Category: lung cancer

Vitamin A deficient lung – COPD – hospice in home senior care

Last night, I massaged the chest and back of an 80-yr old male hospice senior in the bay area with apricot oil with essential oil of eucalyptus and lemon. Vitamin A deficiency is prevalent among those with lung disease. I instructed the caregiver to get sunshine in the morning and continue on healing massage in other parts of the body too especially the heart, feet, lungs, and liver area.

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Lung cancer and heavy metal toxins

Heavy metals are naturally occurring elements that have a high atomic weight and a density at least 5 times greater than that of water. Their multiple industrial, domestic, agricultural, medical and technological applications have led to their wide distribution in the environment; raising concerns over their potential effects on human health and the environment. Their

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Lung Cancer genes

Molecular Profiling of Lung Cancer Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer related mortality in the United States, with an estimated 224,390 new cases and 158,080 deaths anticipated in 2016 (ACS 2016). Classically, treatment decisions have been empiric and based upon histology of the tumor. Platinum based chemotherapy remains the cornerstone of treatment. However, survival

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Lung cancer in the Philippines

In the Philippines, cancer ranks third in leading causes of morbidity and mortality after communicable diseases and cardiovascular diseases (Department of Health–Health Intelligence Service or DOH–HIS, 1992, 1996) (1). Over the period 1942–96, communicable disease mortality has shown a gradually decreasing trend, in contrast to the increasing trends of heart disease and cancer (non-communicable diseases).

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Dietary needs of toxic lungs

Avoid the following to create an anti-fungal or anti-mold diet that helps detox your lungs Alcoholic beverages: Alcohol is the mycotoxin of Saccharomyces yeast (brewer’s yeast), and often contains other mycotoxins from mold-containing fruits and grains Wheat and all wheat products Rye Peanuts: Often contaminated with dozens of mold types, one of which is cancer-causing

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