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Head & Neck Cancer- An Integrative Therapy no-brainer-

The Life of a Head & Neck Cancer Survivor is all about Risks. The Risk of Collateral Damage, the Risk of a Relapse of your Primary Cancer or the Risk of a Secondary Cancer. I am both a long-term cancer

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Protect Aging Skin While Reducing Your Risk of Skin Cancer

“Dermatologists constantly stress the need to protect skin from exposure to harmful ultraviolet (UV) radiation, which puts the body at risk for developing skin cancer… We all know that if we

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Curcumin Integrative, Non-Toxic Colorectal Cancer Therapy

Combining curcumin with conventional chemotherapeutic agents such as 5-FU could provide more effective treatment strategies against chemoresistant colon cancer cells. Curcumin gives a one-two punch to

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Dysplasia of the Tongue-Reduce Risk of Cancer?

“Dysplasia is the step preceding the formation of squamous cell carcinoma in lesions which have the potential to undergo dysplasia.” Dear Cancer Coach-I was diagnosed with dysplasia of the

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Metronomic Low-dose Chemo, Less Toxicity for Head & Neck Cancer

“However, patients who received the low-dose weekly regimen — commonly used in the United States — experienced considerably less toxicity” The study linked and excerpted below is saying

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Incurable HPV-Related Cancer- Oropharyngeal, Cervical, Anal-

The analysis included 24 patients (median age, 60 years; men, n = 20) with incurable HPV-16-related cancers (oropharyngeal, n = 22; cervical, n = 1; anal, n = 1). The good news is that the therapies Nivolomab

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Short-term Fasting Enhances Breast Cancer Chemotherapy, QOL

“…periodic fasting or fasting-mimicking diet techniques (short-term fasting) could become a tool in the arsenal to fight a variety of cancers.” At the outset, I must state that this blog

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Glottic, Laryngeal Cancer-Preservation of the Larynx Improves QOL

“A retrospective review of patients with laryngeal cancer using SEER-Medicare data demonstrated that chemoradiation was 4-fold more likely to be used in patients with advanced laryngeal cancer; however,

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Managing Brain Damage in Head/Neck Cancer

In a pilot study of the association, Razak and colleagues found that nine of 10 survivors of head/neck cancer had deficits in various aspects of neurocognitive function two years after treatment…” When my

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Less is more in Node-Negative Nasopharyngeal Cancer

Pooled analysis of four retrospective studies showed no significant difference in nodal recurrence in node-negative nasopharyngeal cancer, whether in-field or out-of-field recurrence. There was also no

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