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Vaccines: What Medical Research Really Shows

In the following two videos, board certified nephrologist and vaccine researcher Dr Suzanne Humphries summarizes the peer reviewed evidence on infant immunity and the impact of vaccines on this process. 423 more words

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BOMBSHELL discovery: The brain tissue of autistic people saturated with aluminum and lab verified

(NaturalHealth365) Aluminum in vaccines has long been suspected as one of the probable causes of autism. Now new research out of Keele University and Kings College Hospital… 288 more words


Living Longer: Cure in Breast Cancer with Adjuvant Chemotherapy

Mrs Y, 38, was recently diagnosed with left breast cancer and she underwent left mastectomy and axillary clearance 3 weeks ago. Histopathology reported infiltrating ductal cancer Grade 3, T3N0M0 (stage 2), ER negative, Her2 negative, LVI positive, margin clear.

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New study: adjuvant radiation therapy saves lives vs. salvage

A major new study adds to several other studies that show that, for men with adverse pathology, adjuvant radiation (ART) within 3 to 6 months of prostatectomy saves more lives compared to waiting until the PSA rises into the range of 0.1 to 0.5 ng/ml — salvage radiation (SRT). 1,149 more words


Explored in latest research Adjuvant Breast Cancer Therapy Market Size & Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2017 - 2025

​The report analyzes and presents an overview of “Adjuvant Breast Cancer Therapy Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2017 – 2025” worldwide. 1,198 more words

When can ADT be safely avoided with salvage radiation therapy?

Two randomized clinical trials (GETUG-AFU-16 and RTOG 9601) proved that adding at least some ADT to salvage radiation (SRT) improved outcomes. “Some ADT” was 6 months of goserelin acetate in the GETUG-AFU-16 trial, and 2 years of bicalutamide in the RTOG 9601 trial. 406 more words


Is ADT still needed for high-risk patients receiving brachy boost therapy?

Brachy boost therapy (external beam plus a brachytherapy boost to the prostate) is arguably the gold standard treatment for high-risk patients, reporting the best oncological outcomes of any therapy. 1,441 more words