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Struggling with side effects after cancer treatment?

Learn how you can manage and alleviate your current side effects while actively working to prevent a relapse or secondary cancer using evidence-based, non-toxic therapies.

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Articles That Discuss side effects ID and prevention

Cancer Therapy + Cardiotoxicity = Heart Damage, Death

“Cardiotoxicity is a well-established complication of multiple chemotherapeutic agents. Cardiotoxicity related to chemotherapy can occur in many ways…” Many FDA approved, safe and effective

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Cranberries- Heart, Brain, Bladder, Immune Health

“Researchers have found that eating cranberries could improve brain health, ward off dementia, and reduce ‘bad’ cholesterol…” If you’re here, reading posts on PeopleBeatingCancer,

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Anterior Cervical Spine Surgery (ACSS), Radiation & Difficulty Swallowing/Dysphagia

“They include xerostomia, dysgeusia, fibrosis, lymphedema, dysphagia, dental caries, osteoradionecrosis, hearing loss, neuropathy, and changes in voice quality.” I underwent anterior cervical

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Chemo, Radiation, Anti-Aging- Inflammation= Inflammaging

“Following a nutrient-dense diet, exercising regularly, and avoiding smoking and excessive alcohol intake are the best ways to support healthy aging and slow the effects of aging on your body.” Aging,

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Understand, I.D., Prevent Chemotherapy-Induced Cardiomyopathy-

“Regarding the effectiveness of taking vitamin C during doxorubicin treatment, the findings suggest vitamin C may represent a promising opportunity to reduce some of the drug’s most debilitating

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Managing Side Effects- Physical Therapy- Exercise, Stretching and more…

These natural remedies for your side effects in general and side effects such as peripheral neuropathy specifically are often overlooked. Here’s the research… Stretching– it feels good,

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Radiation-induced Spindle Cell Sarcoma

From: Jane Subject: Sarcoma Dear David: 12 years ago breast cancer operated on, Radiation and chemo.  3 years ago a spindle cell  sarcoma operated on with radiation . Today sarcoma has returned.  Diagnosis:

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Addressing Severe Side Effects in Women Cancer Patients

“Women are at higher risk than men for severe cancer treatment-related adverse events (AEs), particularly for immunotherapy, according to a study..” Immunotherapy can do amazingly positive

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Chemotherapy Destroys Muscle-

“In addition, cancer patients with low skeletal muscle mass during cancer treatment have been reported to have a higher risk of mortality (3–5), cancer recurrence (6–8), and reduced quality

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Cancer Survivor? Heart, Side Effects will Kill You-

“A clear and unambiguous relation exists between therapeutic exposures and specific adverse events experienced by the survivors…” Why is the study linked below only studying surviving

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