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Cancer Genetics, Immunotherapy in Lung Cancer-

“Most cancer treatment is governed by the location of the tumor; some drugs are for breast cancer, others work better against lung cancer, for example…” If you have been diagnosed with

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“Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer resected- Is adjuvant Chemo really needed?”

The frequent occurrence of distant metastases (in lung cancer) and local regional failure after surgical resection would indicate that additional treatment is necessary… Diagnosed with Stage 2 non-small

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Cytosponge vs. Endoscopy for Esophageal Cancer Survivors-

“Conclusions- In a feasibility study, the Cytosponge is a safe and well-tolerated method for collecting near mucosal specimens in esophageal cancer. Achieving remission is the easy part for many

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Ask the Cancer Coach-“Bladder cancer-complete bladder removal…”

I saw my doctor that week and took a urine test to see if anything else may be contributing to the problem…I was shocked to learn that I had bladder cancer Dear Cancer Coach- I’ve been diagnosed

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BAP1 Gene Mutation Linked to Increased Mesothelioma Survival

The median survival for the BAP1 mesothelioma patients was five years, as compared with less than one year for the median survival for those patients without the BAP1 gene. Mesothelioma is a complicated

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Umbilical cord blood transplantation for Pediatric Cancer

Umbilical cord blood, a rich source of blood-forming stem cells, has previously been shown to benefit many pediatric cancer patients with leukemia and myelodysplasia and other diseases When I was first

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Radiation Before Surgery More Than Doubles Mesothelioma Survival

Results of clinical research that treated mesothelioma with radiation before surgery show the three-year survival rate more than doubled for study participants Conventional oncology is based on FDA approved

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Genetic Markers Signal Increased Risk of Cancer, Nothing More…

Genetic Markers may Signal an Increased Risk of Cancer. At the Same Time Nutrition, Supplementation and Lifestyle Can Reduce your Risk of the same Cancer… Do you drink? Ever had a smoke? Gotten

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Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) cancer and fertility

If Adolescents or Young Adults are undergoing chemotherapy and/or radiation a ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure I was originally diagnosed with multiple myeloma at 34 in 1994. My induction

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Cost-effectivness of Immunotherapy for Metastatic Melanoma-

Consider Evidence-based Integrative Therapies to Enhance the Efficacy of  Melanoma Chemotherapy  While Minimizing Toxicity Based on the Wall Street Journal article linked below, a chemotherapy called

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