Methods for reducing the risk of breast cancer in and improving the health of women


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Morris Notelovitz

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The subject invention provides methods for evaluating women in designing appropriate menopausal and postmenopausal therapies to match the particular needs of the individual. In one embodiment, the subject invention provides methods for evaluating particular factors in menopausal and postmenopausal women that are then taken into account in identifying a therapy program to promote good health and reduce the risk of any adverse health effects as a result of the therapy, specifically the role of hormone induced/associated breast cancer. More specifically, the subject invention includes methods for evaluating menopausal and postmenopausal women to determine whether hormone replacement therapy is appropriate in this regard, and if so, the specifics of how that therapy is to be administered. The subject invention, by incorporating various factors into a comprehensive, function breast hormone profile, allows for the identification of untreated women with estrogen-related metabolic abnormalities that may increase the risk of breast cancer. The subject invention determines specific therapies to correct and/or inhibit the aberrant biosynthetic pathways, and thus, the risk of cancer. More... »

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