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Book details
  • SubGenre:Diseases / Cancer
  • Language:English
  • Series title:Busting Breast Cancer: 7 Simple Steps Ebook Series
  • Series Number:1
  • Pages:54
  • eBook ISBN:9781624882463

Busting Breast Cancer

Volume 1 Birth Control Drugs: Learn the Terrible Truth

by Susan Wadia-Ells PhD

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Women, under 45 years old, are seeing at least a 1% annual increase in invasive breast cancer throughout the United States. But nobody is talking about these numbers, or what could be causing this sharp uptick in breast cancer among women of childbearing age. Busting Breast Cancer: Birth Control Drugs: Learn the Terrible Truth documents what we know about a woman’s increased risk while she is using any of the dozens of contraceptive pills, patches, rings, implants, shots sold on the U.S. market today, and suggests safer and more effective birth control methods, such as a hormone-free IUD or a permanent tubal ligation. This first eBook from the National Breast Cancer Prevention Project, also describes how birth control drugs affect a woman’s body; which groups of women are most at risk when using these drugs; why most doctors don’t understand how using birth control drugs increases breast cancer risk, how the National Cancer Institute, the Centers for Disease Control  and the Food and Drug  Administration have all been co-opted by the for-profit cancer treatment industry, and why American women are today forced to pay the monopoly price of $754 for the safest and most effective hormone-free reversible birth control method available… the tiny plastic copper coil IUD, ParaGard, while European women are able to choose from among dozens of free or low-priced models and sizes of IUDs.

 © Busting Breast Cancer is a trademark of Susan Wadia-Ells


Susan Wadia-Ells, founding director of the National Breast Cancer Prevention Project, is author of the new book,  Busting Breast Cancer: A Personal and Political Revolution...with four simple steps to stop breast cancer before it starts,  published by Inkshares.

This is the first book on breast cancer prevention, based on the metabolic theory of cancer. This means that we now understand how and why breast cancer begins in one woman, but not in another.  This also means that individual women can now learn how to inexpensively and safely keep our bodies free and clear of breast cancer.

To pre-order a copy of Busting Breast Cancer and receive updates on Dr Wadia-Ells' speaking tour schedule, workshops and book-signings:  

or visit and type in Busting Breast Cancer: A Personal and Political Revolution

© Busting Breast Cancer is a trademark of Susan Wadia-Ells

About the author

Susan Wadia-Ells was founding director of the National Breast Cancer Prevention Project/Busting Breast Cancer. The virtually volunteer non-profit was created in 2007 to translate international research on the known, probable and possible causes of breast cancer into everyday language that all women can use to help stop breast cancer before it starts.

Wadia-Ells  has been a life-long "big-picture" change agent for women. She served as  corporate manager of affirmative action at Polaroid Corporation in the 1970's as the Fortune 200 created a model affirmative action program developed by and for women.

Her work at Polaroid is described in Not Servants. Not Machines: Office Workers Speak Out, by Jean Tepperman,(Beacon Press), and Networking:The Great New Way for Women to Get Ahead, by Mary-Scott Welch, (Harcourt Brace).

Wadia-Ells was a faculty member in Lesley University's Adult Baccalaureate Program for over a decade;   founded  The Wise Ones Conference Group, producing watershed feminist conferences throughout New England, including the 5th anniversary conference of the Women's Ways of Knowing Study (Basic Books). She is also the creator of the Women's Journal Writing Group, based on the work of Writing Down the Bones author, Natalie Goldberg.

Wadia-Ells' publications include: The Adoption Reader: Birth Mothers, Adoptive Mothers and Adopted Daughters Tell Their Stories, ( Seal Press.) & The Wellness TREK (for Mannatech Corporation Distributors & Educators ). She also helped edit and produce The Economic Report of the People, by Juliet Schor, Samuel Bowles and other members at the Center for Popular Economics, University of Massachusetts, (South End Press).

Wadia-Ells'  Honest Health and political/autobiographical  columns have appeared in the Brattleboro Reformer (VT), the Gloucester Daily Times (MA), the Cape Cod Times (MA), the Keene Sentinel (NH), Sojourner (MA), the Worcester Telegram and Gazette (MA), the Eagle Tribune (MA), Management Review (American Management Association), Society & Innovation and In These Times and in various on-line journals. She has a son, Anil, and divides her time between Manchester by the Sea, MA and Key West, FL

Wadia-Ells received her undergraduate degree at Hood College, did graduate work at the School for International Training of The Experiment in International Living, received a graduate degree in energy economics and political development from The Fletcher School (Tufts University) and a PhD in Women's Studies and autobiographical writing (The Union Institute and University). 

Throughout her life, Wadia-Ells has also lived, studied and/or worked in Shiraz, Iran; western India; South India; Zimbabwe; Kenya and Brazil.

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