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Dubya the Tumor By Dante Salvatierra
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True story of a teacher who gets a brain tumor and describes his fight using a blog.
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Clinicopathological Spectrum of Gastric Tumors By Dr Archana V et al.
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Gastric tumours comprises of benign tumors, malignant tumors and polyps. Gastric tumors have environmental and genetic predisposition. Polyps accounts for 0.9% to 1.9% of overall patients undergoing... More > gastroscopy.1 Gastric carcinoma is fourth most common tumor in the world accounting for 11% of all cancer, one of the leading causes of cancer death (2th in male and female) in India.2 The Percentage of newly diagnosed cancer cases has been estimated in the year 2010 based on the National Cancer Registry Program which showed 556,400 cancer deaths in India.Adenocarcinoma constitutes around 90% of all gastric carcinomas. The overall outcome of disease is improved due to advancement of surgical procedures but advanced cancer still has limited procedures and poor prognosis. Therefore it is mandatory to screen the high risk patients and study on predictors of disease survival and response to therapy.7< Less
TUMORS. TWO-MORE. By B. J. Palmer
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TUMORS. TWO-MORE. THE FIRST AND ONLY EXPLANATION OF HOW TUMORS ARE FORMED AND HOW REDUCED. Originally published in 1911, this rare booklet is now available once again.
Medicinal Plants for Cancers & Tumors By Aaron Matas
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More than 90 plants are listed with a short description of beneficial effects related to cancers and tumors. A few common ones are Ginger, Grape, Beans, Ginseng, Clove, Chamomile, Horseradish,... More > Turmeric, Oregano and Green Tea. A few not so common include Dogodogo, Tropical Almond, Gotu Kola and Burdock. Eat healthy and be healthy.< Less
Our Blessing in Disguise... a brain tumor By Aaron & Tina Martin
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Follow the blog of Aaron & Tina Martin as they use their current challenge to strengthen their faith.
Daddy Kat gets a Brain Tumor By Melinda Rector
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Take a journey with the Kat family as you are drawn through the emotions of losing a loved one to Cancer.
Daddy Kat gets a Brain Tumor By Melinda Rector
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Take a journey with the Kat family as you are drawn through the emotions of losing a loved one to Cancer. For Cancer support merchandise, please visit: www.cafepress.com/mrector
Clinicopathological spectrum of tumors of colon and rectum By Vaishali Kotasthane, Dhananjay Kotasthane, Koteeswaran G
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The incidence of Colorectal adenomas and cancers are low in India.1Colorectal carcinomas predominate over benign tumors. Colorectal cancers (CRCs) represent about 9.7% of all new cancers... More > worldwide.2They show wide geographic variation in incidence across the globe and within India. Developing countries like India and Africa show 25 fold low-incidence as compared to developed countries like North America, Europe, Australia which are high-incidence countries. In India, age standardized incidence of colorectal carcinoma is < 5.2/100,000 as compared to industrialized high resource North American and European countries where it is about 40-46/100,000.2 This variation indicates environmental factors like diet and lifestyle to be important risk factors for development of CRCs in high incidence countries.3 The ratio of colon to rectal cancer is higher in populations with a high incidence than in population with a low incidence.< Less
The Brain Tumor Diaries: Impressions of the Brain Cancer Experience. By Scott Norris
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Scott Norris is a long-term brain cancer survivor. In this book he allows the reader a rare glimpse into the body, mind, emotions, and spirit of a brain tumor survivor as he journeys through... More > diagnosis, treatment, recovery, survivorship, and beyond. His experience is told in a raw poetic form because, as he says, “There is no grammar or punctuation surrounding memories of brain surgery, radiation, or Gamma Knife radiosurgery; trying to think again with a new brain; laying in an MRI tube scared out of my mind; experiencing seizures; or trying to learn to fit into a whole new life. There is no grammar that can make the experience seem more elaborate or eloquent, or for that matter any more real. There is just experience. No fluff. No fancy grammar. No big words. No proper punctuation. Just experience. And the impressions left behind.”< Less