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In this episode you will learn:

  • Levels of bias/censorship in today’s medicine especially surrounding COVID and hormones
  • Testimony of Pierre Kory, MD to Homeland Security Committee Meeting: Focus on Early Treatment of COVID-19 December 8, 2020 – transcript is at
  • You can go to to learn about protocols for prophylaxis (protection) and treatment – not standard of care at this time
  • The meta-analysis of 28 studies on the “drug that cannot be named” can be viewed at
  • Kahlil Gibran wrote Our Children, this is discussed per parent/child interactions of world-life viewpoints vs. censorship and cultural viewpoints
  • Estrogen and Progesterone’s role in regulation of fear
  • Progesterone as an anti-anxiety hormone
  • Estrogen’s role in ease of achieving healthy “portion sizes”
  • The role of sex hormones in protection against the 2nd most commonly diagnosed cancer worldwide in women: colorectal cancer (CRC).
  • Risk of CRC is increased 30% for women undergoing hysterectomy with both ovaries removed; increased risk of 24% if no ovaries are removed (as often hormones do not work optimally after hysterectomy even if ovaries are left in)
  • The risk of CRC after oophorectomy gradually increases with age at surgery. Risk is increased( 66% ) within first 4 years after surgery. This suggests that women with susceptibility genes for ovarian cancer or metrocarcinoma are candidates for oophorectomy or hysterectomy, but women “not” at high risk for these cancers, should be careful about oophorectomies or hysterectomies, and especially life style choices within the first 5 years after surgery should they get it.
  • Health benefits of the “forgotten estrogen” – estriol, especially for autoimmune illnesses such as Multiple Sclerosis, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, etc.
  • The unappreciated role of “natural estriol” in protecting the “central nervous system” by binding to estrogen receptors in the immune system, brain, and the spinal cord.
  • A 2017 review found that estriol protects against “many inflammatory autoimmune” disease markers.

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