Colorectal cancer is one of the leading cancers and the death rate has remained virtually the same since 1930 which means there has been essentially no progress in the treatment of these cancers. Lifestyle changes according to our Ten Point Plan can decrease your risk for developing colorectal cancer and also help to increase your lifespan if you do have it. Early detection is discussed. Please watch the videos.
With Linda Johnson, Dr Simone discusses Obesity Prevention and Treatment, Fiber, KidStart Prevention Program, and the Simone Ten Point Plan.
The Simone KidStart Prevention ProgramTM was first started in 1983 by Charles B. Simone, M.D. It is described as the only prevention program in the country. The key to prevention is to teach our children early in life about a healthy lifestyle.
Dr Simone in Grace Cathedral Church discussing his Ten Point Plan for Prevention and Cancer Life Extension especially for breast cancer.
Dr Simone discusses PROSTATE CANCER PREVENTION, DETECTION, AND TREATMENT in a two part interview.
OFTEN NEGLECTED AND UNDIAGNOSED CAUSE OF WOMEN’S CHEST PAIN – CORONARY MICROVASCULAR ANGINA (SYNDROME X)
Microvascular angina affects mainly women, and occurs predominately in postmenopausal women. These women are often neglected and diagnosed as having “non-cardiac” chest pain, and are sometimes given no treatment.
Your health insurance premiums are out of control. The second leading cost for businesses and unions is health care premiums. We can help you. America spends the most on health care, ranks last among the top 19 nations, and has one of the highest infant mortality rates and obesity rates, and has a lower life expectancy rate.
Survival and progression-free survival was the same for those who received intermittent treatment compared to those who received continuous androgen deprivation.
Men who reported frequent ejaculation in adult life had a lower risk for prostate cancer and prostatitis.
There are more than 200 human papillomaviruses (HPVs) and 40 HPVs are spread through direct sexual contact, from the skin and mucous membranes of infected people to the skin and mucous membranes of their partners. They can be spread by vaginal, anal, and oral sex.
Four FDA approved drugs to treat Alzheimer’s are essentially ineffective: Aricept, Razadyne, Namenda, Exelon and produce forgetfulness and confusion, the very symptoms for which the drugs were prescribed. The price tag: $203 billion in 2013. But Vitamin E and Folic Acid are effective.