The breast cancer/dietary fat relationship, once a key point in getting American women to switch their eating habits, has now been seriously challenged. A prominent Harvard study of nearly 90,000 American nurses,
(In response to a reader's question concerning Dr. Mercola's views on The China Study) I've seen the views of Dr. Mercola several times, and this is my response:
Question: What is your response to: "A role for milk proteins and their peptides in cancer prevention", by PW Parodi (Current Pharmaceutical Design 13: 813-828, 2007).
Answer to a Reader's Question: Although there are many arguments favoring the nutritional imbalance explanation of cancer, one of the more striking for me was the experimental animal studies discussed in Chapter 3 in my book, The China Study.
The toll from prostate cancer is immense. In the U.S., one out of every ten men will be diagnosed with this devastating disease.