Can alternative medicine improve your odds?

“At the end of the day, whether you live to be 80 or whether you live another year,” says Sirois, “what’s important is to live a good life while you’re living.” •


Visit the Inspire Health website ( to sign up for regular research updates.

Also, Lynda Balneaves recommends two reliable sites for learning more about complementary and alternative cancer treatments:

The B.C. Cancer Agency’s Unconventional Therapies manual, which is information taken directly from peer-reviewed medical literature, is at .

The other site is the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center library at

Copyright October 2007 CARP Magazine