Articles by WRIGHT, M.D., Jonathan


  • PROSTATE CANCER THERAPEUTIC AGENT. THE DIETARY SUPPLEMENT 4MU (4-METHYLUMBELLIFERONE) IS AN EFFECTIVE CHEMOPREVENTIVE

    By Jonathan V. Wright, M.D. Just in case any of us think the title of this can’t be so, it must be nonsense—a dietary supplement that effectively prevents and treats prostate cancer—this was and is the title of an article published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute (“JNCI”) in 2015. Yes, that’s the Journal of the National Cancer Institute of these United States, supported by taxes paid by you and me, and of course the printing presses (electronic and...
  • Getting the Most Out of BHRT

    It’s Simple Really: Just Follow Mother Nature’s Hormone Recipe Many doctors and patients think they are using genuine BHRT just by taking pills containing bio-identical estradiol and progesterone. Although estradiol is the primary estrogen produced by the premenopausal ovary, normal metabolic processes eventually result in three primary circulating estrogens: estriol, estradiol, and e...
  • Reducing the Hormone Related Cancer Risk

      Reducing the Hormone Related Cancer Risk (Or cabbages, sex hormones and their metabolites).   [Ed.- Our thanks to the publication Nutrition and Healing (USA 800 528 0559) who kindly permitted the reprint of this article]. We all know Grandma was right when she told us to eat our vegetables. With varying degrees of enthusiasm, some of us have been doing so, especially those of us approaching grandma's age. Over the last decade or so, researchers have added...
  • Natural Triple Estrogen and Progesterone for Women

      NATURAL TRIPLE ESTROGEN AND PROGESTERONE FOR WOMEN By Jonathan Wright MD   "To stay healthy, observe and follow nature." Physicians and master healers have made this statement for literally thousands of years, in many languages and variations. It remains true today. For this reason, some question the basic concept of hormone replacement therapy during or after menopause, rightly pointing out that hormones naturally decline with age, relatively abruptly at me...