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Articles with tag : Immune system




Traditional cancer treatment

Cancer is the subject of intensive research and new therapies are constantly evolving. In this section, we focus on the traditional ways of treating cancer. If you are interested in complementary and integrative cancer treatments, you can find this information elsewhere on our website.

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Integrative cancer treatment

This section compiles information from several books and recent research articles on integrative cancer treatment. A comprehensive list of sources can be found at the bottom of the page. Integrative cancer treatment strives to improve cancer treatment by considering all dimensions of care: the physiological, the psychologically spiritual and the social aspects.

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The PESHLA method

The dying Finnish cancer patient, Antti Oinas, has through his own research work and with the help of experts developed a holistic cancer treatment that has kept his cancer under control. Read the description of the method and possibly use the lifestyle changes that may suit you. Antti has given his method the name PESHLA. The name originates from the initial letters of the words in Finnish that best express the character of the method. P as positivity A positive outlook on life is impor

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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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Nobel-prize winning cancer research

The Nobel Prize for Physiology and Medicine, awarded annually, is a highly respected science award. For many years, the prize has been awarded to cancer researchers. In 2019, the prize was awarded to British molecular biologist Peter J. Ratcliffe and US physicians Gregg L. Semenza and William Kaelin for examining cellular oxygenation. The ability of cancer cells to adapt to changes in oxygen concentration is widely known. Many cancers thrive in low oxygen levels. Nobel-prize discoveries h

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