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Cynthia Shelby-Lane, MD
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Stem Cells, Cancer, and You. The Mystery and the Update

The mystery of stem cells: If you had cancer, what would you do today?How can stem cells help chemo-resistant cancer patients?Fascinating discussion with Dr. Mitchell Ghen yesterday as we dove into Stem Cells, Cancer, and You. The Mystery and the Update.Here are a few of the questions Dr. Ghen answered:· Can you explain what Stem Cells are and why they are so important?· What type of Stem Cells are there?· Who would benefit from a Stem Cell Transplant?· Are you running any Clinical Trials for…See More
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Stem Cells, Cancer, and You. The Mystery and the Update

The mystery of stem cells: If you had cancer, what would you do today?How can stem cells help chemo-resistant cancer patients?Fascinating discussion with Dr. Mitchell Ghen yesterday as we dove into Stem Cells, Cancer, and You. The Mystery and the Update.Here are a few of the questions Dr. Ghen answered:· Can you explain what Stem Cells are and why they are so important?· What type of Stem Cells are there?· Who would benefit from a Stem Cell Transplant?· Are you running any Clinical Trials for…See More
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What should I eat to help keep my hormones balanced?

What a great conversation we had last night with the founder of the Fellowship for Functional and Regenerative Medicine and prevention specialist, Dr. Pamela W. Smith. Dr. Smith and I discussed Hormone Therapy: Real Life Scenarios.Here are a few of the questions Dr. Smith answered submitted directly by listeners:Can Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy cause Breast Cancer?If a woman does not have any "unusual symptoms or any hot flashes" should she still be checked for a hormone…See More
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What can I do to stop the pain and why am I always soooo tired?!

Enjoyed a fantastic call with Dr. Maria Sulindro last night as we discussed “Stop Living with Pain and Fatigue: An In-Depth Look at Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia.” Here are a few of the questions Dr. Maria answered:• How do you begin the process of assessing pain, pain reduction and management?• Do you use nutrient testing to determine what supplements are needed to manage their pain? • Why is magnesium so important?• What is a hydro colon cleanse and how does it relate to pain…See More
Jul 28, 2010

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Emergency physician and anti-aging specialist using alternative and complementary therapies for health and healing. Using diagnostic tools online to provide second opinions for patients worldwide. In my spare time, I do standup comedy because "Laughter is the Best medicine" even before all else fails. See you at the comedy club...
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Breast Cancer Risk: How does hormone imbalance increase breast cancer risk?

Posted on October 29, 2010 at 2:20pm 0 Comments

We had a FANTASTIC conversation with Dr. Eldred Taylor on Thursday night!



Dr. Taylor covered a vast amount of information related to breast cancer and hormones and answered a significant number of listener questions. Here are a few of the questions covered:



  • Why do doctors continue prescribing a medication if research has shown negative results?
  • If mammograms are not the best way to detect breast cancer, what is?
  • What is…
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Breast Cancer and Hormones: The Big Debate

Posted on October 28, 2010 at 3:06pm 0 Comments

Tonight we'll be speaking with Dr. Eldred Taylor to discuss "Breast Cancer & Hormones: The Big Debate." There's still time to register and the replay will be available 96 hours after the call!



When: Thursday, October 28, 2010

Time: 8 PM eastern until 9:30 PM eastern (www.time.gov)

Host: Cynthia Shelby-Lane, MD

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Stem Cells, Cancer, and You. The Mystery and the Update

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The mystery of stem cells: If you had cancer, what would you do today?



How can stem cells help chemo-resistant cancer patients?



Fascinating discussion with Dr. Mitchell Ghen yesterday as we…

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Stem Cells and Cancer – What would you do?

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This Thursday I am hosting the final call in the teleseries Conversations with the Masters of Healing…

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What should I eat to help keep my hormones balanced?

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What a great conversation we had last night with the founder of the Fellowship for Functional and Regenerative Medicine and prevention specialist, Dr. Pamela W. Smith. Dr. Smith and I discussed Hormone Therapy: Real Life Scenarios.…

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At 11:49am on March 27, 2009, Edward Williams said…
Cynthia, I enjoy our conversation and look forward to hearing from you on Sunday. Here is my email ewilliams@urhivetv.net
At 12:23pm on March 26, 2009, Edward Williams said…
Cynthia hello this is Edward Williams, I left you a voice mail on your answering service about 5 minutes ago. Sorry for taking so long to get back to you. We have some exciting things happening here at HIVE TV. ABC is picking up one of our show to start airing in Jan 2010 sponsor by GIECO and they are also looking to pick up a comedy show we have, which I understand is a passion of yours. I’ve been having problem getting my cell number transported to a new carrier so here is a temporary number I am using 301.919.6302 or email at ewilliams@urhivetv.net. Look forward to hearing from you.
At 3:03pm on March 23, 2009, Larry Collins said…
Hi Cynthia, I just heard from Edward Williams and they are really starting to move. They have just secured a major sponsor for a variety TV show that they are producing and they would like to talk to you. Can you give Ed a call?
Edward's contact information is;
PH (240) 601-4507

Thank You!
At 10:21pm on January 2, 2009, Cynthia Shelby-Lane, MD said…
Hi Ben:

I will look at your references when Iget a chance. Much of what you describe is also known as "oxidative stress" and is responsible for, or can be the underlying cause of the diseases you have discussed. I also look at genomics. Again,' this is a very detailed subject with multiple facets, and each person responds uniquely to any prescribed therapy. Pharmaceutical or nutritional. I use a body, mind spiritual approach, as well. Optimal health does involve much of what you have described. I also use advanced testing to find the underlying metabolic or functional problems, and apply the best treatment modalities. Follow up and compliance is also needed, as response varies from individual to individual. I've seen it all, with the best of therapies and the most compliant. Time is the only medicine.

I think you are headed in the right direction. Great work.

Well, I'm also a DJ for the high school hockey team, so my spiritual relief is kids and music. I'm burning CD's for tomorrow's game.

Best,

Cynthia
At 11:54am on January 2, 2009, Larry Collins said…
Edward's contact information is;
PH (240) 601-4507
Email ewilliams@idbtv.net
I don't think they are in today but I'll drop him an e-mail notifying him that you might be calling.

No we don't need a bailout here in Columbia things are still firm around here. I'm hoping that when the Government picks up the rest of the economy will pick up as well. Where can I see the webcast>
At 10:09am on January 2, 2009, Larry Collins said…
Hi Cynthia, Happy New Year! I thought things would slow down after Thanksgiving but the sped up..Oh well. I wanted you to check out http://www.urhivetv.net/ The President is Edward Williams and I can connect you together. His Internet Broadcasting Venture is just launching and he is looking for content. There might be a way for you both to benefit. Let me know what you think.

Larry
At 2:38pm on November 10, 2008, Larry Collins said…
Hi Cynthia, I understand about your area. I have read your profile. How can I help you? I have lots of contacts in the medical/biotech arena here in the DC Metro area. Is there something in particular that I could perhaps help with?

Thank You
Larry
At 6:45pm on November 5, 2008, Larry Collins said…
I was lookig for someone else, but I've got to tell you that I love the pose in your photo! It is so irreverent.
 
 
 

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