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Leukemia Treatment

10th May 2013
Treatment for Leukemia depends upon the spread and type of Leukemia. Doctors first determine the stage and type of Leukemia through different tests including physical examination, blood tests, biopsy and spinal tap. Some patients may be treated with one m... Read >
Author: unsafedrugs

Treatment Of Cervical Cancer

10th May 2013
Cervical cancer is one of the most common cancers in women. It affects cervix, which is narrow lower most part of uterus, which connects uterus to vagina. Most of the cervical cancers are caused due to HPV infections. There are many treatment options avai... Read >
Author: unsafedrugs

Canine Osteosarcoma Or Canine Bone Cancer Symptoms

15th June 2011
Chemotherapy - some drugs were found to be effective in the treatment of bone as well as tender tissue sarcomas. The doses are needed to give good chance of cure but often they create large side effects. Efficient single agents can include doxorubicin, hi... Read >
Author: Colby Baird

Cpt 2011 Adds Two Add-On Codes to Describe Interstitial Device Placement During Another Procedure

11th April 2011
Until now, when your general surgeon placed interstitial devices for radiation therapy guidance during a distinct open or laparoscopic abdominal procedure, you did not have a way to report the additional service. See to it that you capture all the pay you... Read >
Author: Erin Lang Masercola

Does Cyberknife Treatment For Optic Nerve Tumors Really Work?

19th October 2010
Optic nerve tumors can cause debilitating effects to the person. It can result to total blindness if treatment was not sought right away. There are various treatment modalities that can be employed to eradicate these abnormal cell growths, and one of t... Read >
Author: ColoradoCyberknife

Choosing the Best Bladder Cancer Treatment

11th October 2010
Bladder cancer is a kind of disease where malignant cells grow in the body part necessary in the excretory system which is the bladder. The bladder can be seen in the pelvic area. This organ is balloon-shaped in looks and has the important role as the... Read >
Author: Andrea Wass

Coconut milk on the scalp also leads to hair growth.

13th September 2010
You start lamenting about the fact that if you had taken better care of your when you were young, this day would have never come. You start to wonder if there could be some miracle and you could have your hair back. This condition that you are suffering f... Read >
Author: simonaderson

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

Common Signs of Illnesses that Should Not be Ignored: Nausea and Vomiting

10th June 2010
Most people associate vomiting to two things: a pregnant woman or a man who just had too many to drink. What is seen as a normal bodily response to conception or, in the case of a hard drinker, overconsumption of alcohol, nausea and vomiting may also be s... Read >
Author: Nathanael Calderon

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

Benefits of Chinese Ginger Soup to Start The Day

04th March 2010
Raw ginger to many people it is some kind of spice for cooking dishes or reduce the fishy smell in the steam fish. However, ginger is some kind of herb too. In Chinese medicine studies, ginger is consider a more "Yang" type of ingredient for human body to... Read >
Author: Elaine.T

Bone Marrow Transplant abroad at affordable costs

02nd February 2010
What is bone marrow transplant? In some patients suffering from debilitating conditions like cancers, the bone marrow (a soft fatty tissue inside the bones producing stem cells, which are the precursors of most of the blood cells) gets suppressed, due... Read >
Author: Albert

Can Liver Cancer Be Treated In Dog and What About Natural Remedies For Liver Cancer In Dog?

27th October 2009
Cancer is the unbridled growth of cells in which mutant cells fail to abide by the norms of cell replacement and multiply at a high rate forming masses (tumors) that crowd out normal growth. If this processes is not halted or interrupted the cancer will t... Read >
Author: Rob Hawkinis

Does Your Practice Qualify as a Group Practice Under Federal Stark Law

05th June 2009
The Federal Stark law prohibits physicians from referring Medicare/Medicaid beneficiaries to an entity in which they (or an immediate family member) have a financial relationship for designated health services ("DHS"), unless an exception applies. DHS inc... Read >
Author: Wachler & Associates

Strengthen The Immune System With Bee Pollen

05th June 2009
Bee pollen is made up of the fine powder that is found in the male seed of a flower blossom. Bees transport this powder and mix it with nectar to create their own form of nourishment. The pollen grains are collected and eaten by the bees, but they are als... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer
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