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6 Ways You Can Prepare for Cancer Surgery – Both Mentally and Physically

The “C” in Cancer Surgery Stands For Cure Cancer is called the dreaded “C” word, but that is no longer the case. People are becoming empowered to take control of their own odds in beating cancer.

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PeopleBeatingCancer in the News

20 year cancer survivor celebrates in a remarkable way May 12, 2014, Cleveland, Ohio– Multiple Myeloma survivor David Emerson of Cleveland, Ohio is celebrating his twentieth anniversary of cancer

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Cardiotoxicity of Checkpoint Inhibitors

Death resulting from cardiotoxicity of checkpoint inhibitors- myocarditis, pericardial disease, and vasculitis was reported to occur in 50%, 21%, and 6% of patients, respectively. There are short, long-term

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Integrative Therapy for Breast, Colon, Ovarian, Pancreatic and Head/Neck Cancer

Evidence-based, Integrative Therapy to Promote Apoptosis, Enhance the Efficacy of Chemo while Reducing Multi-Drug Resistance Bitter Melon extract (BME) kills breast, colon, ovarian, pancreatic, liver,

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Rename In-Situ, Pre-, IDLE, aka low-risk Cancer Now-

What we routinely refer to as cancer today is a disease ranging from ultra low risk (less than a 5% chance of progression over two decades) to extremely high (more than a 75% chance of progression over

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Neurointerventional Radiology – How this Treatment May Be Able to Help

For those with diseases of the spine, neck, and brain, neurointerventional radiology can be an intriguing and promising route to take. With so much focus on creating treatments and procedures that not

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