FREE On-Demand WEBINAR: Learn to Prevent, and Screen For Cancer
The MOST Important Action You'll Take All Year!
1 in 2 Men, and 1 in 3 Women in the U.S. are Diagnosed with Cancer in their Lifetime: How You Can Prevent It For Yourself and Your Family.
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FREE WEBINAR: The MOST Important Action You'll Make All Year! 1 in 2 People in the U.S. are Diagnosed with Cancer in their Lifetime: How You Can Prevent It.
As the ability of modern medicine has evolved to combat cancer, so have the number of cancer diagnoses - the latest figures show that up to 1 in 2 men, and around 1 in 3 women in the United States and other western countries will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetimes.
This is a shocking find as it turns out that less than 10% of cancer cases are actually genetially-based. This find ultimately deduces that 90% of cancer cases are actually *PREVENTABLE*.
Join Dr. Mark Levandovsky of Preventive Medicine and Cancer Care in Denver, Colorado for life-changing and insightful webinar on preventing cancer
WHY it's essential to know how to prevent cancer...
If you're thinking, "with modern technology, I can cure my cancer..."
Let's say by best case scenario you are able to cure that cancer...
You'll lose at least 6 months to 1+ years of your life to health challenges, appointments, weakness, hospitalization, and other difficulties that you'll have to face.
Guaranteed stress that you'll put on you, and your family for several months or longer.
Costs of at least $20,000+ directly or indirectly related to your cancer.
Depending on the cancer, how early it's found, and where it is - survival rates if caught early can be 1% (pancreatic cancer) - 98% (testicular cancer)
"Of the 21 most common cancers, 12 have ten-year survival of 50% or more, and four types – testicular cancer, malignant melanoma, prostate cancer and Hodgkin lymphoma – have survival in excess of 80%. Some cancer types, however, remain difficult to diagnose and/or treat, and survival is less than 20% for stomach, brain, oesophageal, lung and pancreatic cancers." - UK Cancer Research
You only have one life, you don’t get another one - don’t treat it poorly. If it's not your life that you care about, do it for your family to be informed.
Dr Mark Levandovsky
Preventive Medicine and Cancer Care
Presentation on Cancer Prevention and Screening
-Early Risk Factors
-Faster, More Efficient, Earlier Diagnoses
-How Cancer Evolves in the Body
-and Much Much More
Questions and Answers from the Audience
Post-Webinar Brief and Guidance
About Dr. Mark Levandovsky MD
With board certifications in Internal medicine, Hematology and Medical Oncology, Dr. Mark Levandovsky specializes in helping patients understand their overall health “portrait,” allowing people to make decisions that prevent illness and ultimately put them in charge of their health.
As the founder and medical director of his Preventive Medicine and Cancer Care practice, Dr. Levandovsky provides personalized care to health conscious individuals – as well as active cancer patients and cancer survivors. He focuses on on a integrative care delivery, genetic and molecular risk assessments, preventive strategies, education, nutrition and psycho-oncology.
Dr. Levandovsky received his medical degree from University of California Irvine School of Medicine and has been in practice for 17 years. He began his medical career at the University of California Davis Medical Center in Sacramento and has helped cancer patients across the country, including at Weill Cornell-New York Presbyterian Hospital in New York City and the Alaska Cancer Treatment and Research Center in Anchorage, Alaska. Most recently, Dr. Levandovsky served as the Head of Breast and Urologic Oncology at St. Mary’s Medical Cancer Center in Grand Junction, Colorado.
An avid nature lover and fitness enthusiast, Dr. Levandovsky moved from Grand Junction to Denver in 2017 to establish his revolutionary new practice. When he’s not helping patients pursue healthier lifestyles, he enjoys outdoor adventures his wife and three children.