The World Health Organisation (WHO) forecasts a 47% increase in cancer cases by 20401 and the Peter McCallum Cancer Centre notes 1 in 2 Australians will be diagnosed with cancer by the age of 85.
Only 5% of cancers are hereditary1 with the remainder preventable. Furthermore, 10 million people are living with a cancer for around 5 years before they even get diagnosed.3,4
Are you equipped to provide integrative intervention and health support?
Environmental changes are leading causes for these alarming circumstances:
- Long-term exposure to occupational and environmental carcinogens and medicines2,7
- Exposure to extreme weather event particulate matter10
- Evolution of drug resistance2,6,7
Join leading NEM experts in this on-demand learning module (released 28 April 2022) to learn how to adopt a preventive approach to reducing the long-term impact of cancer treatments on the environment and human health. A live Q&A session with the speakers will be held on 5th May.
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Dr Nicole Nelson
MBBS, BPHARM, FRACGP
Nicole is a medical doctor with a background in pharmacy and general practice. She has been attending nutrient/herbal seminars for over 20 years and in 2011 began to formalise her education in nutritional and environmental medicine doing courses with ACNEM, Biobalance, AIMA and various online courses. She has completed a ...View More
Dr Tim Ewer
MB ChB, MMedSc, MRCP, FRACP, FRNZCGP, FACNEM, Dip Occ Med, DCH, DRCOG.
Dr Tim Ewer has been working in integrative medicine for over 25 years and he is vocationally registered as both a specialist physician and a general practitioner. He has a GP practice with 22 staff and a specialised integrative health centre in Mapua, Nelson. Prior to this he was a ...View More