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What is “hormone sensitive cancer” and how does it make a difference in the Kelley program?

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Vince asks Dale:

I would also like to purchase the pancreatic enzymes but not sure which to choose. I have rectal cancer, and I don't know if it is hormone sensitive? (or what that means)
Hormone-sensitive cancer denotes a group of cancers connected with reproduction.
The medical approach is to suppress hormones with drugs.
Only if the doctor tells you that they suspect your specific case is hormone sensitive do you use Kelley's Solozyme enzymes. Kelley's PEP enzymes contain some additional glandular material that could stimulate a hormone sensitive cancer. The glandular is included in the PEP to promote healing.
Types of hormone sensitive therapy:
  • Breast cancer hormone therapy.
  • Prostate cancer hormone therapy.
  • Womb cancer hormone therapy.
  • Ovarian cancer hormone therapy.
  • Kidney cancer hormone therapy.

What hormone therapy is | Cancer Research UK

www.cancerresearchuk.org/…cancer/cancers…/hormon..

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