"The Natural Doctor" to give cancer talk in Letterkenny

Proceeds to go to Irish Cancer Society

By Staff Reporter


By Staff Reporter



Dr Nylon Eccles

Dr Nylon Eccles.

Well-known  integrated medicine specialist, Dr Nyjon Eccles, is to deliver an open lecture on promoting good nutrition, health and wellbeing in Letterkenny next week.

Dr Eccles, founder of ‘The Natural Doctor’ clinic in London is renowned for his expertise in evidence-based complementary medicine, particularly in non-invasive cancer prevention and breast health.

His lecture ‘Changing the game in Breast cancer risk’ in the Radisson Blu Hotel in Letterkenny on Wednesday, October 19 is the latest in a series of talks “to help people to alter their disease risks”. 

He has lectured regularly on a range of topics including ‘Natural Cancer Support’, ‘Breast Health and Nutrition’, ‘Prostate Health and Nutrition’, ‘Clinical Thermography’, ‘Food as Medicine’ and ‘Natural Anti-Ageing’.

At his clinic in London’s Harley Street, Dr Eccles is pioneering the UK use of breast Thermograms for early non-invasive detection of breast cancer.

Dr Eccles set up ‘The Natural Doctor’ clinic in 1998 to specialise in breast health and cancer support work and has amassed a reputation in the UK and further afield as a leading integrated medicine physician who is pro-active in health education, preventative medicine and health empowerment.

A spokesperson for the Sculpt Movement, which has organised the event, said: “We are delighted to announce the return of Dr Eccles to Letterkenny. Almost 200 people benefited from his invaluable insights when he delivered his last lecture in the town in 2014. We’re expecting huge interest in the upcoming lecture and those interested in attending are advised to book their places early.”

The Natural Doctor’s Donegal lecture is open to all and will be held in the Radisson Blu Hotel, Letterkenny on Wednesday, October 19 at 7pm. Early booking for this event is advised, to secure your place please email info@sculptyourlife.ie or call +35386 3097098.

Admission is €5 with all proceeds to be donated to the Irish Cancer Society.