Anti-tumour properties of paw paw tree investigated

NANAIMO – The causes, solutions and prevention of cancer is the focus of a seminar.

The causes, solutions and prevention of cancer is the focus of a seminar Wednesday (June 12) from 7-9 p.m. at Beban Park Social Centre.

Dr. Jerry McLaughlin, a cancer researcher at Purdue University discusses his work with the anti-tumour properties found in the paw paw (asimini trioba) tree.

He is joined by Lorene Benoit, a holistic healer and author of The Paw Paw Program; A Christopher Columbus Approach to Cancer.

The seminar takes place in Rm. 3 at Beban Park. Pre-registration cost is $10 or $20 at the door.

To register, please call Benoit Health at 250-748-6802 or e-mail TakeTheNaturalPath@gmail.com.