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James Forsythe, M.D., H.M.D., the leading Integrative Oncologist in the United States

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May 17-19, 2013 At the annual IV Therapies 2013 conference, Anaheim , California , James Forsythe, M.D., H.M.D., the leading Integrative Oncologist in the United States was honored by a group of  his professional colleagues for his recognition in the dedication, commitment and contribution for his life time achievement in the treatment of cancer patients.  Pictured from left: James Wm. Forsythe, MD, HMD with Larry Woodhouse, Park IV Compounding

 

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Dr. Forsythe Receives a Lifetime Achievement Award

awardThe Academy of Comprehensive Integrative Medicine presented their Lifetime Achievement Award to Dr. James Forsythe for his contributions to the advancement of the art and science of medicine, specifically as it relates to Stage IV cancers.

 Dr. Forsythe believes in serving his country and his community.  For 26 years he served as a member of the regular army and army reserves, retiring as a full colonel and Nevada National Guard State Surgeon.

His active duty included a tour of Vietnam in 1969 as a Major.

 

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April Wellness Newsletter

BEAT The Number One Cancer Killer

lung-cancer Cancer is the leading cause of death in patients 80 years of age. There are more than 1.5 million new cases of cancer from any source in the U.S. yearly. Lung cancer, along with being the number one cancer killer in men in the past 10 years, is also the number one cancer killer in women, surpassing breast cancer previously in that category.

In 2010 there were 81,000 deaths in men, representing 31% of all male cancer deaths and 76,000 deaths in women, representing 26% of all female cancer deaths. In fact death from lung cancer surpasses deaths from breast, colon, and prostate cancer combined.

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January Wellness Newsletter

january-1012Healthy Eating.

The importance of proper dietary habits, pH balancing, and proper supplementation cannot be overemphasized as a major weapon which is under the direct control of the patients themselves.

With the advent of chemosensitivity testing, especially from the Good Gene Laboratory in Houston, Texas, we are now able to pinpoint specific recommendations for each patient based on genetic decoding.  These include a list of supplements which will provide the most ammunition to effect the deaths of the "mother stem cells", as well as to fortify the immune system.

 In addition, such recommendations as to whether "soy" products should be included in diets is uncovered and often recommended by these tests.  Soy is a phytoestrogen and as such has been controversial in its use in both breast and prostate cancers.


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October Wellness Newsletter

october2011Rationing Oncology Care?

As a cost saving maneuver to cut the cost of entitlement medical costs of Medicare, Medicaid and its soon to be implemented “Obamacare”, subtle rationing measures are already here. Teaching courses for primary care physicians are now telling attendees that if patients are over 50/60/70 there are certain cancer screening tests that are not cost-effective and not indicated. Here are some examples in the Big 4 Cancers.

In Breast Cancer, yearly mammograms after 50 are being reduced to every two years until age 70 to 75, when any screening is being discouraged. Unbelievably Breast-Self- Examinations (BSE) are being down played as of little value even in women over 40 years of age. Also safer diagnostic procedures, which give less radiation exposure such as ultra sounds and MRI’s because of their expense are being discouraged.


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