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And she is still feminine. This “alternative” treatment should be standard, mainstream medicine, but it is hidden because it makes no money for Pharma.

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This post took 11 hours to compile, interview, and write. The original research for the applicable sections of my book took months. You need 5 minutes to read it and 7 minutes to listen at normal speed.

THE FOLLOWING IS AN EXCERPT FROM HORMONE SECRETS, my book about bioidentical hormones.

Can hormones be used to treat cancer? Yes. Testosterone suppresses breast cancer. Oral estradiol is safe and efficacious for treating prostate cancer. Patients using these hormones do not get damaging deficiency syndromes. Whether they work better than the industry’s conventional therapies is unknown. Costly studies will never be done because human hormones can rarely be patented—they are unprofitable compared to patent drugs.

Estrogen blockers are conventional therapies for estrogen-sensitive breast tumors. But these cause menopause symptoms and, over time, ruin health. Since testosterone is broken down into estrogen, traditional doctors think that using it in these cases is improper, especially if the patients are taking blockers.

Rebecca Glaser, MD, published her successful experience treating breast cancer using implantable pellets combining testosterone and a blocker drug. She placed these under the skin close to the cancers. Charles Mok, DO, shrank a woman’s breast cancer 75 percent in six months using testosterone pellets (personal communication. He wrote Testosterone, Strong Enough for a Man, Made for a Woman, 2018). Testosterone shrinks breast cancer in animals as well.

I have heard from Dr. Glaser’s breast cancer patients that she treats them with about three times the customary menopause testosterone pellet dosage—about three mg per pound. This likely produces blood levels over 600 ng/dl. For reference, postmenopausal women receive a pellet dose of one mg per pound, which produces blood levels of 200 to 300 ng/dl. This makes most women feel great (recall my superwomen). The usual pellet dose for a man is 10 mg per pound. This may produce blood levels of 1500 ng/dl. Weekly injections of inexpensive testosterone cypionate provide similar effects as pellets.

Side effects: Recall that high doses of testosterone for women potentially cause deep voices, enlarged clitorises, and active, possibly overactive sexuality. The women I know who use these doses for athletics do not mind, but they dislike hair growth and acne. These may be treated with laser hair removal and acne medications including spironolactone.

Synthetic progestins such as Provera cause some breast cancer, but bio-identical progesterone is at worst neutral. No published literature recommends against using it for breast cancer patients. One idea favoring it is that young women with high blood levels do not get cancer.

You can find physicians online who treat breast cancer with testosterone. Consult them over the phone if they are distant. Study Glaser’s for more—she is a leader.

Should hormone therapy be used for breast cancer survivors? Yes—over 50 published studies confirm this. The mainstream recommendation is to wait five years after diagnosis before starting treatment, but some sources say to only wait one year if there is no tumor extension beyond the capsule of the armpit lymph nodes. Some studies have shown double the breast cancer recurrence rate in women who are left untreated.

The following are articles published by Rebecca Glaser, MD, about her use of testosterone to treat breast cancer. There are more on her website HERE. Dr. Glasier also uses the estrogen blocker anastrozole, but this is toxic and may not be optimal. Cindy has been taken off this by her current doctors.

CINDY is currently taking:

  • Estradiol capsules 2 mg a day

  • Progesterone capsules 200 mg twice a day

  • Testosterone cream 200 mg/cc 1/2 cc a day

  • DHEA 10 mg a day

She now has testosterone levels over 1500, the high-normal range for a man.

TO FIND A DOCTOR, read Hormone Secrets.

ANOTHER EXAMPLE of treatments that work but are not part of western medicine are the keto and carnivore diets. These can be successful for chronic inflammatory disorders such as cancer and autoimmune disorders. They also may improve depression, anxiety, and polycystic ovarian disease. Some patients are able to discontinue their medications.

Mikhaila Peterson, Jordan Peterson’s daughter, has Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis (JRA). She had such severe ankle arthritis that she could hardly walk and was contemplating joint replacements. She was also diagnosed with depression and bipolar disease. After she started the carnivore diet, her inflammatory and psych symptoms faded and she quit all her medications. Her YouTube video is a wonderful testimonial:

Her father Jordan had so much anxiety that he became addicted to clonazepam, (Klonopin), a benzodiazepine related to valium. He was so desperate that he traveled to Russia for a month-long treatment with heavy sedation. This nearly killed him. He was cured by an entirely beef diet.

To learn more about keto/carnivore diets and learn how taking vitamin D can also help, study Dr. Greg Dennis’s podcast archives at FitRx. Start HERE. I listen to them all.

THE WORST MEDICAL CARE today is done by psychiatry, oncology, and urology, in that order. The first offers treatments that in the aggregate are worse than nothing (see Butchered and several posts in my Substack archive). Oncology is ineffective for the vast majority of their cases. They neglect hopeful therapies such as testosterone for breast cancer, estrogen for prostate cancer, and many others. Some medications that are off-patent, such as the ivermectin relatives, also show promise for curing certain cancers. But these are never studied because the outsize profits can never be harvested.

Oncologists have a few successful treatments for cancer, but much of what they do is toxic and barely extends life. Their studies that claim the “successes” are designed and promoted by drug companies. These almost always use use “surrogate endpoints” such as blood test improvement or tumor shrinkage rather than life extension. Worse yet, they lie statistically by using relative rather than the absolute risk in their analyses. I explained this in Butchered by “Healthcare:”

Study authors and the media often report results in terms of RELATIVE rather than ABSOLUTE numbers, which may vastly overstate the advantages of a therapy. Here is how it works.

To understand, consider a medication that cuts heart attack rates in half, from 2 percent a year to one percent. This RELATIVE risk improvement sounds great, but it is misleading and some would say fraudulent. The all-important ABSOLUTE risk improvement—decrease in heart attacks for everyone who gets the therapy—is only one percent. Only one percent of those who took the drug benefitted.

As for urology, Lupron treatment of prostate cancer is another example of how both doctors and patients swallow statistical trickery. The lies go down easily for most doctors because they get paid 20 percent of the wholesale drug cost for any medications given in their offices. But patients are frequently damaged, pay extortionate prices, and may find that this chemotherapy does not help. From Butchered:

Lupron is an atrocious drug. Men feel terrible, get hot flashes, and become impotent. Some have weight gain, fatigue, muscle loss, anemia, Alzheimer’s disease, and osteoporosis. It also causes strokes, heart attacks, diabetes, and sudden death.

Otis Brawley, former head of the American Cancer Society,  says men are dying earlier because of Lupron therapy. This drug and others have decreased prostate cancer deaths by 30 percent since 1990, but all-cause deaths may have increased because the drug is so toxic:

Widespread use of [anti-] hormonal agents is causing men to die of cardiovascular disease and diabetes before they would ordinarily die of prostate cancer. That’s what I suspect is taking place. If urologists stop prescribing these drugs as widely as they used to, we will see deaths from prostate cancer inch up. That could be good news. Some men who would have died earlier with strokes and heart attacks caused by hormonal treatments of their asymptomatic disease would now live long enough to die of their prostate cancer.

How We Do Harm (2012)

Radical prostatectomy is a final example of greed and therapeutic failure. See Butchered by “Healthcare” to learn about this.

“LEGAL” DISCLAIMER: If your life is on the line, do your homework. I am making no specific recommendations. If you are sick, seek the advice of licensed practitioners. Always be respectful, but you don’t have to do what they tell you. If you have time, explore every avenue that you can find. The material here is not specific medical advice. Use it at your own risk.

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