*PLEASE NOTE – We are following all COVID19 related advice and all in-person programming is currently suspended. We will be waiting until restrictions are reduced at which time we can continue to offer our excellent educational programming, including on-site classes and workshops, along with internships and apprenticeship programs. We are looking forward to 2021, so please stay tuned.
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Collaborative Oncology: A Phytotherapy Perspective (A Webinar)
November 20 - November 22
This is the second of a two-part workshop.
This three-day intensive will give practical guidelines and protocols for managing cases.
- Managing surgery
- Coping with chemo
- Genetic screening in cancer therapies
- Materia Medica for cancer – the cyto-toxic herbs
Please note, we will begin Friday with a review of material from part one.
Costs: Early bird registration before September 30 $195.00 plus tax After September 30 $250.00 plus tax
To register or for more information email email@example.com
Please note: If you are a professional herbalist, naturopath or student of herbal medicine you are welcome to join Part Two. Please ask for more information.
Chanchal Cabrera MSc, FNIMH, RH (AHG) MSc
Chanchal has been a member of the National Institute of Medical Herbalists (UK) since 1987 and obtained her in herbal
medicine at the University of Wales in 2003. Her clinical specialty is helping people manage cancer. Chanchal held the faculty chair in Botanical Medicine at the Boucher Institute of Naturopathic
Medicine in New Westminster 2004-2016. She serves on the board of advisors of Dominion Herbal College in Burnaby, on the editorial board of Medical Herbalism clinical newsletter and she publishes widely in professional journals and lectures internationally on medical herbalism, nutrition and health. Chanchal is the author of the book ‘Fibromyalgia – A Journey Toward Healing’ published by Contemporary Books. She is a certified Master Gardener and a certified Horticulture Therapist. In 2009 Chanchal was honored with a Fellowship in the NIMH for service to the profession over 25 years.