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Is it true that immune response is directly linked to brain functioning? If it's true, how can we improve our immunity by maintaining brain health?

Definitely. Psychoneuroimmunology is the field that combines study of endocrine, neurological and immune functions. Problem is it’s not mainstream. Mainstream endocrinologists, neurologists, immunologists mine their respective streams in strict silos. 884 more words

Immune System

What is the startling research unsettling the treatment of myasthenia gravis?

The long-term treatment of myasthenia gravis (MG) relies on drugs which suppress the immune system. I listed some of these in my previous post titled  483 more words

GENERAL

Cancer Study Haled After 3 People Die


Source: NaturalSociety.com
Julie Fidler
July 14, 2016

U.S. regulators in July of 2016 halted a trial of Juno Therapeutics Inc.’s experimental cancer therapy, known as JCAR015, … 490 more words

News

Understanding your chemo regimen

This is my first “non-chemo Wednesday” since I started the first of my eight fortnightly sessions on 19 August. It therefore seems appropriate to post a piece about the chemotherapy regimen I was on. 1,095 more words

Breast Cancer

Tomorrow's the big day

I haven’t written much because I’ve been so weak over the past several days.  Here’s a brief rundown of what’s been going on.

Tuesday, November 24 (Day -7) 442 more words

Lung Scarring Systemic Sclerosis

Published on the Nov. 9, 2015, Rheumatology Network website

By Whitney L.J. Howell

Patients with systemic sclerosis who take cyclophosphamide or mycophenolate mofitil both experience nearly the same decrease in lung scarring, according to a small study. 277 more words

Healthcare

Treatment

Enduring the route of traditional medicine, for me, was the best choice for this type of cancer. Aggressive cancer had to be treated with aggressive medications. 883 more words

Breast Cancer