Collection of videos featuring Dr. Isaac Eliaz on World News.
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
Isaac Eliaz, M.D., L.Ac., M.S., a pioneer in Integrative Medicine, offers an important workshop on Meditation and Healing, during the 8th International Conference of the Society for Integrative Oncology, November 9th-12th.
Politicians, Medical Experts and Advocates Meet on Capitol Hill for Solutions to Rising Breast Cancer Rates in Young Women
The rates of breast cancer among women under the age of 40 have increased significantly over the last two decades.
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 research published in the journal BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine shows Modified Citrus Pectin (MCP) packs a powerful immune punch.
Dr. Isaac Eliaz lectures on Integrative approaches to Prostate Cancer at the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M) Integrative Oncology Fellowship. The fellowship, held in Boca Raton, Florida, brought together experts, and works to educate physicians and scientists on all issues related to Integrative Cancer Care.
Santa Rosa, California (April 6, 2011) — Researchers at Indiana University and Methodist Research Institute publish the dramatic effects of a natural formula against prostate cancer. This is the second in-depth study supporting the effectiveness of this formula against the disease. The first study published in the Integrative Cancer Therapies came out of Columbia University
What is Integrative Medicine and how does it compare to Biomedicine? Integrative Medicine and Biomedicine are both relatively new terms within the field of health and healing; however, Biomedicine appears to be a more recently evolved term, used loosely to describe medical doctors who take nutritional and even Naturopathic approaches to treating patients.
The holiday season can make it challenging for people with diabetes to keep their blood sugar levels stable. Diabetes expert, Dr. Isaac Eliaz recommends prevention through a number of lifestyle changes and natural supplements.