Battling Beating Cancer – Lymphoma Signs, Symptoms Treatments With Dr. Leo Gordon

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Melanoma, Rheumatoid Arthritis and Methotrexate

Methotrexate (MTX) is a disease-modifying antirheumatic drug (DMARD) commonly prescribed to RA (rheumatoid arthritis patients). Now, according to Australian researchers, increased risk of melanoma … [Read more...]

A Quick Reference Guide to Hodgkin’s Disease

Hodgkin's Disease (HD) or Hodgkin Lymphoma is a type of lymphoma, not to be confused with Non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL). Lymphoma is a cancer that begins at the cellular level of the immune system. For … [Read more...]

Coffee News Creator ‘Never Gave Up’

Thu, July 26, 2007 By JOYANNE PURSAGA, SUN MEDIA A Winnipeg entrepreneur who turned a coffee-break idea into a global success story has passed away at the age of 56. Jean Daum created Coffee News … [Read more...]

Lymphoplasmacytic Disorders

By Alison Cole Lymphoplasmacytic disorder is a disease that affects the lymphoplasmacyte cells that produce monoclonal light chained immunoglobulins, which are part of the immune system. Light chain … [Read more...]

Lymphoma Symptoms

By Alison Cole One of the most important factors in determining the survival rate or chances for remission of cancer patients is early detection. Some cancers where this is very true include breast … [Read more...]

Infusion Clinic Opening Here In Winnipeg In January 2007

There is an article in today's Winnipeg Free Press by Jen Skerrit .. Source: Winnipeg Free Press - Cancer Meds For Those Who Have The Cash Alternate Source: Therapeutics Daily - Cancer meds for … [Read more...]

What Is Lymphoma?

By Jeff Kimball Most folks diagnosed with any type of cancer notice it hugely difficult to agree with their predicament. The typical reaction of patients and their family is disbelief of their … [Read more...]

The Pluck Factor

By Carolina Fernandez Plucky (pluk’e) adj. Brave and spirited; courageous. Have you ever noticed how few people possess radiating energy? How eyes lack sparkle and how few real smiles there are out … [Read more...]

Report: Cancer rates high for WTC workers

NEW YORK, NY, United States (UPI) -- Nearly 300 rescue and recovery workers from the World Trade Center site have been diagnosed with cancer since Sept. 11, 2001, the New York Post … [Read more...]

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