BEAT The Number One Cancer Killer
Cancer is the leading cause of death in patients 80 years of age. There are more than 1.5 million new cases of cancer from any source in the U.S. yearly. Lung cancer, along with being the number one cancer killer in men in the past 10 years, is also the number one cancer killer in women, surpassing breast cancer previously in that category.
In 2010 there were 81,000 deaths in men, representing 31% of all male cancer deaths and 76,000 deaths in women, representing 26% of all female cancer deaths. In fact death from lung cancer surpasses deaths from breast, colon, and prostate cancer combined.
Responds to Japan Disaster
Experienced at treating hundreds of people suffering from radiation-caused cancer, James W. Forsythe, M.D., H.M.D., has issued an “Emergency Radiation Medical Handbook” for use in Japan and worldwide.
The 143-page handbook goes on sale April 15 at www. RadiationHandbook.com and people from across Japan, the United States and elsewhere already have expressed interest in purchasing the book for themselves, their families and work associates. The publication also will be available through all major bookstores beginning in May.
“Doctor Forsythe responded immediately to urgent requests from around the world to develop this handbook,” said co-author
Integrative Oncology Pursuit of the “CURE”
Chemosensitivity testing on patients’ whole blood samples, to harvest circulating tumor cells (CTC’S), is one of the most important and successful tools used in my medical practice but literally unknown and undiscovered to most conventional oncologists. Extremely Hi-Tech genetic laboratories only available in Germany and Greece do the testing. Now the chemosensitivity testing can be done in the United States. The Korean based laboratory, “Goodgen” is operating out of Houston, Texas. Special handling and packaging kits available through my office as in-patients only.
The Academy of Comprehensive Integrative Medicine presented their Lifetime Achievement Award to Dr. James Forsythe for his contributions to the advancement of the art and science of medicine, specifically as it relates to Stage IV cancers.
Dr. Forsythe believes in serving his country and his community. For 26 years he served as a member of the regular army and army reserves, retiring as a full colonel and Nevada National Guard State Surgeon.
His active duty included a tour of Vietnam in 1969 as a Major.