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Category Archives for cancer

Neuroendocrine Tumors- A Complete Guide to Understand the Condition & Its Coding

With incidence rates increasing markedly over the past fifteen years more and more people are being diagnosed with cancer. Accounting for a small fraction of the number of new cancer cases, more than 12,000

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Risk of Therapy-Related Second Cancer “Exponentially Higher”

“the relative risk of this late effect —(therapy-related second cancer)— is exponentially higher than was supposed” Don’t be surprised if your oncologist turns to you and says “the

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Lower Blood Pressure w/ Evidence-based, Non-toxic Therapies

Exercise, Nutrition, Sauna and a host of nutritional supplements including nattokinase, taurine, omega-3 fatty acids, and more have proven ability to lower blood pressure. Last week I was diagnosed with

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Evidence to Manage My Heart Disease is “Weak”

This problem (weak evidence) is by no means unique to heart disease. Many medical decisions are based on weak evidence or even human hunches rather than high-quality evidence… Evidence-based medicine

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AYA, Childhood Cancer Survivors’ Future Risk of Heart Disease

“About 4.5 percent of the childhood cancer survivors had cardiovascular diseases like heart failure and blood clots in the deep veins of the legs, and most cases occurred before age 40, almost eight

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Is There Potential for Cord Blood NK Cells to Treat Cancer?

“Natural killer cells have a remarkable potential to kill cancer as well as virally infected cells. They are the first cells to reconstitute after HSCT (8–14), they facilitate engraftment (78),

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Stage 2 PCa- CBD Therapy

“It seems that the studies of Sarfaraz and colleagues lead to the direction that cannabinoids should be considered as agents for the management of prostate cancer..” I was aware of a non traditional

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Stage 2 PCa- Leaking bladder…anal bleeding…none of this was appealing to me

“The decision to go with active surveillance or watchful waiting (after PCa diagnosis) is a personal one…because treatments such as surgery, radiation, or chemotherapy can be rough on your

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Prostate Cancer Biopsy- “…piss blood for a week, and shit blood for a day.”

The results of my PCa biopsy will be discussed at our next scheduled appointment, a month later.  I go home to piss blood for a week, and shit blood for a day. So with that procedure done (cystoscopy),

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Prostate Cancer…Seriously Uncomfortable Cystoscopy…

“It’s also because the results from the prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test, which can be part of the screening, may lead to a misdiagnosis of prostate cancer…” I needed to find a

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