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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 Forbes article linked below, a chemotherapy called “Opdivo

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Treating Skin Cancer-Stage I is Much Different than Stage IV

Skin Cancer can be Aggressive, Complicated and Expensive to Treat. Learn About Integrative Therapies to Enhance The Efficacy of Conventional Chemotherapy Diagnoses of both melanoma and non-melanoma skin

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Could Probiotics Enhance the Efficacy of Immunotherapy for Melanoma?

These results suggest that we could alter gut microbiota using probiotics, prebiotics etc. in order to improve response to anti-cancer immunotherapy for melanoma Immunotherapy for melanoma has shown real

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Melanoma Therapy- Kills or Inhibits Melanoma Growth by 69% “Without Harming Healthy Cells”

In the study, the compound caused human melanoma cells to die and inhibited tumor growth by about 69 percent in a mouse model… Normally, I never blog about therapies that “show promise”

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Anti-Angiogenis for Disease-free Survival in Melanoma

Evidence suggests that β-blockers may have anti-tumorigenic properties, and previous studies demonstrated that propranolol in particular may inhibit angiogenesis and migration of cancer cells, leading

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DCA (Dichloroacetate)- Melanoma-

A case of a 32-year-old male is presented in which DCA therapy, with no concurrent conventional therapy, resulted in regression and stabilization of recurrent metastatic melanoma (mel.) for over 4 years’

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