The Hancock-Henderson Quill, Inc.

Too Much Cancer, Still!

by Dessa Rodeffer, Quill Publisher/Owner

17 October 2007

It seems that with all the work we have been doing over the years to find a cure for cancer, it should be history by now, but we are still hearing of case after case of cancer.

I don't understand why it is taking so long to eliminate this dreaded disease from our lives.

In the past few years, I have been learning about Hormone balance and what that means and I am finding out that many researchers and studies are being conducted on using "Natural" Progesterone and Estrogen with wonderful results.

In fact, I attended the 15th annual International Anti-Aging Conference in Chicago in August and found there is a wealth of information supporting this.

Well known actress Suzanne Somers has done much in speaking out across America on living a "Hormonally Balanced Life" after she was diagnosed with breast cancer and chose balancing her hormones along with the radiation treatment that was recommended.

Dr. Pam Smith, who was an emergency room doctor in Detroit, Michigan, also spoke in Chicago, and has been interviewed as an advocate of balancing hormones for the prevention of cancer and has fought the FDA successfully for its use in emergency room treatment.

She treats patients by balancing their hormones with natural Progesterone and Estrogen using blood and saliva tests and said out of her ten clinics that she runs, she should see 147 cases of breast cancer but she has only had one case.

In September I attended a women's conference at the Butterworth Center in Moline and heard Dr. John Zarva talk to a packed crowd of women and men about hormone balance and breast cancer.

Many women had breast cancer and were anxious to hear how they could find a doctor that will help prevent disease by natural (not synthetic) hormone balance rather than just treat symptoms.

Take time to research natural hormone treatment. Research shows it can made a big difference in keeping you healthy.