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Tag Archives for " Ovarian Cancer "

New Guideline for Surveillance of Gynecologic Cancers

This article provides important information regarding up to date recommendations from the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology as to guidelines for the surveillance of gynecologic cancers: &n...

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Widespread Flaws- Ovarian Cancer Treatment

“Most women with ovarian cancer receive inadequate care and miss out on treatments that could add a year or more to their lives, a new study has found…” The article linked and excerpted

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Jan Pederson- Ovarian Cancer

“She asked me if I had backaches. I told her that yes, sometimes I did. She told me that my symptoms could be ovarian cancer and that I should see a doctor” In February 2003, I met a woman

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Ovarian cancer- Curcumin as Synergistic, Integrative Therapy

For ovarian cancer, treatment with curcumin alone and combined with docetaxel resulted in significant 47% and 58% reductions in tumor growth, respectively If you have been diagnosed with ovarian cancer,

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Relapsed Ovarian Cancer- Alternative?

Hello David; My wife has ovarian cancer. After a series of conventional chemotherapy treatments, we are considering antineoplaston therapy at the Burzynski Research Institute (BRI). A little backgroud.

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Ovarian Cysts-Watchful Waiting vs. Surgical Complications…

the risks of watchful waiting (of ovarian cysts) have to be balanced against the risks of surgical complications, the study authors concluded… A diagnosis of ovarian cysts is difficult. Deciding

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Intra. Vit C Enhances Chemo-Ovarian Cancer

“intravenous, but not oral, ascorbate produces millimolar concentrations both in blood and in tissues, killing ovarian cancer (OC) cells without harming normal tissues” Vitamin C therapy is

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