About two years into her work at CSC, Rosandich attended a meeting at which several nurses were discussing the low percentage of cancer patients in which a hereditary factor was a cause of the illness.
“So when I heard that 80 to 85 percent of the time cancer is environmental, I was shocked by that,” Rosandich said. “That started my journey investigating the connection between cancer and diet.”
Her research validated what Rosandich heard, so she changed her focus at CSC to include nutrition as a way to boost the immune systems of cancer participants. Source
Two cancer centers near Chicago (CSC) are now teaching nutrition as a way to boost the immune system to help heal cancer. They hold cooking classes, nutrition seminars, and smoothie demonstrations so that patients can learn more about the impact of healthy diets on chronic illness according to the Chicago Sun-Times.
Using nutrition, especially as provided by plant-based diets, as a way to fight or prevent cancer is a concept gaining more ground and it's nice to see these cancer centers relying on this "powerful weapon available to everyone..."
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