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Myeloma Auto Stem Cell Transplants-65 Plus Want More than five years, right?

“Elderly multiple myeloma patients who underwent autologous stem cell transplants showed comparable benefits, which highlights the fact that chronological age alone should not be used to determine transplantation

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Myeloma Cancer Coaching- VGPR From Induction- What Next?

“It would be logical to think that a complete response (CR) or Very Good Partial Remission (VGPR) status translated into a longer overall survival…” Dear Cancer Coach- My Mom had been

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How to Stay Positive During a Disability

It is possible to apply for disability online or at your local social security office. You’ll need to provide proof of your disability, which includes documentation from the doctor. Disability is

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Alzheimer’s, Cognitive Function, Mind-Body Therapy

“These changes also linked directly to improvements in subjective assessments of cognitive function, mood, sleep, and quality of life.” Though Alzheimer’s Disease is the most common type

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Does Surviving Multiple Myeloma Make You Stronger?

I have been a cancer survivor since 3/94 and I have read many books and articles about the health benefits of positive psychology or a positive outlook on life.  But the article below talks about a study

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Metastatic Renal Cell Carcinoma (RCC)- Promising Remedies?

Thereby, the codelivered nanoassemblies of sorafenib and curcumin provided a promising strategy to enhance the combinational therapy of HCC.” Hi David, I’ve read your article, I have heard before about

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Muscle-Invasive Bladder Cancer- Integrative Chemotherapy

Platinum-based neoadjuvant chemotherapy has been shown to improve survival outcomes in muscle-invasive bladder cancer patients… Dear Cancer Coach- my dad has stage 2 bladder cancer- it’s in the

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Early Prostate Cancer- 60’s Gleason 3+3 PSA 7

“Curcumin could be a potentially therapeutic anti‐cancer agent, as it significantly inhibits prostate cancer growth, as exemplified by LNCaP in vivo, and has the potential…” Dear Cancer

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Caregiving the Cancer Survivor with PTSD

“A recent study showed approximately one-fifth of patients with cancer experienced post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) several months after diagnosis, and many of these patients continued to live

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5 Of The Highest Paying Medical Positions In 2018

“All these medical positions require a lot of study and training. However, the money can make it all worth it. Remember, if you want to earn six figures, then you going to have to put in a lot of

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