Royal Jelly & Estrogen Positive Breast Cancer

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center tells people that “if You have estrogen receptor-positive breast cancer: Royal jelly can stimulate growth of cancer cells.” And that it should not be taken.
I’d like to know what you have found in your research about this and would the same be true if used as skin creams since I have been using the So Ho Mish Skin Cream for a while now.
Your response would be greatly appreciated.

Angela's comments:

In the case of Estrogen Receptor Breast Cancer, I would avoid all potential sources of estrogen, including royal jelly. I would also use a product to help remove excess estrogen from the body.

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