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Does early salvage radiation save lives?

Several studies have tried to address the issue of whether adjuvant radiation actually increases prostate cancer survival in the long term compared to waiting. They all showed that biochemical progression-free survival could be improved by earlier treatment, but it remained questionable whether that would eventually translate into a survival benefit. 722 more words


Can salvage radiation therapy be safely and effectively completed in less time?

Salvage or adjuvant external beam radiation therapy for prostate cancer is usually a protracted affair, more so since we learned that a total dose of about 64 Gy to 70 Gy was needed to be effective in the salvage setting. 1,028 more words


When should the patient and doctor consider salvage radiation therapy?

Patients and their doctors often have to make a critical decision soon after surgery – at what point after surgery, if at all, should salvage radiation therapy be started? 1,867 more words


Aluminium adjuvants and conflict of interest in vaccine matters

Canal2ndOpinion, Autumn 2014

From a lecture in Sweden autumn 2014



When did high tech science get grafted into the Vaccine Voodoo?

OK, here’s another conceptual difficulty with generic  Jennerism. When did a country quack’s diabolic corporeal carving and inpasting of putrefied puss stop being the clear and imminent danger to public health and morph into what is now a hi-tec  generated impenetrable fog of mystic screedings, disguising the fact that they are still carrying out exactly the same process? 1,368 more words