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Contents, Issue 97, Autumn 2017
Chemotherapy – to risk or not to risk?
Stephen McMurray presents the evidence that every cancer needs to be aware of
Questioning the debunkers of ciphers in Shakespeare’s plays
Dave Patrick re-examines the Friedmans’ debunking of hidden ciphers in Shakespeare’s plays
Hyperthermia in cancer treatment
Dr Siegfried Trefzer describes how hyperthermia is used to support and treat cancer patients
Defeating cancer – strategies to adopt, hazards to avoid
Simon Best and Dr Robert Verkerk sift the advice and research for various healthy options and what to avoid
The Metabolic Theory of Cancer and its use of the ketogenic diet
Travis Christofferson describes the new theory and the benefits of a ketogenic diet in fighting cancer
Clarifying Glastonbury’s spiritual history
Barry Page examines the evidence for the visits of Jesus, James and Joseph and his mother to Britain and Glastonbury
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Caduceus News - next issue due by end of April, 2018
How safe are mammograms?
A new study published in the British Medical Journal warns against the over-use and even the use of mammograms (Autier P et al. Effectiveness of and overdiagnosis from mammography screening in the Netherlands: population based study. BMJ 2017;359:j5224.)
Researchers found that mammography did little to reduce either deaths or advanced breast cancer over a period of 23 years in the Netherlands. Instead, they found that the screening, designed to pick up tumours, in fact led to over-diagnoses 60% of the time.
The study involved all Dutch women who were screened with mammograms every other year between 1989 and 2012 — about 8 million women in total. The researchers, led by Dr Philippe Autier from the University of Strathclyde Institute of Global Public Health, confirms what many doctors have been saying for years.
Mammography does not pick up tumours but rather the changed breast tissue surrounding them. Thus, it is possible that many advanced cancers are growing without significantly changing breast tissue and therefore not getting picked up by mammograms. At the same time each repeat mammogram increases the risk of contracting cancer due to the X-ray radiation.
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