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Blood Cancer (Leukemia) Treatment In India At Mumbai At Low Cost

16th November 2011
Blood Cancer (Leukemia) - The goal of treatment for Blood Cancer (Leukemia) is to destroy the leukemia cells and allow normal cells to form in your bone marrow. Treatment decisions are based on the type and subtype of leukemia you have, its stage, and... Read >
Author: pankaj

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

Chilblains - What are they and how do you treat them?

07th April 2011
Of all the infections that affect the feet, chilblains is generally found in people who live in cold countries. It is thought that they are directly attributed to poor circulation. Chilblains affects the toes and the feet and results in them becoming swol... Read >
Author: Sheila Leonard

The Amazing Health Benefits Of Spirulina

27th September 2010
The Healthy Rewards Of SpirulinaSpirulina is a kind of blue-green algae that does not seem to have changed since it was first discovered over 3.5 billion years ago|This blue-green algae was discovered over 3.5 billion years ago and has not changed its app... Read >
Author: Warren Garrison

Foods that Can Increase Your Platelet Count

13th July 2010
A number of different reasons are out there, which could cause you to have growing concern to increase your platelet count. In general, a low blood cell count is nothing to mess around with and can potentially lead to a number of complications. Therefore,... Read >
Author: briangarvin

Algae, the World's Most Unappreciated Plant

15th June 2010
For something that is so significant to life as we know it, the humble algae receives very little appreciation. In salt water, algae is often referred to as sea weed, while in fresh water, algae is often harshly called "pond scum." We have a collective... Read >
Author: Matt Canham

Avoiding toxic fumes in garages

16th April 2010
Having an attached garage is great though it is important to note that the air quality in your home can be affected from toxic fumes coming from the garage. Taking care of the overall cleanliness of the home is something we tend to do and that being the c... Read >
Author: JohnNTaylor

Immune System Body Defense Mechanisms

07th April 2010
The Immune System is a system of institutions responsible for defending the body. The immune system consists of many different organs and tissues. The most important of these is the bone marrow, and thymus gland. These are created and developed specific c... Read >
Author: herbalcure30

Neglis Aplastic Anemia

15th June 2009
Neglis Aplastic Anemia is a kind of disease which has effects on the bone marrow such that it will not effectively replenish the blood cells that are required by the body. This is generally due to disorders which cause the bone marrow not to function norm... Read >
Author: Andrew Bray

The Pros And Cons Of Adult Stem Cells

01st June 2009
Years ago, scientists became intensely interested in the inner-workings of embryonic stem cells. At just three to five days old, this mass of protean cells were a blank canvas, yet under normal circumstances, these cells would develop into tissues, organs... Read >
Author: MIKE SELVON

The Benefits of Strengthening Kidney Essence for Human Being

30th December 2008
In Traditional Chinese Medicine, essence or Jing is a unique concept. It is in charge for developmental advancement from origin to death. Essence regarded as one of the sanctified resources that all people acquired from their parents; however, every one w... Read >
Author: Mc Raflesia

Adult Stem Cells Rebuild, Renew and Rejuvenate

29th September 2008
Adult stem cells are perhaps one of the most exciting and amazing aspects of the human body. These are undifferentiated cells that are found all throughout a person's body - cells left over from embryonic development. They are cells that are used to rep... Read >
Author: Barb Luick
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