There is a story the anticancer drugs used in cancer treatment originated from mustard gas, a biochemical weapon developed during the World War II. An American pharmacologist, Alfred Gilman and Lewis S Goodman analyzed the deaths of Allied soldiers who died from the mustard gas leak, and found that some of the mustard gas derivatives… Continue reading What are target chemotherapies for cancer?
Cancer patients who opt for cancer treatments such as radiotherapy and chemotherapy are often at risk for weakened immune system, which can increase their chances of getting an infection, including fungal infection. Cancer treatments lower white blood cells, especially neutrophils, which often occurs 10-14 days after receiving chemotherapy and this low white blood count period… Continue reading YOU MAY BE VULNERABLE TO YEAST INFECTIONS DUE TO CANCER TREATMENTS !
There are tons of supplements that doctors often recommend you taking, whether you just got diagnosed, are receiving treatment or recovering from treatments. However, depending on your specific case and on different dietary agents, doses can vary, so it is always best to consult your health professional before taking any supplement. While generally, supplements CANNOT… Continue reading Breast Cancer Supplements That Are Super Easy to Add to Your Diets
I've mentioned FUCOIDAN in some of my previous blog posts but just barely scratched the surface of the knowledge and science behind this not-so-new compound. Since it looks like Fucoidan has piqued your interest (hence the number of questions and comments I've received on it), I will try to answer some of the most common… Continue reading Common Questions About Fucoidan