Watch and wait. A new blood cancer website

keep-calm-and-wait-and-watchI have a VERY important and exciting announcement to make today:

We finally have a NEW website dealing with the issue of watching and waiting for blood cancers. It discusses issues that are very near and dear to us, particularly “cancer-protective nutrition” and “supplements with CLINICAL evidence.” YAY!

“Watch and wait” doesn’t mean we have to sit back, do nothing, and just wait for the inevitable to happen. No way. There is a lot we can do, as I think I have shown in all these years…The worst thing is to feel helpless, but–as we can read on the homepage of this website–there is absolutely no need for that…

Here is the link:

If you go to “About Us,” you will find that one of the four founders of this great project is Dr. Terry Golombick (j’adore!!!). Incidentally, I owe a big-time apology to her, since I should have written this post a couple of months ago, more or less. But a lot has been going on in my life, and it’s only now that I feel that I can return to blogging on a more regular basis. Still, I apologize, Dr. Golombick!!!

Last but not least, I’d like to thank Dr. Golombick for having included my blog in the section devoted to curcumin.

Such an honor!!! 🙂

Watch and wait…wait and watch…but be proactive…always! And, er, be calm, too,,, 😉


  1. Thank you so much Margaret for this fantastic piece of information website. It is a great reassurance to read what we are doing is the right approach. Keep up the good work, Beatrice

  2. Very impressive summary !
    Thanks to you and to the Golombick’s equipe to share the results of many years.
    A question for you Margaret; have you ever thought to tra arabinoxylan?
    Regards, Cristian

  3. Hello Margaret, Thank you for that information. That is very interesting and good to see that curcumin is getting more in the news … slowly.

    It was also good to read the reference to probiotics. As I also have irritable bowel syndrome and a lot of gas in the stomach area, I now started a 12 week course with Symprove which aims to replenish the bacteria in the gut.

    Keep up the good work.


  4. This is a fantastic website. As always thankyou from the bottom of my heart for this blog and all the info. It has given me comfort in a surreal and worrying time.

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