What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About(TM): Breast Cancer: How Hormone Balance Can Help Save Your Life

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Grand Central Publishing, Jan 7, 2002 - Medical - 464 pages
Each year, over 40,000 women in the U.S. die from breast cancer. With statistics rising, conventional methods of treatment are simply not working, and in some cases may even be harmful. Now, Drs. Lee and Zava explain the potentially life-saving facts, such as: likely sources for the increase in breast cancer, including environment, excessive estrogen, progesterone imbalance, diet, and the dangers associated with traditional hormone replacement methods. Readers will learn strategies for lowering their risk and preventing this devastating disease through a revolutionary hormone balance program.
 

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A really good resource to help decision making when someone is stricken with breast cancer. There are other ways of dealing with the disease besides radiation and hormone therapy during early stage cancer. Read this first before you make a decision! Read full review

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Contents

THE HISTORY POLITICS AND NATURE OF BREAST
RISK FACTORS FOR BREAST CANCER
OTHER FACTORS THAT AFFECT SUSCEPTIBILITY
THE NATURE OF BREAST CANCER
HOW ESTROGEN TALKS TO YOUR CELLS
ESTRIOL A SAFER REPLACEMENT ESTROGEN
THE NATURE OF THE ANDROGENS
TAMOXIFEN AND RALOXIFENE
HOW AND WHEN TO USE OTHER HORMONES
TESTING AND SYMPTOMS
HOW NUTRITION AFFECTS YOUR BREAST CANCER
PROTECTING THE PRESENT AND THE FUTURE
RESOURCES
THE STRUCTURE OF STEROID HORMONES
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He is known internationally as an expert on natural progesterone & hormone replacement therapy. He lives in Sebastopol, California.

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