February 2013 EcoSalon Film – Tumor: It’s in the System

Tumor PosterPlease join us for a free screening of the latest film in the EcoSalon series, Tumor: It’s In the System, directed by Valerie McCaffrey and Cindy Pruitt. This screening will take place Sunday, February 24th at 3 p.m. at the Microsoft Store in Los Angeles.

Tumor: It’s In the System discusses how alternative cancer treatments have been ignored since the early 1900s in lieu of mainstream chemotherapy and radiation methods. With testimonies from those who have endured the traditional approaches and those who have successfully used alternative methods, Tumor is a call to publicize alternative treatments and enable individuals to make their own health choices.

Following the screening, filmmaker Valerie McCaffrey will conduct a Q&A. Screening includes free vegan hors d’oeuvres and beverages, a gift bag from the Microsoft Store and parking for three hours.  Click here for more information about the event.  If you’re ready to attend, send your RSVP to EcoSalon@greenlifestyles.org

For more information on the film, visit BecomeARevolution.com  or check out the trailer below.

Full Details

  • Sunday, November 11th at 3:30pm
  • Venue: Microsoft Store @ the Westfield Century City Mall, 10250 Santa Monica Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90067
  • Free screening with vegan hors d’oeuvres and beverages
  • Free gift bag from Microsoft Store
  • Free parking for 3 hours
  • RSVP to: EcoSalon@greenlifestyles.org

Valerie Cooper

Valerie graduated from Texas Christian University with a degree in journalism and has years of experience writing for magazines, newspapers and public relations. She completed three years with the Peace Corps in Mozambique, where she taught English and communications at a high school and university. In the fall, she will pursue her master’s degree in communication for development in the UK.

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Valerie graduated from Texas Christian University with a degree in journalism and has years of experience writing for magazines, newspapers and public relations. She completed three years with the Peace Corps in Mozambique, where she taught English and communications at a high school and university. In the fall, she will pursue her master's degree in communication for development in the UK.

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