What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Breast Cancer

What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Breast Cancer


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    The Breakthrough Book On Breast Cancer. Authors, John R. Lee, M.D., David Zava, Ph.D. and Virginia Hopkins

    "A remarkable work! Clearly written and lucidly expressed...makes the real physiological basis of breast cancer and its correlates accessible."
    -Peter T. Ellison, Dean, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Harvard University, and author of On Fertile Ground: A Natural History of Human Reproduction

    "Clear, fluent, and engaging, with clearly documented data....This book is extremely provocative...not the kind of thinking that most of our medical doctors are used to, but healthy in its broader perspective of opinions and options."
    -Jose Russo, M.D., senior member, Fox Chase Cancer Center

    John R. Lee, M.D., David Zava, Ph.D. and Virginia Hopkins explain options and offer potentially lifesaving strategies to lower risk and help stop this devastating disease. Since 1950, breast cancer incidence has risen by 60 percent—and each year over 40,000 American women die from it. Conventional treatment protocols are simply not working and—worse—they may even be harmful. But women do have prevention and treatment choices their doctors may not be telling them about.

    The American Cancer Society estimated that in the year 2000, 552,200 people in the United States would die of cancer, and 40,800, or just over 7 percent, of those would be women dying of breast cancer. This means that about 15 percent of women who die of cancer are dying of breast cancer. These are the annual statistics for the United States, but it's even more sobering to realize that worldwide about 1,670,000 women have breast cancer. The mortality (death rate) from breast cancer is also staggering. If you combine mortality rates from the United States and Canada (which have the highest rates of breast cancer in the world), in North America a woman dies of breast cancer every twelve minutes.

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