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Impact of Hormonal Imbalances, Environmental Pollutants, & Poor Lifestyle Choices on Breast Cancer Risk

Presenter: David Zava, PhD

Date: October 24, 2016

Dr. Zava provides a wide overview of how the following impacts risk for breast cancer:

  • Hormones - estrogens, progesterone, testosterone, DHEA, cortisol, thyroid, insulin
  • Essential elements - iodine, selenium
  • Toxic elements - mercury, arsenic, cadmium, lead
  • Nutrients from foods
  • Lifestyle choices

He will also discuss how the innovative methods (saliva, blood spot, dried urine) developed at ZRT have been used as tools to explore how imbalances in hormones, essential nutrients, and toxic pollutants relate to breast cancer risk.  

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