Category Archives for cancer

Low-dose Naltrexone, Curcumin, EGCG, Cisplatin- Integrative Ovarian Cancer Therapies

“The objective of this study was to determine the effect on synergism in activity from the sequenced combinations of cisplatin (Cis) with curcumin (Cur) and epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG) and

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Initial Signs of Male Cancer Facts and Considerations

You need to understand all the valued information as you can about male cancers and pass this on to everyone in a real-world technique. Usually talking, men are disreputable for disregarding their well-being

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Organic Diet-Fewer Cancer Dx’s, Longer Cancer Survival

“In a study, those who ate more organic produce, dairy, meat and other products had 25 percent fewer cancer diagnoses over all, especially lymphoma and breast cancer.” It’s official.

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6 Tips for Dealing with Cancer in the Early Stages

Finding out you have cancer for the first time can be a shock. As a result, you may go through a range of emotions when trying to come to terms with your new reality. However, after all of the emotions

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Deep Vein Thrombosis (Blood Clot) and Increased Risk of Cancer

“It is well known that early treatment is crucial for the prognosis of many types of cancer, and our findings show that an arterial thrombosis in the leg is associated with an increased risk of cancer

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Survival Impact of Integrative Cancer Care in Advanced Metastatic Breast Cancer

“…survival of metastatic breast cancer patients at the Center was approximately double that of comparison populations and possibly even higher compared to trials published during this period…” The

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Cancer- Exercise Before, During and After treatment.

Cancer patients who’ve been told to rest and avoid exercise can – and should – find ways to be physically active both during and after treatment, according to new national guidelines...

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Nutrition Research and The Multiple Myeloma Survivor’s Diet

Almost everything we “know” about nutrition is based on small, flawed studies. The conclusions that can be drawn from them are limited but often oversold by researchers and the news media. I am a long-term

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6 Ways You Can Prepare for Cancer Surgery – Both Mentally and Physically

The “C” in Cancer Surgery Stands For Cure Cancer is called the dreaded “C” word, but that is no longer the case. People are becoming empowered to take control of their own odds in beating cancer.

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Cancer Coaching: Resource: CancerQuest

Cancer Coaching: “CancerQuest was designed to present an overview of both normal and cancer biology…” My name is David Emerson. I am the Director of PeopleBeatingCancer, cancer survivor

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