Alternative Cancer Treatment

Headaches turned out to be brain tumor - Appleton Post Crescent

Wed, 2016-06-01 16:03

Appleton Post Crescent

Headaches turned out to be brain tumor
Appleton Post Crescent
In the following years, Nathan tried everything to treat it — from chemotherapy and surgery to radiation and alternative treatments. But Hanneman said as the tumor ... Brain tumors account for 1 percent of all cancers, Bond said. Although it's a very ...

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Fund alternative breast cancer treatment, surgeon urges - Radio New Zealand

Wed, 2016-06-01 14:54

Radio New Zealand

Fund alternative breast cancer treatment, surgeon urges
Radio New Zealand
Intra-operative radiation therapy (IORT) is suitable for about 30 percent of breast cancer patients - those with early-stage and low-risk cancer. The treatment has been available privately in Auckland for two years, and involves using a special machine ...

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Don't miss the 2016 Las Cruces Health and Fitness Expo - Las Cruces Sun-News

Wed, 2016-06-01 01:06

Las Cruces Sun-News

Don't miss the 2016 Las Cruces Health and Fitness Expo
Las Cruces Sun-News
Exhibitors will include medical and dental health providers, hospitals, specialty service clinics, family medical clinics and residential care providers. Also represented will be diet and nutrition services, alternative medicine practitioners ...

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He's 20. Has brain cancer. And is caught in the crossfire between the FDA and a renegade doctor - STAT

Tue, 2016-05-31 22:05

STAT

He's 20. Has brain cancer. And is caught in the crossfire between the FDA and a renegade doctor
STAT
The family had known about Stanislaw Burzynski, who promotes an experimental treatment made from amino acids and peptides that he says cancer patients lack. Burzynski has tangled for decades with federal and state regulators; they have accused him of ...

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Herbal cancer remedy destroyed woman's nose - Stuff.co.nz

Tue, 2016-05-31 18:05

Stuff.co.nz

Herbal cancer remedy destroyed woman's nose
Stuff.co.nz
GRAPHIC CONTENT WARNING: Horrifying video shows how an alternative cancer remedy ate away at a woman's face after she applied it. The YouTube video tells how the woman, who is not named, used black salve to cure a small spot of treatable cancer.
Woman has half of her nose chopped off after herbal remedy she used to treat skin cancer causes it to ROTThe Sun
Woman left with massive hole in her nose after using herbal treatment she though would cure skin cancerMirror.co.uk
Woman's herbal remedy she used for skin cancer ROTTED her faceDaily Mail

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Statins 'could be valuable addition to breast cancer treatment' - The Guardian

Tue, 2016-05-31 17:01

The Guardian

Statins 'could be valuable addition to breast cancer treatment'
The Guardian
The scientists grew cancer cells in the lab in the absence of oestrogen and found they produced an alternative fuel, in the form of the cholesterol molecule. They then interfered with production of the molecule and found it slowed the cancer cells ...

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Woman left with massive hole in her nose after using herbal treatment she though would cure skin cancer - Mirror.co.uk

Tue, 2016-05-31 14:48

Mirror.co.uk

Woman left with massive hole in her nose after using herbal treatment she though would cure skin cancer
Mirror.co.uk
... after being left with a gaping hole in her nose when she left a herbal treatment she thought would cure her skin cancer. The patient rubbed black salve - an ointment which burns skin tissue - onto her face and forehead after opting to 'go the ...
Woman has half of her nose chopped off after herbal remedy she used to treat skin cancer causes it to ROTThe Sun
Herbal cancer remedy destroyed woman's noseStuff.co.nz

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Woman has half of her nose chopped off after herbal remedy she used to treat skin cancer causes it to ROT - The Sun

Tue, 2016-05-31 10:41

Mirror.co.uk

Woman has half of her nose chopped off after herbal remedy she used to treat skin cancer causes it to ROT
The Sun
The topical paste is a controversial alternative cancer treatment which burns through skin tissue and can cause scarring. While some tip it as a cancer cure, the claims aren't based in science and the US Food and Drug Administration has listed is as a ...
Woman left with massive hole in her nose after using herbal treatment she though would cure skin cancerMirror.co.uk
Herbal cancer remedy destroyed woman's noseStuff.co.nz

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Surfer Blood Guitarist Thomas Fekete Dies of Cancer - Billboard

Tue, 2016-05-31 09:22

Surfer Blood Guitarist Thomas Fekete Dies of Cancer
Billboard
Fekete was seeking alternative cancer treatment after the cancer spread to his lungs and spine following a procedure to remove a tumor from his abdomen. “With one last sigh, he let go of the burden of pain and suffering that he has been bravely ...

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Donald Trump Talks Energy Policy, Proposes To Cripple The U.S. Coal Industry - Seeking Alpha

Tue, 2016-05-31 02:35

Seeking Alpha

Donald Trump Talks Energy Policy, Proposes To Cripple The U.S. Coal Industry
Seeking Alpha
Donald Trump has pulled into a dead heat with Hillary Clinton in many U.S. presidential election polls, boosting the hopes of coal mining investors that better earnings could be ahead. Mr. Trump's recent big energy policy speech contained favorable ...

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When Malcolm Turnbull got pulled into line by brave little Lulu - Herald Sun

Tue, 2016-05-31 01:21

Herald Sun

When Malcolm Turnbull got pulled into line by brave little Lulu
Herald Sun
On a visit to a medical research centre in Sydney he met young cancer battler Lulu Demetriou. Mr Turnbull sat down ... Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is hugged by 6-year-old cancer patient Lulu Demetriou, who took a shining to the prime ...

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A music teacher's quest for life - Cincinnati.com

Mon, 2016-05-30 20:35

Cincinnati.com

A music teacher's quest for life
Cincinnati.com
She was speaking by phone from a clinic in Germany, where she was seeking alternative treatment for the cancer. Her spirits were high. She had nearly finished her fourth stay at the clinic – which included a robotic Cyber knife treatment that ...

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Flor Marcelino no longer promoting guyabano plant as cure for cancer - CBC.ca

Mon, 2016-05-30 17:06

CBC.ca

Flor Marcelino no longer promoting guyabano plant as cure for cancer
CBC.ca
The interim leader for the NDP will no longer be handing out natural medicine to friends and strangers and promoting it as a cure for cancer. ?Flor Marcelino had been sharing the dried leaves of the guyabano plant, otherwise known as graviola or ...
Interim NDP leader scrutinized for sharing dried leaves from legislature officeWinnipeg Free Press

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Some baseball parks have gone tobacco-free - ReporterNews.com

Mon, 2016-05-30 16:54

ReporterNews.com

Some baseball parks have gone tobacco-free
ReporterNews.com
Neill said that considering smokeless tobacco as a safe alternative to cigarettes is a mistake. "The lungs aren't involved, but it can cause oral cancers and pancreatic cancer," she said. "Tobacco can make your teeth separate from your gums and cause ...

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Snake in the brain: Opioid epidemic taxing lives, communities - Reno Gazette Journal

Mon, 2016-05-30 01:08

Reno Gazette Journal

Snake in the brain: Opioid epidemic taxing lives, communities
Reno Gazette Journal
Growing up in the 1960s, Denise Everett was shy and somewhat socially awkward. For a Southern California teenager who wanted to fit in with her peers, it was not an ideal combination. Everett would eventually find her version of courage through various ...
Responses to the Opioid EpidemicThe Monitor Daily

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Hans Eysenck's contribution to cognitive behavioral therapy for physical health problems: fraudulent data - PLoS Blogs (blog)

Mon, 2016-05-30 00:45

PLoS Blogs (blog)

Hans Eysenck's contribution to cognitive behavioral therapy for physical health problems: fraudulent data
PLoS Blogs (blog)
... the CHD-prone probands respectively after 13 yr. It will be clear that treatment by means of creative novation behaviour therapy has had a highly significant prophylactic effect, preventing deaths from cancer in probands of Type 1, and death from ...

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To your good health: Pancreatitis not always caused by overusing alcohol - Arizona Daily Star

Sun, 2016-05-29 20:10

Arizona Daily Star

To your good health: Pancreatitis not always caused by overusing alcohol
Arizona Daily Star
DEAR DR. ROACH: Without trying, I started losing weight, and had terrible symptoms. My gastroenterologist ordered several tests, but couldn't seem to make a diagnosis. Long story short, it was chronic pancreatitis, which my mom also has (we even had ...

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Prostate cancer treatment developed in Leeds is hailed in new study - Yorkshire Evening Post

Sun, 2016-05-29 17:13

Prostate cancer treatment developed in Leeds is hailed in new study
Yorkshire Evening Post
... LDR brachytherapy for the last 20 years and it is an effective, minimally invasive targeted treatment for prostate cancer. LDR brachytherapy treatment has significant quality of life benefits over alternative treatments such as surgery and external ...

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The Cancer Pink Ribbon Marketing Scam That's Capitalizing On Women's Emotions - Collective Evolution

Sun, 2016-05-29 09:24

The Cancer Pink Ribbon Marketing Scam That's Capitalizing On Women's Emotions
Collective Evolution
Another issue with pretty much all big name cancer charities is their dismissal of alternative cancer treatments. They put little-to-no money toward funding promising studies of this kind. There are so many potential cures available to us, but the ...

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Stint on farm a life-changing sentence - Arkansas Online

Sun, 2016-05-29 03:03

Arkansas Online

Stint on farm a life-changing sentence
Arkansas Online
The specialty court, which began nationally in the late 1980s and was introduced in Arkansas in 1994, is an alternative for judges to sentence alcohol- or drug-dependent offenders to a strenuous treatment program. Arkansas now has 43 drug courts -- in ...

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