Monthly Archives: October 2008

Breast Cancer

Monthly blood testing for breast cancer patients is mandatory. Every patient responds differently to both conventional and alternative cancer therapies. The results of blood tests provide critically important data to evaluate the effectiveness of the┬átherapies being used. The blood tests … Continue reading

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Autoimmune Diseases

What do asthma, food allergies, eczema, psoriasis, lupus, arthritis and Multiple Sclerosis have in common? They are all auto immune diseases. Auto immune diseases have at least two main causes: Changes in the individual’s protein, which is then seen as … Continue reading

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Allergy Update – Food

Asthma, Migraine Headaches and Milk Allergy in Lactase-Deficient Patients In this study from the Emergency Department and Neurology Unit of the Central Emek Hospital, Afula, Israel 48 patients suffering from nonseasonal asthma and migraines participated involving a trial of a … Continue reading

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Arthritis, A Metabolic Approach

Arthritis is not, in a true sense, a disease, but rather a symptom of inflamed joints, the cause of which can be due to a variety of factors. First of all, an extensive range of nutrient deficiencies and excesses are … Continue reading

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Estrace

The following information is taken from Estrace’s package insert: Introduction This leaflet describes when and how to use estrogens, and the risks and benefits of estrogen treatment. Estrogens have important benefits but also some risks. You must decide, with your … Continue reading

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Premarin

The following information is taken from Premarin’s leaflet: ESTROGENS HAVE BEEN REPORTED TO INCREASE THE RISK OF ENDOMETRIAL CARCINOMA. Three independent, case-controlled studies have reported an increased risk of endometrial cancer in postmenopausal women exposed to exogenous estrogens for more … Continue reading

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Holistic Alternative Medicine

Holistic medicine is defined by the Canadian Holistic Medical Association as follows: A system of health care which fosters a cooperative relationship among all those involved, leading towards optimal attainment of the physical, mental emotional, social and spiritual aspects of … Continue reading

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University of Texas Medical Branch

The University of Texas Medical Branch is one of the oldest, largest, best-financed, and most highly-regarded medical schools in America. UTMB traces its beginnings to 1881, when the Texas Legislature authorized founding of the University of Texas and a UT … Continue reading

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Cholesterol: Ways to Stay on the Low Side

It’s not bad enough that your cheeks are chubby and your waist’s a tad wide. Now your doctor says that even your blood is too fat! Well, that’s not exactly what he said, but he might as well have. When … Continue reading

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Low-Dose Naltrexone

Low-dose naltrexone (LDN) holds great promise for the millions of people worldwide facing a possible death sentence from virtually incurable cancers and other diseases. In the developing world, LDN could provide the first low-cost, easy to administer, and side-effect-free therapy … Continue reading

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