Kate Shemirani, R.N., Breast Cancer Survivor, Discusses Gerson Therapy Used

My guest is Kay Allison Shemirani ( Kate) who was born November 30 1965 in Nottingham England. She was the youngest of 3 daughters. Her father was a local postman and her mother a secretary. She grew up in an average working class environment with state schooling. In 1984 age 18, She began her nurse […]

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Does Working Nights Increase Breast Cancer Risk?

  A new study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute concluded that working nights has little or no effect on a woman’s breast cancer risk despite a review in 2007 by the International Agency for Research on Cancer classifying night work as disrupting the body clock and a probably cause of cancer. […]

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New Method for Killing Metastatic Breast Cancer Cells.

A new study to be published in Clinical Cancer Research discusses a new way to kill breast cancer cells that are metastasizing  and these cells that spread to the brain, lungs, and bones are the leading cause of death for most cancer patients.  The research discovered how the cells moving to other areas of the […]

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Dr Larry Burk Speaks on Predictive Cancer Dreams.

Larry Burk, MD, CEHP, President of Healing Imager, PC, in Durham, NC, specializes in teleradiology, EFT, hypnosis and dream work. He was associate professor of radiology and director of integrative medicine education at Duke University Medical Center from 1998-2004.  He was a founding member of the American Board of Scientific Medical Intuition and a board […]

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Can Exercise Improve Memory of Breast Cancer Survivors”

A new study published in Psycho-Oncology concluded that moderate to vigorous physical activity is related to improved subjective memory in breast cancer survivors. Researchers believe the exercise alleviates stress and benefits women psychologically, that in turn aids in memory. Researchers looked at memory and exercise in breast cancer survivors in two groups of 1,477 women […]

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Can Acupressure reduce Fatigue in Breast Cancer Survivors?

  A new study published in JAMA Oncology concluded that acupressure reduces persistent fatigue in women who have been treated for breast cancer.   Researchers studied 424 breast cancer survivors from the Michigan Tumor Registry and randomized them to relaxing acupressure (often used to treat insomnia) , stimulating acupressure (often used to increase energy), or […]

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Can Smoking Interfere with Breast Cancer Treatment?

  New research published in the British Journal of Cancer  concluded that common treatment for breast cancer works less well in patients who smoke, compared to non-smokers. The study followed 1,016 breast cancer patients in southern Sweden diagnosed between 2002 and 2012. At the time of surgery they were asked whether they were smokers or […]

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Can A Healthy Lifestyle Reduce Risk for High Risk Breast Cancer Patients.

A new study published in May, 2016 in JAMA Oncology  concluded that women with a high risk of developing breast cancer based upon family history and genetic risk can reduce the chances of developing the disease by following a healthy lifestyle. Researchers developed a model predicting the risk of breast cancer by analyzing records of […]

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Protein-A Breast Cancer Tumor Suppressor.

  A new study published recently in online Oncogene concluded that  HOXA5 protein in normal breast cells acts as a tumor suppressor that halts abnormal cell growth. This builds upon  previous research finding that many breast cancer patients have a lower level of HOXA5 protein, a gene product known to control cell differentiation and death, […]

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Epigenetic Regulation of Metastatic Breast Cancer Progression Gene Identified

A new study published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Science concluded that a gene playing a role in the development of breast cancer metastasis has been identified and may help to predict disease progression and serve as a target for development of future breast cancer therapies. The gene called serum deprivation […]

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