Prevention Research

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Early Detection has been a life saving advantage for many women with early onsets of breast cancer. In this new century we have a better hope: BREAST CANCER PREVENTION. Prevention research is of primary importance at Clear Research.


"Our website is dedicated to providing the most up-to-date and accurate information to medical professionals and the general public on how to prevent breast cancer.

Our on-line publications, as well as our list of other resources, are all designed to provide you with knowledge of practical, risk-reduction strategies."
Dr. Joel Brind, PhD., Dr. Angela LanFranchi, MD (et al)

BCPI FACT SHEET: Abortion and Breast Cancer:
re: "Collaborative Reanalysis of [A-BC] Data"
"[T]he Beral study reanalyzed the [A-BC] data but only after a highly biased selection process which had many studies showing valid evidence of the Abortion-Breast Cancer Link inappropriately excluded while invalid studies whose flaws had been documented in the scientific literature were inappropriately included. Valid studies whose data had been published were simply not mentioned at all..."

See the Latest Abortion-Breast Cancer Link FACTS

Photo: Drs. Jose and Irma Russo, Fox Chase Cancer Center

HCG and Prevention

The Doctors Russo have adjoining offices, one right behind the other in the pathology research labs at Fox Chase Cancer Center, (FCCC) in Philadelphia, PA. Dr. Jose Russo, M. D. is Chief of Pathology at FCCC and Dr. Irma Russo, M. D. is Chief of Molecular Endocrinology and President of The League of Women Against Cancer.

Their authoritative work on the development of the human breast is acknowledged world wide. Currently,Dr. Jose Russo is Principle Investigator in a research study examining the hormone Human Chorionic Gonadatropin, (HCG) which appears to have a role in reducing breast cancer risks. At birth all humans are exposed to HCG. HCG initiates the many stages in the development of the fetus. At home pregnancy tests register on HCG levels, which signal pregnancy.

The Russos have found that early, full-term pregnancy, before the age of 25, has certain beneficial, protective effects from breast cancer.

As HCG signals the undifferentiated or immature breast cells to mature, these slower-growing mature breast cells allow time for DNA repairs to take place in damaged breast cells, avoiding the development of breast cancer.

HCG treatment, the Russos say, may signal breast cells to mature as it does in early pregnancy, thus preventing breast cancer.

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