What Are the Most Common Symptoms of Kidney Cancer?

Kidney cancer is often difficult to detect in its early stages. There are no routine screening tests to detect the cancer type, and many symptoms may mimic another disease or even a benign condition. But if you find that you have any of the common symptoms discussed here, it’s time to check with your doctor to evaluate what’s going on. Continue reading

Lung Cancer Survivor’s Story: Don’t Ignore the Symptoms

I’m too busy to have cancer! With a full-time job, house, social life, dating, cycling and traveling, how do you put it all on pause for an illness? Back in 2007, I was burning the candle at both ends. I felt so tired and achy all of the time, so I stopped exercising because I didn’t have the energy. It seemed to all spiral down after that.

In August 2007, I kept having pains in my chest, but when I went to the doctor, he said maybe I hurt myself at the gym, bruised some cartilage or it might be a strain. He gave me pain pills and told me it might take some time. Nothing abnormal showed up on the x-ray. The doctors were focusing on my bones, though, not my lungs. Continue reading

Vitamin D deficiency directly linked to your risk for cancer

What are you doing to lower your risk of cancer? Perhaps you’re going out of your way to get organic food to avoid the cancer risks associated with pesticides, or maybe you’re using natural cleaning products around your house. You might be making a conscious effort to consume more superfoods and get more exercise, but are you keeping tabs on your vitamin D levels? This often-overlooked factor is linked to your cancer risk in a surprisingly strong way. Continue reading

I wish I had known sooner

Alex Trebek wants you to learn the signs of pancreatic cancer

The overall five-year survival rate for pancreatic cancer is 9%

He’ll take “awareness” for $1,000.

Jeopardy” host Alex Trebek drew on his personal experience with Stage 4 pancreatic cancer in a new public-service announcement, urging the public to learn more about the disease and raise awareness ahead of World Pancreatic Cancer Day on Nov. 21.

“In order to help patients fight and survive this disease, more attention and awareness are needed,” Trebek, 79, said in a one-minute video spot in support of the World Pancreatic Cancer Coalition. “I wish I had known sooner that the persistent stomach pain I experienced prior to my diagnosis was a symptom of pancreatic cancer.” Continue reading

Metabolic vulnerability in tumours illuminated

…for those more on a scientific or medical understanding. ~ Ed.

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A tracer molecule has been used to analyse tumours in vivo in mice and to group cancers according to their metabolic characteristics. Such information could have implications for determining how different malignancies are treated.

Altered energy metabolism is a hallmark of malignancy that can be harnessed to detect and treat cancer. But tumours are metabolically diverse, so, for treatments to be targeted effectively, non-invasive methods are needed that can observe metabolic characteristics in vivo. Writing in Nature, Momcilovic and colleagues report that an imaging agent called 4-[18F]fluorobenzyl triphenylphosphonium (18FBnTP) can be used to identify tumours in mice that could be targeted by inhibitors of oxidative phosphorylation, one of the cellular pathways involved in energy production. Continue reading

As more countries ban iPads and mobile phones from the classroom, could wifi be giving our children cancer?

Plenty of children these days are so obsessed with having internet access that they will virtually refuse to go on holiday unless the hotel or villa has wifi.

They’re certainly used to being fully ‘connected’ at school, where millions of youngsters who were once taught with chalk on a blackboard now sit in circles on the floor surfing the web on their tablets or phones. Continue reading

5G – The Global Human Experiment Without Consent

Cancer WILL be increasing throughout the world

Mobile telecommunication tower or cell tower with antennae and electronic communications equipments

5G is the next generation of cell phone infrastructure, yet it is categorically different than its predecessors (4G/LTE, 3G, 2G, etc.). It is not a simple upgrade. It is a major increase – and change – in the type of wireless radiation to which we will all be exposed, without consent, whether we use this service or not. Continue reading

Complete History of BAYER

…One of the Biggest Depopulationist Companies in the World

Bayer AG is a chemical and pharmaceutical giant founded in Barmen, Germany in 1863 by Friedrich Bayer and his partner, Johann Friedrich Weskott.

Today it has its headquarters in Leverkusen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It trademarked acetylsalicylic acid as aspirin in 1899. Continue reading

Medieval Diseases Are Infecting California’s Homeless

Typhus, tuberculosis, and other illnesses are spreading quickly through camps and shelters.

Jennifer Millar receives a checkup by Saban Community Clinic physician assistant Negeen Farmand.

Jennifer Millar keeps trash bags and hand sanitizer near her tent, and she regularly pours water mixed with hydrogen peroxide on the sidewalk nearby. Keeping herself and the patch of concrete she calls home clean is a top priority.

But this homeless encampment off a Hollywood freeway ramp is often littered with needles and trash and soaked in urine. Rats occasionally scamper through, and Millar fears the consequences. Continue reading

Over 700 Doctors Paid More Than a Million Dollars by Drug and Medical Device Companies

Back in 2013, ProPublica detailed what seemed a stunning development in the pharmaceutical industry’s drive to win the prescription pads of the nation’s doctors: In just four years, one doctor had earned $1 million giving promotional talks and consulting for drug companies; 21 others had made more than $500,000.

Six years later — despite often damning scrutiny from prosecutors and academics — such high earnings have become commonplace. Continue reading

15-Year-Old Vaccinated by Force with Gardasil now Suffers from Paralysis and Pain

Caroline was born in 2000 and is now 19 years old. My daughter was very sociable, full of energy and always together with her many friends – running, cycling and playing football. She always had a good appetite.

The only information we were given when the Gardasil vaccine was offered was that it may cause influenza like symptoms which were temporary, just like other vaccines for children.

Even though I had written in the notice book and given information that if she did not want the vaccine, then she MUST NOT be given it – Caroline was held by one nurse whilst another nurse administered the vaccine! Continue reading