Breast Cancer support and encouragement in a beautiful and meaningful way in this outstanding calendar for 2008 created by seven-year breast cancer survivor Carla Wells. Sentiments are given as only one who has been there can give them, and will encourage many to keep on fighting and to keep on living. Calendar may be viewed at http://www.zazzle.com/dollargrafix*/product/158975745445635651?CMPN=ltt
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Great book to help you live with, work against and improve your attitude about cancer.
This is a geat book with wonderful healthy yummy recipes , great writings and health charts for cancer patients and survivors. Check it out!
"Nutrition and Cancer: State of the Art will save countless lives and reduce needless suffering by bringing the latest health advances to the attention of both health professionals and the public. Here, many readers will find the precise information that will be life-saving to them. This vital information may also serve humanity in a manner not directly intended by Dr. Goodman."
Richard A. Passwater, Ph. D.
Berlin, Maryland USA.
This booklet provides patients with information about the different types of thyroid cancer, available tests and treatment, and sources of further help, all written from the patients' perspective by people who have been through it themselves. Available from the British Thyroid Foundation PO Box 97, CLifford, Wetherby, West Yorkshire LS23 6XD, UK. See also http://www.btf-thyroid.org.
This is the story about my role as a caregiver for my wife Barbara, who died from breast cancer.
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A no-nonsense practical approach on utilizing science-based complementary alternative medicine (CAM) for cancer. Discover non-poisonous chemotherapy, non-toxic plant-based therapy for ER positive, HER2 positive and immunotherapy. Discover how we're fighting our breast cancer successfully WITHOUT any side effects!
Dr. Arny Glazier, a cancer researcher, feels that deeply held assumptions, theories and dogmas about cancer are not tenable given the fundamental evolutionary nature of the disease. He has published a book, "Cure: Scientific, Social, and Organizational Requirements for the Specific Cure of Cancer." The book, which was written for both scientists and non-scientists, explains tumor cell evolution and its logical implications.
He feels that cancer is about the properties of evolutionary populations of cells. He believes that the diverse, evolutionary nature of cancer implies that the required target for the consistent and specific cure or control of cancer is "the set of all malignant cells that could evolve."
To him, the consistent and specific cure or control of cancer will require developing a set of drugs, given in combination, targeted to patterns of normal cellular machinery related to proliferation and invasiveness. These requirements define a rational, practical strategy to develop curative therapy for all forms of solid cancer. A sufficient number of independent methods of cell killing must be employed so that it is too improbable for a cancer cell to evolve that can escape death or inactivation. It must examine every cell in the body and must do so for a prolonged period of time.
Although his book may argue against the notion of personalized therapy tailored to the individual's cancer cells, given the current state of the art, in vitro drug sensitivity testing could be of significant clinical value to his premise. If an in vitro drug resistance test can demonstrate the presence of cancer cells that are resistant to a drug combination, then it is rational to use alternative therapy. If an in vitro drug sensitivity test has the ability to demonstrate which drug combinations would be synergistic to cell death in all cancer cells present, then it is rational to use the drugs indicated in the test.
Cell culture assays, using the whole cell profiling method, can assess the activity of a drug upon combined effect of all cellular process, using combined metabolic (cell metabolism) and morphologic (structure) endpoints, at the cell population level, measuring the interaction of the entire genome.
I feel the book is well worth the reading for anyone wanting a better understanding about the fight against cancer. It is available at: http://www.lulu.com/content/276115
This book contains over 75 recipes that I have developed for my husband who has difficulty chewing and swallowing.
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