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AYA Cancer Survivors- Identify and Prevent Long-Term and Late Side Effects

As many as two-thirds of childhood cancer survivors develop a long-term complication from the surgery, chemotherapy or radiation used in cancer treatment…” It shouldn’t be surprising

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Mesothelioma and Non-Toxic Therapies Curcumin and Bromelain

Curcumin and Bromelain have been shown to both kill mesothelioma as well as enhance the efficacy of conventional chemotherapy to kill meso.  As a long-term survivor of an “incurable” cancer,

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Skin Cancer Screening-The Best Facial Lotion

Sun Tan Lotion is the most Effective Method of Screening Your Face from Skin Cancer. The Best Mineral Sunscreen is from MD Solar Sciences Okay, I admit it. As a teen I tanned constantly. If I knew then

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Double Mastectomy? “the rate of the cancer recurring elsewhere in the body is as high as 13%”

As a long-term cancer survivor I pride myself on understanding of all things cancer. Clearly I am wrong when it comes to the decision to have a contralateral prophylactic mastectomy. After reading the

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Pycnogenol Supplementation As Meniere’s and Tinnitus Therapy

Pycnogenol (Pyc) is effective in a short period of time in relieving tinnitus symptoms by improving cochlear blood flow If I knew then what I know now. If I had a nickel for every time I said that since

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Avoiding knee surgery with anti-inflammatory supplements-

As a long-term cancer survivor I am drawn to the words “exercise” and “anti-inflammatory.” Anti-inflammatory nutritional supplementation has repeatedly shown evidence-based benefits. Further,

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Early stage breast cancer- questions and answers-

Whatever you do please read and understand the lifestyle/nutritional breast cancer therapies linked below. All are evidence-based, pretty easy to do and not too expensive. I can outline specific

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Cervical Cancer Complementary/Integrative Therapies-

Cervical Cancer Patients Must Think Outside the Box to Reach Long Term Remission while Minimizing Collateral Damage aka Side Effects A cancer diagnosis is one of the most difficult life experiences you

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Breast Cancer Stage 1 or 2? If more testing is urged, just say no…

Ask your Oncologist What Any Additional Testing Will Tell You About Your Early Stage Breast Cancer Diagnosis- You have diagnosed with early stage breast cancer either stage 1 or stage 2. You are scared.

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2015 Team PBC at the Cleveland Marathon- PBC Fundraising

PBC friends and family make fundraising easy. Online fundraising based on the Cleveland Marathon is PBC’s most efficient and effective fundraising event. Thank you. On Sunday May 17th, 2015, along

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