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“Late onset arrhythmia and sudden death has occurred more than 15 years after anthracycline treatment … At the end, frequent monitoring and follow up for patients took anthracyclines with troponinsContinue reading
Increasing dietary magnesium intake is associated with a reduced risk of stroke, heart failure, diabetes, and all-cause mortality… I developed chronic atrial fibrillation (afib) in the fall of 2010.Continue reading
Whether additional benefit can be achieved with the use of L-carnitine (L-C) in patients with chronic heart failure (CHF) remains controversial. Full disclosure. I am a long-term survivor of an incurableContinue reading
Blood pressure control <130mmHG was shown to lower the dementia risk with similar benefits for patients aged 50-59 and 60-69 with initially uncontrolled blood pressure at the time of AF diagnosis…” IContinue reading
“Many people survive their cancers, but end up dying of cardiovascular disease (CVD). New research finds that Cardiovascular Disease risk factors may be overlooked during survivorship care” PostContinue reading
“clinical studies suggest that (the chemotherapy side effect) anthracycline–induced cardiotoxicity can be prevented by administering coenzyme Q10 during cancer chemotherapy This blog postContinue reading
“The study, called the Cabana trial, found that the procedure (cathater ablation) was no more effective than much cheaper medications at reducing mortality, cardiac arrest, major bleeding and stroke.” IContinue reading
Exercise, Nutrition, Sauna and a host of nutritional supplements including nattokinase, taurine, omega-3 fatty acids, and more have proven ability to lower blood pressure. Last week I was diagnosed withContinue reading
“This is the first study that puts chemo-brain on a sound scientific footing, in terms of neurobiology and cellular biology.” After years of denials, excuses and stalling from conventional oncologyContinue reading
“Like medicines, exercise comes with indications and contraindications. And overdosing and under-dosing are both possible.” Frequent, moderate exercise is at the heart of both my cancer preventionContinue reading
According to the studies below, long-term (multiple myeloma) cancer survivors have a higher risk of mortality. A 73% higher risk. I am a long-term multiple myeloma survivor. Long-story short, toxic,Continue reading
“Now, data from a large national sample suggest that cognitive deficits (chemobrain) may persist long-term…” There are many names for it- chemobrain, chemofog, the formal phrase is chemotherapy-inducedContinue reading