This was substantially funded by Yes to Life which was a massive help as I had to leave my job. I was too exhausted to work and needed to focus on my recovery. My husband and I also attended a wonderful cookery workshop organised by Yes to Life which we found useful and enjoyed very much.
The NICE guidelines are confusing and difficult to interpret, for example, they compare 2 drugs in relation to the increased risk of fracture. This was not what I wanted to know. Having a scientific background, I wanted to see baselines, statistics, and comparative studies, understand the risk of re-occurrence over time for me, with and without the drugs.
The results showed that I had virtually nothing left in terms of oestrogen, progesterone, DHEA, testosterone etc. This clearly showed that there was no point whatsoever in my taking harmful drugs to reduce oestrogen levels. Instead, a range of supplements were prescribed to promote more effective methylation by the liver and digestive system, and to create a hostile environment for cancer, through other supplements and diet.
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