Has Dr. Green ever released data showing how many of his patients have developed (or died from) cancer? Since he has now been prescribing Rapa for so many years and to so many (hundreds), it would be interesting to compare to the average in the same age group.
this would be a statistically meaningless number
Sure if you where writing a paper, but as a general info i would alsow like to know
No, and while I agree it would be interesting, I get the feeling that with over 1200 new patients over the past few years, and being his age and a small medical office, I get the feeling he’s completely overwhelmed already. So - I don’t think this type of data would be forthcoming any time soon.
I recently had an appointment with Dr. Green, and I asked him this question.
His answer was, “out of the about 1500 patients I have, less than 5 patients developed cancer” he added that almost all of them has prostate cancer.
Wow. I don’t know how that stacks up to the average for people over 50 (guessing most, if not all of his patients are over 50) but that seems on it’s face to be pretty remarkable if it’s accurate.
Yes - but remember, his patients are likely heavily skewed towards the health fanatic types (similar to our community members who are likely doing all sorts of things to improve their healthspan and lifespan) - so there are many confounders with this population of patients.
Ahh, excellent point.