Category Archives: Dr. Ali’s Breast Cancer Course

DR. ALI’S TOP SEVEN FOR BREAST CANCER

Majid Ali, M.D. Things to Know When Breast Cancer Is Diagnosed. If you panic, you won’t make it. Science, Philosophy, and Basics of Cancer Treatment Science: Cancer is an energy problem. A cancer cell is an oxygen-starved, acid-bloated cell Philosophy: Your cancer does not determine who you are.T The outcome of cancer treatment depends most on the individual’s ability to

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When Is Progesterone Anti-Cancer? When Is It Pro-Cancer?

Majid Ali, M.D. Natural Progesterone Is Anti-Cancer. Synthetic Progesterone Is Pro-Cancer  Below is text from an important paper by Mohammed et al. published in journal Nature on July 16, 2015. Progesterone receptor modulates ERα action in breast Cancer – Abstract Progesterone receptor (PR) expression is used as a biomarker of oestrogen receptor-α (ERα) function and breast cancer prognosis. Here we show that PR

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More Common and More Dangerous Breast Cancer Among Black Women

Majid Ali, M.D. Here are disturbing aspects of breast cancer among African-American Women: Black women have not benefited from advances in diagnosis and treatment that have sharply improved survival rates from breast cancer for white women. The median age at diagnosis is 58 for black women and 62 for white women. The median age for breast cancer death is 62

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Dr. Ali’s IBER Method of Breast Self-Exam

Majid Ali, M.D. Ignore-the-Nrest-Examine-the Ribs (IBER) Method of Self Examination Nearly every woman has cysts in her breast. Most women also have calcium deposits in their mammary tissues. Pathologists recognize microscopic changes of inflammation in nearly all breast specimens. Inflammation causes more cysts and increases the risk of breast cancer. So, its elimination or reduction is important in this age

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Double Mastectomy for Breast Atypia – Beware of Unnecessary Mastectomy

Majid Ali, M.D. Beware of Unnecessary Mastectomy Series This week I saw a 96-year-old woman. She told me she double mastectomy done about forty earlier because she had breast atypia. The term atypia is diagnosed by pathologists and generally understood well only by surgeons. It was surprising to hear a 96-year pronounce the word precisely. She was a clear-headed legally blind woman

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