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Dr. Adiel Tel-Oren ("Dr. T"): cancer lecture, skin appointments, and hike!

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    Dr. Adiel Tel-Oren: “Cancer’s Elusive Evolution: Prevention, Early Detection, and Treatment” Sunday, October 18 7:00-9:00pm Kairos â€
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 7, 2009
      Dr. Adiel Tel-Oren: “Cancer’s Elusive Evolution: Prevention, Early Detection, and Treatment”

      Sunday, October 18
      7:00-9:00pm

      Kairos â€" UCC
      4790 SE Logus Rd.
      Milwaukie, OR 97222

      Right after Sunday Supper, the Portland Ecopolitan Community warmly welcomes back Dr. Adiel Tel-Oren (“Dr. T”) for another lecture packed with cutting-edge, practical health information: “Cancer’s Elusive Evolution: Implications for Prevention, Early Detection, and Treatment”. There will be time for Q & A after the lecture.

      Mammograms are radiation, so the more often a woman gets them, the higher risk she has for developing cancer. A tumor is the body’s defense against an invasion, so a biopsy releases the cancer cells to the entire body. Mammograms and biopsies, according to many studies, do not save lives, nor are they supported by science or common sense.

      This lecture will focus on diagnosis and will answer questions such as:
      Why do we get cancer?
      What can we do to prevent it?
      What are some of the treatments that are simple, non-invasive, and low-cost?

      “Dr. T’s knowledge and progressive techniques in the areas of cancer therapy and research offer another perspective for those interested in learning more about non-traditional cancer treatment methods.”
      â€"Fred Wittig, director of Sacred Life Center (www.sacredlifecenter.org)

      Adiel Tel-Oren (“Dr. T”), MD (Europe), DC (ret.), LN, DACBN, DABOM, CCN, FABDA, DABCT (c), is a holistic scientist who educates doctors and the public about nutritional and environmental medicine, functional medicine (science-based holistic approaches to diagnosis and therapy), and disease prevention via truly natural lifestyle and dietary modification. He consults with patients internationally during his many lecture trips or via phone and internet. Dr. T has established practices in many states and several countries. He has consulted for various commercial, military, government, and community organizations and is writing books and producing CD’s of his popular “Ask Dr. T” lecture topics.

      Learn more at www.ecopolitan.com

      Suggested donation: $10-20 sliding scale
      No one will be turned away for lack of funds.

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      Monday, October 19
      9:00am-12:00pm
      location TBA

      Dr. T will be taking appointments in Portland for gentle, safe, non-surgical mole and blemish removal â€" FREE personal assessments are included.

      Moles, birth marks and other skin blemishes and protrusions
      …may have a 10 to 20 times increased risk of developing skin cancer
      Skin tags and skin lumps
      …could signify hormonal imbalances and can cause neurological irritation
      Natural, painless, non-invasive treatment

      • Learn how thousands of people are using a “lost technique” to get rid of unsightly skin blemishes.
      • Leaves skin soft, clear and scar-free

      For more detailed information and to schedule your appointment, please contact Tashi Rana at 503-789-1727 or alltimeisnow@... (phone preferred).

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      Hiking Mount St. Helens with Dr. Adiel Tel-Oren (“Dr. T”)
      Tuesday, October 20
      5:30am (hike begins at 7:00am)

      Meet at:
      New Seasons Market: Concordia
      5320 NE 33rd Ave
      Portland, OR 97211

      Permits to climb cost $22 and must be obtained at: Permit Registration

      RSVP is mandatory by Thursday, October 15 at 5:00pm to coordinate carpooling.

      Everyone knows exercise is great for health! This is a mildly strenuous climb up Mount St. Helens located roughly 70 miles from Portland in Washington. It is a rugged, off-trail scramble suitable for people in good physical condition who are comfortable on steep irregular terrain. At 8,365 feet elevation, Mount St. Helens provides outstanding views of the crater, lava dome, blast area and surrounding volcanic peaks. The route climbs 4,500 feet from trailhead to rim in 4.5 miles. Estimation on completion of the round trip is 6 - 8.5 hours. What a workout!

      We will plan on leaving Portland at 5:30a.m. from New Seasons Concordia Market (NE 33rd and Killingsworth) parking lot.

      Equipment Suggested for Climbing Mount St. Helens:
      Water â€"3 to 4 liters.
      Food: High energy food recommended. Bring enough for several small meals and snacks. Raw fruit, dried fruit and nuts will work best!
      Sun Protection: sunscreen, sunglasses, hat, SPF lip protection.
      Hiking Boots: lug-soled, water-proof, ankle support, 3/4 shank.
      Ankle Gaiters: to keep ash and snow out of your boots.
      Rain/Wind gear.
      Layered clothing and warm hat: temperature can vary drastically. Be prepared with wicking clothing and layers.

      For more information on this amazing hike check out US Forest Service: Mount St. Helens --
      http://www.fs.fed.us/gpnf/recreation/mount-st-helens/

      For questions and other details once you have RSVP’ed, contact A.J. at 563-380-5499 or at gregan01@...
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