Defy Your DNA!
Will you get cancer? The answer is in your DNA. Until now, your DNA has been your destiny, but that may not be true for much longer. Stephen Shrewsbury, M.D., says we will soon be able to, at least partially, influence the way our genes express themselves. Dr. Shrewsbury has led clinical research on gene patches, and he says all we need to do is send our genes this message: “We’re in charge.”
What if medical science could stop cancer or neuromuscular diseases in their tracks? What if it could protect us against biological weapons? What if it could slow or even reverse aging? Dr. Shrewsbury says any of those scenarios are plausible, and it won’t be long before we find out if they’re possible. Many of these personalized medicines are just on the horizon, but the first is already approved in the U.S. In his book, DEFY YOUR DNA , he explains what you’ll need to know to take advantage of this amazing new technology.
Have Dr. Shrewsbury on your show to talk about:
- Which medical conditions are closest to being treated with gene patches.
- Why you will know someone who can benefit from these treatments.
- Whether it’s a good idea to have your DNA mapped.
- How gene patches may lower the abortion rate and revolutionize the maternity ward.
- How long the human lifespan can be extended, and whether it’s a good idea to do it.
CREDENTIALS: Stephen Shrewsbury, M.D., spent 13 years working in the United Kingdom’s National Health Service before joining the pharmaceutical industry 20 years ago.
AVAILABILITY: Canada, nationwide by arrangement and via telephone
CONTACT: Stephen Shrewsbury, (778) 388-9223; email@example.com; defyyourdnabook.com; Skype: stephen.b.shrewsbury