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Dr. Randi,

Just wanted to let you know how much I appreciate all you are doing to help my mother. You have been such a blessing to our family and a great source of encouragement.

Your work at the cancer center is phenomenal. You are to be commended for your passion and commitment to helping others find their path to healing.

Thanks again and may God prosper you in the coming year.

With heartfelt gratitude,

L. H.

P.S. I received your package and will place the pamphlets on my book and CD table at my speaking engagements.

Luanne H.
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For‘s small group of volunteers and our overworked and underpaid staff, sometimes the only thing that keeps us going is receiving letters like this one! We thank DW of Woodland Park, Colorado, for allowing us to share this letter with you:

Dear Susan:

In May of 2010 I developed a mild sore throat and a small lump on my neck that I thought was from a cold. Little did I know that two weeks later I would be told that I had stage 4, diffuse large B-cell Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. That began a journey of numerous blood tests, a lymph node biopsy, CT scans, a bone marrow biopsy, an EKG, chest X-rays, and of course a visit to the oncologist. This is where I learned three things: 1) Place your faith in the Lord because we do not control the outcome of our life; 2) Doctors know about treatment only; and 3) Nutrition is an essential factor in both withstanding the effects of chemo and radiation treatment and in recovery.

Thanks to you Susan and your organizationBeatCancer.orgthe unknowns of what item 3 really means were well covered. Without your support and...

DW of Woodland Park, Colorado
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Chris P. – After numerous failed treatments for my Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia, I was sent home from the hospital with best wishes. Around that time, I learned of an experimental drug being tested at Dana Farber in Boston, MA. There was one spot left in the study and it was my last hope for treatment, but it would entail weekly hops to Boston from Lancaster, PA. Even if I could have afforded the flights to Boston, I was neutropenic and commercial travel was not an option for me. Angel Flight East was there to help!

Angel Flight East pilots flew me back and forth to Boston throughout the course of my entire treatment—over 75 flights. The experimental drug made me healthy enough to receive the bone marrow transplant that I desperately needed.

Angel Flight East helped save my life. I can’t imagine a better outcome and I really don’t know how I would have achieved that outcome without their help.

Editor's Note: Angel Flight East is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization comprised of volunteer pilots, ground volunteers and a small...

Chris P.
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Dear Dr. Silberstein,

Thank you for all the work you have done to provide excellent information and support to people fighting cancer and the people who support them as well as individuals who seek to live a healthy lifestyle to prevent cancer and other debilitating diseases.

My husband Dave and I have been speaking with Dr. Randi Shayne over the past few weeks. It has been a great encouragement. We have learned lots about nutrition and its importance in being healthy. We have made huge changes in our diet and my husband is learning that this is a lifestyle change.

We really appreciate the support we have received and are sending in a $500 membership to support C.A.C.E. and its continued efforts in helping people with cancer.


Annette S. and Dave C.

[NOTE from Editor: CACE is Center for Advancement in Cancer Education AKA: BeatCancer.Org]


Annette S. and Dave C.
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To all the caring members at CACE:

Hello, my name is Ben B. I have had several family who have suffered with the debilitating disease of cancer. Some are in “remission” and some have passed, but all were cared for by the mainstream medical model. My fiancée who is a full-time restaurant manager and a part-time personal trainer, and I have done countless hours of research into our health and well-being, and now understand how absolutely important diet, exercise, a healthy, happy mind, and our relationship to Earth truly is. We are trying to educate ourselves in all realms and bring our lifestyles closer back to nature, with the understanding that it truly betters all aspects of our lives. It seems your organization reflects these beliefs, and I am proud to support you.

My current occupation is a bartender, which, I know isn’t the model for health and wellness…but, I am an aspiring organic worm, vegetable, solar, and wind farmer who is trying to do his part. At present, I don’t make a...

Ben B.
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