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Bernard A. Eskin

Professor

Drexel Medicine

HQ Phone:  (215) 762-2688

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Drexel Medicine

219 N. Broad Street The Arnold T. Berman, MD Building, 8Th Floor

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,19107

United States

Company Description

Drexel Medicine provides patients in Philadelphia, PA with exceptional care, specializing in primary care, cardiology, dermatology, surgery, neurology, women's health, and sleep disorders. ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology

University of Philadelphia


Director

Menopause-Geripause Centers


Director

Drexel University


Affiliations

Society for Sex Therapy and Research

Emeritus Member


Education

MD


MS


Web References(24 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!


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.


USS PROVIDENCE CL-82/CLG-6 Official Site of USS Providence Associaton

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Dr. Bernard Eskin (CL82) represents Providence Association


eskin

www.ussprovidence.org [cached]

Dr. Bernard Eskin:
I would like to take this opportunity to thank Doctor Bernard Eskin (CL82) for representing the Providence Association at the Family Day at Providence, R.I.. Bernie Eskin photos Bernard A. Eskin, MS, MD Professor Drexel University College of Medicine


Alternative Therapies for Breast Cancer - Therapies - Planet Herbs

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In the Canadian Journal of Surgery, Dr. William Ghent, former Professor Emeritus of Surgery, at Queen's University in Kingston, Ont. and Dr. Bernard Eskin, Professor of Reproductive Endocrinology and Obstetrics & Gynecology at Medical College of Pennsylvania, (who both collaborated on clinical research of iodine deficiency and fibrocystic disease in the 1970's) have speculated that the elemental iodine is essential for breast normality, and its absence seems to render the breast ducts more sensitive to estrogen stimulation and subsequent formation of cysts and scar tissue.


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