Take care of your body: Remember that the best medicine is education and prevention—DraMacn
Lack of physical activity => (Diabetes Mellitus) DM2/MS=> obesity=> breast Cancer (elevated estrogens from adipose tissue)
Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women worldwide and the second most common cancer overall.
Cancer is one of the main causes of mortality worldwide.
In 20018, 8 million deaths were recorded as a result of malignant diseases, and this figure is estimated to reach 11 million by 2030.
I am seeing more breast cancer in men in my consultations. This is due to several factors:
History of radiation exposure of the chest
Enlargement of breasts (called gynecomastia) from drug or hormone treatments, or even some infections and poisons.
A rare genetic condition called Klinefelter’s syndrome
Severe liver disease, called cirrhosis
Diseases of the testicles such as mumps orchitis, a testicular injury, or an undescended testicle.
Breast cancer is the most frequently diagnosed cancer among women in 140 of 184 countries worldwide.
Globally, breast cancer now represents one in four of all cancers in women.
Prevention is the key: avoid risk factors, like smoking, drinking alcohol excessively, breastfeed if possible, be active, eat healthy.
Early detection can save your life: check with your family doctor every year. If you are at high risk attend medical consultations twice a year for your doctor to do a breast examination and ask questions. Practice breast self-exam regularly.
Despite controversy, studies show that breast cancer screening with mammography saves lives.
How to avoid health quacks:
Always confirm his credentials, and ask to see his/her medical or health certification, title, diploma. All of them signed by a reputable University, college, school.
Make sure the medical or health service provider has a good reputation through out the years of his/her career.
Avoid who ever promises you a “miracle cure”. There is no such thing anywhere in the world
If you are using the Internet for research, follow the guidelines for verifying information to make sure it is credible and reliable.
A professional world class medical or health provider always will answer all your questions and will let you know when he or she is not capable to help you with your illness because it is not his specialty or it not his expertise, then he will refer you to the proper medical doctor.
CONTACT DR MARTHA CASTRO NORIEGA at 01152 6643732942 for appointments only.
I am a Medical Doctor and General Surgeon who practices world-class medical quality care. I specialize in complex medical and clinical diagnostics for all ages.
I subspecialize in (multiple diplomados and courses around the world)
Internal Medicine (diabetes, high blood pressure, kidney problems)
Asthma and Allergies
I am a Certified Medical Doctor by the World Medical Association. I have been practicing medical science for 33 years.
Dr. Martha A. Castro Noriega, MD TM
I love heroes, men and women who have strong spirits and radiant-brilliant minds, and Freddie Joe Steinmark is one of them. Read more about him below the images.
Freddie Steinmark, an American college football player back in the 60’s. He played at the position of safety for the University of Texas Longhorns. He has inspired millions of people around the globe, patients with cancer or other terminal or incapacitated diseases. He is an inspiration to many, even to people who enjoy good health but want to be stronger everyday.
Yes, I admire him greatly. Last night I was watching the movie about his life: “My All American”. Needless to say I was crying at the end. I was inspired by Freddie’s heart, his powerful mind, his tremendous and furious courage, fearless to pain, always with a smile and kind attitude for everyone around him: a true hero.
He was born January 27, 1949, in Denver Colorado and died at the age of 22 in June 6, 1971, at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, Texas, United States. Diagnosis: Congenital Osteosarcoma (bone cancer).
The amputation of his left leg, from the left hip, and the knowledge that his survival rate after the surgery was about a year, didn’t stop him from living!