On this page you will find more resources to help you learn more about cancer, treatments and choices.  Plus, links to information about paying for treatment,


WEBSITES  (dictionary of the U.S. National Cancer Institute defines terms many cancer patients may not understand)  (website of Chris Wark, who cured his cancer primarily with carrots)  (website of Ralph Cole, who cured his cancer entirely with carrots)  (website of Judy Seeger, Naturopath)

Ann Cameron’s interview on Cancer Winner Talk Show  (website with evidence for anti-cancer foods; food lists and recipes)


Finding Financial Support Resources.  Cancer.Net.

Financial Assistance.  Cancer

A Quiet ‘Sea Change’ in Medicare.  [New rights to therapy at home under Medicare.]  New York Times, March 25, 2014.

How to Avoid Medical Debt.  Forbes, May 2011.

How to Avoid Medical Debt Disaster. The Debt Resistors’ Operations Manual.

Cancer Legal Resource Center

Americans with Disabilities Act Technical Assistance

U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

Social Security Administration



57 Best U.S. Overall Patient-Rated Hospitals 2014.  Becker’s Hospital Review.

Medicare Hospital Compare

The Joint Commission

Find a doctor in your area



What is Epigenetics?  Genetic Science Learning Center, University of Utah

Epigenetics.  November, 2011.

Cancer Chemoprevention by Dietary Polyphenols:  Promising Role for Epigenetics.  Biochemical Pharmacology, November, 2010.

Diet, Epigenetics, and Cancer Prevention.  Advances in Genetics, 2010.

Role of epigenetics in cancer initiation and progression.  Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, 2011.

Cell signaling and regulators of cell cycle as molecular targets for prostate cancer prevention by dietary agents. Biochemical Pharmacology, October 2000.

Relationship between Estrogen Receptor-Binding and Estrogenic Activities of Environmental Estrogens and Suppression by Flavonoids.  Bioscience, Biotechnology and Biochemistry, July 2002.

Epigenetics and microRNAs.  Pediatric Research, 2007

Epigenetic regulation of microRNAs in cancer: an integrated review of literature.  Mutation Research 2011.

Cancer chemoprevention and nutri-epigenetics: state of the art and future challenges.  Topics in Current Chemistry, 2013.

Epigenetics:  A New Link Between Nutrition and Cancer.  Nutrition and Cancer, 2013.

Therapeutic microRNA Delivery Suppresses Tumorigenesis in a Murine Liver Cancer Model. CELL, June 12, 2009



Diversity of anti-inflammatory polyacetylenes in colored carrots (Daucus carota L.).   Journal of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology April 2009.

Bioactive chemicals from carrot (Daucus carota) juice extracts for the treatment of leukemia. Zaini R, Clench MR, Le Maitre CL. Journal of Medicinal Food, November, 2011.

Chemical Composition of Carrots. Journal of Food Science and Technology, 2012.



Luteolin as a therapeutic option for multiple sclerosis.  Journal of Neuroinflammation, October 2009.‎

Luteolin limits infarct size and improves cardiac function after myocardium ischemia/reperfusion injury in diabetic rats.  PLoSOne, 2012.

Targeting cell signaling and apoptotic pathways by luteolin: cardioprotective role in rat cardiomyocytes following ischemia/reperfusion.  Nutrients, 2012.‎

The nutraceutical flavonoid luteolin inhibits ADAMTS-4 and ADAMTS-5 aggrecanase activities. Journal of Molecular Medicine, June 2011.

The effects of luteolin on osteoclast differentiation, function in vitro and ovariectomy-induced bone loss.  Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry, January 2011.

Luteolin suppresses UVB-induced photoageing by targeting JNK1 and p90 RSK2. Journal of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, May 2013.

Anti-angiogenic Effect of Luteolin on Retinal Neovascularization via Blockade of 3 Reactive Oxygen Species Production.  IOVPapers in Progress.  October 2012.‎

Luteolin Inhibits Human Prostate Tumor Growth by Suppressing Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor Receptor 2-Mediated Angiogenesis.  PLoS Dec 2012.

Luteolin, a flavonoid with potentials for cancer prevention and therapy.  Current Cancer Drug Targets, November 2008.



Inflammation and necrosis promote tumour growth.  Nature Reviews immunology, August 2004.

Cell Death Beyond Apoptosis.  Leukemia, August 2000.

Chemotherapy Can Inadvertently Encourage Cancer Growth.  MNT, August, 2012.



Feeling the heat—the link between inflammation and cancer.  Cancer Research U.K. Science Blog, February 2013.

Cancer and Inflammation.  Nutritional Oncology, 2008.

Targeting Inflammatory Pathways for Prevention and Therapy of Cancer: Short-Term Friend, Long-Term Foe.  Clinical Cancer Research, January 2009.



Steven Brill, A Bitter Pill:  Why Medical Bills Are Killing Us. How outrageous pricing and egregious profits are destroying our health care.  Time Magazine, March 2013.

Steven Brill. “Bungling the Easy Stuff.”  Hospitals are still overcharging the poor. Obamacare was supposed to fix that too. What went wrong?  Time Magazine, December 2013.,9171,2159286,00.html#ixzz2mfOjXohz

Hospital Chain Said to Scheme to Inflate Bills.  New York Times, January 2014.

Why Women Are Not Flocking to Tamoxifen.  Reporting on Health, November 2012.

Physician Gave Chemo to Patients Without Cancer, Feds Say. Medscape Medical News, August 2013.

Marcia Angell, M.D., Drug Companies & Doctors:  A Story of Corruption.  New York Review of Books, January, 2009.