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Alternative Cancer Treatments-Johns Hopkins University

14th April 2011
Johns Hopkins Update-Option Cancer TherapiesFor when, we are obtaining a really credible medical authority coming out and giving us a possible option treatment to cancer not having owning to go as a result of the nightmare of chemotherapy. There have been... Read >
Author: Garth Britt

New Treatment Mesothelioma – Gendicine, The Latest Great Hope For Cancer And How to Seek Treatment

03rd June 2010
Gendicine works by combining the p53 gene, which is a tumor suppressant, with a utility virus. When the Gendicine virus is then injected into the cancerous tumor, the virus inserts the p53 gene into the cancer cells. Once the p53 gene is in the cancer cel... Read >
Author: Paul J. Folkmann

The History of CPR

10th September 2009
Though Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, or CPR, may date back hundreds or even thousands of years, the first instance of CPR being medically cited occurred during the 18th century in Paris when the Paris Academy of Science first recommended mouth-to-mouth r... Read >
Author: cpraedcourse

Rheumatoid Arthritis and Fat

06th July 2009
The regular American diet is not suitable for our bodies as it is quite acidic in nature. Fat, though in regular amounts helps protect against acidity, but excess acidity can lead towards storage of extra fat in our bodies leading to obesity and chronic p... Read >
Author: Hamilton Erridge

Les champignons hallucinognes bon pour la sant

17th December 2008
Les champignons hallucinogènes bon pour la santé ? Les effets bénéfiques d'une seule dose de champignon magique persisteraient plus d'un an, selon une étude récente publiée dans le Journal of Psychopharmacology. Le chercheur Roland Griffiths de la... Read >
Author: azerty2008

Identity Crisis: Book Addresses Indian American Immigration

12th February 2008
Preserve native culture or assimilate into American's melting pot? Indian immigrants respond to this age old dilemma. They are known as the turbaned tide. Novelist Diya Das explores the journey made by Indian immigrants from the subcontinent to America... Read >
Author: Nicole Langan
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