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Exercise- Endometrial Cancer, Reduce Relapse

Exercise may be a critical component of endometrial cancer prevention, and walking for thirty minutes a day five days a week is enough to make a difference.  

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Exercise- Non-Medical Intervention for Alzheimer’s

“physical activity, exercise among people already diagnosed with the early stages of Alzheimer’s, moderate to high-intensity workouts may not only slow down the biological symptoms of Alzheimer’s—but

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Cardiomyopathy- Non-toxic approach

The goal of cardiomyopathy treatment is to help your heart be as efficient as possible and to prevent further damage and loss of function. I am a cardiomyopathy (CM) survivor not a cardiologist. Well,

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Elderly Myeloma

Elderly myeloma patients, according to research, fare worse, on average, compared to younger patients, when diagnosed with multiple myeloma. Duh!  Of course they do. But why is this and how does it factor

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Hawthorn Extract for Chronic Heart Failure

 These results suggest that there is a significant benefit in symptom control and physiologic outcomes from hawthorn extract as an adjunctive treatment for chronic heart failure. I supplement with hawthorn

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CIPN Chemobrain Related!?

It shouldn’t come as a surprise to learn that, according to the first study linked below,  CIPN and Chemobrain are related. As a cancer survivor myself who lives with both CIPN and Chemobrain, I

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Genetic Cancer Risk

What is your genetic cancer risk? Or to put this question another way, do your genes pre-dispose you to a specific type of cancer? Yes, genetics can play a role in predisposing a person to cancer. Certain

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Cardio-Oncology Rehabilitation

  I had to figure out my own cardio-oncology rehabilitation program.  My diagnosis of a blood cancer called multiple myeloma in early 1994  led to  the standard-of-care, FDA approved, safe and

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Nasal Irrigation SARS-CoV-2 infection-

Though I have been vaccinated for the SARS-Cov-2 infection, I think it is possible that I can get the virus, pretty much at any time… regardless. Let’s be honest with ourselves.  All manner

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Preventive MRI- Pros and Cons

Will a preventive MRI save your life? Or do more harm than good? Or maybe you will spend $2500.oo on peace-of-mind. What is a preventive MRI? A preventive full body MRI refers to a comprehensive magnetic

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5 Main Benefits of Having a Concierge Doctor

To many people, the idea of a concierge doctor or concierge medicine can seem rather excessive. However, while paying an annual fee or retainer can seem unnecessary, there are many advantages to take into

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Prevent Cancer Relapse Secondary Cancer

Can I prevent cancer relapse and secondary cancer? I am referring to both my own cancer relapsing and/or many of the secondary cancers that I am at increased risk of. And I am referring to your own cancer

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