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The benefits of natural progesterone for the brain and nervous system

November 20, 2011

I was delighted to see that more trials on natural progesterone are about to start in five centres in the UK. The information in the article is not new to me as I had read about this study being undertaken by Professor Donald Stein over 15 years ago when I read Dr John Lee’s book […]

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Breast Cancer Article – To put the record straight

August 10, 2010

There is so much confusion regarding the hormones in HRT and the pill. To put the record straight, HRT and any form of the contraceptive pill do not contain progesterone as stated under the HRT and The Pill headings. They contain the synthetic versions the proper name of which is progestogen – a class name […]

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A great new book!

May 7, 2009

From Belly Fat to Belly Flat by Dr C W Randolph and Genie James, was published on May 7 (Vermilion, £6.99). To order a copy (p&p free), call 0845 155 0720. Dr Randolph explains that the real reason behind this problem has less to do with calories, carbs or crunches and everything to do with […]

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DOES A WOMAN WITHOUT A UTERUS NEED PROGESTERONE?

July 19, 2008

Q: My question is why do all the M.D.s that I have seen since my total hysterectomy say “No” to progesterone since I do not have a uterus and if I used it, it is a cause of breast cancer? With or without a uterus and ovaries, medically does a woman need to supplement progesterone […]

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Another great study which supports the wonderful work of Dr John Lee

October 13, 2007

This time it is from France and was published in July 2007 in the journal Endocrine Reviews, and is titled, “Novel Perspectives for Progesterone in Hormone Replacement Therapy, with Special Reference to the Nervous System. For those interested in looking at the full paper, it can be downloaded for free! Look here and then to […]

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Progesterone Shows Promise as Treatment for Traumatic Brain Injury

October 2, 2006

ATLANTA, Sept. 28 (AScribe Newswire) — Giving progesterone to trauma victims shortly following brain injury may reduce the risk of death and the degree of disability and appears to be safe, according to a study by Emory University researchers. The results of this study–the first clinical trial of its kind in the world–will be available […]

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Special Report!

June 5, 2006

Once again ‘natural’ progesterone is being confused with the synthetic progestogens contained in HRT and the Pill. Please read and then pass on Virginia Hopkins’s excellent response just to put the record straight: Click Here To Download

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Misleading media headlines once again confuses natural progesterone with the synthetic progestogens

March 28, 2006

Some of you may have seen the latest headlines stating that progesterone in the pill may cause cancer. Please do not be confused by the incorrect use of the terminology used when referring to the synthetic progestogens used in the pill or HRT which does carry a risk of cancer. These types of progestogens have […]

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Natural progesterone may prevent premature births

February 22, 2006

Action Medical Research has announced details of a new study that could see progesterone being used to stop babies from being born too soon. The £94,000 Glasgow based project is looking to understand how the hormone could cut the risk of preterm labour. The team hopes that the results will ultimately find ways to stop […]

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Icon Integrated Cancer and Oncology News

August 12, 2005

Cancer Active is a relatively new charity set up by Chris Woollams founder of Icon integrated health magazine. The magazine incorporates information and articles from all areas of health treatments for cancer including the complimentary sector. I have been particularly impressed by the high standard and wide range of knowledge covered in the magazine including […]

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