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When conventional cancer protocols reach a dead end (Part 9)
Burzynski says that certain natural and active ingredients in plants and herbs can also come to the rescue of cancer patients like curcumin in turmeric root (studies show when mixed with ginger or black pepper, the spices cause cancer cell destruction ... [...]
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Easton Roche Brothers to take part in Boston Bakes for Breast Cancer
Restaurants, supermarkets, bakeries, cafés and ice cream shops throughout Massachusetts will participate in Boston Bakes for Breast Cancer, donating proceeds to cancer care and research. Establishments have the option to designate all sales of one ... [...]
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Rehabilitation Should Be Part of Cancer Treatment
Imagine your breast cancer patient, Mrs Robinson, after cancer treatment. She has been through surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation. She is now fatigued, deconditioned, with impaired shoulder range of motion, and impaired balance from neuropathy. [...]
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Part 1 – Screening and diagnosis
20160306urology and you This is the first piece of a series on prostate cancer. I opted to start with prostate cancer since, given its prevalence (1 in 8 men will develop prostate cancer in his lifetime), chances are that we all know someone who is ... [...]
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Testicular Cancer: It's Worse in the Head (Part 1)
One morning, I was standing in the shower and as I examined myself, I noticed something different. I wasn't sure if one had shrunk or one had got bigger, but there was definitely something off. I could not feel any pain or a lump, so I was not unduly ... [...]
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Breast cancer survivor using paddling as part of recovery
Amid treatment, Monroe's doctor told her about a study that found paddling reduced the chances that breast cancer patients develop lymphedema in the arms and shoulders. Lymphedema is a lifelong disease that causes pain and swelling as a result of ... [...]
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Hypnotherapy can be useful as part of treatment
DEAR DOCTOR K: I am in near-constant pain because of arthritis. My doctor suggested that I try hypnotherapy. My first reaction was that it sounds like hokum, but now I'm wondering if it could help. What do you think? DEAR READER: Hypnotherapy may in ... [...]
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Hypnotherapy can be useful as part of pain treatment plan
DEAR DOCTOR K: I am in near-constant pain because of arthritis. My doctor suggested that I try hypnotherapy. My first reaction was that it sounds like hokum, but now I'm wondering if it could help. What do you think? DEAR READER: Hypnotherapy may in ... [...]
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Answers About Rheumatoid Arthritis, Part 2
She was chairwoman of the Therapeutics Committee of the Canadian Rheumatology Association for four years and was the lead author of Canada's rheumatoid arthritis treatment recommendations. Dr. Bykerk is currently working ... Sometimes a short course of ... [...]
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Part I: Radically Reversing Arthritis Through Natural Therapies
When it comes to most diseases, including arthritis, there are essentially two ways of entering treatment -- through conventional or natural medicine. While it is possible to combine these approaches, the priorities and methods associated with the ... [...]
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A variety of ingredients can provide anti-inflammatory effects, but turmeric/curcumin, which has seen increased demand in 2015, will continue market growth to be a leading ingredient in the category in 2016. In fact, Grand View Research predicts the ... [...]
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Busted! Breast cancer, money and the media Part ten: Bad Data: Audit Trail
Registry data is not easily corrected when biopsies or treatments reveal that an initial diagnosis was incorrect. The registry does not track most recurrences of a cancer. Doctors can also have different diagnostic takes on the same tumor, confusing ... [...]
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Foods that heal (Part II)
Methi seeds have other health benefits. Since ancient times they have been used as a galactagogue which is a food supplements that increases the production of breast milk. Studies have shown that the saponins and mucilage in methi seeds may help ... [...]
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'The hardest part of breast cancer was losing my hair'
When Victoria Welinder was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 32, one of the first things she thought was: “Will I need chemotherapy and will I lose my hair?” “It was a really big ... Hair loss is one of the most well-known side effects of ... [...]
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