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How CEOs respond to a cancer diagnosis

How CEOs respond to a cancer diagnosis

In a recent contribution entitled This Doctor Believes Entrepreneurs Manage a Cancer Diagnosis Better Than Most I responded with the following.  It is the substance of a much larger discussion we should have.  “I have a diagnosis of cancer.”  Now what? Cancer Risk Benefit Management All CEOs make decisions based on only 75% of the evidence. You never have 100% of the evidence. What you have stated here is that CEOs become active and not passive participants. The greatest danger of…

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Five Quick Health Tips

Five Quick Health Tips

Five Vital Health Tips Here’s a quick overview of five health recommendations that can make a huge difference in the your health and longevity. These are not easy recommendations.  But think how you can start these today. 1. Never drink tap water.  Obviously, tap water varies from locality to locality. We certainly have catastrophic examples in the past such as Love Canal and more recently Flint, Michigan. But even in the Silicon Valley the groundwater is contaminated. Toxic chemicals are…

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Iron Therapy and Oxidative Free Radicals – Part III

Iron Therapy and Oxidative Free Radicals – Part III

We talked about the essentials of iron metabolism, iron uptake and iron control in part 1 and 2.  Now let’s try to unravel the mystery of iron therapy.  But first we take a side trip into oxygenation, reactive oxygen species (ROS) and free radicals. In reading through the literature it is obvious this is a very complex subject. Far more complex than is usually admitted. And I have alluded to many controversies where another binary choice is offered. Either you…

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Let’s Revolutionize Prostate Cancer

Let’s Revolutionize Prostate Cancer

A New Approach to Prostate Cancer It is time.  We need to rationally approach prostate cancer with new tools.  Imaging first — biopsy last. In 2004 Dr. Thomas Stamey, Chief of Urology at Stanford, published a seminal article, heralding the end of the PSA era.  He was known as the “the father of the PSA.”  This was not greeted with great applause.  He concluded that PSA testing was not an accurate measure of prostate cancer.  In subsequent years, he has…

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