Early precancerous changes of the cervix (dysplasia) can be prevented and reversed through the use of nutritional supplements and lifestyle changes.
Genital warts and even cancer in situ (cancer confined to the surface of the cervix that has not spread to the deeper tissues) respond favourably to natural treatments.
In 1993, in the United States there were 16,000 new cases of invasive cervical cancer and 7,500 deaths. In Canada, there were 1,300 new cases and 400 deaths. In the third world, cervical cancer is the leading cause of cancer death, with 550,000 new cases of invasive cancer annually.
Over 50 percent of women with invasive cancer have never had a Pap smear and die within 2.5 years of diagnosis. Another 30 percent of women with invasive cancer have had infrequent PAP tests.
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Suggested Supplements: folic acid 10mg per day for three months than 2.5mg daily, Vitamin-B-6 50mg three times a day, Vitamin-B-12 1mg a day; betacarotene 20,000IU's per day; Vitamin-C 1,000mg per day, Vitamin-E 200 to 400IU's per day; selenium 400mcg per day; zinc pincolate 30mg per day.
With moderate and severe dysplasia, and cancer in situ, cryosurgery, cone biopsy or LEEP (loop electrode excision procedure) to remove abnormal cells. These procedures result in a 95 percent curative. Invasive cancer requires a hysterectomy and other more aggressive treatment.
Naturopathic doctor, Dr. Tori Hudson, has devised a diet, vitamin and herb protocol that includes a herbal pack and vitamin-A applied to the cervix. This programme has reversed cancer in situ and genital warts. To find a naturopath close to you call The American Association of Naturopathic Physicians 206-323-7610 or The Canadian Naturopathic Association 416-233-1043.
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