Breast Cancer: The Latest Research That Can Save Lives

Available for Interviews: Dr. Eldred Taylor

Interview Dr. Eldred Taylor to answer all of your women’s health questions regarding hormonal imbalances and how to correct them. Dr. Taylor is a leader in the hormone industry and is passionate about helping women while using a holistic functional medicine approach.

What Dr. Taylor Can Say in an Interview on Breast Cancer:

Facts

    • Breast cancer is striking women in the prime of their lives. Women in the United States have a breast cancer rate of approximately 12%. The rate of premenopausal (before age 50) breast cancer has increased by 30% in the last thirty years.
    • One out of eight American women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime. Thirty to forty of every 100,000 women in the United States will die of breast cancer. The rate of breast cancer has increased by 1% a year since 1940. Media coverage has increased public awareness and the fear of breast cancer in the U.S. Continue reading “Breast Cancer: The Latest Research That Can Save Lives”

4 Critical Tests for Women Over 40

Interview Dr. Mimi Secor

Dr. Mimi Secor can discuss in depth on how to manage depression with proper attention to lifestyle adjustments. Combined with medication, research has proved promising in managing depression more effectively.

Talking Points from Dr. Mimi Secor 
on the Lifestyle Effects on Depression:

1. Mammograms

For average-risk women, the American Cancer Society (ACS) recommends mammography screening begin at age 45 and be repeated every year until age 55, then every 2 years. Mammography is the recommended screening test for breast cancer so it is very important that women follow the ACS guidelines. Women who are at high risk should be referred to a breast expert or breast center for management. 1 in 8 women will develop breast cancer in their lives, and by age 50 the risk is approximately 1 in 50 women. This is a real threat to women and why life-saving mammography is so important.

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