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Dr. Leigh Erin Connealy

Dr. Leigh Erin Connealy attended the University of Texas School of Public Health, and then attended the University of Health Sciences Chicago Medical School. She completed her post-graduate training at the Harbor/UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles, California. Dr. Connealy soon realized that conventional medicine had very limited returns and did not always improve the health of her patients, who were hungry for alternative approaches to improve their health. This led her to study integrative and complementary therapies, and since then she has revolutionized the landscape of medicine.

Dr. Erin Connealy's Recent Articles

Curcumin is a wonder-nutrient derived from the turmeric root. This health multi-tasker has been shown to reduce inflammation, boost brain function and it is increasingly recognized as a powerful cancer fighter. Cancer is a notoriously tricky disease to tame … but here are some of the varieties that curcumin has been shown to fight best. […]

It’s a rare day that goes by for me without seeing a female patient who is concerned about breast cancer. And who can blame them? Nearly 300,000 women were diagnosed with breast cancer in 2011, and the disease was fatal for roughly 40,000 of them. Even though heart disease claims more women’s lives, breast cancer […]

Breast cancer is the second most common form of cancer (next to skin cancer) for women in America … and carries the second highest cancer death rate (next to lung cancer). Odds, sadly, are very good that you or someone you know has had a scare, sickness, or untimely death due to this pernicious killer. […]

For women with early stage breast cancer, it’s a very difficult choice. There’s mastectomy — entire removal of one or both breasts — or there’s less invasive breast-conserving surgery (BCS), which aims to remove only the cancerous cells. A recent survey found that mastectomies increased by 36 percent from 2005 to 2013 — from 66 […]

Cancer has been a growing concern since President Richard Nixon declared war on cancer in 1971. According to the American Cancer Society, more than 8 million people die from cancer every year and that number has been projected to increase to 13 million by the year 2030 worldwide. [2] Of those deaths, more than 90 percent […]

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