Literature Review and Commentary

Gaby, Alan R.
November 2006
Townsend Letter;Nov2006, Issue 280, p44
The article presents a commentary on several studies related to women's health and the reproductive system. It includes a study on menopausal symptoms using soy isoflavones to determine rate of risk for endometrial cancer. Another is the study on the use of intra-vaginal vitamin C for treatment of non-specific vaginitis. It also comments on the use of fermented soy beverage, by a 56 year old woman, for treatment of her progressive ovarian cancer.


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