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The ultimate myeloma therapy is quantitative- “Plus, Dr Elwood said, “the effect of a lifestyle is quantitative. That is, the more the better. The more exercise the better. The lower the body massContinue reading
Since suspicious groups of microcalcifications can appear even in the absence of DCIS, a biopsy may be necessary for diagnosis. Dear Cancer Coach. I was diagnosed by sterotactic biopsy with ductal carcinomaContinue reading
If you’ve been told that “you have multiple myeloma” you should read this book. The sooner you begin to learn about MM the sooner you will be able to wrap your brain around your lifeContinue reading
“The results of this clinical trial show that administration of antioxidants reduces chronic pelvic pain in women with endometriosis (endo) and inflammatory markers in the peritoneal fluid…” TheContinue reading
These results postulate the potential role of vitamin D3 for an effective, safe, nonsurgical medical treatment option for uterine fibroids…” According to the NIH website “Hundreds ofContinue reading