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Phenomenal Results of the Trivedi Effect on Endometrial Cancer Research

Cell growth is a highly regulated process involving cell-cycle proteins and enzymes and proper DNA replication. Damaged or mutated DNA gets corrected during replication in the normal cell cycle process. 550 more words

Trivedi Science

Five Everyday Activities to Increase Your Overall Happiness

Happiness can be a fleeting feeling. The good news is that you can get it back if you put a little effort into it. Find ways to bring happiness back to your life every day.Some people look on happiness as subjective. 503 more words

Potential for a more personalized approach to womb cancer

Traditionally, patients with endometrial cancer, cancer of the womb lining,  have their disease risk classified using a combination of clinical and tissue characteristics, including their age and the growth and invasion of their tumour. 249 more words




There is something about this word, reassured. Reassure, reassurance, reassuring. It doesn’t just comfort, it sturdies.

It’s been almost seven years since my cancer diagnosis, and just over six years since I finished treatment. 148 more words


Good News.... Finally! :)

As most of you now know, I got my results a few days ago…. and… it was all good news!!!The cancer was confined to only my uterus and there was no signs of it spreading into my ovaries or into my lymph nodes. 204 more words


Whiny Walrus Writing

I stayed home again today – this means there isn’t going to be a paycheck next Friday. Good thing chemo is Wednesday, since I won’t need food or have much of a life for a week or two after that. 1,597 more words

Flying Monkeys

The Waiting Game

Ugh… I feel like my surgery was forever ago at this point. It’s only been 10 days, but everything is just kinda foggy. I have been super busy with work, and we have lots of craziness going on this week, most of which I love, but I kinda feel like my brain is all over the place. 479 more words