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PeopleBeatingCancer- 2013 Fall Fundraiser

The PeopleBeatingCancer Fall Fundraiser “Join me in celebrating 20 yrs of beating cancer & 10 yrs of PeopleBeatingCancer” was a tremendous success! PeopleBeatingCancer raised $8,395 online

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Kidney/Renal Cancer- Cryotherapy

Recently, ablative techniques, such as radiofrequency ablation (RFA) and cryoablation, have taken a more prominent role in the treatment of Kidney Cancer   According to the Society of Interventional

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Myeloma Chemotherapy- Chemo-Induced Liver Inflammation

“After 2 weeks, the tests showed liver inflammation. We have stopped the treatment for 10 days and the liver has returned normal.” Hi Cancer Coach: Here are some news of myeloma chemotherapy

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Revlimid, Multiple Myeloma, Secondary Cancer

“…various types of therapies (eg, oral alkylating therapy, myeloablative therapy used in conjunction with ASCT, radiotherapy, and revlimid (lenalidomide) to be associated with an excess of

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Plasma Cell Multiple Myeloma- A Bone Cancer? A Blood Cancer?

Multiple myeloma is frequently identified because malignant plasma cell continue producing an antibody, which can be detected as a paraprotein. If you are reading this page,  you may be wondering why

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AYA Cancer Survivors- Psychosocial Care

The delivery of quality health care for adolescent and young adults with cancer and survivors requires an in-depth and comprehensive approach that focuses on the unique psychosocial challenges faced by

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Pancreatic Cancer-Pharmacologic Ascorbic Acid, Curcumin, Bitter Melon?

The patient survived nearly 4 years after diagnosis (pancreatic cancer), with PAA as his sole treatment, and he achieved objective regression of his disease. Hi David. Please help me. My mom (78) was diagnosed

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Cancer-Related Fatigue in Multiple Myeloma

“(Cancer-related fatigue) occurs (in MM) due to various reasons, such as patient-related factors, treatment-related factors, inflammatory cytokines, and metabolic and/or endocrine dysregulation.” Cancer-related

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Cancer: Are There Any Ways To Prevent It?

According to Cancer Research, four out of ten cases of cancer are preventable with simple lifestyle changes being made In 2015, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported that cancer had become one of

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Alternative Options for Pain Management in Cancer Patients

Minimizing or eliminating the pain you experience from cancer is something all patients want. If the use of narcotics, opiate, and opioids has not benefited you, or you fear you could be developing a dependency… Majority

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