Episode 7: The Big C - Part 1: It's Not a Death Sentence!
In this episode Dr Jocelyn Eberstein discusses some essential cancer strategies and living healthy with a cancer diagnosis.
“The diagnosis is stressful, but Cancer is not a death sentence! In many cases, it is a preventable, treatable, manageable chronic illness.”
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Dr. Jocelyne Eberstein
Jocelyne Eberstein is the heart and soul of the eCenter in Los Angeles, CA, which she founded in 1990. She is a licensed acupuncturist and Doctor of Chinese Medicine and a holds a B.S. in Nuclear Medicine Technology from the University of Cincinnati. Her training, experience and creativity has led her to develop the systems and protocols to determine a blueprint unique to each patient. The result is delivering medicine as an authentic blend of art and science.
The Big C Part One: It’s Not a Death Sentence
Jocelyne’s Cancer Sabotaging Strategies!
Here are the 5 most important things you can do to make your body an inhospitable environment to cancer to prevent it from establishing a stronghold.
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