It all started with Valerie Yerger, ND, a professor at UCSF who enrolled in an EBT group at the university when two family members passed away. The skills were life-changing for her. She began giving talks on EBT in support of her work in smoking cessation. Then in January, she was successful in gaining support from President Joe Biden's Cancer Moonshot.

Thank you, Dr. Yerger! Below is video of Dr. Yerger. She is now a leader in EBT and presented a talk and panel discussion on reaching the underserved at last year's EBT Annual Meeting.

In the video above, Dr. Yerger speaks about how she introduces EBT to people and brings her own enthusiasm about EBT to her leadership activities. EBT is science-based, but we welcome providers to bring their passions to the method and forge ahead in bringing it to communities that are important to them. That's just what Dr. Yerger is doing!

Please share EBT with people you know who are at risk of cancer, are being treated for cancer, or are cancer survivors. Stress is a significant factor that they can change with EBT.