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I begin all post about anti-aging therapies by explaining that I am a cancer survivor who has undergone aggressive chemotherapy and radiation. My goal is to reduce my risk of cancer relapse, reduce myContinue reading
Pill-induced Esophageal injury may present as erosions, kissing ulcers, and multiple small areas of ulceration with bleeding, mainly in the middle third of the esophagus. I never knew that pill-inducedContinue reading
Immune Checkpoint Inhibitor Hyperprogression, Death?!? Cancer patients only hear about the dramatic success stories of fellow patients who respond remarkably well from ICI’s. But the research linkedContinue reading
Cancer is a disease that affects everyone, even those who don’t have it. When talking about cancer and mental health, we use the term “survivor” instead of “victim.” We encourageContinue reading
Ototoxicity or hearing loss that is caused by chemotherapy is yet another serious side effect that, according to the research linked below, is not well studied or monitored by conventional oncology. OnceContinue reading
Caught between a rock and a hard place. Radiation side effects result from therapy that may be curative or simply buy you more time. What is the head and neck cancer (H&N) survivor to do? Anticipate,Continue reading
You’ve been bone-tired for months and you don’t know why. You are diagnosed with a blood cancer called multiple myeloma and your oncologist tells you that you have anemia. Now you are depressedContinue reading
Cancer side effects are on the rise. First, the population is aging in the United State. Older people means more cancer diagnoses. Second, cancer is being diagnosed earlier. Diagnostic testing such asContinue reading
If you are a cancer survivor, I’m guessing that you are familiar with SPPADE side effects. Most of us are. According to the research linked below, most cancer survivors live with some or all ofContinue reading
Living in chronic pain is a fate worse than death in my experience. I say this because as a long-term cancer survivor, I suffer from chronic pain off and on depending on the source, the type, etc. In myContinue reading
Black cancer survivors develop chemotherapy-induced cardiomyopathy (CIC) much more often than other cancer survivors according to the study linked and excerpted below. If you are African-American and areContinue reading
There’s DNA damage and sperm DNA damage. While all systemic side effects are important including: Inflammation (read more 1) premature aging, senescence (read more 2) DNA damage, (read moreContinue reading