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Cathleen London, MD

Dr. Cathleen London graduated from Brown University in 1988 and received her medical degree from Yale University School of Medicine in 1995. She completed her internship and residency in Family Medicine at Oregon Health Sciences University in 1998.

Outside of patient care, Dr. London consults to the supplement industry, working with raw ingredient manufacturers on the development of innovative treatments. She also frequently appears in the media discussing various health topics.

Website: www.cornellwomenshealth.com


Tomatoes and natural tomato complex may be the ultimate women’s health food

Heart disease, breast cancer, ovarian cancer, skin cancer, endometrial cancer and osteoporosis— what do they have in common? They are all caused by oxidative stress, they attack women and they can all be prevented by tomatoes. The tomato may very well be one of nature’s most perfect foods, containing phytonutrients that help prevent oxidative damage which serves to protect against the...