Research

Cancer and exercise
Article published in the Medical Journal of Australia estimated that by 2025, the number of Australians to be diagnosed with cancer will be 170,000. A quarter (43,000) of those could be prevented through diet and exercise. Baade P D, et al “estimating the future burden of cancers preventable for better diet and physical activity in Australia”. Medical Journal of Australia, vol 196 no. 5 pp 337-340, 2012

Cancer and lifestyle change
Various papers and publications by Dr Ian Gawler. Click here to see website.
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Cancer and mind-body medicine
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Cancer and nutrition
Ledesma, N  “Womens health Matters: Nutrition and Breast Cancer” 2008. Click here to read paper.
Campbell TC, Campbell TM, The China Study: startling implications for diet, weight loss & long term health, Dallas TX: Benbella Books 2006
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Cancer and psychological support
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Cancer and social support
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Cancer and spirituality
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Mindfulness & the use of complementary medicine.
Various papers and publications by Dr Craig Hassed MBBS FRACGP. Click here for further information.

MS Research
Five year study: Health-related quality of life outcomes at 1 and 5 years after a residential retreat promoting lifestyle modification for people with multiple sclerosis by Prof George Jelinek MBBS MD DipDHM FACEM.

Prostate cancer
Various papers and talks on positive impact of lifestyle change by Dr Dean Ornish. Ornish D, et al, “Intensive lifestyle changes may affect the progression of prostate cancer” J Urology vol 174, pp 1065-1070, 2005. Click here to see website.
Dean Ornish – Ted Talk (20 mins)

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