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The Pan American Cancer Treatment Centers are a multispeciality group of Board Certified physicians and allied health professionals working together to meet the needs of patients and families living with chronic degenerative disease including cancer. We work to streamline the referral process, share information with other healthcare personnel, communicate and work with primary care physicians and case managers, research treatments and procedures to find the best options for treating the causes of degenerative disease, and participate in drug trials and research.
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Distilled Water – Dr. Kenneth Sutter recommends drinking lots of distilled water for radiation poisoning. A tiny pinch of good quality sea salt in several glasses of distilled water each day will provide one with all the minerals and trace elements they need to stay healthy. N-acetylcysteine – A glutathione precursor. As a source of sulfhydryl groups, NAC stimulates glutathione (GSH) synthesis, enhances glutathione-S-transferase activity, promotes liver detoxification by inhibiting xenobiotic biotransformation, and is a powerful nucleophile capable of scavenging free radicals. Studies at the Louisville School of Medicine have shown that Glutathione possesses a unique ability to slow the aging process. While Glutathione aids in the protection of all cells and membranes, a study at Harvard Medical School found that glutathione is especially able to enhance immune system cells, protecting against damage from radiation and helping to reduce the side effects of chemotherapy, x-rays, and alcohol. As a detoxifier of metals and drugs, glutathione also aids in the treatment of blood and liver disorders. SSKI – Super Saturated Potassium Iodide. Protects ONLY the thyroid from radioactive idoine. If it is radioactive cessium that is being released, potassium iodide will not be effective for the areas where cessium will accumulate – mainly the reproductive system, kidneys and liver. (see potassium recommendations above) FDA – “It is also notable that the thyroid radiation exposures after Chernobyl were virtually all internal, from radioiodines. Despite some degree of uncertainty in the doses received, it is reasonable to conclude that the contribution of external radiation was negligible for most individuals. This distinguishes the Chernobyl exposures from those of the Marshall Islanders. Thus, the increase in thyroid cancer seen after Chernobyl is attributable to ingested or inhaled radioiodines. A comparable burden of excess thyroid cancers could conceivably accrue should U.
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The prostate, a gland in the male reproductive system, is located just below the bladder, between the rectum and the base of the p3nis. Because the prostate wraps around part of the urethra, where urine passes through, an enlarged prostate may cause issues with urination. When the prostate grows, it may push against the bladder and urethra, making you feel like you need to urinate even though your bladder is not full and preventing the urine from flowing out naturally. This feeling becomes stronger when the muscles at the bottom of the bladder begin contracting, even when only a small amount of urine is present. Over time, this constant pressure can weaken the bladder muscles, and as a result the bladder will no longer be able to empty itself properly, always leaving some urine behind. The medical term for an enlarged prostate is benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). The word benign means that the growth is not cancerous, and the word hyperplasia means enlargement, or the abnormal increase in cells. BPH is the most common noncancerous form of cell growth in men, and it does not lead to prostate cancer.
10 Dec 2017
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Ignoring the health of your lymphatic system means your immunity is going to suffer, and you’re more likely to deal with common illnesses and even long-term health problems. Here are five ways to boost your immune system and, moreover, support a healthy lymphatic system: 1. Reduce Inflammation and Improve Circulation Eating a healthy diet, exercising, not smoking, getting enough sleep and reducing stress are all critical for lowering oxidative stress and halting the body’s natural detoxification processes. The circulatory system and lymphatic system rely on one another. While blood circulates around the body via blood vessels, some fluid naturally leaks out and makes its way into tissue. This is a normal process that brings nutrients, water and proteins to cells. The fluid also gathers cells’ waste products, like bacteria or even dead or damaged cells like cancer cells. Tissues located around the body can become inflamed and painful when circulation slows and inflammation builds. A healthy lymphatic system nourishes muscle, joint and other tissue because lymph vessels have tiny openings that let gases, water and nutrients pass through to surrounding cells (called interstitial fluid). The fluid then drains back into the lymph vessels, then goes to the lymph glands to be filtered and finally to a larger lymphatic vessel located at the base of the neck called the thoracic duct. The thoracic duct dumps cleaned lymph fluid back into the blood, and on and on the cycle goes — which is why circulation is important for keeping the system running smoothly, otherwise tissue can become swollen with excess waste. To keep circulation pumping and the lymphatic system functioning optimally, it’s important to load up on all the essential nutrients, like vitamins, minerals, electrolytes and antioxidants, you need. 2. Follow an Anti-Inflammatory Diet The more nutrient-dense your diet, and the less chemicals entering your body, the better your lymphatic system can work.
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(zenn7) There are actually several things that you can do to help yourself with these common prostate problems, excluding cancer itself. If you have prostatitis, you need to take antibiotics, rest, and take over-the-counter medication for pain as needed. For an enlarged prostate, stay sexually active and don't take antihistamines unless prescribed by your physician. For both prostate problems. you will want to take warm baths, don't let your bladder get too full, reduce stress in your life, drink plenty of water, and don't smoke.
5 Dec 2017
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(zenn7) There are actually several things that you can do to help yourself with these common prostate problems, excluding cancer itself. If you have prostatitis, you need to take antibiotics, rest, and take over-the-counter medication for pain as needed. For an enlarged prostate, stay sexually active and don't take antihistamines unless prescribed by your physician. For both prostate problems. you will want to take warm baths, don't let your bladder get too full, reduce stress in your life, drink plenty of water, and don't smoke.
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(zenn7) There are actually several things that you can do to help yourself with these common prostate problems, excluding cancer itself. If you have prostatitis, you need to take antibiotics, rest, and take over-the-counter medication for pain as needed. For an enlarged prostate, stay sexually active and don't take antihistamines unless prescribed by your physician. For both prostate problems. you will want to take warm baths, don't let your bladder get too full, reduce stress in your life, drink plenty of water, and don't smoke.
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(zenn7) There are actually several things that you can do to help yourself with these common prostate problems, excluding cancer itself. If you have prostatitis, you need to take antibiotics, rest, and take over-the-counter medication for pain as needed. For an enlarged prostate, stay sexually active and don't take antihistamines unless prescribed by your physician. For both prostate problems. you will want to take warm baths, don't let your bladder get too full, reduce stress in your life, drink plenty of water, and don't smoke.
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(zenn7) There are actually several things that you can do to help yourself with these common prostate problems, excluding cancer itself. If you have prostatitis, you need to take antibiotics, rest, and take over-the-counter medication for pain as needed. For an enlarged prostate, stay sexually active and don't take antihistamines unless prescribed by your physician. For both prostate problems. you will want to take warm baths, don't let your bladder get too full, reduce stress in your life, drink plenty of water, and don't smoke.
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(zenn7) There are actually several things that you can do to help yourself with these common prostate problems, excluding cancer itself. If you have prostatitis, you need to take antibiotics, rest, and take over-the-counter medication for pain as needed. For an enlarged prostate, stay sexually active and don't take antihistamines unless prescribed by your physician. For both prostate problems. you will want to take warm baths, don't let your bladder get too full, reduce stress in your life, drink plenty of water, and don't smoke.
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(zenn7) There are actually several things that you can do to help yourself with these common prostate problems, excluding cancer itself. If you have prostatitis, you need to take antibiotics, rest, and take over-the-counter medication for pain as needed. For an enlarged prostate, stay sexually active and don't take antihistamines unless prescribed by your physician. For both prostate problems. you will want to take warm baths, don't let your bladder get too full, reduce stress in your life, drink plenty of water, and don't smoke.
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(zenn7) There are actually several things that you can do to help yourself with these common prostate problems, excluding cancer itself. If you have prostatitis, you need to take antibiotics, rest, and take over-the-counter medication for pain as needed. For an enlarged prostate, stay sexually active and don't take antihistamines unless prescribed by your physician. For both prostate problems. you will want to take warm baths, don't let your bladder get too full, reduce stress in your life, drink plenty of water, and don't smoke.
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(zenn7) There are actually several things that you can do to help yourself with these common prostate problems, excluding cancer itself. If you have prostatitis, you need to take antibiotics, rest, and take over-the-counter medication for pain as needed. For an enlarged prostate, stay sexually active and don't take antihistamines unless prescribed by your physician. For both prostate problems. you will want to take warm baths, don't let your bladder get too full, reduce stress in your life, drink plenty of water, and don't smoke.
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