“Memes & Genes: The Mind-Body Cancer Connection” Mind Body Week D.C. 2013- Sayer Ji

“Memes & Genes: The Mind-Body Cancer Connection” Mind Body Week D.C. 2013- Sayer Ji

Sayer Ji, founder of GreenMedInfo.com, advisory board member of the National Health Federation, and co-author of Cancer Killers: The Cause is the Cure, presented at the Mind Body Week Conference sponsored by the Mindfulness Center at the John Hopkins Auditorium in Washington DC, on April 19th, 2013

Topics discussed:

  • The rise of biomedicine
  • The placebo/nocebo effect
  • The dark side of the cancer industry
  • Drug-based medicine as a form of human sacrifice
  • The epidemic of cancer overdiagnosis and overtreatment

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