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• Have sickle cell trait or sickle cell disease

While conventional medicine focuses on early detection as primary prevention of breast cancer, a more rational approach is to reduce as many risk factors as possible while simultaneously utilizing those dietary and lifestyle factors associated with breast cancer prevention. Here are just a few important considerations:
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<li>Women with the highest ratio of the long-chain omega-3 fatty acids EPA+DHA to omega-6 fatty acids (the omega-3:omege-6 ratio) have a 67% reduced risk of breast cancer – <a href=”http://”>Click here to get a blood test kit to determine your omega-3:omega-6 ratio. Enter DOCTORMURRAY to receive $50 off when checking out.</a></li>
<li>Women who regularly engage in exercise have a statistically significant lower risk (up to 60% reduction) of developing breast cancer compared to women with low levels of activity.</li>
<li>Obesity is perhaps the most significant dietary factor as it carries with it at least a 30% increased risk for developing breast cancer.</li>
<li>In addition to alpha-linolenic acid, flaxseeds and flaxseed oil are also the most abundant sources of anticancer compounds known as lignans.</li>
<li>Studies have shown that increasing the intake of cabbage family vegetables or taking I3C or DIM as a dietary supplement significantly increases the conversion of estrogen from cancer-producing forms to non-toxic breakdown products.</li>
<li>Studies have suggested that breast cancer rates are lower in Japan in part because people there typically drink about 3 cups of green tea daily.</li>
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For more information on steps you can take to reduce the risk of breast cancer, please refer to the corresponding chapter in the 3<sup>rd</sup> Edition of <a href=”http:///books/encyclopedia-of-natural-medicine/”><i>The Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine</i>.</a>

It’s like smoking. If you take identical twins and one smokes but the other doesn’t, the smoker is going to end up with a significantly higher white cell count. In Japan, for example, as smoking rates have steadily dropped, so has the normal white count range, such that about 8% of never smoking men would now be flagged as having abnormally low white counts if you used a cutoff like 4. But, that’s because most people were smoking before, when they set that cutoff. So, maybe 3 would be a better lower limit. The inflammation caused by smoking may actually be one of the reasons cigarettes increase the risk of heart attacks, strokes, and other inflammatory diseases. So, do people who have lower white counts have less heart disease, cancer, and overall mortality? Yes, yes, and yes. People with lower white blood cell counts live longer. “Even within the normal range,” every one point drop may be associated with a 20% drop in the risk of premature death.

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