Introduction: Onnetsu means comfortable heat. Onnetsu Therapy invented by Dr. Kazuko Tatsumura emits from a special patented ceramic; 1) Heat 2) Precise 8-10µ of vibration of Far Infrared SunRay and 3) Vibration of Terahertz.
Dr. Tatsumura is the first in the world to [....]
Chromosome mutations and rearrangements are some of the hallmarks of human malignancies. Chromosomal rearrangement is frequent in human cancers. One of the consequences of chromosomal rearrangement is gene fusions in the cancer genome. We have identified a panel of fusion genes i [....]
Asparaginase-based drugs are very successful against childhood acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL), however, they can induce Acute pancreatitis (AP) as a side effect and force clinicians to discontinue the treatments. AP is a frequent human disease with a substantial mortality wi [....]
Cancer stem cells (CSCs) are subpopulations of tumor cells with the ability to self-renew, differentiate, and initiate and maintain tumor growth, and they are considered to be the main drivers of intra- and inter-tumoral heterogeneity. While systemic therapy (chemo and immunother [....]
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A substantial number of lesions in soft tissue pathology requires diagnostic precision for adequate patient care management and follow-up. Also, margin status of surgical specimens must be unequivocally defined, preferably intra-operatively, because of the tight relation which ex [....]
Colorectal cancer (CRC) is a major burden for the Public Health worldwide. It has been proposed that CRC has an infectious aetiology but no statistical association has been observed between disease and microbial species. On the other hand, modification of the relative prevalence [....]
The late adverse effects of pelvic radiotherapy concern 5 to 10% of patients, which could be life threatening. However, a clear medical consensus concerning the clinical management of such healthy tissue sequelae does not exist. Our group has demonstrated in preclinical animal mo [....]
Cellular based therapeutic approaches for cancer rely on careful consideration of finding the optimal cell to execute the cellular goal of cancer treatment. Cell lines and primary cell cultures have been used in some studies to compare the in vitro and in vivo efficacy of autolog [....]
Introduction: mammary gland cancer has leading positions in the structure of woman oncologic morbidity with the most world countries. Surgical interference is the obligatory stage for patients with the early cancer of mammary gland and mastectomy is required frequently. Mode [....]
Introduction: Beside the combination of surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation as the mainstay treatment for breast cancer, the role of immunotherapy is also well recognized. The immunomodulatory effect of Artemisia vulgaris (mugwort) has recently been investigated biochemically. H [....]
Background: Improving cancer survival is a key challenge identified in ‘improving outcomes: a strategy for cancer, and stage at diagnosis is highly predictive of cancer mortality, and a possible explanation for the difference in cancer survival.
Objectives: To study&nbs [....]
A natural energy healing technique called Reiki (Japanese Healing Method) and Mexican healing (ancient Egyptian healing method) used to heal stage 4 liver cancer patient
The efforts put in my healer was just 36 hours to heal the patient and destroy the cancer cells. Total dura [....]
The Classification of cervical digital images will be acquired during screening and colposopy using visual inspection with acetic acid (VIA) is an important step in automated image-based cervical cancer detection. Many of cervical images classification algorithms have been develo [....]
Introduction: A cancer diagnosis often produces an overwhelming emotional response, including feelings of shock, denial, fear, anxiety, anger, grief, and depression. Because a multitude of medical tests and consultations typically are needed to determine a definitive diagnosis an [....]
Technological advancements and recent discoveries in cancer therapy have decreased cancer-related mortality. But the principal objective of improving quality of life through advanced cancer treatments is compromised by poor management of pain (especially Neuropathic Pain (NP)) [....]
Pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma (PDAC) is the fourth- leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the United States and is expected to become the second-leading cause by 2020. The five-year disease-free survival rate for patients with PDAC is extremely low and has remained <10% [....]
Acute pancreatitis (AP) is a dangerous and in up to 5% of cases deadly disease with no specific cure. AP often results in development of chronic pancreatitis (CP) and increased occurrence of pancreatic cancer (PC). The most common form of PC is pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma an [....]
Importance of randomized clinical trials aa a source for “Evidence Based Oncology” is discussed and compared with contribution of empirical clinical studies. In the early 80-ties, cure rates of conventional radiotherapy (RT) were unsatisfied, and during over 25 years [....]
This research introduces Sorush Cancer Treatment Ptotocol (SCTP) based on successful cancer treatment methodology which has done by Dr. Somayeh Zaminpira and Dr. Sorush Niknamian in 54 cancer patients in Violet Cancer Institute (VCI), Combining Specific Ketogenic Diet (SKD)- whic [....]
Problem: The estrogen receptor α (ERα) is a major driver of breast cancer (BC), being expressed in 75% of diagnosed cases. As a result, ERα is the major therapeutic target for ERα-positive BC, with agents such as tamoxifen used to block ERα activity [....]
Awba Dam is an important source of domestic water supply in the University of Ibadan, Nigeria where anthropogenic activities such as discharge of waste from hostels and households, as well as chemicals from laboratories are channeled. There is dearth of information on the genotox [....]
Introduction: Oral mucositis (OM) is a common side effect of chemotherapy or radiotherapy used for treating head and neck cancer. Symptoms usually start 5 to 10 days after chemotherapy or 14 days after radiotherapy and include dryness, halitosis, pain, inflammation and oral mucos [....]
Introduction: The lungs are the major organ of our respiratory system. They help us to obtain Oxygen and get rid of Carbon dioxide from our body. It has been the most common cancer in the world since 1985 and the leading cause of cancer death. Worldwide it is by far the most co [....]
For a young woman, fewer drops out diagnosis can disrupt her body image, the intimacy with the partner and the ability to engage in sex. A fewer drops out diagnosis affects a person's sexual functioning, according to a research. The study, led by the University of Pune, found [....]
Introduction: Difficulties in accessing appropriate accommodation and transport is a well-documented as a major stress factor for cancer patients seeking care at Uganda Cancer Institute (Young, 2010). A recent assessment of the needs of cancer patients at Mbarara University Cance [....]
Who is a patient Navigator in Oncology?
Patient Navigators are mostly cancer survivors assist cancer patients in overcoming barriers to receiving quality cancer care. Patient Navigators can address barriers to care (eg, psychosocial distress, transportation) and can reduce [....]
Oral squamous cell carcinoma (OSCC) is the sixth common cancer in the world and 90% of all malignancies in the mouth. The aim of this study was investigation of changes in some metabolic elements of patient, s serum.
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In this study, th [....]
Case: A 57 year old female with a history of uterine and breast cancer s/p chemoradiation presented for cervical LEEP/cone biopsy/D&C. Her medical history was &nb [....]
The aim of presentstion will to demonsrate the relationship between nosological forms of the primary and second neoplasms in patients who have undergone special treatment for cancer, and who have developed second neoplasms three and more years after the end of treatment. It [....]
Background: Breast cancer is one of the most relevant malignancies among women. Molecular abnormalities in promotor region of survivin gene may account for overexpression of survivin and increased breast cancer risk. This study aimed to explore the potential association between s [....]
Background and objective: Structural diseases of the thyroid gland are very common, predominantly female swelling. These endocrinopathy can be a benign lesion in 90% of cases and in 10% of cases be a cancer. The aim of this study was to evaluate the epidemiological profile of str [....]