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Breast Cancer Screening and Overdiagnosis

2017 - 01 - 16 | Author: Susan Silberstein, PhD

The latest study to raise questions about the value of screening mammograms was published online last week by the  Annals of Internal Medicine. A group of Danish researchers followed women ages 50 to 69 who...

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BC-025 Debbie Melamed Interviews Dr. Leigh Erin Connealy on The Cancer Revolution

2017 - 01 - 09 | Author: BeatCancer.Org

Leigh Erin Connealy, MD is Founder and Medical Director of Center for New Medicine in Irvine, California. She opened the Cancer Center for Healing in 2015 and is releasing her book, The Cancer Revolution ...

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Curing Cancer with Carrots

2017 - 01 - 04 | Author: Ann Cameron

After months of undiagnosed symptoms, I had surgery for colon cancer in June 2012. The surgeon said he thought he'd gotten all the cancer, but six months later, when I was feeling great, a CT...

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New Year Resolutions to Live By

2017 - 01 - 02 | Author: Susan Silberstein, PhD

I published this blog one year ago, and I feel so strongly about it that I wanted to share it with my fans again. If you’re like most people,...

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Top 5 Cancer Causing Foods

2017 - 01 - 01 | Author: Susan Silberstein, PhD

Cancer patients – and even those who want to prevent cancer – are often perplexed about dietary change. Many have the sense that everything is bad for them, there’s nothing left to eat, and they have to choose ...

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Shinrin-Yoku: “Forest Bathing” and Your Health

2016 - 12 - 27 | Author: Dr. Veronique Desaulniers

Shinrin-yoku literally means “taking in the forest atmosphere” or “forest bathing.” Of course, people have been strolling, hiking and walking through wooded areas for as long as humans and forests have been around. In the 1980s, in response to the stress of modern...

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Breast Cancer Gifts

2016 - 12 - 22 | Author: Susan Silberstein, PhD

Jackie Zofkie of Dayton, Ohio, has some special friends. Nearly two years ago, I was approached by one of them who was extremely worried about Jackie’s advancing invasive lobular breast cancer that...

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BC-024 Susan Silberstein interviews Dr. Linda Isaacs on Individualized Nutritional Protocols for Cancer

2016 - 12 - 21 | Author: BeatCancer.org

Linda L. Isaacs, MD, received her medical degree from Vanderbilt University School of Medicine and completed her residency at New York University Medical School. Board Certified in Internal Medicine, she practices in New York City....

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