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7 year old boy desperately in need of help

willenium
  • By willenium · Posted May 24, 2009
  • Discussion in Encephalitis Global · 12 replies
  • Dear Angels out there in the world, I really in need of help by anyone who can help to cure or at least ease the pain of a 7 year old boy. My friend's son is boy who has been suffering with an unknown ...

Alternative Healing

LittlePinkPuss (Inactive)
  • By LittlePinkPuss (Inactive) · Posted April 29, 2007
  • Discussion in TalkPsoriasis · 12 replies
  • ** Originally posted by MadCat ** To those of you on this site who are interested in or passionate about alternative medicine and healing................yes, I know there are at least two of you out there ...

Radiation Luminitis of Lung

Va_Tad
  • By Va_Tad · Posted August 14, 2011
  • Discussion in Lung Cancer Survivors · 11 replies
  • Talked to doctors about breating getting worse, finally ended up in hospital for 17 days with them trying to decide if I had pneumonia. Now am on Prednisone 50 mg/day for luminitis in the lungs. Anyone ...

HR+ HER- aggressive Luminal B breast cancer and new drugs targetting

jenrio
  • By jenrio · Posted February 2, 2012
  • Discussion in Advanced Breast Cancer · 0 replies
  • http://breast-cancer-research.com/conten t/13/6/221 Free 30 days trial There's a table inside listing the newer drugs (and clinical trials) targeting alternative pathways common for luminal B breast cancers ...

"HYPOKALEMIA OR LOW POTASSIUM"

mandyblue
  • By mandyblue · Posted June 2, 2009
  • Journal entry · 32 replies
  • I want to share this research information in "My Journal". This is a very long collection of articles, that explains in great detail, about Hypokalemia or Low Potassium. It is for anyone who needs help ...

HYPOKALEMIA OR LOW POTASSIUM

mandyblue
  • By mandyblue · Posted July 7, 2009
  • Journal entry · 5 replies
  • By mandyblue Shared with the public I HAVE BEEN REQUESTED TO POST THIS ARTICLE IN THE OSTEOPOROSIS GROUP. I HOPE THAT YOU WILL ALL FIND THE INFORMATION HELPFUL. THANK YOU JACQUELINE. ALL MY BEST WISHES ...

Whats the first word that comes to mind?

Amanda1960
  • By Amanda1960 · Posted February 22, 2011
  • Discussion in Ovarian Cancer National Alliance · 19195 replies
  • This is a favorite game of mine. Its a simple association game. Didn't know how it would do here but the rules are only to think of the first word that comes to mind when reading the previous word. OK ...

Here's what I sent to Anderson

kathylhall
  • By kathylhall · Posted May 16, 2012
  • Discussion in Advanced Breast Cancer · 33 replies
  • OK folks-- I only had 1500 characters, but here's what i sent to ANDERSON... October 13 is Metastatic Breast Cancer Day. Women like me don't get an entire month of celebration, but we do get one day ...

Need Advise on Xeloda side effects?

Summit185
  • By Summit185 · Posted May 16, 2013
  • Discussion in Advanced Breast Cancer · 49 replies
  • I have been on Xeloda for 8 days and just started to get red sore feet. Is there anything to help this from progressing? Ice packes? I have been putting cream on every night ...

Ip6 and Inisitol supplement for TNBC mets to hilar nodes... any thoughts?

Refusing_2_lay_down
  • By Refusing_2_lay_down · Posted June 7, 2013
  • Discussion in Advanced Breast Cancer · 8 replies
  • Hi everyone, I have been seeing more and more Ip6 and Inositol mentionings and am curious if anyone has info on therapeutic dosage, what is the better brand to buy, and where do you get it? It sounds ...

Sarc Eyes?

manchester1777
  • By manchester1777 · Posted August 25, 2010
  • Discussion in Stop Sarcoidosis · 9 replies
  • I have been having trouble with my eyes for awhile and went back to the Opthamologist for my 6 mos visit yesterday. Over the last month my eyesight has gotten extremely bad, I have alot of black floaters ...

tumor markers skyrocketing - how high can they go ?

LindaClara
  • By LindaClara · Posted December 19, 2011
  • Journal entry · 19 replies
  • End 2009 I was diagnosed with MBC (ER3+ PR 1+ HER -) with 6 out of 18 axillary lympnodes and several bone metastases...Stage IV from the start. I started on Femara with Bondronat with good response for ...

To Chemo or not to Chemo, That is the ?

Calix
  • By Calix · Posted April 17, 2013
  • Journal entry · 81 replies
  • Stage I TN, node OK. March 2013. Lumpectomy March 13th. At this time planning no Chemotherapy to my Oncologist's dismay. Read a lot on internet about this TN, and talked with people. I want to try healthy ...

Positive ER, PR, Negative HER2

Windbeneathmywings
  • By Windbeneathmywings · Posted May 20, 2010
  • Discussion in Advanced Breast Cancer · 13 replies
  • Good Thursday Morning, There seems to be an enormous amount of discussions about TNBC on this website right now. And I'm not saying that is a bad thing. Information is power. But I haven't read of many ...

Can any tell me about Phenobarbital!!!

vrolijk (Inactive)
  • By vrolijk (Inactive) · Posted September 18, 2011
  • Discussion in Mental Health America · 6 replies
  • Why a psychiatrist would put a bipolar person on Phenobarbital???? Who has no seizures and has a hard time with meds anyway. I cannot figure it out, maybe I wrote the post to long, but I cannot believe ...

"endobronchial intratumoural chemotherapy"?

Rich66
  • By Rich66 · Posted May 6, 2012
  • Discussion in Lung Cancer Survivors · 3 replies
  • Anyone had chemo deliveerd to lung tumor(s) via bronchoscope? Here's a pubmed example: J Pharm Pharmacol. 2003 Oct;55(10):1441-8. Intratumoural chemotherapy with 5-fluorouracil for palliation of bronchial ...

Black Seed Oil---a miracle gift from God

matter2003
  • By matter2003 · Posted July 18, 2013
  • Discussion in TalkPsoriasis · 1533 replies
  • I have been dealing with psoriasis for about 13 years now. Two years ago I was determined to find the cause and rid myself of this. I have read literally thousands of articles, studies and posts about ...

Mac Tel Support

kimn1954
  • By kimn1954 · Posted October 10, 2012
  • Discussion in Genetic Alliance · 2768 replies
  • This is a continuation of the discussion called "Idiopathic Juxtafoveal Telangietasis Type 2" started on July 15 2012, under the NORD Rare Disease Support Community, in the My Disease Has No Treatment ...

Prostate cancer stem cells are a moving target, UCLA researchers say

dave205
  • By dave205 · Posted December 9, 2013
  • Discussion in Us TOO Prostate Cancer · 0 replies
  • By Shaun Mason December 03, 2013 UCLA researchers have discovered how prostate cancer stem cells evolve as the disease progresses, a finding that could help point the way to more highly targeted therapies ...

triple negative breast cancer

srba
  • By srba · Posted June 20, 2011
  • Journal entry · 8 replies
  • what are treatment options available for liver mets ...

Understanding the Natural Approach to Osteoporosis

Lela52
  • By Lela52 · Posted July 14, 2013
  • Discussion in National Osteoporosis Foundation · 519 replies
  • Dr Keith McCormick DC, has made a 3-part video series called: Understanding the Natural Approach to Osteoporosis Part 1 - Part 2 - Part 3 In case you want to hear Dr McCormick talk some more abou ...

"Desperately Seeking Cures" Newsweek Mag

BlindsidedinNY
  • By BlindsidedinNY · Posted May 31, 2010
  • Discussion in Advanced Breast Cancer · 9 replies
  • There was a good article last week on the politics of research and why it's so difficult for breakthough discoveries to make their way to market. http://www.newsweek.com/2010/05/15/despe rately-seeking-cures.html ...

To Clot or Not to Clot, Gastropareis and Central Lines

sitkaconny
  • By sitkaconny · Posted August 29, 2010
  • Discussion in AGMD GI Motility Disorders · 2 replies
  • Dig Dis Sci DOI 10.1007/s10620-007-0040-x ORIGINAL PAPER To Clot or Not To Clot: Are there Predictors of Clinically Significant Thrombus Formation in Patients with Gastroparesis and Prolonged IV Access ...

eye sarcoidosis

Resilience
  • By Resilience · Posted September 28, 2010
  • Discussion in Stop Sarcoidosis · 29 replies
  • Hi Everyone - I have these small bumps on both my eyes. I have gone to the ophthalmologist and he said I shouldn't worry. I asked if it could be Sarc and he stated "your hyper sensitive about your condition ...

Pagano's diet and other real solutions.

npf-1256 (Inactive)
  • By npf-1256 (Inactive) · Posted April 20, 2004
  • Discussion in TalkPsoriasis · 12 replies
  • ** Originally posted by chardog ** Does anyone here believe the the leaky gut theory? I for one personally believe that Psoriasis comes from the liver/gastro imbalances. Reason I say this: Are you allergic ...

Dairy Question

P4Life
  • By P4Life · Posted February 2, 2005
  • Discussion in TalkPsoriasis · 4 replies
  • ** Originally posted by GoAwayP ** I have read in a few books that you should limit dairy as it might affect your p. Does anyone know what it is in dairy that might flare p? Is is the lactose ...

Coconut oil...

npf-5529 (Inactive)
  • By npf-5529 (Inactive) · Posted February 6, 2008
  • Discussion in TalkPsoriasis · 53 replies
  • ** Originally posted by Ciro ** ....anyone used this for applying on their P???? I'm a clueless guy, what type is good? Any I've seen in the store look hard/solid, are you suppose to heat it? Useless ...

Question for those who have cured P

skinclearing
  • By skinclearing · Posted August 23, 2008
  • Discussion in TalkPsoriasis · 30 replies
  • ** Originally posted by skinclearing ** I should intro myself a bit, been posting here without doing that, bad habit I have. Back in the 90's I was an NPF member for a few years. Gave up on the NPF when ...

Alpharadin (radium-223 chloride)

SeniorBiebs
  • By SeniorBiebs · Posted May 10, 2013
  • Discussion in Us TOO Prostate Cancer · 150 replies
  • Was wondering if anyone has had any experience with Alpharadin (radium-223 chloride), perhaps as part of a clinical trial? I am in my fourth month on Zytiga and was expecting to go on Xtandi next, but ...

Machelle Speaks,

Machelle
  • By Machelle · Posted January 22, 2008
  • Journal entry · 9 replies
  • Come On, People! be honest! Why do you want to lose weight? I asked myself this time and time again. That is, every time I went on a diet. Well, first I will share with you why I used to want to lose ...

7 year old boy desperately in need of help

willenium
  • By willenium · Posted May 24, 2009
  • Journal entry · 0 replies
  • Dear Angels out there in the world, I really in need of help by anyone who can help to cure or at least ease the pain of a 7 year old boy. My friend's son is boy who has been suffering with an unknown ...

Glad to be home!

Char
  • By Char · Posted September 13, 2009
  • Journal entry · 4 replies
  • I'm so glad to be home. While this stay was pretty short, only 2 weeks, that is more then enough. A couple weeks ago I started running a fever, and it kept going up as the day went on. We held off, and ...

Luke's Close Call

diagnosishope
  • By diagnosishope · Posted October 24, 2010
  • Journal entry · 18 replies
  • I haven't been very active on here. I am reading everything though. This is a (really long) update; really a play by play of the craziness that happened when Luke had an allergic reaction to his chemo ...

God Pours out Healing for Us!

Mithra
  • By Mithra · Posted March 6, 2011
  • Journal entry · 9 replies
  • My dearest all, It has been a long time since my last post here, and I thought I should share this, which I received from the Foundation for Cancer Research and Wellness, with you all and by this, say ...

Out of surgery, full of questions

aloha64
  • By aloha64 · Posted March 22, 2011
  • Journal entry · 34 replies
  • I did well with the surgery process! It took the anesthesiologist to get an IV in me in the pr-op room! the surgeon had me in tears because he wanted me to try another port-a-cath, while I wanted a hickman ...

Got Rhythm, Grandma? (rturri)

rturri
  • By rturri · Posted July 25, 2011
  • Journal entry · 18 replies
  • Hey, I'm not a cry baby. In fact, when my cardiac arrest hit me in April 6, 2008, my 57 years had turned this once happy baby into quite a crab. Now, no SCA is a good one. Some seem worse than others ...

the start

charlie21
  • By charlie21 · Posted October 27, 2011
  • Journal entry · 1 reply
  • i am stuggling with my condistion that i have and i want to learn more about my condioshion ...

In Living Color

frykwoman
  • By frykwoman · Posted February 12, 2012
  • Journal entry · 61 replies
  • The sun is rising in my heart. In the past couple of weeks, my depression of the past 4 years has finally begun to lift!!! I'm feeling JOY, I'm seeing COLOR where for so long all was grey, and I'm actually ...

Tarceva

cathytyson
  • By cathytyson · Posted August 21, 2012
  • Journal entry · 25 replies
  • Isvit possible to take tarceva if you have brain mets as well as lung tumour ...

Cardiac Workup for my Sweet Husband

frykwoman
  • By frykwoman · Posted December 11, 2012
  • Journal entry · 40 replies
  • Hi friends, As happens to many of us and our loved ones, heart symptoms have brought red flags up in our household as my husband has started having suspicious angina-like symptoms. He is prone to want ...

Year of Gratitude- 2014

amarettosour
  • By amarettosour · Posted December 29, 2012
  • Journal entry · 677 replies
  • Happy New Years To All Inspire Members! I decided to start a journal for gratitude for the new year in 2013. 2013 is behind us and its time to move forward. This journal has transformed my life in 2013 ...

Disturbed

Derma1965
  • By Derma1965 · Posted March 2, 2013
  • Journal entry · 6 replies
  • I cannot sleep though I am sleepy and tired. My ears are itchy. I am hot, cold, hot, cold. The itching is all over. I am desperate and tired of this disease that manifests itself in all kinds of ways ...

My journey so far

johnor
  • By johnor · Posted August 5, 2013
  • Journal entry · 9 replies
  • I write this with some trepedation as it is my first post after reading many of yours. I will try to keep it short. I was diagnosed with follicular lymphoma in 2008 (an indolent but historically non-curable ...

loss of a pet why does it bend you out of shape

scotsgirl
  • By scotsgirl · Posted August 30, 2013
  • Journal entry · 26 replies
  • Feeling very blue went away for a couple of days with my husband as felt well enough to leave the house, my neighbour phones to say one of my ragdolls has died peacefully in his sleep only 2 weeks after ...

Really worried

jhanzaib
  • By jhanzaib · Posted September 3, 2013
  • Journal entry · 3 replies
  • hello every body. My mom was diagnosed with 3C ovc in December 2010. she had a dubulking surgery in Feb 2011 followed by 6 chemos of Carbo and taxol which ended in June 2011. Her Ca level went down form ...

Infections

nycsouth
  • By nycsouth · Posted September 30, 2013
  • Journal entry · 7 replies
  • Hi friends, I am on TPN for GP and I have a Hickman Catheter. My line was first placed in 2011 and within 5 days I was back in the hospital with a blood clot and an infection that nearly killed me. I ...

Power of Prayer

Jastopp
  • By Jastopp · Posted November 21, 2013
  • Journal entry · 30 replies
  • Be careful what you pray for…. All of us have special dates that we will never forget. One of the biggest and the first for us to remember is our own birthday. Another for many Catholics is the date of ...

for Encouragement

langley10101
  • By langley10101 · Posted January 28, 2014
  • Journal entry · 4 replies
  • I recieved a calendar as a gift from my prayer group and today I read this- I hope you get encouragement from it too: Let My presence override everything you experience. Like a luminous veil of Light ...

HAS ANYONE HEARD OF A "LIGHT" CURING CANCER?

SurvivorsNetwork
  • By SurvivorsNetwork · Posted July 18, 2005
  • Discussion in Lung Cancer Survivors · 1 reply
  • ** Originally posted by barb ** Someone asked me if I heard of a "light" room where you get cured for cancer. Has anyone heard of such a thing, and if so, can you let us know what it is? The person who ...

diffuse atherosclerosis scared

flowerfloosey
  • By flowerfloosey · Posted February 24, 2007
  • Discussion in WomenHeart · 4 replies
  • Hi, I am in the process of the diagnoses of heart disease. I am scared to death! I am 56 and overweight with a strong family history of heart disease. My sister dropped dead suddenly of a heart attack ...

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