May 18, 2011 Did you know that inflammation in the breast has been linked to the development and progression of breast cancer?
Dr. Mercola, with the most popular natural … Read more >
Millions of dollars are again being spent to scare the public away from taking effective level of vitamin D3 supplements, that can block the development of invasive breast cancer in U.S. women.
Last summer Big Pharma sponsored a Vitamin D3 … Read more >
Those are two silly things to do if … Read more >
Gloucester artist, Charles Movalli, has donated a 20″ x 24″ framed oil painting of Gloucester Harbor to benefit the work of the National Breast Cancer Prevention Project.
His gift is donated in memory of the beloved Gloucester artist, Carlene … Read more >
Women of childbearing age, in many states around the U.S. today, face historically high invasive breast cancer levels. The American Cancer Society’s (ACS’) recent study, published Feb 22, in the American Association for Cancer Research, is incorrect when it … Read more >
Increasing numbers of younger American women were diagnosed with invasive breast cancer during the past eight years. According to American Cancer Society statistics, pre-menopausal women (under age 54) had a 41% increase in invasive breast cancer from 2002 to 2010. … Read more >
In 2009, about 62,520 women of childbearing age in the United States were diagnosed with invasive breast cancer. This is a whopping 41% increase from 2001, when approximately 44, 300 women of childbearing age were reportedly diagnosed with the disease, … Read more >
May 6, 2010
Manchester by the Sea, MA
A woman’s risk of developing aggressive triple negative breast cancer seems to increase 4- fold for individuals who are either taking birth control drugs or are taking the breast cancer drug, Tamoxifen.… Read more >