Tag Archives: Breast Cancer


Canadian Cancer Screening Guidelines

My partner recently discovered an abnormal pea-shaped, semi-solid lump in his testicle. Specializing in women’s health, I had not done many male genital exams up to this point, but I knew when he asked me to palpate it that it was abnormal enough to warrant a next-day appointment with his GP. A subsequent ultrasound was […]

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By: Dr. Elliott | Posted in: Cancer Immunity & Inflammation Longevity Men's Health Women's Health | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , : | Comment

Female Hormonal Complaints from Estrogen Dominance

Certain underlying factors will predispose one to experience a less-than-ideal monthly flow, such as a diet high in sugar, carbohydrates and poor-quality oils, a lack of exercise, excessive stress, drinking caffeine and a history of pelvic inflammatory disease. One of the most common causes of female menstrual complaints is an imbalance in estrogen and progesterone […]

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By: Dr. Elliott | Posted in: Hormones Women's Health | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , : | Comment

Breast Cancer Nutrition

Breast cancer.  Just the thought can make us shudder.  As more women are becoming diagnosed with breast cancer it is imperative that we take matters into our own hands and seek out prevention as a means to avoid this disease. When it comes to your health, eating a nutritious diet and avoiding foods that promote […]

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By: Dr. Elliott | Posted in: Women's Health | Tags: , , , , , , , , , : | Comment

Breast Cancer Prevention Talk

See below for info on my next talk at the Capilano Library.  Hope to see you there! Date: Thursday, May 26, 2011 Time: 7:00pm – 8:30pm Free; everyone welcome. Registration required.  Call 604-987-4471 to register. Educate and empower yourself to do all you can to prevent breast cancer at this workshop held at Capilano Branch Library […]

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