Recent glenn sabin Articles
Researchers at Tel Aviv University report results of a new study showing the risk of metastatic cancer can be reduced by 72% through vigorous aerobic exercise.
What is it in someone that makes them do so well in the face of cancer? Spirit? Will? Resilience? Where do they get that? Are they born with that or is it acquired through various practices and life experiences? Glenn shares the stories and words of wisdom from four exceptional cancer responders.
Advanced cancer care is the cornerstone of integrative oncology. Without conventional care, integrative oncology and lifestyle modifications are not complete. Here are the latest advances in cancer care during 2020.
Professional cancer coaches can vary widely in terms of the type of support offered and their collective experience and expertise. I’ve created the following list, covering core attributes across vital areas of guidance, to consider when selecting an integrative, holistic cancer coach.
Compelling new study indicates that the time of day we participate in physical activity can help fend off cancer.
There is good news in the advancement of chemo-free approaches to managing chronic lymphocytic leukemia, and I am thrilled to share it with you. Results of the phase III ECOG trial found that the combination of ibrutinib (Imbruvica) plus rituximab (Rituxan) came out superior to the chemotherapy and immunotherapy (chemoimmunotherapy) grouping of fludarabine, cyclophosphamide, and rituximab, known as FCR.
Glenn explores the phenomena of cancer outliers, exceptional responders and radical remissions in the age of precision medicine, biomedical informatics and integrative oncology.
I don’t fit neatly into a one-size-fits-all medical dogma camp. This means that folks who only sample what I share are left wondering where I pitch my tent. My unique personal experience, and purview of cancer, places me in an odd spot of exclusively advocating neither alternative, nor integrative, nor conventional medicine.
We are hearing a lot about cancer immunotherapy these days. Modern approaches and technology are now helping to revolutionize cancer care. What decision-making power do we hold to influence an immune-therapeutic response to help avoid, manage, or treat a cancer diagnosis? And how might this affect long-term survival?
I am a poster child for lifestyle change. However, lifestyle and behavior change alone is not always enough. Not always enough to prevent cancer. Not always enough to assist in managing a conventional treatment program. Not always enough to ensure durable remission or increase overall survival.