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Plant-medicine expert Donnie Yance has developed a system for cancer treatments. In this podcast, he explains :

  • Why the conditions in which a plant grows can make it cultivate more effective compounds to help our own healthcare.
  • How plant medicine and modern cancer treatments can actually work together for a patient’s benefit towards multiple issues, including fighting drug resistance and shoring up a patient’s nutritional needs.
  • How this research and these practiced techniques also helped Yance create tips to live longer for patients.

Founder, President, Chairman, and Lead Clinician at the Mederi Center, Donnie Yance explored music and the monastic life in his early days, but after discovering plant medicine, spent decades educating himself about all plants had to offer, even founding the Natura brand for better botanicals.

He founded the Mederi Center as well, which helps cancer patients develop better quality of life and healthcare in concert with their doctors and traditional medicine. Yance emphasizes the importance of an ordered approach. The center first focuses on the basic patient needs for a healthier bases through plant medicine to reinforce their healing capability; second, they test the patient’s micro environment to understand if it is welcoming the cancer or if the cancer is manipulating it for the disease’s benefit. They change the patient’s micro environment based on this to be less favorable to the cancer. Lastly, they test the cancer itself to understand its components to gather the most effective medicines, plant and modern, that can best harm the disease while keeping the patient healthy.

The Mederi Center focuses on general health issues as well that engage quality of life and promote tips to live longer with better healthcare. 

For more, see the Mederi Center web site at well as a video featuring a Mederi Center patient called “That’s Not Your Story” at

Donnie Yance also has a website and a blog at

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