Don’t Let the Complexity of Cancer Blind You to the Simplicity of Healing

Specialising in breast cancer support was a natural choice following my own diagnosis twenty-five years ago. Despite excellent medical care I knew I needed more than medicine to ensure long term survival. My search for answers led me into a lifetime of study to learn about optimal and then personal nutrition, and more recently into the wonderful world of nutrigenomics. 

It is widely acknowledged that personalised medicine is the way to improve cancer outcomes, and there is a growing acceptance of the role of diet and lifestyle medicine for cancer. It won’t be long before nutrigenomic profiling is part of standard of care. Until that is available on the NHS,  it’s my mission to provide the support that is so badly needed.   

I have been a nutritional therapist for twenty years and helped hundreds of breast cancer patients regain their health and happiness after diagnosis. My work is firmly based in evidence and experience with a large helping of empathy thrown in.

To get started please explore the website and the blog, then consider booking a consultation. Please follow me on Instagram and send questions and suggestions using the contact form. 

Dawn Waldron | Registered Nutritional Therapist and Nutrigenomic Counsellor
PG Cert (Personalised Nutrition), BSc(Hons), DipION, mBANT, CNHC 
Member of the British Society of Integrated Oncology

Please note that nutritional therapy is not a substitute for medical care. I am unable to diagnose, treat or cure cancer, nor can I provide urgent or acute care.

The plethora of books and advice out there is confusing to say the least.  Your ability to distil the latest research and give sensible practical advice on how to make changes to our diets I personally find invaluable.


I just wanted to add my voice to the admiration and encouragement for your next steps, it’s a fantastic idea and I eagerly look forward to seeing what emerges, you are such a positive, informative and supportive resource for women with breast cancer, if ever you feel that your voice is being minimised by those with narrower narratives than yours (medical modal etc) just remember the community of women and medical professionals who do believe in your vast expertise and passion… deserve an OBE for all that you have achieved and continue to offer

Katrina – Stage III breast cancer patient