M. Nathaniel Mead earned his Master of Science degree in Nutrition from the University of North Carolina’s Gillings School of Global Public Health. He also has undergraduate degrees in Biology and Science Education. Nathaniel has an extensive background as a holistic nutritionist, medical writer, and integrative cancer coach. His professional experience includes work as a personal nutrition coach and research consultant for five integrative medicine clinics. Nathaniel has been an editor for the peer-reviewed journal Integrative Cancer Therapies. He also has 15 years of experience as a research associate for the Block Center for Integrative Cancer Treatment in Illinois.
In this episode, Nathaniel speaks about Ductal Carcinoma In Situ (DCIS) and the continuous overtreatment of the disease. Additionally, he shares his view on a New Strategy for the Prevention and Monitoring of DCIS. Also, what the difference between low-risk and high-risk DCIS is. As well as, the main risk factors involved in the progression from DCIS to IBC.
Nathaniel currently offers consultations and coaching sessions to cancer patients and survivors, and these sessions can be coordinated over the phone or by Zoom or Skype. Regardless of your diagnosis or health situation, Mark is an excellent resource for guiding you toward optimal health and healing. You can reach him through his website: SelfHealingOptions.com or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Here are some highlights from this Podcast:
(2:51) – Cancer as a teacher
(5:22) – Taking the mystery out of DCIS
(9:10) – What causes the progression of DCIS to IBC
(14:09) – Top 3 foods on a healing journey
(17:43) – Thermography and its role with DCIS management
(25:05) – Recommended alternative therapies for treating DCIS