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Breast Cancer Increasing in Younger Women: News, Research and Strategies for Prevention

Today, doctors, scientists and patients fighting breast cancer are seeing progress in treating and defeating this all-too-common illness: Overall, survival rates are increasing and innovative research continues to refine improvements in treatment, prevention and care. However, in younger women under the age of 40, a new report suggests that incidence rates are climbing —  slowly but

Timely News for Breast Cancer Awareness Month!

Botanical Formula Delivers Powerful Support for Breast Health Read Dr. Eliaz’s article published the October 2012 issue of the Nutraceutical Business & Technology Journal, reprinted here for our readers: Not long ago, there was a stark dividing line between pharmaceutical drugs and nutritional supplements. The perception was that pharmaceuticals are intensely researched (which they are) and

New Hope for Deadly Cancer

In my own clinical practice, I have seen remarkable results with breast cancer patients using a combination of targeted botanicals and integrative approaches. My practice of patient-driven medicine and the results I witnessed using powerful combinations of natural ingredients were the driving force behind the years of work and research...

Special Botanical Formula Fights Breast Cancer

In Vivo Results: Formula Safely Fights Breast Cancer & Metastasis
Growth, invasion, metastasis—these are the aggressive traits that make cancer so deadly. In fact, 90 percent of cancer deaths result from metastasis, not the primary tumor. As an integrative cancer specialist, researcher and product formulator, much of my work targets the metastatic process. A main objective of any cancer treatment program is to prevent this deadly disease progression, or slow it to a halt once it begins. However once cancer spreads, it becomes much more invasive and difficult to treat.

Capitol Hill Meets on Rising Rates of Breast Cancer in Women

The rates of breast cancer among women under the age of 40 have increased significantly over the last two decades. Younger women typically face greater challenges with this disease than women over 50, partly because early diagnosis is less common among younger women and most cases among this population are not detected until the cancer has progressed to a more advanced stage.

New Options for Breast Cancer Treatment

To successfully treat breast cancer therapies must be designed individually and strategically in order to outsmart the disease and restore a patient’s health. The problem is that many treatments are so invasive and aggressive that they can destroy the health of the patient along with the disease. However, new developments in breast cancer treatment are showing promise ...