The CVD and Cancer Insanity Cycle : What Should we do if What we are Doing Isn’t Working?

By Neal Rouzier, MD As clinicians we try to be problem solvers. It is part of our training, try to figure out what’s wrong, and then to fix it. Problem solved. However, what should we do if what we are doing isn’t working? Keep doing the same thing? What if the patient does not get better?
By Deirdre Nitsche | Blog . Cancer . CVD

How Hormones are Disrupting the Oncology Industry

I need assistance. I have a new patient 49 who came to me with history of 7-year survival of breast cancer, estrogen positive, and she was on tamoxifen for 3 years but told her oncologist that she would commit suicide if she was not taken off.

By Deirdre Nitsche | Blog . Cancer . Case Studies . Disease

Clearing Up Controversy about Hormones and Cancer

Clearing Up Controversy about Hormones and Cancer Since the 2002 report known as The Women’s Health Initiative (WHI) Trial, Prempro sales have fallen to $161 million annually and more than 10,000 lawsuits have been filed against Pfizer by women, who declared the company’s HRT drug lead to their development of breast cancer and other health
By Worldlink Medical | Blog . Cancer . HRT Evidence Based Literature