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In the US, the National Academy of Sciences estimates that 40 per cent of men's cancers, especially prostate cancer, are affected by nutrition, so nutritional supplements can help to possibly treat and especially prevent the condition
May I comment on the the significance of the recently published study (in WDDTY Vol 6 no 1) that "routine iron supplements in pregnancy are unnecessary" and that a "striking association was seen between Hb levels in the blood and pre-term delivery as well as low birth weight: the higher the Hb blood level, the lower the birth weight and the higher the incidence of pre-term delivery"
In view of the current (overdue) realization that doctors don't know it all and many are woefully ignorant of certain health matters, especially nutrition, perhaps you should amend the title of your publication to "What Doctors Don't Tell You, Even If They Knew it in the First Place" (WDDTYEITKIITFP)