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Three decades my next guest has entertain American audiences on television.
You may remember her from the classic seventy's sitcom three's company where she played a ditzy blonde named -- -- Not only is she a well known TV actress but -- onto for nor the states and the author of more than 22 books.
In her latest book bombshell Suzanne Somers discusses recent breakthroughs in medical science.
Recently I asked her about the biggest breakthrough she came across.
There's so many but I would think the game changer right now that is so interesting is.
What's going on with prostate cancer.
Doctor Abraham Morgan dollar was one of my -- interviewees and he's on the faculty at Harvard and we've met a dinner party a couple of years -- really got along well.
He called me earlier this year and he says something I think you'll find very interesting nice in the mean start my recorder.
And he said we have been.
Doing -- clinical study that we just completed.
Small but very important -- men with active.
Prostate cancer doesn't matter what stage.
As long as they've not been treated with -- that chemicals or radiation we given testosterone in their cancer is regressing and I think that is such a -- huge breakthrough and end game changer for men with prostate 'cause.
You know when the prostate and large is what it's really looking forward say it's -- and -- it's testosterone dependent.
And it's enlarging looking towards essential building block which is testosterone which declines with age and stress and toxicity -- -- a what it wants and goes back to its normal -- -- big surprises and.
And the thing about your book -- you're interviewing a lot of these doctors who were doing this primary research and me in touch with patients all over the country.
He got a lot of about a lot of different kinds of things so rejuvenation and stem cell -- -- a lot of thinks -- yourself to that I -- -- really really scary do you recommend this for everybody.
-- what it's kind of put in book I've spent a lot of time researching.
The one thing that I haven't said.
I had no track record within this country was we growing my -- taken in cancer.
This August and I think that that is another game changer when you have breast cancer.
And mine was a lumpectomy and I figure -- tumors the size of the quarter and I'll take the tumor out the margins around and won't be so bad.
But when they took advantage is off almost -- more than half of my breast was -- and then radiation.
Finished off the rest of it and so.
I eight didn't want implants or the tram flap so IA found a doctor in Japan.
-- successfully done this over 400 women in that Japan and I brought him over here hooked him up with American surgeon.
I wanted to be an American she meant by an American doctor on an American woman so that.
Americans I can stop having to go offshore to do stem cell protocols.
Using up their life savings because -- I -- -- to the Dominican Republic or Germany or Asia.
And who are doctors want to do -- -- their hands are tied.
So I thought I would open it up and since August since my clinical trial opened now a 110 women -- hadn't done.
Well it's it's fascinating -- -- all this is -- in the -- yes I wouldn't talk to you as well about your business -- says you know we think of you with an actor us now of course you've got to the string of books ten New York Times best sellers.
But you're really running a business and -- -- to do with health and making people feel good about aging.
You're 65 yes.
You say about that I am I shouted I never thought I could feel this good and you look this that is 65 -- really.
Plus -- I've you know I have what I like about what's happening to me is my energy is youthful.
In fact I -- day anti aging senator in Korea last year that some senator and they.
Have a way of testing -- biological age version verses -- chronological in my biologic cannot 35 so.
-- -- -- Yeah -- -- yeah.
So let's talk a little bit about your business so that people don't they give you is not normally you're really a serial lot entrepreneur words and you have a lot of different divisions -- food.
You have clothing -- all kinds of things.
Well how do you decide what to ask and it has to be in an in line with my message.
So is there's always a thread of my clothing line is called hip sexy but not desperate.
Hunt -- As we get older don't wanna hit we wanna be sexy that we don't wanna look like lowering our daughter's clothes.
And run I would I would.
When I was fired from three's company a had a bad being revelation.
I I thought I never one who work for anybody ever again I wanna work for myself I.
I I I was really I victim of settlement of chauvinism not one of these -- -- talks about.
You know men and in that way but it really was it was -- boys club they wanna pay what they -- paying the -- on the -- or making.
A minimum of ten times more than I was I was on the number one show and I had the highest demographics of all when -- show.
Why by Serb added to that chemistry that's for sure.
And I AM they want to make an example specifically of me.
Because I had the highest demographics of all women in television that time so no other women in television would have the audacity to ask to be paid with the men were being paid.
So I got fired.
That it cannot negatives are lessons and -- RI AA that's when we started to.
That part of my career -- bought this pair of Manolo Blahnik issues.
-- -- -- -- -- -- And they were 565.
Dollars and that was twenty some odd years -- and that makes it like 2000 dollars today.
And then my dressing room and I'm in my underwear and I'm thinking.
I husband is it's not contain mad at me -- can pick -- stupid for spending so much money on -- issues and I -- when he thinks -- stupid.
So I walked out in my underwear and in the new -- -- -- how do you like my initiatives -- -- but the fact that it.
Great Lakes and a hello my god that's the thigh master commercial and so then I could amortized issues too because we -- -- in the commercial -- our national I have to that are there is no doubt about it.
I think continue talking to you for another I don't know how long thanks for coming on the show thank you -- absolutely -- thank you exactly.
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