Endometrial cancer and sugar-sweetened beverage consumption

Information sourced from NEJM Journal Watch:   Endometrial Cancer: Another Reason to Limit Consumption of Sugar-Sweetened Soda   Regardless of body-mass index, women who drank sugar-sweetened beverages had excess risk for estrogen-dependent endometrial neoplasia.   Although the link between obesity and endometrial cancer is well established, how might intake of sugar-sweetened beverages (SSB) affect risk [...]

By |2014-02-05T12:17:11-05:00February 5th, 2014|Cancer Therapies, Dr. Strauchman, Food for Thought|0 Comments

Exploring Natural Cancer Treatments

Exploring natural cancer treatment options the benefits and effects.    A Round Table discussion on natural cancer therapies - Internet Radio This week, I will be discussing natural cancer therapies with three experts in the field. You will find out what the most potent and well-proven strategies for preventing and treating cancer are. You do [...]

By |2013-02-13T16:57:02-05:00February 13th, 2013|Cancer Therapies, Dr. Morningstar, Dr. Strauchman|0 Comments

Is Poor Digestion Making You Sick?

  When was the last time that your health care provider recommended a complete digestive analysis?  Many people do not realize how crucial a properly functioning digestive system is to maintaining proper health and alleviating chronic illnesses.  Poor digestive function can play a role in a variety of seemingly unrelated health conditions such as heart [...]

Mammograms May Miss Up to 20% of Breast Cancer Tumors

Mammograms may not be the best way to screen for breast cancer.  The National Cancer Institute recommends a mammogram for women age 40 to 74 every one to two years. There is no benefit for women under age 40.  Mammograms are criticized for having high false-negative results and missing up to 20% of breast cancers.  [...]

Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) Suppresses Breast Cancer Growth by Down-Regulating STAT3 and STAT5b Pathways

Breast cancer is the most aggressive form of all cancers, with high incidence and mortality rates. The purpose of the present study was to investigate the molecular mechanism by which methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) inhibits breast cancer growth in mice xenografts. MSM is an organic sulfur-containing natural compound without any toxicity. In this study, we demonstrated that [...]

This is Why We Don’t Participate With Health Insurances

Modern medicine has become nothing more than a convoluted maze of deductibles, copays, HMOs, and preauthorizations. What has been lost in our system of health care is the basic act of a doctor and patient sitting across from one another, with the patient explaining his or her problems in complete detail. However, in order for [...]

Elevated CRP levels and their link to breast cancer

From Breast Cancer Research 2011, 13:R55 Elevated CRP levels at the time of diagnosis of breast cancer are associated with reduced overall and disease-free survival and with increased risk of death from breast cancer. I have noted through the years that many of my patients aren't fully aware of hsCRP, and that they don't always [...]

By |2011-07-23T17:56:03-04:00July 23rd, 2011|Cancer Therapies, Dr. Strauchman|0 Comments

Group Expands on Possible Cell Phone Cancer Link

For the second time in less than a month, an international cancer research group has aired its concerns about the cancer-causing potential of radiofrequency electromagnetic fields (RF-EMF) emitted by cell phones and other devices. The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) affirmed its classification of RF-EMF as "possibly carcinogenic to humans," following the recommendations [...]

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