Such joie de vivre! Fran Drescher talked to Daily Mail Online about the importance of removing toxins from your diet and home in order to reduce one's risk of getting disease. Wellness: The year-old actress celebrated 18 years of being cancer-free on Thursday. Transform from being a patent to a medical consumer. Understand that how you live equals how you feel,' she said. Addressing the first part, she went on: 'You are what you eat.
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Fran Drescher was a co-creator, executive producer, writer, director and star of the Emmy award winning TV series, The Nanny. Editor-in-Chief Gary Barg spoke candidly with Fran and John, her boyfriend, about patient and caregiver advocacy and their battle with cancer. Fran Drescher: First of all, you have to take notes. You have to ask questions and go on the Internet and know what your symptoms may be and what tests could be available.
Fran Drescher's cancer prevention tips, from no antiperspirant to turning off WiFi
By Carly Stern For Dailymail. Fran Drescher is celebrating the eighteenth anniversary of being cancer free today — and she is going to great lengths to keep it that way. Since discovering she had uterine cancer and going into remission, the year-old actress had made it her mission to educate people about cancer prevention, early signs, and treatment, and even wrote the New York Times bestselling book Cancer Schmancer in Speaking to DailyMail.
Actress, producer, and advocate Fran Drescher launches a movement created to change the way policy makers and patients think about cancer and healthcare. And yet, as she begins to speak about the recent launch of her own cancer advocacy organization, Cancer Schmancer, there is not a hint of distraction in her voice. She is passionate and articulate; determined to bring attention to what she sees as her mission, Fran is completely focused as she describes the background and the goals of the movement she has formed. There is no doubt that the actress, producer, and advocate has brought passion to each of the projects that have defined her career.