Cancer

Cancer is one of the most researched and misunderstood health topics of our generation. Here you will find articles related to various types of cancer and what the latest medical research is showing.

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Take Supplements to Help Chemotherapy

Nothing makes me angrier than bad medical advice. And there’s one particular recommendation that has me fuming…. Cancer doctors are telling their patients to avoid nutritional supplements because they’re dangerous. And that is simply not true. If you’re having chemotherapy | Read More…

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Breast cancer update: leave that lump alone!

If you or someone you know is dealing with breast cancer – or if you simply want to stay current with new developments on that front – I have some good news. Hundreds of thousands of women (and even some | Read More…

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Prevent Skin Cancer with Vitamin D

For the past 30 years, you’ve been told — over and over again — how dangerous it is to spend time in the sun. Like most people, you’ve probably spent lots of money on sunscreens, sunblock, sunglasses, protective clothing, maybe | Read More…

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Gentle and Effective: Insulin Potentiation Chemotherapy

It’s a sad fact of life today, but you probably know someone who was diagnosed with cancer and treated with chemotherapy. You probably also know that chemotherapy produces many unwanted side effects, such as hair loss, severe nausea, skin rashes, | Read More…

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Menopause: Signs, Symptoms, Solutions

What comes to mind when you hear the word “menopause”? If you immediately think of hot flashes, sleepless nights, emotional upheavals, and other miseries, it’s time to set the record straight. Once again, conventional medicine and Big Pharma have taken | Read More…

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Curcumin: Can it Really Prevent Cancer?

Centuries ago, Hippocrates, the father of medicine, observed that we should “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” Today, those words are truer than ever, especially when it comes to curcumin, an extract derived from the spice | Read More…

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Genetic Testing & Breast Cancer

Nikki was a “friend of a friend” who originally came to my clinic simply because she lived nearby. She was in fairly good health, had a wonderful marriage, and was very happy with her job behind the scenes on a | Read More…

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Breast Cancer Facts: 5 Common Misconceptions

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which means we are awash in products bearing pink ribbons. Even the NFL has gotten into the act with football players and coaches wearing pink. This annual event is intended to raise public awareness | Read More…

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PSA Test Scores: What Your Doctor Isn’t Telling You

Very few days go by without me seeing a patient who is concerned about his prostate. And who can blame them? During the next few years, I expect to see cases of prostate cancer continue to increase, until the disease | Read More…

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Prostate Biopsy Alternatives

Reggie had been a patient of mine for more than a decade, until he moved out of the area. So you can imagine how surprised I was to see him in the exam room one day. It turned out, Reggie had | Read More…