Health & Wellness


“The current healthcare system is intrinsically flawed because it has been designed to chase and treat diseases, rather than keep people healthy in the first place. Our vision is to change this approach by equipping individuals across all ages and societies with ways to protect their own health.”
Dr. William Li
President and Medical Director
The Angiogenesis Foundation

Project ENABLE™ (Enabling Network for Access to Best Levels of Evidence) is the Angiogenesis Foundation’s initiative to improve patients outcomes in disease treatment and prevention on a global level, by democratizing the transfer and use of expert medical knowledge. We use a system (SYSTEM ENABLE™) that connects patients, their advocates, and their physicians, with the world’s top medical experts, through a novel framework for managing evidence-based medical information. Within ENABLE™, health care stakeholders can interact with each other, united by the common goal of helping individual patients achieve the best outcomes. The system integrates information technology, medical informatics, collaborative software, social media, and a global network of healthcare professionals, patients, and their advocates. The cumulative evidence from scientific, clinical, and epidemiological studies and from expert opinions and experience is integrated into what we call a “MetaOpinion™”. This system, which powers the evidence-based content the website you are viewing, is universally accessible, allowing anyone with Internet access to participate from anywhere on the planet.

The Do iT Yourself Health Revolution will allow a holistic integration of high and low tech, futuristic and traditional, and the personal and the social. It allows users of mobile technology to access and contribute knowledge for decision making that impacts health, wellness, and prevention.
Eat to Beat Cancer is a global campaign to crush the cancer epidemic by getting people to eat foods that starve cancer. is a resource hub and a recruitment platform for the community to inspire, influence, and monitor dietary behavior change.