It is "The Quest for The Cures," mission to bring awareness and hope to those suffering from cancer, because ICRF research has proven that there are effective alternatives to chemotherapy and radiation.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) August 30, 2014
On August 22, 2014, Ty Bollinger, host of docu-series, “The Quest for The Cures,” and his family, presented a check on behalf of TTAC Publishing LLC and TheTruthAboutCancer.com to the Independent Cancer Research Foundation. Accepting the check on behalf of the Foundation was Gary Teal, Board President and Board Members Webster Kehr and Reggie Black. The donation was for more than $13,000 and represented a portion of all sales from the new series, which launched in May 2014. Funds are earmarked for current and future research projects.
“I am honored to be able to present a donation to the Independent Cancer Research Foundation,” said Bollinger. “It is because of our supporters, who have embraced our new docu-series, ‘The Quest for The Cures,’ that we are able to fund missions that are in-line with our own. The ICRF researches real cancer treatments and real cancer cures, and we are excited to support their efforts. It is our mission to bring awareness and hope to those suffering from cancer, because research has proven that there are effective alternatives to chemotherapy and radiation.”
After losing seven family members to cancer, including his mother and father, Bollinger refused to accept the notion that chemotherapy, radiation and surgery were the most effective treatments available for cancer patients. While researching alternative treatments, Bollinger made shocking discoveries about cancer and the medical industry. This fueled his personal passion to educate anyone affected by cancer on alternative cures and breakthroughs. He has decided to make this personal quest his life-long journey, sharing his knowledge with others; mainly that the vast majority of all diseases, including cancer, can be prevented and even cured without drugs or surgery.
“On behalf of the ICRF, we are very grateful to be part of The Truth About Cancer’s mission,” said Gary Teal, President of the Independent Cancer Research Foundation. “In my 19 years of experience in alternative medicine, I have found many patients that are looking for treatments outside of the mainstream. As a nonprofit organization, we rely heavily on the support of donations to fund our efforts to support those patients. These funds will greatly impact current and future research.”
“The Quest for The Cures” is a cutting-edge documentary series, aimed at exposing the truth about cancer. Bollinger travels across the United States, interviewing more than 25 of the foremost doctors, researchers, experts and survivors to find out their proven non-toxic methods for preventing and treating cancer.
An eye-opening investigative report, “The Quest for The Cures” is a collection of several different episodes, each containing valuable and well-documented research. Starting out with a broad explanation in episode one, The Cancer Pandemic, the series continues to take viewers on a journey exploring franken-foods, environmental toxins, proven prevention methods and cures, and ends with testimony from physicians and survivors.
TheTruthAboutCancer.com was created to educate the masses on natural, non-toxic cancer treatments. The docu-series interviews the nation’s leading physicians that are successfully using these life-saving practices today. In addition TheTruthAboutCancer.com exposes the “business of cancer,” which forces patients to continue outdated and overpriced toxic treatments – profitable to the pharmaceutical industry. Its ultimate goal is to eradicate cancer, by providing free knowledge to those searching for cures, with the primary mission being education and awareness on cancer prevention and alternative cancer treatments.
For more information about “The Quest for The Cures,” please visit: http://www.thetruthaboutcancer.com and follow them on Facebook here: http://www.facebook.com/thetruthaboutcancer and Twitter @truthaboutbigc.
For more information about the ICRF donation visit: http://www.thetruthaboutcancer.com/icrf.