Berkeley, California (PRWEB) October 31, 2007
Every month should be Breast Cancer Awareness Month, says Dr. Lynn Fraley, founder of http://www.PreventBreastCancerNow.com. And with a little more imagination and will, she says, awareness of prevention will bring more life to the issue.
Previously unpublicized findings reveal that women can dramatically reduce their breast cancer risk. These self-care measures go beyond the usual advice about diet, exercise, and avoiding household toxins. New strategies can help stop breast cancer from developing.
Dr. Lynn Fraley reports findings that have been in medical and lay literature for over a decade. A direct relationship between alcohol consumption and breast cancer has been established. Bra use has also been implicated in breast cancer, with research showing a direct correlation between the hours a bra is worn and cancer incidence.
An underutilized screening method called thermography, an FDA approved technology that does not use radiation, can show breast tissue changes 2 to 10 years before a tumor may develop. This is time that can be used to change the course of events. Women can do more than just look and wait for breast cancer, and this is the year, not just the month, to look for better solutions to the breast cancer problem. Ladies, it’s a great day in America!
Dr. Lynn Fraley is an expert in self-care and wellness. As an educator, consultant, author, health coach and speaker she makes sense of research findings that reveal the mystery of what contributes to breast cancer and how to best to prevent it. Visit http://www.PreventBreastCancerNow.com for more information.
Dr. Lynn Fraley
Email: DrLynn @ LynnFraley.com
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