Aid L’Shalom and Bruckner Oncology share a vision to provide more effective, less toxic, and more tailored treatment to cancer patients, including those who struggle with conventional therapy. Since their founding, Bruckner has brought newfound hope and comprehensive care to countless patients and their families.
Through extensive research and whole-family oncology counseling, we provide alternative healing modalities ideal for supplementive treatment. When combined with conventional medical practices, these services have helped patients feel happier, more energized, and more hopeful during the therapy process.
The cost of holistic treatment in addition to conventional therapy is out of reach for most. Our global fundraising steeply subsidizes these services. Additionally, when we know a patient stands to benefit from a clinical trial, yet does not qualify under its eligibility prerequisites, we offer the funding to enter them into treatment.
Aid L’Shalom was founded in loving memory of Shalom Neuman, a beloved father, husband, and philanthropist. Shalom did not define himself by financial success, but rather by the people he worked tirelessly to help. During his exceptional lifetime, he opened his home and heart to multitudes of guests, founding the Tosh community outreach program, as well as establishing an organization dedicated to helping the poorest residents of Eretz Yisroel.
Later in life, Shalom himself was diagnosed with cancer and told he only had weeks to live. To get more quality out of the life he had left, Shalom turned to alternative treatments. His extensive research into Vitamin C infusion therapy, and his unshakable faith, granted him three additional years of life—years spent laughing with his children, holding his grandchildren, and devoting more time and funds to his mission. His final wish was for the founding of this organization to help those who struggled as he did. Shalom believed, as do we, that supplemental therapies should be available to all patients, regardless of their ability to pay.
You be an aid.
God will be your witness.
The name Aid L’Shalom represents two meaningful concepts: In Hebrew, ‘aid’ means ‘witness’ and ‘shalom’ means ‘peace’.
Aid L’Shalom is both an aid to peace and a witness to the life and legacy of Shalom Neuman, founder and originator of the movement to enable integrative access.
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