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Short tips on how to prepare you cat for surgery and help her to continue fighting cancer.
7 May 2007
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GETTING OVER CANCER DIABETES longevity zaro agha soymilk soya Hello, I have researches of 17 years on Getting over Cancer ,Diabetes Type2,MS how to make soymilk machine/200$ instead of 7.000$,Longevity/How Zaro Ağalived 160 years and I hope they will be useful for you.I already prepeared vids on youtube and it takes really a very long time to upload these on all the vidoeo websites so if you simply search Getting over Cancer ,Diabetes Type2,MS and the other topics on you tube or go to my website *******www.freewebs****/hit24/siteharitasi.htm you can find them.Very very briefly : There is a very important but missing point in researches about cancer. There are people around the world who have cured cancer by themselves.I examined these people and determines their average lifestyles-like what they eat,how they act- and reached to genuine results. Getting over "Diabetes Mellitus" is possible not only with Medicine but with the combination of Food Chemistry, Biochemistry, Food Production Technology, Food Market and Salutary Herbs and passing to most convenient foods to our body. And I had a friend who had MS and because I am interested in healthy nutrition,salutary herbs ,gymnastics and spiritual issues and make researches I decided to try to help him and to examine his case.I think that MS illness has to be examined in the combination of passive gymnastic,healthy(natural) nutrition,clean air &strenghtening faith by praying.If anyone of these things are ignored curing will not be possible. you can find detailed info for curing these illnesses in my videos. God bless you. Best Regards
13 May 2007
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Mohs Skin Cancer Surgery (Microscopically controlled surgery) with Dr. Lucky Meisenheimer a board certified dermatologist and Dermasurgeon the host of "The Dermatology Minute"
28 May 2007
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A revolutionary new imaging technology is expected to help physicians better classify breast lesions. Elasticity imaging is an ultrasound technique recently cleared by the FDA that allows doctors to measure the stiffness of tissue, relative to surrounding areas. This new technique may significantly reduce the need for biopsies. In fact, the American Cancer Society confirms only 20 percent of biopsies turn up positive for cancer. In a recent elasticity imaging study, doctors studied 166 suspected breast tumors in 99 women scheduled for biopsies. The lesions were measured using both the standard ultrasound technique and elasticity ultrasound. The results showed that elasticity imaging correctly identified all 17 malignant lesions and 105 of 106 benign lesions. Additional studies on elasticity imaging are currently underway. Doctors say thanks to this new technology the number of biopsies being performed may be reduced by 50 to 70%, greatly relieving patients of the stress and trauma of enduring invasive and unnecessary procedures. Produced for Siemens
31 May 2007
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After a 25 year search, Philadelphia business man and book author, Lance Heft, finally locates his fourth grade teacher, Louise Zulick. The search was important to Heft for so many reasons. He wanted to pay tribute to Louise for her faith in him, and he wanted to say thank you to the woman who played a critical role in his childhood development and in his life. After a joyful reunion, he learned that Louise was a breast cancer survivor. It was then that he knew that he wanted to do something to honor this wonderful woman. As a result, Lance created the American Society $10,000. "Your Turn To Win" endowment in honor of Louise Zulick. Heft states, "It's my sincere hope that this will be the very last generation of women to battle this disease."
18 Jun 2007
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Researchers at the University of Alberta believe DCA is the cure for cancer. But big pharmaceutical companies aren't interested because DCA is not patentable, meaning there is no money to be made, so they will not spend millions for clinical trials
13 Jul 2007
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Relay for life event. Held in Redditch in 2007 for Cancer Research UK. The video shows clips of the survivors and includes interviews with the fundraisers, teams and scientists. Produced by GSINC.
15 Jul 2007
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Just a generation ago, it’s a question that might never have been asked, but with more and more women surviving breast cancer, doctors now want to know – how is cancer affecting your intimate relationships? In a new study in the Journal of Clinical Oncology, doctors asked that very question.
24 Jul 2007
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Dr. Benzinger from secondopinion**** with health information on pancreatic cancer.
24 Jul 2007
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Dr. Benzinger from secondopinion**** with health information on low-proteing dieting and cancer.
24 Jul 2007
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these retards debate whether they would rather have cancer or aids with surprising results.
25 Jul 2007
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Help fight cancer by watching this video
26 Jul 2007
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