Bioidentical Hormones, a True Prevention for Breast Cancer

Wednesday, October 21, 2009 General News
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MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 21 -- For a sample of prevention awareness on Breast Cancer and overall health, there are key

terms one is suggested to start on: BRCA; DHEA;  Estradiol; Estriol; Free radicals; Insulin resistance; Melatonin; Premarin; Progesterone; SHBG; vitamin D.

Some will be covered by Dr. Khalid Mahmud as the Special

Guest; he will deliver the keynote 'An Oncologist View of Hormones and Breast Cancer: How to Safely Treat Patients with Hormones'.

Being informed on prevention is key to good health; unfortunately today, by some, prevention is being diluted into what it is not.  A few years ago, the term 'prevention' was rarely part of the vocabulary in orthodox medicine; lately it is often perplexed and exchangeable with the likes of 'avoid', and used all too commonly with implications meant to blur.  You can now find to avoid Breast Cancer with 'Chemoprevention', a good program, but an irony in expression that has no shame.

Prevention through Bioidentical Hormones is proving to be a giant among giants for reasons of common sense to women and men.  Whether synthetic or not, Bioidentical Hormones have the definition of being the identical chemical structure to what the human body produces, it cannot be outdone by Para-identical counterparts that command patent pendings.

Dr. Mahmud who is quadruple certified in Oncology; Hematology; Internal Medicine and Anti-Aging Medicine, and former member of FDA panel on devices and radiological health, believes that by changing or altering certain natural substances ever so slightly, to then administer them as replacement for its natural counterpart has been leading to dangerous risks that assist in causing cancer for unsuspecting clients.  This is backed up by studies pointed out in his book "Keeping aBreast" Ways to Prevent Breast Cancer.

Money rose for cures on Breast Cancer, gets mixed results and often inadequately delivered, some currently accepted practices are literally worse than nothing at all.  There is little in true prevention, Dr. Mahmud believes Prevention should have a leading role in fundraising awareness campaigns while cures should still be pursued.

Keeping aBreast is endorsed by Suzanne Somers in her book Breakthrough; Dr. Mahmud has been featured on NBC KARE, FOX 9 Morning News, and speaker for the World Health Summit.

For media inquiries please contact Miranda Spigener, Publicist, 832-452-6068, miranda@vervestar.com

SOURCE Dr. Khalid Mahmud



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