Cancer

Cancer & Night Sweats

Posted on November 20, 2017

Typically cancer symptoms will vary from person to person and will depend upon the type of cancer, where it appears, its size and severity as well as how it affects the body.   Lowering body temperature is the result and purpose of sweating.  The heat escapes through the skin when the water and salt are […]

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Bladder Cancer & Vitamin D

Posted on November 16, 2017

Other than the already known benefits of Vitamin D, could there be yet another important benefit?  Our vitamin D intake is important, as low levels have been linked to a risk of bladder cancer.  These findings are coming from results presented recently at the Society for Endocrinology conference in the United Kingdom. Evidence has already […]

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Alternative Care

Posted on November 13, 2017

I read an eye opening article written by a woman who is a cancer survivor.  Her story was uplifting and proves to me that alternative medicine is the perfect alternative to the immune destroying chemo treatments. The lady in the article was told by her doctor that there was nothing further he could do for […]

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Sugar Has Many Names

Posted on November 9, 2017

Sugar is supplied to our bodies from natural sources in our fruits and vegetables. Combining this with additional fiber, vitamins and minerals, natural sugar is processed slightly differently than the refined white sugar, or sugar by other names, to disguise sugar in your food. It’s difficult to avoid those foods that are laced with sugar, […]

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Castor Oil Benefits

Posted on November 6, 2017

The castor oil seed has a very unique chemical composition.  The seed plant is native to India and 90% of its composition is ricinolete acid.  This is a fatty acid that is thought to be responsible for castor oil’s healing properties.  In Ancient Egypt, Greece, Rome, China, Persia and 17th Century Europe and the Americas, […]

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CANCER FIGHTING PINEAPPLE ENZYME

Cancer Fighting Pineapple Enzyme

Posted on October 23, 2017

Relying on chemotherapy, conventional cancer treatment has proven a dismal failure in the United States. Chemotherapy is extremely toxic and works against your body’s natural ability to fight cancer by destroying host immunity instead of supporting it. Healthy cells throughout your body are destroyed right along with the cancer cells that often lead to faster […]

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Cancer Patients Fare Poorly After Surgery

Cancer Patients Fare Poorly After Surgery

Posted on October 20, 2017

UC Davis researchers are urging end-of- life patients to discuss their conditions prior to consenting to surgery. Those who have advanced cancer and undergo surgery are far more likely to endure long hospital stays and readmissions, referrals to extended care facilities and death. A study that was published in PLOS One highlights the dilemma that […]

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Humor Therapy Helps Cancer Patients

Humor Therapy Helps Cancer Patients

Posted on October 18, 2017

The Montefiore Einstein Cancer Center at Montefiore Hospital hosted a hilarity session for the cancer patients, some even with advanced stages of the illness. Fox News published an article in November of 2008, revealing the results of humor on the cancer patients. This was the hospital’s monthly “Strength Through Laughter” therapy. This is only one […]

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Screening For Adolescent Cancer Survivor

Screening For Adolescent Cancer Survivor

Posted on October 16, 2017

The Childhood Cancer Survivors Study has completed research that identified profiles of psychological symptoms in adolescent cancer survivors. This is expected to advance mental health screening and treatment. No psychological symptoms have been reported by most of the adolescent survivors of childhood cancer. However, an analysis by St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital found that those […]

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Cancer-Promoting Protein Levels

Cancer-Promoting Protein Levels

Posted on October 12, 2017

Maintaining a healthy diet and exercising frequently can lower blood protein associated with promoting cancer development. There was a study published in the journal Cancer Research that found a reduction in the levels of a blood protein involved in angiogenesis when overweight and obese women experienced weight loss through their diet and exercise. The process by which […]

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Dr. Fredda Branyon