Undifferentiated Sarcoma

July is International Sarcoma Awareness month, and as such we recently did a post about the most common Childhood Cancer Sarcomas (there is in excess of 50 types of sarcomas). In response to a reader who queried why nothing was mentioned about Undifferentiated Sarcoma, however, I promised to do some research and a post about […]

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Cancer Patients Undergoing Treatment are High Risk for Infections

The immune system is an intricate combination of various organs distributed throughout the body. It helps the body to protect itself against invasion by germs, diseases and infections (see pic above). When a germ enters the body, the white blood cells (lymphocytes) are triggered to attack it. White blood cells constantly move throughout the body […]

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Artwork for Sale ~ Sponsors Needed

  We have featured the story of little Heini, who has undergone two operations for Brain Cancer and is currently still undergoing radiation treatment, in a few of our earlier articles, and now we would like to tell you a bit about his mother again… “Mom Lize is a widow, and is travelling this hard […]

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Top Cancer-Fighting Foods

Fighting Cancer by the Plateful No single food can reduce your risk of cancer, but the right combination of foods may help make a difference. At mealtimes, strike a balance of at least two-thirds plant-based foods and no more than one-third animal protein. This “New American Plate” is an important cancer fighting tool, according to […]

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