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Steps Every Woman Must Take to Prevent Breast Cancer from the Natural Hormone Institute
Date:10/21/2009

Lowering Estrogen Dominance is Key to Decreasing Risk

Jacksonville, FL (Vocus) October 21, 2009 -- The Natural Hormone Institute, founded in 2002 to naturally treat women and men suffering from hormone imbalances, has organized six critical steps every woman must take to decrease their risk of breast cancer. Each step is designed to keep breast tissue healthy by eliminating estrogen dominance, a medical condition that occurs when the body's progesterone levels decline thus creating estrogen dominance. Elevated levels of estrogen are a well-known driver of cancerous causes in breast tissue.

"Decline in progesterone levels is a result of an age-related shift in hormone production, but can be exacerbated by weight gain and stress," says C.W. Randolph, Jr., M.D., board-certified gynecologist and medical director of the Natural Hormone Institute. "Estrogen dominance begins for most women in their early to mid 30's continuing until the menopausal years. An untreated condition of estrogen dominance leads to a significantly increased risk of breast cancer."

Eliminating, or neutralizing, estrogen dominance can prevent breast cancer and Dr. Randolph's clinical data substantiates this. "In the past decade, I have treated tens of thousands of women suffering from estrogen dominance. Of my patients, only two cases of breast cancer have been reported. My clinical data validates the value of the proactive breast care steps I recommend to all the women I treat, ; especially considering '/>"/>

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