Hormone Therapy Library
by: Gino Tutera, M.D., F.A.C.O.G.
ABSTRACT: The Women’s Health Initiative in the year 2002 shocked the world with its findings. The study demonstrated a combination of conjugated estrogen and a synthetic progestin increased the incidence of breast cancer after three years of usage. The study did not qualify this to this regimen, but concluded that all estrogen and progesterone would do likewise.
A total of 976 women were treated from 1992 to 2002 with subcutaneous bio-identical estradiol and testosterone pellets, and there were zero cases of breast, endometrial, or ovarian cancer even in the individuals utilizing the therapy for over twenty years.
Journal of Spanish Society of Anti-Aging Medicine and Longevity
SUMMARY: “[A] clean environment is essential for human health and well-being. Key elements to minimize the impact of environmental factors are eating healthy, staying active physically and mentally, avoiding harmful toxicants and pollutants. Healthy nutrition is essential, beginning with fetal development. Lifelong nutrition is strongly connected with health in later years. …
However, individual actions are not enough and policy interventions at many levels are necessary. …
These policies are examples of interventions that would help to address the oncoming wave of age-related chronic disease.”