Sheree Bondoc, October 17, 2018 6:11 AM
Breast cancer represents more than 25% of all cancer cases in women. Both developed and developing countries have high incidences of breast cancer in women. It cuts across class, lifestyle, educational attainment and age. More importantly, it leaves society without wives, mothers, daughters, and friends.
Some factors such as lifestyle, hormonal imbalance, and heredity play a big role in mitigating the risks.
The CORE Clinic Breast Cancer Prevention Program
At the Core Clinic, we advocate for breast cancer prevention rather than treatment. We use science-based and research-backed testing methods which identify defective metabolic and hormonal pathways.
The test assesses major metabolic areas that are normally compromised by lifestyle and dietary factors. It also measures levels of estrogen, the female hormone, and how well these hormones are metabolized. These factors can regulate the risk for breast cancer as well as tag if a woman is at risk of developing the illness.