The Truth About Cancer – A Global Quest

We wish you good health, which is why we’re forwarding this info about natural & alternative solutions to preventing & healing cancer in this 9-day docu-series ‘The Truth About Cancer – A Global Quest’ which airs tonight, October 13, 2015 at 8pm Central time in the U.S.

Here’s a sneak peek video & sign up is free.

This series has 100+ doctors, scientists, & survivors (including Chris Wark from & another from surviving pancreatic cancer) from 27 countries who’ve integrated to show you that cancer can be prevented & reversed.

Answers for Angels researched & read a dozen books for the past few years to find the answers as to why we get cancer & how to best heal from it. All that information is summed up in this 9-day series.

Some of the topics discussed in the docu-series are:

1. The True History of Chemotherapy & The Pharmaceutical Monopoly including Dr. Patrick Vickers from Northern Baja Gerson Wellness Clinic (Tuesday, October 13th 8pm Central time)
2. Cancer Facts & Fictions, Breast Cancer, Hormones, Skin Cancer & Essential Oils (Wednesday, October 14th 8pm Central time)
3. Cancer-Killing Viruses, Cancer Stem Cells, GMOs, Juicing & Eating the Rainbow (Thursday, October 15th)
4. Excitotoxins that Fuel Cancer, Nature’s Pharmacy & Healing Cancer with Sound & Light (Friday, October 16th)
5. Cancer Causing Blindspots, Toxic Vaccines, Homeopathy & The Power of Emotions (Saturday, October 17th)
6. The NOCEBO Effect, Healing Vaccines, Advanced Detoxing & Going Inside A German Cancer Clinic (Sunday, October 18th)
7. Heal Cancer with Clean Electricity, Unique Water, Natural Sunlight & Combining Superfoods (Monday, October 19th)
8. Cannabis, Nature’s Epigenetic Switches, Peptides & Healing with Micronutrient Therapy including Dr. Burzynski who’s well-known for curing brain cancer (Tuesday, October 20th)
9. Cancer Conquerors & Their Powerful Stories of Victory including Chris Wark from & a woman who had pancreatic cancer (Wednesday, October 21st)

All episodes start at 8pm Central US time on the date listed above & is available for approx. 23 hours, after which time the next episode is loaded for your viewing pleasure 🙂

Thank you for being a part of Answers for Angels’ family & friends & for supporting our mission to help cancer patients pay for out-of-pocket expenses for these treatments. There was a lot of work put into bringing this series to us, so sign up at the bottom of this link.

Kind regards,

Katie Davis, President


Dad’s need a little coddling too!

Take turns test-driving an MG convertible car with the sunroof down!
MG Convertible Image: Free Digital Photos

Last month was Skin Cancer Awareness month & we posted an article about a young woman with melanoma skin cancer. You can read the article here:  Which brings us to this month…

This month, Father’s Day is Sunday, June 21st. So do something thoughtful & caring for your dad & his health. Let dad know that skin cancer is incredibly common, & the rates of the deadliest form, melanoma, are rising. Men are more likely than women to be diagnosed with melanoma & much more likely to die of it. So what point am I trying to make? The point is that men need to do more to protect themselves from the sun; they should educate themselves about proper sun protection.

Here’s an idea for a gift, even if it’s not on his ‘Wish List’. When dad is work, work, working – be it on the deck, tending to his garden, or sipping on a cool drink, show him that you care by giving him a sun care product that has a no- to low- cancer causing hazard from Environmental Working Group’s Skin Deep database

Dad’s need a little coddling too so take him on a family picnic or take turns test-driving a car with the sunroof down! Either way, just enjoy his company.

Happy Father’s Day!

Woman’s Realistic Skin Cancer Selfie Features Hazards of Frequent Tanning

Tawny Willoughby before skin cancer treatment FB pic
Tawny Willoughby before skin cancer treatment (Photo: Facebook)

This is a picture of Kentucky-born Tawny, a registered nurse, at the age of 27. In high school, she used the tanning bed 4-5 times a week. According to Tawny, she’s now had basal cell carcinoma 5 times & squamous cell carcinoma once.

Prepare yourself: Tawny posted a graphic photo of her skin cancer treatment to Facebook as an awareness tool. “If anyone needs a little motivation to not lie in the tanning bed and sun here ya go!” she writes. “This is what skin cancer treatment can look like.”

Tawny Willoughby after skin cancer treatment Photo FB
Tawny Willoughby after skin cancer treatment (Photo: Facebook)

As said by Tawny Willoughby, she was first diagnosed with skin cancer at age 21, and now goes to the dermatologist every 6-12 months. The painful picture, showing bright red scabs and bloodied blisters, has been shared more than 66,000 times as a stunning warning about the hazards of skin cancer.

“Melanoma kills, non-melanoma disfigures,” she writes.

Tawny Willoughby sums it up in her Facebook post: “Wear sunscreen and get a spray tan. You only get one skin and you should take care of it,” she writes. “Learn from other people’s mistakes. Don’t let tanning prevent you from seeing your children grow up.”



Are you faced with the worries of skin cancer and want to avoid the use of toxic sunscreens?

The sun is drawn on shoulder with sunscreen.
Are you faced with the worries of skin cancer and want to avoid the use of toxic sunscreens?

The Chicago weather forecast is looking good so far and it’s warming up nicely. Pretty soon, it’ll be 85-90 degrees and we’ll be outside soaking up the warm sun.

But before we run out into the sun with kids in tow, please read this article from the Environmental Working Group (EWG) about the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) failure to establish workable sunscreen standards that are a contributing factor to children’s vitamin D deficiencies and resulting health risks.

Also, EWG states that insufficient amounts of vitamin D are believed to play a role in the development of heart disease, some immune disorders, diabetes, and even the flu, while excess UVA exposures can contribute to skin cancer and skin aging.

(EWG followed up with the following article about the ‘House Readies to Advance Sunscreen Innovation Act.’ This group does some amazing work to keep our kids, and our family safe from hazardous products.)

Bottom line is…Use good sunscreen – but don’t depend on it.

Do yourself a favor and examine the section titled 2014 Sunscreen Guide on their website. It’ll motivate you to search for ‘green’ sunscreens that have a low cancer hazard score; and you can filter out if they come in lotion or stick form as well. You’re able to see how well your current sunscreen ranks too! I can’t say enough about EWG!

After reading and researching about the good, the bad, and the ugly sunscreens, then make a knowledgeable decision about which less toxic sunscreen to use on your kids and yourself before going out in the sun.

Please let us know what you find out about your favorite sunscreen. Does it have a hazardous score? Is it in the red, yellow, or green category? Will you search for a ‘greener’ product to use?