The role of progesterone receptor in breast cancer Breast cancer survival could be improved by adding progesterone There is some exciting research in breast cancer treatment I want to share with you. If you are concerned about breast cancer, are currently undergoing treatment, or want to take steps to look after your breasts, this is good stuff! An international study including researchers from the University of Adelaide shows the potential benefit of adding bioidentical progesterone to standard breast cancer treatments. The role of estrogen in driving tumour growth in breast cancers is well established, but the role of progesterone is the topic of much controversy. The study published in June.
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It’s been considerable time since I last posted to my blog. My website was pushed to the background to nurse my beautiful father who on March 9 2017 passed away after a lengthy battle with prostate cancer. During one particularly awful episode in the hospital a few years before, dad on his recovery expressed his wish to die at home in his own bed. I’m one of seven siblings, now all in our 50-60s, who out of a tremendous love for dad and mum came together to make that happen. In dad’s final weeks, my husband and I, together with my two sisters, took time from our jobs to provide.
Hello Catherine I am so grateful to have found your website. I have been researching and reading for years, but have never found anything as informative as you website. I could relate to your personal story. I am a DES daughter (mother took synthetic estrogen while pregnant) and I was born having a period. By the time I was 14, I was on birth control pills to regulate non-stop bleeding along with a prescription pain pill and a diuretic. Two difficult pregnancies with monthly periods, one which landed me in ICU on the critical list. At 26, I underwent a five and a half hour surgery to remove a gangrenous.