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Aspirin Cuts Cancer Risk

submitted by: admin on 10/26/2015
  Aspirin has been found to protect against colon cancer and many other solid cancers. However, aspirin also causes GI bleeding in almost everyone over the long haul. A better way to prevent cancer is to clean up our toxic environment and live a healthy lifestyle. Direct to consumer ads give the wrong idea; they give you the idea that it is okay to live...

BREAST CANCER RISK REDUCTION: Nutritional Support Protocol

submitted by: admin on 12/02/2013
  Breast cancer risk is related to genetics about 10% of the time. Environmental and lifestyle factors have much more to do with getting cancer and they are modifiable. Estrogen is a big player in causing cancer and we all know now that HRT increases the risk for breast cancer. There is a lot we can do to prevent activating cancer genes and to protect...

Microbes in the Gut Determine the Risk for Cancer

submitted by: admin on 11/21/2013
An article published in the journal of the American Society for Microbiology called mBio showed that both inflammation and a certain microbiome contribute to the development of colon cancer in mice.  Researchers transferred a stool sample from mice with colon cancer to germ-free mice and found that the incidence of colon cancer double that when compared...

Should Angelina Jolie have had a Bilateral Mastectomy?

submitted by: admin on 05/20/2016
  We can't blame Angelina Jolie for choosing to have a bilateral mastectomy because of the BRCA 1 gene defect. She has every right to deal with this issue. However, we can blame her and the press for sensationalizing her choice and influencing millions of women when it comes to their making a choice about how to deal with having the BRCA 1 or BRCA...

The Role of Breast Density in Developing Breast Cancer

submitted by: admin on 12/23/2013
Women with dense breasts from fibrocystic breast disease have up to a six time increased risk for developing breast cancer that is especially aggressive and often involves women under the age of 50. There is no accurate and affordable mainstream test to differentiate fibrocystic disease from breasts cancer. Yet digital mammograms are are relied upon to screen...

Vitamin D and Safe Sun Exposure with Lani Simpson, DC

submitted by: admin on 10/17/2013
Sunlight is essential for life. UVB ray is what makes vitamin D. At this latitude we don't get much vitamin D, especially in the winter time. We cannot make vitamin D without cholesterol. Vitamin D deficiency is associated with 27 different cancers including melanoma!          

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