Cancer is one of the most insidious evils facing women today:

  • One out of every two U.S. adults are expected to be diagnosed with a form of cancer during their lifetime. (Medscape)
  • One out of every eight women in the U.S. will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime. (
  • An estimated 1,630 U.S. adults die from cancer every day. (American Cancer Society)

A recent visitor to our ReVital website asked our chat moderator this question,

“I didn’t know if having cancer would disqualify me. Am I still able to come there for treatment?”

Many of our patients, maybe even yourself, are facing the grim reality of fighting cancer. We love to support each of you in your fight. If you’re living with cancer, we understand that some days are better than others. We’re committed to doing our part to help you have the energy and courage you need to fight cancer. Our board-certified physicians can help you determine with your oncologist whether hormone replacement therapy is best and what timing may be considered in tandem with your ongoing treatments.

Rebalancing your hormone levels can help elevate your energy level. It can also help clear your mind from any mental fog so you can focus on chemotherapy or radiation. Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy is also proven to alleviate feelings of anxiety and depression. Having a positive outlook on your future can give you the determination you need to stay committed to beating cancer.

You are more than any diagnosis. Your self-worth, potential, influence, and beauty supersedes even the most daunting diagnosis. We firmly believe that what makes a woman beautiful is her ability to embrace all that life has to offer, no matter what. This is why we help women of all ages, backgrounds, and health conditions regain a healthy balance through hormone replacement therapy.

Let our ReVital care team support you in your fight against cancer by improving many of the same hormones that help your mind and body be strong and focused. Click here to schedule your next appointment today.