My TV Debut (and my Mom’s!)

Fox 13 Memphis aired this feature news story about my decision to fight cancer with nutrition and natural therapies.
I was a bit apprehensive about how it would turn out…

But it was really great!

And I think my mom got more camera time than me LOL!
But it’s cool, cause she’s awesome.

Big thanks to reporter Lauren Johnson for doing such a terrific job with this.

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Barbell Shrugged Interview

Here’s a new video interview I did on Barbell Shrugged, a health and fitness podcast.

I tell the long version of my story and we discuss nutrition, fitness, faith, mental attitude, the will to live, etc.

Warning: The dialogue gets a bit salty from time to time.

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Stacy Jett: Late Stage Melanoma Survivor Since 2003

On April 1, 2003 I was diagnosed w/ a late stage 3b, malignant melanoma that had ulcerated and after a sentinal node biopsy they discovered that the cancer was in my lymph nodes. I learned to follow my intuition, I learned that fear had no place (except to motivate) in cancer recovery. Too many patients put their life into the hands who have no true interest in your survival. Why do we do this? “Bad” patients i think have higher survivor rates because they are willing to actually think outside the box and don’t fold under “an authority figure”…

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The Cancer Control Society

The Cancer Control Society is a non-profit that distributes literature, books, and videos on Alternative and Natural Medicine.  Since 1973 they have been helping people all over the world prevent and control cancer and other diseases through Nutrition and Non-Toxic Therapies.

Here’s a short video of me sharing my story at the 2011 CCS Cancer Convention.

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Is Weekday Vegetarianism A Thing?

We all know the arguments that being vegetarian is better for your health, the environment, and animals – – but in a carnivorous culture it can be hard to make the change. Graham Hill has a powerful pragmatic suggestion.
Be a weekday vegetarian.

This 4 minute video is excellent and neatly summarizes my post-cancer diet. Watch it!

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