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Scientists say they have identified what triggers the most aggressive breast cancer cells to proliferate despite the killer effects of chemotherapy. And that has led to new approaches that make chemotherapy deadly to them in mice trials.
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One of the key areas is training for staff. Staff are not necessarily trained in pain control. The survey today is that the time. A lot of it to do with the commissioning process, at the moment they are paid for a number of operations, chemotherapy, but not paid for end of life care. Hospitals are not, and until we are recognising the value of the end of life care, and hospitals.
BBC News 24
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People recovering from operations, someone who needs chemotherapy, given on time. Often the patient who is poorly, maybe the end of life care, the patient he gets seen last. You have to prioritise the type of patient you are looking after. That has changed, much more acute over the years. Since I have been a nurse. The survey, not a revelation to save most nurses say they do not have enough time.
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BBC News 24
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So a good example is breast cancer chemotherapy, where we're now testing a model where patients can now self-administer their own drugs in their own home. Elsewhere in the UK, there are differing approaches. In Scotland, there are hubs where GPs work alongside social services and pharmacists.
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She has a tattoo for Standing Rock and stands firmly against the utilization of real fur and leather in fashion. She also has seven piercings to represent her fathers favorite number and has upcoming plans to get a new tattoo with her mom, Debbie Rowe, who recently finished chemotherapy. If this interview is any indication , we have a feeling were about to see ― and learn ― a lot more about Jackson than ever before. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
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I've come to see how you are? The plans also involve concentrating specialist care in centres of excellence, for one part of London, cancer experts are being brought together in one hospital. Covering a population close to 4 million. Having a big team means we've been able to think of new models of giving treatment to patients close to their home. A good example is breast cancer chemotherapy, where we are now testing a model where patients can self administer their drugs in their own home.
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Daily Mail - USA
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Spencer Kolman, 15, from Chicago, Illinois, was the only child in the United States to receive a rare heart-lung transplant that year. His lungs had severe scarring due to long ago chemotherapy as a baby.
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Daily Mail - Health
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Spencer Kolman, 15, from Chicago, Illinois, was the only child in the United States to receive a rare heart-lung transplant that year. His lungs had severe scarring due to long ago chemotherapy as a baby.
Phys.Org
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Drugs disguised as viruses are providing new weapons in the battle against cancer, promising greater accuracy and fewer side effects than chemotherapy.
Daily Mail - Health
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Sky News
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Nick Boles, the Conservative MP, went to that vote in a wheelchair after receiving chemotherapy for a tumour in his head. You missed the vote because you had a migraine, even though you'd spoken in the debate earlier and there were pictures of you being in the pub the night before.
Mondoweiss
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Violence / Detentions West Bank / Jerusalem Funeral held for Palestinian shot by Israeli forces 3 months ago while crossing the street TULKAREM (Ma‘an) 18 Feb Hundreds of Palestinian mourners joined a funeral procession in the city of Tulkarem in the northern occupied West Bank on Saturday for 25-year-old Muhammad Jallad , who died last week in Israeli custody, after being hospitalized for three months for being shot by Israeli forces while he was crossing the street on his way to a chemotherapy session. Members of Jallad's family have firmly rejected the Israeli army's claim that the young man was attempting to carry out a stab attack on soldiers when they shot him. The funeral procession marched from the Tulkarem's mosque to the cemetery, where Jallad was laid to rest. Palestinian Authority (PA) officials were present at the funeral, along with representatives of popular Palestinian movements and civil society groups .
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Mirrorspectrum
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A woman was unfortunately diagnosed with cancer. She decided to completely change her diet and cure the illness. Five years ago, Candice Marie Fox was given 5 years to live due to her thyroid cancer which had spread to her organs. Devastated, she refused chemotherapy and instead started consuming 3 pineapples a day together with lemon, kiwi, grapefruit, bananas, apples and papaya (watch the video below). Today she is 31 and very healthy and alive; she managed to defeat fourth stage cancer in 6 months! After couple of misfortunes she faced in her life due to cancer and chemotherapy (she lost her 13 year old cousin and her 31 year old friend Jamie), she refused to undergo chemo and instead decided to research natural ways to fight cancer; she soon discovered that pineapples, papaya and kiwi were rich in bromelain and bromelain destroys the protein layer of the cancer.
Lincolnshire Echo
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A terminally ill father-of-four has praised the 'angels' who are keeping him at home for his four-year-old son. Kevin Shelton, 62, was given just three to six months to live after being diagnosed with advanced oesophageal cancer before Christmas. After failed palliative chemotherapy, the married father-of-four from Anderby Creek near Skegness was referred to St Barnabas Hospice for specialist end of life care. READ MORE: Cancer-stricken Imps fan shocked by £2,500 charge to change...