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Candis UK Magazine- March, 2008

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Busy Bees
Honey’s use as a medicine is ancient history.

Health Science Institute- July, 2008

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A unique form of honey can boost the immune systems of cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy

Jewish Voice- June, 2008

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.Israeli-made honey aids in cancer recovery

OC Register- April, 2008

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Chemotherapy, while killing cancer cells, also produces side effects with serious consequences such as killing white cells, red blood cells and neutrophils (neutropenia, pancytopenia)

Jewish Voice- March, 2008

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.A staple of High Holy Days, hope for a sweet year, is helping cancer patients who are going through chemotherapy....

Jewish Post- February, 2008

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Medicinal Honey from Israel May Hold Promise for Chemo Patients.

Daily Express- January 22, 2008

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HONEY has long been used to soothe sore throats, heal wounds and treat stomach complaints but could it help cancer patients with treatment for chemotherapy? BARBARA LANTIN investigates.

Israel21c - January 21, 2008

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By Nicky Blackburn
Yaron Shmueli was on his way home on an airplane when he first read an article on LifeMel Honey, a new natural immune system treatment developed in Israel for cancer patients.

Edmonton Sun - January 1, 2008

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It was an emotional New Year's Eve celebration for Dr. Heime Geffen and his family last night -- a toast not only to 2008 but to Geffen's mysterious survival.
They also raised their glasses to a special honey from the Holy Land that Geffen believes helped bring him back from the brink of death.

Sky News - December 26, 2007

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Honey, thought to be the most expensive in the world, has gone on sale at Harrods.

National Examiner - November, 2007

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Honey of a help to cancer patients Dealing with cancer can be a bitter experience, but one new therapy may be able to sweeten it up!

AraContent - October 24, 2007

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(ARA) - For those following ABC’s “Desperate Housewives” this season, you’ve watched strong minded housewife Lynette battle cancer and struggle with the side effects of chemotherapy. Approximately 1.4 million people are diagnosed with cancer each year and over half of them can relate to Lynette’s battle with chemotherapy, including New York resident Zisel Goldberg.

Jerusalem Post - October 11, 2007

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Have you ever heard of honey being used for the treatment of anemia? And what about honey that can help cancer patients? At his laboratories in Kiryat Shmone. Dr. Alexander Goroshit manufactures special types of honey for curing illness and easing patients' suering.

Purado - October 10, 2007

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We always knew that natural honey produced by bees is extremely healthy for humans. In the common medicine it is believed to have healing abilities. But Dr. Alexander Goroshit, doctor and microbiologist from Israel, went one step further

Daily Mail - July 27, 2007

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76 year old Dr. Heime Geffen made a remarkable recovery from leukaemia, after taking 'LifeMel honey', made by bees that feast on specific medicinal herbs and other immune-boosting natural substances

Apitherapy News - July 20, 2007

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A news medicinal honey product, called “LifeMel Honey,” has been launched in the United Kingdom.

The Jewish Chronicle - June 1, 2007

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Two months ago he was bed-ridden, his chemotherapy treatment had been abandoned and oncologists had written him off. But now leukaemia sufferer Heime Geffen claims that he is showing improvements thanks to an Israeli-made honey, Lifemel. 

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