Common Link Why HRT Increases Breast Cancer and Alzheimer's Disease: Reduced DHEA

k p Collins kpaulc at [----------]earthlink.net
Wed Feb 11 19:11:00 EST 2004


Hi James,

I heard a Report on NPR, yester-'day', that
discussed how hormone therapy [specifically,
testosterone 'therapy'] is being considered with
respect to "male menopause".

A researcher interviewed [or quoted] during the
Report predicted that incidence of prostate cancer
would increase as a result of such 'therapy'.

So, your position matters, and I Applaud the
Dilligence with which you pursue it.

The molecular dynamics occur as they do
be-cause of evolutionarily-calculated Reasons,
and it's good to keep this in-mind when folks
explore altering what they 'think' are "isolated'
elements of what is actually globally-calculated
and integrated stuff.

ken [k. p. collins]

"James Michael Howard" <jmhoward at arkansas.net> wrote in message
news:9n7l20pcp0k6qbmehleaqii5drg4e0hn32 at 4ax.com...
> The Common Link of HRT increases Breast Cancer and Alzheimer's disease:
reduced
> DHEA
>
> Copyright 2004, James Michael Howard, Fayetteville, Arkansas, U.S.A.
>
> In 1985 I suggested low dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) may result in
Alzheimer's
> disease in vulnerable individuals.  In 1994, I suggested low DHEA may be
> involved in triggering cancer.  Both of these have since received support.
It
> was recently reported that hormone replacement therapy (HRT) increases
breast
> cancer in some women.  Today, February 11, 2004, I discovered that the FDA
> reported that HRT increases Alzheimer's disease in some women.
>
> HRT is known to reduce DHEA.  In older women, whose DHEA has already
declined
> naturally, HRT reduces DHEA further.  I suggest this is the common link by
which
> HRT increases breast cancer and Alzheimer's disease.  HRT reduces DHEA.
(I
> invite you to read this in more detail" "How Hormone Replacement Therapy
(HRT)
> May Cause Breast Cancer" at www.anthropogeny.com/research.html ).
>
> James Michael Howard
> www.anthropogeny.com





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