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An Albuquerque woman creates a 2003 calendar featuring professionals who champion alternative approaches to cancer
Rozzy Keanna's sunny kitchen is deceiving. The bright atmosphere hides a multitude of health foods, herbal remedies and icky-smelling concoctions.
"When your body breaks down, you're a prisoner," the Albuquerque woman says.
She knows from experience: Her mother was hostage to liver and colon cancer several years ago. Keanna didn't know where to go to get help for the frail woman who was unable to function at her usual pace.
"It was so frustrating," Keanna says. "One doctor, she said, 'Well, you should take these vitamins.' We're talking about terminal cancer here."
While Keanna was looking for ways to make her mother more comfortable, she became convinced a few ounces of prevention was worth a ton of cure and turned to homeopathic remedies herself. She doesn't want to go through her own …