What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Breast Cancer

How Hormone Balance Can Help Save Your Life

By John R. Lee, M.D.

David Zava, Ph. D.

Virginia Hopkins
ISBN 0446615404 or 978-0446615402 or 9780446615402

 

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Contents

Introduction

Part I: The history, politics, and nature of breast cancer

Chapter 1: The history and politics of the breast cancer industry
Why we can’t seem to prevent or cure breast cancer

Chapter 2: Risk factors for breast cancer
Why it all points to estrogen

Chapter 3: The nature of cancer
Normal cells that refuse to grow up

Chapter 4: Other factors that affect susceptibility to breast cancer
Insulin resistance, birth control pills, early puberty, DHEA, prolactin, melatonin, thyroid

Chapter 5: The nature of breast cancer
Nurturing gone awry

Part II: The sex hormones and how they affect breast cancer

Chapter 6: The nature of estrogens
Angels of life, angels of death

Chapter 7: How estrogen talks to your cells
The right communication is everything

Chapter 8: Estriol – a safer replacement estrogen
Mother nature’s designer estrogen

Chapter 9: The nature of progesterone
The great protector

Chapter 10: The nature of the androgens
The part “male” hormones play in a woman’s hormonal orchestra

Chapter 11: The problem of ERT and hrt
How hormone replacement therapy can cause cancer

Chapter 12: Tamoxifen and raloxifene
Why synthetic drugs create new problems

Part III: Practical advice for preventing and healing breast cancer

Chapter 13: How and when to use natural progesterone
The guardian angel of breast cancer

Chapter 14: How and when to use other hormones
Estrogen, DHEA, pregnenolone, the corticosteroids, testosterone and androstenedione

Chapter 15: Testing and symptoms
How to determine your hormone balance

Chapter 16: The light and dark sides of soy
How to eat soy so that it helps

Chapter 17: How nutrition affects your breast cancer risk
Making good choices can make the difference

Chapter 18: Protecting the present and the future
Creating an environment where cancer can’t get started

Resources

Recommended reading

References

Appendix

Index

About the authors

 

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Back cover of this book Intimacy after cancer Autism diet
Empower yourself Premenopause
Biological Treaments for Autism
What's in this book Menopause Vaccines
Hormones and cancer Hormone balancing Heavy metal testing
Your risk of breast cancer How to fight cancer Mercury
A book ahead of its time Heavy metals and cancer
Other books of interes

 

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