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Brain Cancer-Malignant Glioma- The Burzynski Research Institute

We report a 44-year-old female with a recurrent, multicentric, malignant glioma who experienced a durable remission lasting more than four years… The study linked below documents a case of “44-year-old

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Pediatric Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia-Increased 5-yr Survival but Lifetime of Pain

“Today, largely because of chemotherapy as well as some other treatments, like stem cell transplants, (for acute lymphoblastic leukemia) survival rates have soared in the West” According to

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Chronic Disease Causes More Than 20% of Cancers

A common link between chronic disease and cancer could be chronic inflammation. In addition, different chronic diseases or markers may lead to cancer incidence through different mechanisms. Want to know

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Stem Cell Transplants Increase Risk of Skin Cancers

Reduce the Risks of Skin Cancer Through Supplementation, Nutrition and Lifestyle What used to be called a “bone marrow transplant” or a “stem cell transplant” is medically termed

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Reduce Liver Toxicity In Pediatric Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL)

“In children with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia and liver toxicity, Milk Thistle was associated with a trend toward significant reductions in liver toxicity.” While great strides against acute

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Jaw Complications From Head/Neck Cancer Treatment More Common Than Thought

“An analysis of Medicare data for more than 1,800 head/neck cancer patients suggests that jaw complications following radiation treatment may be more common than recognized” It is a fact that

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Are retinoblastoma survivors genetically predisposed to secondary cancers?

“Despite excellent survival rates among children treated for Rb, survivors with a germline mutation in their Rb1 gene (hereditary Rb) are prone to subsequent cancers including sarcomas, melanoma,

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Childhood Cancer Survivor? Plan for the worst, hope for the best…

“More than 99% of childhood cancer survivors experienced an average of 17 chronic health conditions by age 50 years, suggesting a high burden of health complications during adulthood..” I am

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Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer Patients (AYA) Often Lack Support: Study

“Conclusions-Substantial proportions of Adolescent and Young Adult patients are not utilizing psychosocial support services. Findings suggest the importance of identifying psychologically distressed

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AYA, Childhood Cancer Survivors’ Future Risk of Heart Disease

“About 4.5 percent of the childhood cancer survivors had cardiovascular diseases like heart failure and blood clots in the deep veins of the legs, and most cases occurred before age 40, almost eight

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