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Live Long, Live Strong

An Integrative Approach to Cancer Care and Prevention

Frances Lam Mao Shing Ni

330 pages
Sevenstar Communications

A must-read book for anyone who is going through cancer treatment, survivors, the people who care about them, and those who are interested in living a long life without cancer.

Aging is a major carcinogen! But why is aging such a threat to you getting cancer? It's simple - the longer you live, the more errors you genes accumulate. So how can you prevent cancer, while getting older?

In Live Long, Live Stronger: An Integrative Approach to Cancer Care and Prevention, Dr. Mao, along with Frances Lam, L.Ac., shares his 30-plus years of experience in integrative oncology. They present evidence-based treatment modalities, including acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine, diet and nutrition, mind-body practice of qi gong and meditation. All these treatments have been used effectively to reduce side effects of chemotherapy and radiation, boost energy and vitality, and restore healthy functions in patients' immune system. Equally important, the book reveals preventative steps everyone can take to lower his or her lifetime cancer risks, as well as decrease the reoccurance rates of cancer survivors. They show you that while getting older is inevitable, aging is not! This book also includes personal stories of patients' cancer journey to inspire the most important healing power within - the human spirit!

Author Bio
Frances Lam is an acupuncturist and Chinese medicine nutritionist. Her practice focuses on integrative oncology, orthopedics, musculoskeletal disorders, pain and healthy aging. Frances received her Master's of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine from Yo San University in Los Angeles, graduating with Honors. She also holds certifications as an orthopedic exercise and fitness nutrition specialist.
Dr. Mao Shing Ni is a doctor of Chinese medicine, a best-selling author and an authority in integrative oncology and healthy aging. He practices with his associates at the Tao of Wellness, with offices in Southern California, co-founded Yo San University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Los Angeles and lectures internationally. Dr. Mao has been featured regularly on television.