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Articles with tag : Therapy




Cancerdrugs

Typical cancer drugs are chemotherapic agents (cytostatics), which intend to destroy the malignant cells. Cytostatic agents inhibit cell division and thus cause cell death. Cancer medications can be given to reduce or destroy an existing tumor and to counteract a malignant tumor.

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Radiotherapy

Radiotherapy is usually given to supplement the surgical procedure and to reduce the risk of local spread. In some cancers, radiotherapy without surgery may suffice. Radiation therapy utilizes radioactive radiation that destroys cancer cells and shrinks the tumors by exposing cancer cells to radiation damage. Even healthy tissue is destroyed, but with modern technology healthy tissue can be better saved. Cancer cells tend to divide faster than healthy cells, so they are particularly suscep

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Surgical treatment of cancer

One of the most important cancer treatments is that the cancer is surgically removed (surgical treatment). Malignant tumors, such as cancerous growth and sarcoma, are traditionally treated primarily by surgery. This is done to prevent cancer growth. Often, some healthy tissue must also be removed around the cancer. This is done to prevent the spread of the tumor. Nowadays, attempts are made to remove as little healthy tissue as possible. For example, the goal is to operate breast cancer wi

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Some cancer therapies and food supplements

We present some non-toxic therapies and dietary supplements, such as Tanya Harter Pierce explains in detail in her book. All of the described therapies have cured thousands of very ill cancer patients. These treatments can be combined with chemotherapy, but the physician must be informed, as the proportion of chemotherapy can (should!) be significantly reduced. Acupuncture is one of the oldest Eastern therapies that has gained a steady foothold in Western medicine. In China, this treatment

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Personal experience of alternative cancer care

We have built up a database (n = 68 in May 2019) for the cancer care that falls outside the conventional medicine. Here, individual forms of care and dietary supplements are presented approximately in the order in which they occur in the reviewed patient descriptions. We have also included scientific studies.

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Symbol therapy

Symbol therapy is a collective name for understanding the nonverbal within us and in communicating with others. By working with, for example, dreams, painting, fairy tales and stories, symbolic frames, myths and dance, we get powerful tools to change our lives. When working with inner images you bravely step up paths in your inner unknown forest, making it more accessible.

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Psychosynthesis and conversation therapy

Psychosynthesis is a form of therapy with a focus on self-realization. It is also a doctrine of love that accepts us as we are and attracts what we can become, our potential.

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I am cancer free!

At the age of 54, Caryn Murray was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer (Stage 4 Appendix cancer) after she noticed signs of something being “off.” In pursuit of answers, Caryn went on a healing journey of combining conventional medical treatments with holistic healing. She is now cancer-free and sharing her experience with other people.

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Stop cancer growth by strenghtening your immune system

Cancer is a very complicated disease and the prime cause of it as well as the prime treatment for it is not easy to find. Recently cancer research has very much focused on the role of the immune system and to find ways to strenghten the immune system. Many researchers believe that the prime cause of cancer is a compromised immune system. Immune failure is causing cancer.

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Ketogenic diets as an adjuvant cancer therapy

Oncologists from University of Iowa have shown that cancer cells, relative to normal cells, demonstrate significant alterations in metabolism. They propose that cancer cells increase glucose and hydroperoxide metabolism to compensate for increased levels of reactive oxygen species (ROS). It is reasonable to propose that forcing cancer cells to use mitochondrial oxidative metabolism by feeding ketogenic diets (high in fats and low in carbohydrates), would selectively cause metabolic oxidat

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