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August / September 2017

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city of angels Photo Right: Kathy Vilim, Photo Top: Courtesy of Peterson Garden Project (Chicago), Photo Left: Emily Gleicher city of angels ALTERNATIVE THERAPIES 45th Annual Cancer Convention FOR THE GENERAL PUBLIC AND PROFESSIONALS Sept. 2, 3 & 4, 2017 Sat., Sun. & Mon. – Labor Day Weekend GLENDALE HILTON HOTEL GLENDALE, CALIFORNIA Meet Recovered Cancer Patients with Encouraging Reports LEARN ABOUT THE PREVENTION & CONTROL OF CANCER THROUGH NUTRITION, TESTS & NON-TOXIC CANCER THERAPIES SUCH AS LAETRILE, GERSON, HOXSEY, POLY-MVA, ENZYMES & IMMUNOTHERAPY FROM MEDICAL DOCTORS, CLINICAL RESEARCHERS, NUTRITIONISTS & AUTHORS. ALSO, LEARN ABOUT CHELATION, DMSO, OXYGEN, HERBAL, CELLULAR & ELECTRO-MAGNETIC THERAPIES. IN ADDITION, NATURAL THERAPIES FOR HEART, DIABETES, ARTHRITIS, MS & EYE DISEASES. Pay at Door $50.00/Day For All Events For more information and programs contact: CANCER CONTROL SOCIETY (323) 663-7801 www.cancercontrolsociety.com DOCTORS' SYMPOSIUM – Tuesday, September 5 TOUR OF MEXICAN CANCER CLINICS – Wednesday, Sept. 6 & Saturday, Sept. 23 • LECTURES • MOVIES • EXHIBITS See the movies: "Hoxsey Cancer Therapy" "What Your Doctor Won't Tell You About Cancer" Hosted by Eddie Albert Continuing Education Credits for Nurses and Dentists $55.00/Day Cash or Check wholelifetimes 2017.indd 1 5/22/2017 2:08:45 PM of how it will popularize urban agriculture and that could have a signifi cant effect on the world." Imagine more community gardens sprouting up all across Los Angeles. It can be an impossible task for health-minded folks that rent apartments or live in condos to fi nd a place to grow food. There are surprisingly few community gardens in Los Angeles, and the sign-up lists can be very long. I am hope- ful that UAIZ AB 551's tax incentives will cause more property owners to consider using their empty lots to start up new com- munity gardens. Working with your hands, feeling the sun on your face as you grow your own food, and harvesting it to bring to the dinner table, is so empowering. And the health benefi ts are incredible. This is an exciting time for all health-conscious Angelenos. Let's work together to make Los Angeles a thriving health oasis! Resources: If you own vacant property and would like to participate in this program but need some help getting started, the Los An- geles Food Policy Council has resources to guide you through the UAIZ process: • Los Angeles Food Policy Council: http://goodfoodla.org/ LAFPC UAIZ Program—Help Desk (323) 487-9296 (213) 473-3538 Email: uaiz@goodfoodla.org • Department of Regional Planning: http://planning.lacounty.gov/uaiz • Urban Agriculture U of CA: http://ucanr.edu/sites/UrbanAg/Contact_Us/ August/September 2017 9

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