Re: [MOL] A Dietitian's Cancer Story [00930] Medicine On Line

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Re: [MOL] A Dietitian's Cancer Story

Yeah, right! 

Wish I *could* like tofu, but that doesn't mean I'm not looking out for
the rest of you! Glad you found something useful in the site... I really
believe that nutrition is an important element that is not taken
seriously enough in the cancer fight. love you, and don't you overdo
those tofu milkshakes, girlfriend! Joicy

Lillian wrote:
> Thanks Joicy, went to the site and saw that milk shake, hmmmmm, was that
> tofu it called for??????  Let me know when you make yours.  Tee hee!  See, I
> have been telling you tofu is good.  I use a lot  of soy and have had great
> success with tofu. It was a good site and most beneficial, thanks friend,
> lillian
> Warmly, lillian
> We invite you to take a look at our Album.
>   ( Very informational, good tips, Molers pictures, art work and much
> more....
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Joicy <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Sunday, October 24, 1999 7:25 AM
> Subject: [MOL] A Dietitian's Cancer Story
> > I'm not trying to sell this, but it did look very interesting to me, so
> > I thought I'd pass it on... love, Joicy
> >
> >
> > A Dietitian's Cancer Story
> >
> > Diana Dyer, MS, RD, a life-long cancer survivor, wrote
> > the book "A Dietitian's Cancer Story" after her third
> > cancer diagnosis, having survived neuroblastoma as an
> > infant and breast cancers at ages 34 and 45. The book
> > gives the details of how the author, a Registered Dietitian,
> > has changed her own diet to optimize her chances for
> > long-term survival and also covers the various complementary
> > medicine therapies she has now incorporated into her lifestyle.
> > The book is available for only $10 from via:
> >
> >
> >
> > or by visiting Diana's own web site at:
> >
> >
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