Advisory Board

Aaron Teich

Aaron Teich

Yogic healer and acupuncturist practicing in New York and the Hamptons.

After graduating from Harvard University with a degree in Comparative Religion and Philosophy, Aaron received his degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine from the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in San Francisco. For over a decade, he has also trained exclusively with Guru Dev Singh, the lineage holder of Sat Nam Rasayan (a yogic healing technique), as well as with various traditional healers and shamans around the world, including in China, India, Mongolia, Brazil, Africa, and throughout Europe. For more information, please visit www.ShuniyaHealing.com.
Lisa Laing

Lisa Laing

MBA, brings to the Radical Remission Project her expertise in business and marketing consulting.

As the principal of Laing Marketing Services, a marketing consulting firm, Lisa successfully helps small businesses “compete with the big guys.” Her expertise includes comprehensive marketing strategy as well as website design, marketing material development, promotional videos, and marketing training. For more information, please visit www.LaingMarketing.com.

Elyn Jacobs

Elyn Jacobs

President of Elyn Jacobs Consulting, Executive Director for the Emerald Heart Cancer Foundation.

Elyn is a certified cancer coach, and a breast cancer survivor. Elyn empowers women to be active participants in their health; she is passionate about helping others get past their cancer and into a cancer-free life. Elyn is the host of the “Survive and Live Well” Radio Show on W4CS.com. For more information, please visit http://elynjacobs.wordpress.com.

Glenn Sabin

Glenn Sabin

21-year cancer “thriver”.

Glenn created a comprehensive, integrative oncology approach to achieve a complete pathological remission of his CLL (chronic lymphocytic leukemia)—considered an “incurable” disease—without conventional intervention. Glenn’s case has been chronicled through Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and his personal oncologist, Lee M. Nadler, MD, Dean of Clinical and Translational Medicine at Harvard Medical School. He is most recently the founder of FON Therapeutics, a firm that advances medical research models, helps integrative medicine providers grow their practices , and coaches patients.

Murray Jones

Murray Jones

Founder and CEO of TalkAboutHealth, a patient education platform that provides access to the knowledge and expertise of the world’s leading medical professionals.

Murray has an MBA from Columbia Business School and an engineering degree from Columbia University. In the past he worked for Accenture as a consultant and Time Inc. doing a combination of marketing and finance. For more information, please visit TalkAboutHealth.com.

Ann Fonfa

Ann Fonfa

Breast cancer survivor.

In 1997, Ann founded The Annie Appleseed Project in order to inform, educate, advocate and raise awareness around CAM and other issues, and to provide a voice for patients to their providers. Ann lectures nationally on “Natural Strategies to Reduce Risk,” has testified in Congress and at FDA meetings, and spearheads the Annie Appleseed Project’s annual conference on Evidence-based Complementary & Alternative Cancer Therapies. For more information, please visit www.annieappleseedproject.org.