CATEGORY: Cancer


Why Does BioBalance Health only Prescribe Testosterone Pellets to Men and Women?

Why is the Type and Delivery Method of Testosterone Replacement so Important? One of the questions I receive from friends and acquaintances who are considering starting testosterone pellets is, “Why do you treat men and women ONLY with testosterone pellets?”.[...]
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Lowered Risk of Invasive Breast Cancer with Testosterone Implants

How can testosterone in pellet form can decrease the risk of breast cancer? One in eight women in North America are at risk of developing breast cancer during their lifetime. Research has shown that there are genetic factors as well[...]
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Reduced Breast Cancer Incidents in Women Treated with Subcutaneous Testosterone.

Subcutaneous testosterone pellet every three to four months can also prevent the recurrence of breast cancer. There are numerous delivery methods for testosterone replacement for women. These methods include oral, sublingual (under the tongue), vaginal tablets and pills, transdermal cream[...]
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Your Blood Type Determines Your Susceptibility to Different Infections

Your blood type controls what your immune system views as dangerous. We all have a blood type, either O, A, B or AB.  The original blood type was O, and it is the most common blood type in the world. [...]
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What is the Worry About Bio-Identical Hormones?

Your free testosterone numbers should be at a level that corresponds to the levels you had when you were younger. Dr. Maupin regularly receives questions from her patients and from their physicians about bioidentical hormone replacement. Many physicians are not[...]
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Clinical Treatment for Post-Menopausal Bleeding

Postmenopausal bleeding is defined as uterine bleeding after a woman has been menopausal for a year or more. Before menopause women have periods every 21-30 days, or monthly.  Most women can anticipate when they are going to have a period[...]
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Obesity and Early Onset Colorectal Cancer

The Many Dangers of Obesity may now Include Colorectal Cancer. Women who have genetic predispositions to develop cancers and are under the age of 50 are more at risk if their BMI is over 24.5. In fact, the risk is[...]
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Treatment Choices and Sexuality with Regard to Breast Cancer

The different treatments for breast cancer, and their impact on your sexuality This week we are talking about a question written to Dr. Roach and published in the St. Louis Post Dispatch, a letter written by a 68 -year old[...]
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Testosterone blood Levels don’t always indicate your need for testosterone

A man can have a normal Testosterone level and feel terrible, if he has a lot of Estrogen. I look at the metabolic activity of T in individuals as an interplay between blood levels of T and the receptor sites[...]
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Got Testosterone? – A New Book by Dr. Kathy Maupin and Brett Newcomb

Got Testosterone? - A book for men, and the women who love them. 4 years ago, we wrote a book called The Secret Female Hormone, after almost 30 years as a gynecologist Dr. Maupin had a personal experience of the[...]
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