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CANCER: The Integrative Perspective - funding help needed for film project exposing cancer causes and natural treatments

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(NaturalNews) Many of our readers already know that the cancer industry is a profit-driven racket centered around making new customers rather than finding real cures. But millions of Americans are still painfully unaware of the dirty truth behind the conventional cancer industry and its prescribed "treatments," which do little, if anything, to address the cancer problem while simultaneously killing patients.

Lifestyle entrepreneur Nathan Crane recently launched a new film project to bring these and other truths about cancer to light, but he needs your help to make it into a reality. Entitled CANCER: The Integrative Perspective, Crane's film project aims to find and share the best solutions for preventing, healing and reversing cancer globally by combining the invaluable knowledge and wisdom of an international community of experts.

A funding campaign for the film launched through Kickstarter has this to say about what the film will entail:

"This film provides access to essential and often hard to access information that can assist [patients] as they face critical treatment decisions. There is a wealth of information and breakthrough approaches to cancer treatment that are little known and rarely part of the conversations that typically happen when someone faces a cancer diagnosis."

Crane aims to "build a bridge between the conventional Western scientific model, and the Eastern Holistic alternative model, ultimately bringing both modalities together to provide an integrative and effective model of preventing, healing, and reversing cancer while focusing solely on providing solutions for the people and families who are [affected] by cancer."

CANCER film project needs additional $35,000 for editing, animations and sound

So far, Crane has raised about $60,000 for this respectable undertaking, which was first launched in February 2014. With this money, he and his team have been able to travel the world over the past 16 months interviewing doctors, holistic healers, cancer survivors, royalty, celebrities and many others.

But he's now looking to raise an additional $35,000 by June 23, 2015, in order to finish editing the film and adding animations, as well as to complete the sound design and host a film launch party. As of this writing, only $411 of this $35,000 goal has been reached, which means there's still a long way to go.

"We are on the tail-end of this incredible project and with your help we know we can finish a fantastic film and get the word out about effective and affordable solutions to cancer to the world," explains the film's Kickstarter page.

Let's help Crane and his team reach their goal and release CANCER film as soon as this September!

If the goal is reached on time, Crane and his team hope to release their film by September 2015. If they don't reach this short-term goal, the film likely won't make its debut until sometime in 2016. You can watch a trailer of the film here:

"We are lucky because while we have top talent helping edit and produce the film, they are able to work at very affordable costs which makes creating a high quality film a reality," says the Kickstarter page. "With your help, we can release this film on time this year and together save many people's lives by empowering them with this very important information about how to heal from cancer."

To watch the trailer for CANCER: The Integrative Perspective and contribute financially to this important film project, visit:



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