Guest Info

David Peters is a career filmmaker who earned Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in Cinema Communications.  He has created award-winning films that tell stories of people worldwide with an authentic, journalistic approach.  His work has appeared on Netflix, PBS, Amazon and international television.

About the Show

Did you know that early-onset cancers diagnosed before age 50 have risen globally since 1990? This alarming trend warrants our attention and understanding. With over 200 types of cancer identified, it’s crucial to explore the most common forms affecting people worldwide, such as prostate cancer in men and breast cancer in women.

However, what’s equally disconcerting is how funds allocated for cancer research are predominantly channelled towards treatment rather than prevention and cure. Shockingly, approximately 95% of cancer research funds in the US are focused on addressing the disease’s symptoms rather than tackling its root causes.

In this enlightening episode of the Global Indian Podcast, Rajan Nazran engages in a one-on-one conversation with David Peters, a guest on a healing journey after being diagnosed with prostate cancer. While cancer has often been associated with older individuals, recent research shows a concerning rise in early-onset cancers in people younger than 50 since the 1990s.

David sheds light on some lesser-known facts about cancer recovery and the approach of traditional medicine. Through his healing journey, he shares valuable insights, from choosing the right diet and maintaining a positive outlook to harnessing the power of love. He stresses the importance of nurturing our bodies to aid in healing rather than combating cancer. With cancer’s formidable strength, David reminds us to work proactively with our bodies.

Join this heartfelt and empowering conversation as David Peters inspires listeners with his positive outlook and unwavering belief in the potential for healing.

Produced by Global Indian Series for the Global Indian Network.
Script by Rajan Nazran
original idea: Rajan Nazran

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