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Articles That Discuss side effects ID and prevention

Medical Debt- Medical Billing- Financial Toxicity

Sick and struggling to pay, 100 million people in the U.S. live with medical debt Medical Billing is a key component of a diagnosis of cancer. Most cancer patients don’t think about financial toxicity

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Alzheimer’s Disease, dementia

“Brain health is becoming more important to the average person as the number of people with cognitive impairments, such as Alzheimer’s disease (AD), is rising significantly…” What

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Cryoablation Outperforms Radical Prostatectomy

“for PCa (cryoablation) using individualized cryoneedle delivery based on biopsy-proven cancer mapping achieved acceptable oncologic and functional outcomes with low rates of incontinence and complications.” You’ve

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Gene therapy and acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL)

“The immunotherapy, known as anti-CD19 chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T-cell therapy, puts a patient’s own immune cells through a laboratory process that results in the number of T-cells being

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Grape Seed Extract- Non-Toxic, Prostate Cancer Therapy

“Recently, we identified procyanidin B2 3,3″-di-O-gallate (B2G2) as most active constituent of grape seed extract (GSE) for efficacy against prostate cancer (PCa).” They say that all men

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Healing Trismus, Xerostomia, Mucositis

“These findings highlight the necessity of early preventive physiotherapy programs to reduce trismus occurrence…” I’m not a head & neck cancer survivor. But I did have local

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Lisa’s Story-Leukemia “Not Necessarily”

Does this mean I’m going to die?” Lisa asked innocently to Dr. Nantel, the hematologist at the Vancouver General Hospital. He had just diagnosed her with leukemia. “Not necessarily” was his reply Does

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Anita Mitchell- Stage IV Colon Cancer-

Mitchell had just turned 41 when she was diagnosed with Stage IV colon cancer in February 2005. The cancer in her colon had already metastasized —  Anita Mitchell is a busy mother to three children.

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Atrial Fibrillation- Dementia, Cognitive Impairment

Our findings underscore the importance of considering cognitive function in the management of patients with Atrial Fibrillation and the urgent need to develop evidence‐based strategies Insult to injury.

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Lower Cholesterol Naturally, Inexpensively, Painlessly

The combined results showed significant reduction of serum total cholesterol levels… triglycerides levels…and LDL-cholesterol levels,… and increase of HDL-cholesterol levels… by

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Non-alcoholic Fatty liver- cardiovascular events, women

“…we found that women with Non Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease are not more protected than men with NAFLD.” The takeaway from the study discussed below is that being female normally lowers

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Larynx Cancer- “Lost salivary and swallow…”

Hi David- Local oncologist did chemotherapy and radiation on my larynx cancer. Lost salivary and swallow. I need to get rid of feeding tube so I can eat real food again. Any ideas? I am sorry to learn

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