Active Surveillance P L U S — Donna’s Vision

“Active surveillance” of a potential cancerous condition through periodic medical imaging in itself can be extremely stressful — and the anxiety, worry and fear of cancer developing or progressing may not go away as time goes on.   balance

Active Surveillance P L U S is my vision. It is a holistic approach to cancer prevention, risk reduction and optimal wellness — and this strategy should not be considered “alternative.”

P L U S stands for Proactive – Lifestyle – Understanding – Support

P R O A C T I V E

Action and result-oriented strategies which can help reduce cancer risk and keep us feeling empowered, supported, centered, optimistic, and healthy (body, mind & spirit). See “Proactive Breast Health Club.”  

L I F E S T Y L E

Holistic wellness is not a diet or exercise plan. It is a combination of influential factors — a way of living, thinking and being — supported by scientific evidence to be protective against cancer. See Anticancer Living: The Mix of Six 

U N D E R S T A N D I N G

Knowledge is power. Investigate until you have a deep understanding of both your individual medical condition and how the body heals through a combination of holistic mind-body-spirit strategies. Review Donna’s resources here; read articles and watch videos compiled by Donna and Sandie Walters here.

S U P P O R T

Support is a critical factor in optimal health outcomes. See ways to stay connected below.

Donna’s Vision…

Active Surveillance P L U S is…

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  • recognized as standard “preventative care” which significantly reduces cancer-care costs, stress and unnecessary harm.
  • embraced and encouraged by all (including medical professionals).
  • not considered “alternative.”
  • covered by insurance.
  • inclusive of safe imaging modalities with women’s personal values and preferences taken into consideration.

Ways to Stay Connected & Supported:

About dp4peace

I was born and raised in New Jersey and moved to the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles when I was 12. I graduated with a BA in Journalism/Advertising from San Diego State University. After a short stint in magazine ad sales in LA, I was offered my dream job working for Club Med. I spent two years working at resorts in Mexico, The Bahamas, The Dominican Republic and Colorado. My husband Glenn & I met while working at Club Med in Ixtapa, Mexico. We returned to "real life/jobs" for three years before we embarked on a two year honeymoon around the world. Together we wrote a book called "When The Travel Bug Bites: Creative Ways to Earn, Save and Stay Abroad." I am also the author of "Cheatnotes on Life: Lessons From The Classroom of Life," a quote book for new graduates. Glenn & I live in San Diego with our two boys: Skyler, the yogi and Cody, the buddha! I enjoy running, yoga and working on projects that bring more peace, health and light to our world.
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2 Responses to Active Surveillance P L U S — Donna’s Vision

  1. chrys ballerano says:

    I’ve been living a cancer resistant lifestyle since my DCIS diagnosis in 2012 and haven’t had the standard of care treatment though I did submit to two MRIs and a second biopsy in 2015. My friend Tim is now faced with a cancer diagnosis of a lesion on his vocal chord and is told it is: keratinizing well differentiated squamous cell carcinoma.
    Do you happen to know of any online support groups for a different but also common cancer diagnosis?

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  2. dp4peace says:

    Hi Chrys, sorry for the delayed reply. I would recommend anyone newly diagnosed with cancer to check out http://www.chrisbeatcancer.com and read the book Anti-cancer. Also check out other books under the “resources” tab. There are lots of Facebook groups for alternative cancer treatments as well. Hope you have found some help and please let me know if you need more resources/support. Blessings, Donna

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