Dr Nicole Simone discusses innovative NIH sponsored research she is doing regarding breast cancer and nutrition.
NICOLE L. SIMONE, M.D. Inducted into Italian-American National Hall of Fame: a Radiation Oncologist, Research Scientist, and Co-Leader of Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center Program at Jefferson University Hospitals in Philadelphia, PA, and community activist. She was chosen because of her many outstanding accomplishments including cancer research and treatment, especially breast and prostate cancer by integrating a healthy low calorie diet that leads to better outcomes.
Studies from 1992 show that hormonal treatment for early stage breast cancer is as good as or better than chemotherapy. A 2018 study (TAILORx) using analysis of 21 genes that costs $4,620 per test arrives at the same conclusion. BUT THIS GENE INFORMATION DOES NOT PROVIDE ANY NEW TREATMENT INFORMATION.
Dr Simone in Grace Cathedral Church discussing his Ten Point Plan for Prevention and Cancer Life Extension especially for breast cancer.
Dr Charles Simone discusses Breast Cancer Prevention, Detection, and Treatment as well as Women’s Health issues.
Dr Simone discusses the Truth About Breast Health and Breast Cancer Risk Factors
BEATING THE ODDS AGAINST BREAST CANCER WITH NUTRITION
What you eat influences cancer initiation and progression.
Fasting less than 13 hours per night was associated with an increase risk of breast cancer recurrence compared with fasting 13 or more hours per night.
In one study OB/GYN physicians found less lumps compared to internists, family practitioners, or any other physician who spent more time in doing the exam.
Triple negative breast cancer is less likely to spread, or metastasize, to new sites in the body when fed a restricted diet.
Eye exposure to bright white light during the night suppresses melatonin production. Melatonin, in complete darkness, stops the growth of established small cancers because of its oncostatic effect.
Bilateral mastectomies do not extend life compared to having a single mastectomy or treatment with lumpectomy and radiation therapy.