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Here is yet another small bit of evidence supporting the carbohydrate and cancer theory.

July 16, 2015

Dr. Fox responds to the following article:

http://www.nbcnews.com/health/cancer/breast-cancer-survivors-gain-more-weight-study-finds-n392176

Breast Cancer Survivors With A Family History Of The Disease May Gain More Weight Than Similar Women Without Cancer.

Here is yet another small bit of evidence supporting the carbohydrate and cancer theory.  In 20 years of practice, as ideas and trends have emerged, I have followed the medical literature both in Journals and meetings trying to put together the big puzzle, small piece by small piece.  If you just use the author’s conclusions as the basis for thought, you would miss the fit of the pieces into the bigger picture.  So here is another example.  The authors miss the small kernel of survivors with a family history of the disease gain more weight.  So if we apply our theory of carbohydrates and insulin causing and promoting cancer, then one would easily see that if there is a family history of cancer, maybe instead of real cancer family history, the family gene could be insulin resistance and therefore more likely to develop cancer in the family members.  Therefore that puzzle piece fits into the overall picture.  Food for thought……..
Dr. Fox
Michael D. Fox, MD
Jacksonville Center
Reproductive Medicine
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