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faces2012: Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation's First National Conference

 

<drumroll> Here’s a first for Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation; we are now blogging!
  
And right around the corner, another first – a national conference, faces2012, October 26-28, 2012 in Erie, Pa.
    
Why name our conference faces2012? 

“Faces” are what we are here for… it’s about YOU: the doctors, researchers, donors, followers, cancer patients, care givers, survivors, and it’s about the ones that are left behind. YOU are the people that fuel the work that we do every day.  YOU are the faces!
 

faces2012 Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation%27s First National Conference Alternative Cancer Treatment Cancer Research National Conference Kanzius Noninvasive Radiowave Cancer TreatmentWhat will happen at faces2012, and why is it important to bring everybody together?

The first goal of faces2012 is to expound upon our mission statement.  The Kanzius Noninvasive Radiowave Cancer Treatment is why Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation was formed; we want to make our research the focus of the weekend.  Successful outcomes are building momentum and we are excited that our lead researchers, all three of them, will be in Erie to share why their research of the Kanzius Noninvasive Radiowave Cancer Treatment is “the world’s most promising cancer research!”

Secondly we want to create the national and global awareness of the research so that it can be funded.

In order for our followers to help us create awareness, they need to know what to say. We want you to understand the message that needs to be communicated. We are going to hold workshops about what to communicate with your local media outlets, politicians and best friends as well as how to share it on Facebook and other social media platforms.

Creating awareness will, in turn then, help us with the third part of our mission: fund the research.  That is not cheap.  Annually, it takes nearly $2.5 million to make our research possible. You may not think you are a fundraiser but if you can put on a birthday party, then you can put on a fundraiser for Kanzius. It is simple and we will have experts from the industry, and more importantly, experts associated with the Kanzius Foundation, that have done fundraisers for us and will share their fundraising “what-to-do’s” and “what-not-to-do’s” to ensure that your fundraiser will run smoothly and successfully.

Boy, do we have parties planned! We want you to be a part of the festivities beginning with a Friday night reception for the introduction of all the researchers.  It will be an informal setting where you can get your picture taken and ask questions. These researchers are making history…you won’t want to miss this!  This reception takes place on Friday night, October 26th from 6-8 o’clock.

All day Saturday, October 27th, we have general and plenary sessions and breakout workshops planned.  Each attendee will be able to gain vital information on the research, awareness and fundraising.  A comprehensive listing of all of the general sessions and workshops is available at www.faces2012.org.

Our general, plenary sessions on Saturday, at both nine o’clock in the morning and at noon will feature high profile, national speakers.  Tying together “We are the Faces” – we will introduce the theme, and then will wrap it up on Saturday morning as we close out with “Don’t Stop Believing.” We are excited about sharing the Kanzius message so you walk away empowered to make this “better way” of treating cancer come to fruition.  

Saturday evening, you don’t want to miss our closing celebration, “Passport to Erie, the City Where it All Began.”  Local restaurateurs will gather together and present delicious tastings at their individual food stations around the room, giving you an opportunity to graze the streets of Erie to celebrate where the Kanzius dream began.  Local musicians will entertain attendees into the night.

faces2012 is a power-packed, educational and inspiring three day conference. The registration fee is only $175 but if you act by Monday, September 10th, you can receive $25 off the registration. That price includes entrance into all of the sessions, workshops, meals and receptions/celebrations.

We want to see you there! Don’t miss out on this first time, national opportunity as the faces of Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation gather together!

 

This blog space has been created to invite and encourage discussion regarding the mission of the Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation and the research of the Kanzius Noninvasive Radiowave Cancer Treatment. Comments that do not stay in line with the message, such as posts attempting to use this forum for promotion or advertising space, gain publicity or that publicly shame an individual or entity, will be deleted.  

Comments

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Posted @ Tuesday, September 04, 2012 9:07 AM by Mark Neidig
All the fun activities sound great, but my husband needs the new Kanzius treatment NOW! When will Dr. Curley and team get the green light to start human clinical trials?
Posted @ Wednesday, September 05, 2012 9:53 AM by Barbara
Barbara: If Kanzius is not ready, please look at what Dr. Burzynski is doing in his clinic in Houston. He saves lives. 
 
www.burzynskiclinic.com Good luck !
Posted @ Wednesday, September 05, 2012 11:52 AM by Almeister
Hi, Mark ~ I'm a supporter, but the results really pretty much speak for themselves. I've read that we are in for some very exciting news this October and I take that to mean solid results proving that this is going to be the world's first real remedy to keep people alive without side effects who have cancer, and soon, too. If the exciting news turns out to be simply that we're getting really organized to do some more effective fund raising I'm going to feel baited and switched. I pray that's not what's coming. If the results are as I hope, your fundraising job will pretty much be done. The world will be beating a path to you and I don't think you'll have to even go looking for it.
Posted @ Wednesday, September 05, 2012 10:46 PM by T McKnight
@Barbara, we never encourage current cancer patients to "wait" for our treatment. As promising as it is, the timeframe of submission to the FDA (and ultimately human trials) is dependant on the outcomes of our studies with large, non-human subjects. Always seek a medical advisor you trust for any treatment.  
 
 
 
@TMcKnight, thanks for your support. There's no game in fighting cancer. Every time one of our researchers publish their findings, it is solid and an essential validation required to build a strong enough case for the FDA.  
 
Posted @ Thursday, September 06, 2012 2:12 PM by Mark Neidig
Hello Mark, 
 
 
 
What about triple negative breast cancer? Are you taking into account this terrible disease, that attacks a lot of very young women, with bad prognosis? 
 
I read some months ago that the Methodist Cancer Center was working on it. Is it correct? Any new? 
 
 
 
What you (the foundation, the researchers, ...) should first understand is that we are many and many people waiting desperately for something that could improve our prognosis or our loved ones' prognosis, and since you are talking about something so exciting, so wonderful, we are hoping that it could help us. We go to be everyday thinking that may be the miracle could happen. 
 
 
 
In which 'point of the film' are we right now? Close or far away from human trials, waiting for results to request permission, ...? 
 
 
 
Thanks in advance.
Posted @ Friday, September 07, 2012 5:10 PM by Mark
That's quite optimistic for the suffering cancer community. I am feeling pleasure that some more positive and deep research is going to happen in curing cancer. That's really a good news through this piece of content. We are hoping for the best for you and cancer victims.
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