Attention all HealthKeepers!

Trinity School of Natural Health (as you may already know) is growing! In order to serve the needs of our students, prospective students and esteemed alumni, the ongoing publication of HealthKeepers Magazine will be temporarily suspended. This is not goodbye... just so long for now!

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Editor's Notes

Be Involved

It's As Good For You As It Is For Others

My parents were, and still are, the most meaningful influence in my life. They taught me the value of being involved. Both of them were active in their community and worked to support the causes they believed in. My mother served on the committees of a number of community organizations including the Salvation Army. When my dad felt the need to make something happen, he would immediately get involved in the specific organization that had the power to influence change. He used to say to me "Julie, remember every voice makes a difference. If you don’t get involved, you can’t complain about the outcome." Words to live by.

In the recently published report by the National Cancer Institute, Surveillance Epidemiology End Results (SEER) Cancer Statistics Review, nearly one out of every two Americans born today will be diagnosed with cancer. If you are diagnosed with terminal cancer, you will likely discover sooner or later that FDA approved treatments (radiation and chemotherapy) are rarely curative and ordinarily present risks of secondary cancers and other life threatening complications. You will also discover that, with rare exception, those who go without FDA approved treatments live as long, if not longer than those who receive approved treatments.