Category Archives for side effects ID and prevention

Exercise Enhances Brain Training

“These enhancements in memory were most striking among the volunteers whose fitness had also improved the most, especially if they also practiced brain training.” Brain health and therefore

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DCIS diagnosis w/ Expectations of Tamoxifen Side Effects? Here’s Relief…

The study found that women who had higher expectations of suffering more and worse side-effects before their (Tamoxifen) treatment began did, in fact, experience more after two years of adjuvant hormone

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Post-Radiation Sarcoma- Living in Fear

“Complications that arise from Post-Radiation Sarcoma are those seen with other soft-tissue and bone tumors, such as pathologic fractures, hemorrhage, metastases, and local complications due to direct

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Radiation-induced Plexopathy, Radiculopathy or Myelopathy?

“The clinical picture is one of progressive motor and sensory loss in the legs, usually appearing within a year after radiation, but sometimes delayed up to several years..” Plexopathy, Radiculopathy

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Catheter Ablation, Drugs or…Evidence-based Non-toxic therapies?

“Serious adverse events were more common in the ablation groups, although differences between the ablation and drug therapy groups were not statistically significant (7.2% vs. 3.8%)…” According

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Curcumin Potentiates Chemo, Induces Apoptosis in Head and Neck Cancer

“All current treatment regimens for head and neck cancer have adverse effects…That tumours become resistant to cisplatin is a major reason why head and neck cancer patients frequently see their

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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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Chemotherapy-induced Peripheral Neuropathy and Therapies That Can Help

Chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy” (CIPN) effects the lives of up to 40% of cancer patients who receive chemotherapy. You’ve heard the saying that “the cure is worse than the disease?”

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Despite Toxicity Breast Cancer Patients Can Preserve Heart Health

“We believe that breast cancer patients receiving chemotherapy should be offered a tailored exercise program based on pretreatment levels of physical function,” If you are about to undergo

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