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Search Results for: Pediatric Cancer

Preventing Radiation Damage to the Pediatric Cancer Brain

Pediatric Cancer Patients are Living Longer Than Every Before. Now Let’s Help Them Live a Higher Quality of Life I began my cancer journey at 34. Technically I am an AYA cancer survivor. While I

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Should Minors (pediatric cancer patients) be Forced to Undergo Chemotherapy?

Should American citizens have the right to chose what medical therapy they undergo? Should minors (pediatric cancer patients) be able to choose? This debate goes beyond loosing your hair or puking your

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Umbilical cord blood transplantation for Pediatric Cancer

Umbilical cord blood, a rich source of blood-forming stem cells, has previously been shown to benefit many pediatric cancer patients with leukemia and myelodysplasia and other diseases When I was first

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Pediatric Brain Cancer- Burzynski and Antineoplaston Therapy

The results of the present study are favourable in comparison with radiation therapy and chemotherapy for pediatric brain cancer Full disclosure- After three years of unsuccessful conventional therapy

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Prevent Premature Aging – Pediatric, Adolescent Young Adult Cancer Survivors

“…an estimated 16 million cancer survivors who are alive in the United States today…Emerging evidence suggests that these cancer survivors are at risk for premature aging…” I

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Pediatric Liver Cancer – More Chemo, Higher Response, More Damage

Our results provide firm evidence for the efficacy of the applied regimen, with close to 80% of liver cancer patients achieving complete remission at the end of treatment. The study linked below citing

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Pediatric Brain Cancer- Antineoplaston Therapy from the Burzynski Research Institute

There were no chronic toxicities, and the quality of life for pediatric brain cancer patients was very good. The best results were obtained in the DIPG and AA groups. I think that cancer in children is

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Pediatric Head and Neck Cancer- Proton Beam Radiotherapy Reduces Side Effects

The area’s sensitivity (pediatric head and neck cancer) also means the effects of treatment can lower patient quality of life due to symptoms including loss of appetite, difficulty swallowing, or

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For Pediatric and AYA Cancer Survivors a “Cure is NOT Enough”

I’ve never said the phrase A Cure Is Not Enough out loud. It sounds like the title of some sort of weird movie. I feel selfish for even thinking it. I am a long-term survivor of an incurable blood

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Can Pediatric/AYA Cancer Late-Stage Side-Effects be prevented?

“”Cure is no longer a sufficient goal in pediatric cancer care,” the researchers wrote. “As the vast majority of these patients survive, attention must be paid to their long-term

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