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ENCORE: Q&A with Leyla, Part 2: Chemicals in Sunscreen
July 20, 2022
Marianne Williamson brings health care issues to the forefront; Does your gut bacteria impact physical performance?; Can the chemicals in sunscreen cause cancer or is it just hype? Click HERE for part 1.



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Q&A with Leyla, Part 1: Overcoming Horrible Eating Habits
July 13, 2022
Remembering Dr. Stephen Sinatra; Can you offer your thoughts on taking DIM as a post-breast cancer patient with a history of hypothyroidism?; Might an oral dose of 15-20,000 IU of vitamin D be the same as a dose of sunshine?; How do you advise a 70-year-old to start a healthier life when they have horrible eating habits and are a couch potato? Click HERE for part 2.



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ENCORE: Conflicts of Interest in Cancer Treatment, Part 1
July 5, 2022
Ralph Moss, Ph.D. writes the Moss Reports, custom guides for cancer patients to help them navigate alternatives. His new book, "Cancer Incorporated," is a critique of the excesses of the cancer research and treatment industry. Moss decries the conflicts of interest in cancer treatment, often amounting to outright kickbacks. He claims the criteria for approval of new and expensive drugs, touted as “game-changers”, are vague and misleading; their benefits are often exaggerated and their downsides minimized. All this is fueled by rampant profiteering, at the cost of patients’ well-being. Natural solutions are sidelined because of being unprofitable. Patients strive to get into clinical trials of promising drugs, but sometimes at their peril. Moss hails advances in precision immunotherapy, but believes their promise is over-hyped. He shares his own experience in dealing with cancer, which ultimately led him to embrace a conventional, but little-used, approach to minimize side effects. Click HERE for part 2.



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ENCORE: Conflicts of Interest in Cancer Treatment, Part 2

Dr. Hoffman continues his conversation with Ralph Moss, Ph.D. who writes the "Moss Reports," custom guides for cancer patients to help them navigate alternatives. Click HERE for part 1.



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Intelligent Medicine Radio for July 2, Part 2: Susceptibility to Cognitive Decline
July 4, 2022
DIM for breast cancer; Diet after rectal surgery; Adverse effects of Reclast; Fit kids stay mentally sharp later in life; Pollution a major risk factor for multiple chronic diseases; Female athletes can avert knee injury with better sports bras; Midlife handgrip strength predicts susceptibility to cognitive decline; Study will examine effects of amino acid cocktail on Long Covid; Intermittent fasting can help regenerate damaged nerves; Depleted microbiome hikes congestive heart failure risk. Click HERE for part 1. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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Intelligent Medicine Radio for June 25, Part 1: In Memoriam: A Tribute to Dr. Stephen Sinatra
June 27, 2022
In memoriam: a tribute to Dr. Stephen Sinatra; Vitamins a waste of money—REALLY? The sad legacy of nutrition misreporting; SCOTUS rejects appeal bid by backers of glyphosate; Does eating fish increase your risk for melanoma? Benefits of cocoa flavanols. Click HERE for part 2. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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Intelligent Medicine Radio for June 18, Part 1: The end of cancer?
June 20, 2022
Fauci comes down with Covid: Latest study show deterioration of vaccine protection vs. Omicron; WHO calls for renaming monkeypox, citing racism; “100 success rate" in cancer trial—does it portend the end of cancer? Is the Novavax vaccine worth waiting for? Dr. Nathan Bryan on the universal applications of nitric oxide supplements. Click HERE for part 2. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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Intelligent Medicine Radio for June 11, Part 2: Addiction-Susceptibility
June 13, 2022
Low FODMAP diet outperforms medical therapy for IBS; It’s claimed that probiotics are destroyed by stomach acid before reaching the intestine—REALLY? Novel probiotic scores vs. autism in preliminary trial; The gut-brain connection in depression; Strategies for tackling persistent Lyme Disease; Vitamin D, Omega-3, and moderate exercise cut cancer risk in elderly by 61%; Optimism benefits your health—but don’t become over-confident; Smoking dads pass on addiction-susceptibility, anxiety to male offspring. Click HERE for part 1. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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Q&A with Leyla, Part 2: Time Restricted Eating
May 5, 2022
Is there anything you can suggest to people with MGUS to proactively keep multiple myeloma at bay?; Would you please comment on the recent study that showed no benefits to time-restricted eating?; Our 12-year-old grandson has Sever's disease. Any supplements you would recommend for him? Click HERE for part 1.



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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for April 9, Part 2
April 11, 2022
Ukraine casualties threaten to overwhelm Russia’s already broken health care system; Why are so many of our medications made in China and India? Is soy-derived lecithin harmful? Avocados fend off heart disease; Large review shows vitamin D supplementation doesn’t prevent cancer—but reduces cancer deaths; Fish oil teams with cancer immunotherapy to shrink tumors. Click HERE for part 1. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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