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Breast Density and Breast Cancer

Although mammograms often include breast density measures, women are rarely told about them. But it's knowledge that could lead to informed choices about testing and treatment. Density. It's

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Renal Cell- Relapse on Lungs-

“We observed that cell proliferation and viability were markedly inhibited by curcumin, while cell apoptosis was promoted…” Dear Cancer Coach-I had a kidney removed in February of this

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Bone Loss in the Prostate Cancer Survivor

“Survivors of breast cancer, prostate cancer, and childhood leukemia are at particularly high risk for changes in bone mineral density (BMD) / osteoporosis that can lead to fractures., bone can become

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Pain following Breast Cancer Surgery?

An article titled "Breast Cancer May Be Gone, but Pain Lingers" details a research study that shows a high prevalence of pain after treatment for breast cancer. http://health.usnews.com/heal...

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Three Home Improvements That Can Help If You or Someone in Your Family Is Recovering from Cancer Surgery

Here are three good home improvements to make, that are also nice, convenient things to have once you are able to move around normally again. When you are recovering from surgery as a cancer patient, you

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Better Overall Health Allows For Much Higher Chances Of Winning

“The best habits to have are exercise at least every other day, eating healthy, and do not smoke or drink. Exercise doesn’t have to be strenuous, it can be as simple as a walk…” It is important

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Breast Cancer- Saving Nipples During Mastectomy Does Not Increase Risk of Relapse

“More women are requesting NSM because of the superior cosmetic results, but doctors don’t want to take any chances with breast cancer patients’ safety for the sake of cosmetic improvement” My

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Bladder Cancer- Observation?

“Bladder cancer has the highest lifetime treatment cost of all cancers, with substantial economic burden throughout the entire disease course…with the focus on limiting overuse of surveillance

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Multiple Myeloma Prevention

Consider evidence-based, non-toxic, non-conventional therapies for multiple myeloma prevention Multiple Myeloma prevention, or reducing your risk of full MM once you have been diagnosed with pre-MM (SBP,

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Is “ChemoBrain” “Gray matter reduction” in Breast Cancer?

"This study is the first to use a prospective, longitudinal approach to document decreased brain gray matter density shortly after breast cancer chemotherapy and its course of recovery over time.

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