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Follicular Lymphoam Survival

Type: 
Web site
Description: 

Comprehensive long term plan for survival. Good overall description of lymphoma, how to treat and when and with what. Obviously no substitute for good medical advice and care from a qualified Hematologist/Oncologist. But, good questions and sources for answers.

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Adjuvant Intra-arterial Injection of Iodine-131-Labeled Lipiodol After Resection of Hepatocellular Carcinoma

Type: 
Article
Description: 

The high recurrence after surical resection of HCC is a major therapeutic challenge. This adjuvant treatment into the hepatic artery has been proposed by Lau WY, Leung TW, et al in previous studies. In 2005, treatment was in phase III clinical trials in Singapore.

Source: 
Hepatology
Author/Speaker/Performer: 
Eveline Boucher, Stephane Corbinais, Yan Rolland, et al.

BC Mets

Type: 
Web site
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Breast Cancer Chronicles

Type: 
Web site
Description: 

A Web log created by a writer who was diagnosed with lobular breast cancer on May 11, 2006, underwent mastectomy surgery and is sharing with readers the inspiration and blessings she experiences from God.

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Suzmurphy

Type: 
Web site
Description: 

A Web log diary by a writer who was diagnosed with breast cancer on May 11 this year, recently had a mastectomy and is finding that God has a blessing to supersede every trial that life has to offer.

A Light in the Shadow

Type: 
Book
Description: 

This is a wonderful and heartwarming story told by the author and several family members about her father's last year after being diagnosed with cancer and the choices he and his family made. It takes you into the experiences the family and her father had in a way that pulls you in and keeps you reading. Great book telling the story of a man who is an example to us all about how to live and die with dignity and respect for his family, himself, and his beliefs in God and what laid before him upon his departure from this earth.

Source: 
Tate Publishing
Author/Speaker/Performer: 
Anna Zernickow
Publish date: 
2005

Breast Cancer Information

Type: 
Article
Description: 

Is Breast Cancer Linked to Chemicals?

Chemicals from underarm deodorants and other cosmetics
can build up inside the body, according to a recent study. British
researchers have found traces of chemicals called parabens
in tissue taken from women with breast cancer. While there is no
evidence parabens cause cancer (breast cancer or any other
cancer), the scientists have called for the use of parabens to
be reviewed. The cosmetics industry insists the chemicals,
which are used as preservatives and are approved for use by
regulators, are safe. Dr Philippa Darbre and colleagues at the
University of Reading carried out tests on samples of 20
different human breast tumours (Breat Cancer). Writing in the
Journal of Applied Toxicology, they say they found traces of
parabens in every sample (of breast cancer tumour). Their tests
suggested the chemicals had seeped into the tissue after being
applied to the skin. "This is the first study to show their
accumulation in human tissues," said Dr Darbre. "It
demonstrates that if people are exposed to these chemicals, then
the chemicals will accumulate in their bodies." Dr Darbre said
there may be reason for people to be concerned about the
findings. "Their detection in human breast tumours (breast
cancer) is of concern since parabens have been shown to be able
to mimic the action of the female hormone oestrogen," she said.
"Oestrogen can drive the growth of human breast tumours (breast
cancer) . It would therefore seem especially prudent to consider
whether parabens should continue to be used in such a wide range
of cosmetics applied to the breast area including deodorants."

for further information see http://bodiorganic.com/parabens.htm

Source: 
Bodiorganic
Contact information: 
phone: 02 42619503
Author/Speaker/Performer: 
Maree McGolddrick
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Prostate Cancer Foundation

Type: 
Web site
Description: 

They support Prostate Cancer research. They also have reading materials about Prostate Cancer. I first heard about the foundation when Safeway Grocery Stores were accepting donations for the foundation. I found the web site from a link on another web site.

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Grace Livingston Hill

Type: 
Web site
Description: 

I'm sharing this website not so much for the virtue of the website but to tell you all about an author that I love. Grace Livingston Hill has written over 100 inspiring and faithfilled books of fiction laced wonderfullly with God's messages. Some of her short stories are set in Biblical times making Biblical events come to life. I haven't read but a fraction of all of her books, but I hope to read them all someday. One of my greatest family inheritances is a collecion of Grace Livingston Hill's books that belonged to my grandmother.

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Dave Dravecky's Outreach of Hope

Type: 
Organization
Description: 

Outreach of Hope was founded in 1991by Sav e and Jan Drevecky. Their mission is to encourage and help people dealing with cancer, loss and depression. Their work in cooperation with Joni Eareckson Tada has helped me in many ways. This is a great resource, check it out. They're really there for you when you're hurting and in pain.

Contact information: 
13840 Gleneagle Drive Colorado Springs CO 809214 phone: 71719-481-3528 info@OutreachOfHope.org
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