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  • Re: Breast cancer treatment alternatives.

    Mastectomy for stage 1 DCIS? Not what I would do, and I think it is horrific that so many millions of women are led into unneeded mastectomies.  When it comes to cancer treatment, mainstream medicine continues to cling to the largely failed paridigm of trying to cut out, poison out or burn out the symptoms of cancer without ...
    Posted to Health Conditions (Forum) by Dquixote1217 on August 31, 2010
  • Asking the obvious

    Someone finally bothered to ask the question: does breast screening work? The answer is a damning and resounding no, as our cover story this month makes clear. No breast screening programme anywhere is making the slightest impact on cancer mortality. According to the prestigious Cochrane Collaboration, which carried out one of the most extensive ...
  • Health care for women

    My friends are organising a major sponsorship event, originally for the benefit of 'Breast Cancer rsearch'.  However, two of the women involved are unhappy with modern medicione and would prefer to find a charity that promotes natural medicine either for the treatment of breast cancer or for womens wellbeing in general. ...
    Posted to Healthy Living (Forum) by sfrogg on March 1, 2010
  • irregular periods and pcos

    My name is Drew and I'm a 21 year old woman. I've always had irregular periods and at my last gynecologist appointment my doctor took a blood sample and suggested that I may have PCOS based on the hormone levels that she found in my blood. As far as I know, these are the only symptoms that I have of PCOS. She then told me that it is ...
    Posted to Health Conditions (Forum) by arabian113 on January 13, 2010
  • Breast Cancer Deception Month – Hiding the Truth beneath a Sea of Pink

    Breast Cancer Deception Month – Hiding the Truth beneath a Sea of PinkTony M. IsaacsOctober 23, 2009As we near the end of Breast Cancer Awareness Month once again and from shore to shore the country has been awash in a sea of pink – from pink ribbons and donation boxes to pink products, charity promotions, celebrities by the score and ...
    Posted to Healthy Living (Forum) by Dquixote1217 on October 23, 2009
  • Re: A cheap way to stay on the healthy side of life.

    The cheapest and simplest way is to drink Kangen water, which is the highest quality alkaline, ionized water. It can be made in your home through a small medical device which hooks up to your faucet. All you need is a faucet and an electric outlet and this water can be made in unlimited quantities! The device is even portable, so you can take it ...
    Posted to Healthy Living (Forum) by hdolgin on October 22, 2009
  • Re: persistent cough but only when talking or physical exercise

    There is a special kind of water, made according to a Japanese medical technology, which helps all of the body's systems to work better. You can read about it at Let me know where you are located, I may be able to contact someone who can give you some to try for free.  You can call me for more info at 917 ...
    Posted to Healthy Living (Forum) by hdolgin on October 22, 2009
  • Re: Water ionizers (producing alkaline and acid water) - the best is Kangen water!

    Hi! I have been drinking alkaline restructured water, called Kangen water, for about 6 months now and have experienced great benefits, such as weight loss, better sleep, more energy, smoother skin and a younger appearance. My husband lost about 15 lbs. in three months with no other changes to his lifestyle, and his heartburn is gone. We ...
    Posted to Healthy Living (Forum) by hdolgin on October 22, 2009
  • Re: migraine help

    I have suffered with migraine for over 40 years until I heard about the benefits of Xocai healthy chocolate from my sister in Autralia.  All my family use to suffer from migraine so I couldn't just put it down to hormonal every month.  Doctors gave me all kinds of pills potions and injections till I was blue in the face.  ...
    Posted to Health Conditions (Forum) by xocai-Lady on August 5, 2009
  • Re: High grade Ductal Carcinoma in Situ - 4.5 cms

    Anyone with cancer - especially breast cancer should look at the video link on Puts it all in perspective Graeme Delglyn Resources For Life Ltd
    Posted to Health Conditions (Forum) by graemegdelglyn on February 3, 2009
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