We want to let you know that if you choose chemotherapy or radiation, we can help your body stay stronger during the process, so it may incur less damage and have more strength. Progressive takes an integrative approach that works in conjunction with chemotherapy and/or radiation to assist with the toxic side effects. We support the patient’s immune system so it can help with recovery and quality of life.
Supplements are a key piece of the puzzle when it comes to cancer treatment. In this episode, we discuss the best vitamins & minerals patients can use to help battle cancer.
Your body is a temple and what you put into your body matters. It has an impact on your health and overall well-being. When you change your diet, you can change your life! In this episode, we discuss the best diet & nutrition options available for patients battling cancer.
Even though there is not currently a cure for cancer, there are still numerous treatments that can be offered to help fight cancer. In this episode, we discuss the different treatment options available for patients battling cancer.
1 out of 2 men & 1 out of 3 women will suffer from cancer at some point in their life. We don’t say these statistics to scare you but to help understand the magnitude of this disease. In this episode, we discuss what causes cancer, the different types of cancer, and the signs & symptoms of it.
1 in 8 women will develop invasive breast cancer in their lifetime. You don’t have to be one of them. Breast cancer is a disease in which breast cells grow at an uncontrollable rate. There are many kinds of breast cancer but the most common are “invasive ductal carcinoma” and “invasive lobular carcinoma.” Fortunately, there are things you can do to help prevent this disease.
Many questions are unanswered about who will get breast cancer and why. However, there are many well-researched facts that help with the prevention and overall health of the breast. Breast tissue is a sensitive type of tissue that responds to hormones' stimulus to environmental toxicity.
Part of preventing an occurrence or re-occurrence is knowing what happened in the first place. An extensive history as well as testing to understand one’s individual biochemistry is critically important, especially in the complexity of breast cancer.
There is a single diagnosis that terrifies us all, and that is cancer. But even with that singular diagnosis, there is no “one size fits all” approach.
50% of women will have breast cancer cells in their breasts by age 40-50. These are the findings on autopsy when a female dies unexpectantly in a car wreck. However, 50% of all women do not go on to have a full-blown diagnosis of breast cancer.
According to the CDC, breast cancer is the second most common cause of death in women. In 2010, an estimated 207,090 new cases of invasive breast cancer are expected to occur in women. Men need to be vigilant, too, as 1,970 new cases will occur in men. Here are the 7 practices we recommend to help prevent breast cancer.