cancer

13 10, 2015

BREAST CANCER AWARENESS – REVISITED

October 13th, 2015|Categories: Breast Cancer Prevention, Cancer prevention|Tags: , , |

[I published this post one year ago in deference to October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Since nothing has changed, I feel the message is important enough to bear repeating. The unfortunate situation is that all things pink, including ribbons, has come to symbolize a complete lack of interest in achieving a better approach to breast cancer. The Susan Komen foundation is a farce, and the hundreds of millions of dollars her organization has received has done absolutely nothing to improve women's ability to deal with breast cancer.] October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.  There is no debate about [...]

29 03, 2013

“Curing” Cancer With Statistics

March 29th, 2013|Categories: Wellness|Tags: , |

I was listening to an ad on television paid for by the American Cancer Society (ACS). In an obvious attempt to solicit funds and give viewers the idea that the ACS is actually doing something, they announced that 50% of people with cancer have been cured. Please keep in mind that the ACS supports traditional medicine, and is against alternative approaches to treating cancer. So how can treatments that involve chemotherapy or radiation therapy that kill all types of cells indiscriminately, be actually curing anything? How can chemotherapy be effective for treating cancer if only 3% of oncologist would [...]

19 03, 2012

Telomeres – The Key to Anti-aging

March 19th, 2012|Categories: Hormonal Balance and Wellness, Men and Hormone Therapy, Excessive Adrenaline, ADHD/ADD|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

An Alternative to TA-65 There is a lot of research looking at the association of telomere length with aging.  Telomeres are found on the tips of chromosomes and there appears to be a lot of evidence suggesting that those people with shortened telomeres have a higher incidence of heart attacks and cancer. Obviously, a drug that could prevent the shortening of a telomere would excite interest.  However, the drug company that has the patent for this substance has sold the rights to a supplement company to avoid the expense of 5-10 years of FDA required trials costing hundreds of [...]