All posts by David Emerson

Cardiomyopathy of Pediatric Cancer Chemo- Fix NOW!

…the risk of severe, life-threatening or fatal cardiomyopathy by age 40 was evaluated via agent-specific Cox proportional hazards models. Chemotherapy-induced cardiomyopathy as a late stage side

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Reduce/Eliminate Blood Clots (DVT) from Chemotherapy

“After the cancer itself, blood clots are the second leading cause of death, along with infection, in real-world cancer outpatients receiving chemotherapy… Newly diagnosed cancer patients must

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Explaining The Types Of Personal Injuries

It’s important to educate yourself about the different types of personal injuries so that you can better determine if you have a claim, should you be injured. You never know when you might find yourself

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C-B-D Strength/Dosing Info for Relapsed Myeloma

We wanted to know the specifics connected with the research from the article, we want to find out the specific C-B-D strength/measurements and dosing and how effected with body weight. Hello David -Thank

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Financial Cost of DCIS Got You Worried? Read This

The cost of early stage breast cancer (DCIS) therapy is a concern that influences treatment decisions for many women, even when they have insurance and higher income… Though Ductal Carcinoma In-situ

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Five Truisms of Incurable Disease from IBD to Myeloma

As incurable diseases go, Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) and Multiple Myeloma (MM) could not be more different. IBD is localized to the lining of the intestinal tract and MM is a systemic blood cancer.

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Melanoma Dx- Evidence-based, Non-toxic Skin Cancer Therapies

Chronic exposure of solar UV radiation to the skin leads to basal cell and squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma. Cancer Coach- Hi from the UK. I am a 3 year stage 3B melanoma survivor who is under a “watch

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AFib, Hypertension, Stroke- Conventional or Non-Conventional Therapies?

“Also have invested in a portable Infrared Sauna so I can do healthy (20 min.) sweats 4-5x per week. After 2 months, still have recurring AFib…” Dear Cancer Coach- In your experience,

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Radiation for Breast Cancer- The Risk of Angiosarcoma is Real

…209 (0.1%) of the 184,823 patients who received radiotherapy developed radiotherapy-associated angiosarcoma (RAAS) of the breast and/or chest wall, at a mean latency of 8 years and a median of

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Myeloma Cancer Coaching- VGPR From Induction- What Next?

“It would be logical to think that a complete response (CR) or Very Good Partial Remission (VGPR) status translated into a longer overall survival…” Dear Cancer Coach- My Mom had been

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