Synopses & Reviews
A breakthrough twenty-step program for reducing your breast cancer risk by up to 90 percent!
--Includes exciting news about a safe form of hormone replacement therapy
Do you know that only 20 to 30 percent of breast cancer is due to heredity? That means that most forms of breast cancer can be avoided. Unfortunately, most doctors are unaware of the latest findings about what causes breast cancer and how women can protect themselves. Based on Dr. Edward Conley's original research, as well as landmark scientific studies, this book delivers a complete twenty-step breast cancer prevention plan that includes information on:
- Simple, inexpensive tests that measure how at-risk you are
- Vitamins and supplements that can bolster your breast-cancer suppression genes
- Antioxidants that naturally protect your breasts from the causes of breast cancer
- Delicious and inexpensive foods that cut breast cancer risk by up to 50 percent
- How to avoid or neutralize chemicals and food additives that increase your risk
- A safe form of estrogen that controls menopausal symptoms without increasing your breast cancer risk
A breakthrough 20-step program that reducesbreast cancer risk and gives you thelatest information on new therapies
Written by the host of the PBS special ”ReducingYour Breast Cancer Risk,” this book outlinesthe 20 proven steps women can take to significantlylower breast cancer risk, and shatters generally-acceptedmyths about breast cancer and hormonereplacement therapy. With information on supplementsthat can bolster your breast cancer suppression genes,antioxidants that can protect breasts from damage, andhousehold chemicals that silently increase risk, TheBreast Cancer Prevention Plan is essential reading.
About the Author
Edward Conley, M.D., is an assistant clinical professor of medicine at Michigan State University and an affiliate physician of the Cleveland Clinic. He is the author of America Exhausted and host of the PBS special "10 Secrets to Reducing Your Breast Cancer Risk," airing on 100 stations in the United States and Canada.