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Bernard A. Eskin

Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology

University of Philadelphia

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Background Information

Employment History

Professor

School of Medicine


Director

Menopause-Geripause Centers


Professor of OB and GYN

Drexel University


Affiliations

Society for Sex Therapy and Research

Emeritus Member


Education

MD


MS


Web References(21 Total References)


Cystic Breast Disease

www.pihealth.com [cached]

Dr. Bernard Eskin, professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Philadelphia, has shown that the whole reproductive system requires iodine to work properly, especially breast and ovarian tissue.
Because of the breast's affinity to both iodine and the circulating hormones of the thyroid, it has been suggested that the breast is likened to one big thyroid gland!


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Dr. Bernard Eskin, professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Philadelphia, has shown that the whole reproductive system requires iodine to work properly, especially breast and ovarian tissue.
Because of the breast's affinity to both iodine and the circulating hormones of the thyroid, it has been suggested that the breast is likened to one big thyroid gland.


Cystic Breast Disease

www.pihealth.com [cached]

Dr. Bernard Eskin, professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Philadelphia, has shown that the whole reproductive system requires iodine to work properly, especially breast and ovarian tissue.
Because of the breast's affinity to both iodine and the circulating hormones of the thyroid, it has been suggested that the breast is likened to one big thyroid gland!


All about iodine. – Dr. Poppy Daniels

drpoppy.com [cached]

Thanks to some wonderful physicians like Dr. David Brownstein, Dr. Guy Abraham, and Dr. Bernard Eskin, I have learned how vital iodine is to so many areas of the body.
I am still upset about the fact that Dr. Eskin, one of the world's foremost researchers on iodine and the breast, was actually a faculty member at Drexel University in Philadelphia, where I did my training. However, as a resident, I never even met this great man, let alone was exposed to his groundbreaking work. His research in rats established the iodine-dependent functioning of breast tissue, which is greatly increased by pregnancy and lactation. He further showed that when a chemical agent like percholorate was introduced to the breast, it blocked iodine functioning leading to development of atypia in the breast tissue.


LugoTab Iodine and Potassium Iodide Nutritional Supplement

remodelingyourhealth.com [cached]

In a 1975 research study, Dr. Bernard Eskin of Drexel University demonstrated that deliberately blocking breast cells from access to iodine resulted in precancerous changes.


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