Does Your Childhood Experience Affect your Health as an Adult!? Come listen in Thurs 6pm

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339ca31David H. Nguyen, Ph.D., is a tumor biologist interested in figuring out why childhood trauma increases a person’s risk of cancer during adulthood. His research seeks to make predictions about the biological mechanisms linking childhood trauma and cancer. He is the founding editor-in-chief of Cancer InCytes magazine, a free public health e-magazine (www.CancerInCytes.org) that talks about the deep connections between childhood trauma, cancer risk, and social injustice. He has published numerous cancer research articles in peer-reviewed journals and is author of the forthcoming graduate textbookSystems Biology of Tumor Physiology: Rethinking the Past, Defining the Future (Springer Science + Business Media).

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4 thoughts on “Does Your Childhood Experience Affect your Health as an Adult!? Come listen in Thurs 6pm

  1. I think their might be some environmental connection as well as trauma in childhood. Trauma in my case was CSA and domestic abuse within our household which took its toll on my mental health later on in my life. Ailments then can become more exaggerated due to our body having mixed signals. Possibilities are endless but it’s good to know people are researching all areas of life to find the answers. Keep up the good work!

    • I agree! Trauma left me with phisical problems as I got older. Mental health issues in the way of many many years of therapy. I am thrilled to know people are researching the connection. More proof that “it” doesn’t just go away because you grew up and left the environment of your abuse. Thanks so much for your thoughts . XOXO Annie

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