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Gut bacteria 'boost' cancer therapy - BBC News
Two studies, in the journal Science, linked specific species and the overall diversity of the microbiome to the effectiveness of immunotherapy drugs. [...] Those that responded to therapy tended to have a richer, more diverse microbiome than those that did not.
Cancer  microbiome  immunotherapy  epigenetics  chronic  sick  inflammation  autoimmune  disease  gut  leaky  diet  lifestyle  S.A.D.  western  public  health  immune  system  immunesystem  antibiotic  antibiotics  post-antibiotic  chemotherapy 
november 2017 by asterisk2a
AA Gill said NHS could not give him new cancer treatment in final column | Media | The Guardian
[ putting a price on someones days. life extension. doing a cost benefit analysis. can I save more lifes w 100k than just extending someones life by circa 1-2 years ] AA Gill, the award-winning writer and restaurant critic who died on Saturday aged 62, described in his final article how the NHS could not give him a cutting-edge, potentially life-extending cancer treatment. [...] But he said he was denied immunotherapy [...] A consultant told Gill that the treatment – which is about four times the cost of chemotherapy – would be “particularly successful” with his kind of cancer and that he would have recommended it if the writer had had private health insurance. //&! Response - Reaction to Gill’s death has included a wave of letters and comment along the lines of: “God help me if I get cancer and have to rely on the NHS.” [...] And the main factor the summary highlights is the fact that we smoke, drink and overeat more than the OECD average. -
sick  population  cancer  NHS  Crisis  Austerity  CVD  diabetes  ageing  demographic  bubble  health  care  demand  budget  rationing  chemotherapy  medical  advances  NICE 
december 2016 by asterisk2a
"Auf ärztliches Anraten" - Roxette sagen geplante Welt-Tournee ab
Bei der 57-Jährigen war 2002 ein Hirntumor diagnostiziert worden, sie galt aber als geheilt. Ob die Absage mit Nachwirkungen der damaligen Erkrankung zusammenhänge, konnte eine Sprecherin auf Anfrage nicht sagen. //&! - she underwent successful surgery to remove the tumor. It was malignant and she endured months of chemotherapy and radiation treatments. She had difficulties reading, writing and counting for a period of time, and is now blind in her right eye. [...] On 18 April 2016 Roxette announced that their 30th anniversary summer tour was cancelled as advised by Fredriksson's doctors. [...] [from FB page] " However, singer Marie Fredriksson has been advised by her doctors to refrain from touring and as a consequence all the summer shows are cancelled. [...] 'Sadly, now my touring days are over'"
Roxette  Marie  Fredriksson  cancer  chemotherapy  brain  tumor  premature  ageing  ageing  population  OAP  babyboomers  diet-related  disease  chronic  disease  Radiation  therapy  radiationtherapy 
april 2016 by asterisk2a
seizures, mri scan, op 90% removed, biopsy - grade 4 glioblastoma. 26 years old. [... + life extension treatments that will reduce quality of life significantly ] Nadia started chemotherapy and radiotherapy to treat the tumour this week. She said: “The idea is to try and shrink it – hopefully holding it off a little bit and give me a longer life expectancy.”
brain  tumor  brain  cancer  glioma  cancer  chemotherapy  radiotherapy  health  care  demand  health  care  budget  health  care  cost  health  care  spending  sick  population  diabetes  diet-related  disease  chronic  disease  obesity  epidemic  chronic  low-grade  inflammation  health  crisis  overweight  obesity  heart  disease  high  blood  pressure  Statin  Statins  NHS  austerity  rationing  ethics 
april 2016 by asterisk2a
How Victoria's Video Diaries have helped women around the UK
"brave" ...normalisation of cancer. 'was death sentence, now life extension' // BBC journalist Victoria Derbyshire has finished the chemotherapy stage of her breast cancer treatment. In it, she describes her emotional reaction to the end of her final cycle.

Derbyshire has been filming diaries since she was diagnosed with breast cancer at the end of July last year, to try to help demystify the treatment.

Here, two women who were also diagnosed with the condition in 2015 explain how the diaries have helped them, and they were joined by Baroness Delyth Morgan from the charity, Breast Cancer Now.
cancer  breast  cancer  sick  population  health  crisis  hypertension  high  blood  pressure  diabetes  heart  disease  OAP  babyboomers  chemotherapy  demographic  bubble  ageing  population  premature  ageing  premature  death 
march 2016 by asterisk2a
Guido Westerwelle hat den Kampf gegen sein Krebsleiden verloren.
Guido Westerwelle hatte inständig gehofft, die tückische Krankheit Leukämie überwunden zu haben. In einem langen Gespräch mit dem SPIEGEL hatte er im Herbst 2015 einen Satz gesagt, der jeden Menschen anrühren musste, der zur Empathie fähig ist: "Ich will unbedingt weiterleben."
Mit dem früheren "Stern"-Chefredakteur Dominik Wichmann hatte Westerwelle ein Buch veröffentlicht, das ebenfalls den Blutkrebs thematisierte, der ihn von einem Tag auf den anderen heimgesucht hatte. "Zwischen zwei Leben: Von Liebe, Tod und Zuversicht." Der Ton: ernst, gleichwohl optimistisch.

Doch zuletzt ging es ihm wieder schlechter, seit Ende November lag Westerwelle wieder in der Universitätsklinik Köln. Nun ist er an den Folgen der Leukämie-Behandlung gestorben - mit nur 54 Jahren.
cancer  premature  death  sick  population  health  crisis  babyboomers  OAP  health  care  budget  health  care  spending  healthcare  cost  diet-related  diseases  chronic  diseases  chemotherapy  bone  marrow  transplant  autoimmune  disease  immune  system 
march 2016 by asterisk2a
Terminally ill campaigner fighting for right to work
58 (2016) // Woodcock was first treated for breast cancer in 2000, but the cancer returned in 2012. A scan confirmed a secondary cancer and multiple tumours in her liver, and she was given a year to live as long as she underwent chemotherapy. [ LIVEEXTENSION ]
chemotherapy  cancer  breast  cancer  sick  population  health  care  spending  health  care  budget  health  crisis  prevention  intervention  premature  ageing  premature  death  babyboomers  OAP  chronic  low-grade  inflammation  autoimmune  disease 
march 2016 by asterisk2a
I HATE THIS FEELING (2.24.16 - Day 2492) - YouTube
min 9:30 - breakdown. fear. not being on chemo and this type of aggressive cancer coming back, back more aggressive as is known. and thus killing him slowly. //&! - 10:00 - seizure // days later checkup - - 1:30 - 'it's still stable'
cancer  brain  cancer  chemotherapy  well  being  mental  health 
march 2016 by asterisk2a
Radical cancer treatment seeks to control rather than destroy tumours | Science | The Guardian
Instead of eradicating cancer, the new goal for doctors needs to be prevention of cancer disease, she adds. “We need to stabilise tumour growth and enable gradual, controlled regression over time.” Charles Swanton, a scientist at the Francis Crick Institute in London, who is part-funded by Cancer Research UK, said: “How cancers become resistant to treatment has been one of the greatest challenges facing doctors and their patients. This work tries to find a way around a phenomenon known as ‘competitive release’, where drug resistant cancer cells survive and take over the tumour once the drug-sensitive cells have been killed off. “When this happens in cancers, the disease is often much harder to treat due to the limited number of drug options available.
cancer  Immunotherapy  immune  system  autoimmune  response  chronic  low-grade  inflammation  chronic  diseases  diet-related  disease  chemotherapy  radiationtherapy  melanoma  lung  cancer  health  crisis  sick  population  health  care  budget  health  care  spending  OAP  premature  ageing  ageing  population  demographic  bubble  NHS  prevention  intervention 
march 2016 by asterisk2a
Genetics of cancer tumours reveal possible treatment revolution | Science | The Guardian
[Immunotherapy does] not work in everyone [and every cancer]. One approach releases the brakes on the immune system, unleashing the full force of killer T cells, which are otherwise dampened down by cancer cells. But to work, the patient’s immune system must first recognise the cancer as the enemy. Charles Swanton, an expert on cancer evolution who led the latest study at the Francis Crick Institute in London, said the discovery of surface proteins shared by all of a patient’s cancer cells provided an “achilles heel” for future therapies to target. [...] As tumours grow, they evolve. Over time, mutations scramble the DNA, and one part of the tumour starts to look very different to another. [And chemo stops working.] [...] [NOT CHEAP!] //&! - Experimental therapy tested in mice could lead to patients living healthy lives with tumours constantly kept in check with low doses of medicine //&!
cancer  Immunotherapy  immune  system  autoimmune  response  chronic  low-grade  inflammation  chronic  diseases  diet-related  disease  chemotherapy  radiationtherapy  melanoma  lung  cancer  health  crisis  sick  population  health  care  budget  health  care  spending  OAP  premature  ageing  ageing  population  demographic  bubble  NHS  prevention  intervention 
march 2016 by asterisk2a
BBC iPlayer - Documentary Picks - Before I Kick the Bucket: The Whole Story
it's about the connections we have w people. ask ppl in old age, on their death bed. // in society that is material and goal orientated. FOMO. // vs reality. of being. being together w people. feelings. relationships. // // min 34 - 1 year on chemo takes its toll on you. it keeps you here. but takes everything out of you to actually enjoy yourself in the here. "it's psychological torture." [...] "I've got most of my strength from not looking ill." RE: her hair lost from new aggressive chemo round. [...] "If I stop chemo, I am gone. Have to go going, because ['I enjoy the rare ok days that I have left.']" //&! New Tumors popping up aggressively; needs now also radiotherapy [as life extension change] - //&! When cancer outwits current new aggressive chemo (last resort), it is game over. Palliative Care Next. -
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february 2016 by asterisk2a
Water Fasting's Amazing Effect On Immune System - YouTube
there was one study done; intermittent fasting before and during chemo day. improved well being and reduced side-effects.
chemotherapy  fasting  intermittent  fasting  immune  system  cancer  Immunotherapy  premature  ageing  ageing  anti-ageing 
february 2016 by asterisk2a
Cancer researchers claim 'extraordinary results' using T-cell therapy | Science | The Guardian
‘This is unprecedented’ says researcher after more than half of terminally ill blood cancer patients experienced complete remission in early clinical trials [...] Tests so far have only targeted certain blood cancers, and the researchers acknowledged they needed to work on tumors and track how long patients would remain in remission. Cancer cells can sometimes hide unnoticed by the body’s defenses, or simply overwhelm them and throw the immune system into overdrive. [...] “Much like chemotherapy and radiotherapy, it’s not going to be a save-all,” Riddell said of the new therapy, adding: “I think immunotherapy has finally made it to a pillar of cancer therapy.” A paper on the ALL research is currently under review and pending publication. //&!
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february 2016 by asterisk2a
▶ BBC Two - Victoria Derbyshire, 23/11/2015, 'We battled recurring cancer'
Cancer charities say there needs to be more support for people facing a recurring diagnosis of cancer. Figures show there is a 5% chance of sufferers getting a different kind of cancer in the future. // overweight/obese carry higher risk of cancer bc of the fat being inflammatory factor! inflammation through fat and diet is bad for immune system -
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december 2015 by asterisk2a
Dear FURIOUS PETE, here’s what the CANCER INDUSTRY doesn’t want YOU to know - YouTube
isnt the hippocratic oath - do no harm!? // 500bn sales - big pharma. //
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october 2015 by asterisk2a
Blood clots contribute to deaths of 4,000 cancer patients a year, MPs warn | Society | The Guardian
[ side-effects, complications. doesn't even include, if you survive for long enough that chemo increases risk for other cancers. ] All-party parliamentary thrombosis group, led by Andrew Gwynne MP, says hospitals should protect cancer sufferers whose treatment raises risk of clots [...] [ also diet contributes to the state of blood (to the downside); free oil, oil, animal fat, animal protein ]
chemotherapy  radiation  cancer  medical  profession  medical  advances 
october 2015 by asterisk2a
What the Cancer Industry doesn't want YOU to know - YouTube
reframing, spin, like tobacco. "seeking cure" // cancer survival rate PAST (5 years is medical profession grade what therapy success is measured at) 10 years from diagnosis for most cancers not even 50% survival rate. plus what is not talked abt is the poison effect that is chemotherapy, that will INCREASE ur risk for cancers like leukemia, bone and blood cancers. post-treatment. //&! //&! Dr. Garth Davis talked about the fact that medical teaching does not include nutrition. medical teaching/profession sees only the problem at hand. 'Trained to do X. Next patient. Repeat. Repeat. Repeat.' - //&! --- NO training, big funded department about PREVENTION of chronic western ills! ie NHS, insurance companies. //&! ALSO what is good for your heart (cardiovascular disease) is also good for your brain (Alzheimer, dementia). //&! Proteinaholic (Book), China Study (Book), Milk Consumption, IGF-1.
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september 2015 by asterisk2a
HIV flushed out by cancer drug - BBC News
HIV can be flushed out of its hiding places in the body using a cancer drug, researchers show.
HIV  AIDS  chemotherapy  immune  system 
july 2015 by asterisk2a
The Radical New Science of Longevity - YouTube
min15 diet slows or speeds up ageing. Intermittent fasting ie once a month +3 days. cheat would be juice fast or broth. but here is the kicker, whole food plant based diet (vegan) does mimic parts of fasting, evidence in seen in certain factors that get activated when you really do fast. slowing down the burn rate of the many reactors (cells) we have. slowing down the cell division & thus keeping telomere's intact for longer. see also epigenetics. stress does age u. stress in many forms. same with methionine restriction - - The low-methionine content of vegan diets may make methionine restriction feasible as a life extension strategy. || min 23:00 chemotherapy does accelerate ageing and shows side effects a decade down the rate. ie higher rate of bone cancer occurrence. // min 41 stem cell therapy, currently used in focused approach vs future of preventative supplementation. ie using own blood plasma injected in face 2 increase collagen production
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april 2015 by asterisk2a
Langzeitfolgen von Krebsbehandlung - Der Preis des Überlebens | SWR Odysso - Das will ich wissen! - YouTube
survival of aggressive chemotherapy/cancer treatment has a high cost. that you have long-term side-effects. ie eg increased risk of breast cancer for women, heart muscle weakness and increased osteoporosis risk. and 40% increased risk of follow-on cancer 20 years later, somewhere else. "Spätfolgen."
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february 2015 by asterisk2a
Kris Carr speaks about cancer and The China Study - YouTube
Slowed significantly, Stable Cancer ('incurable'). See more peer reviewed medical research (evidence based) on it :: + + // + + // << self-care, self care, public health policy, public health, health crisis, health science, sustainability, sustainable, 'cancer begins in early age, tiny micro cancer cells; its about the environment we create - one where cancer flourishes or where one that doesn't and thus it can't kill you.' Bottled juices in Stores are pasteurised and laden with extra sugar and preservatives. BAD! | "living in the moment. being present." *Marie Forleo + productivity. + :: Kris Carr & Marie Forleo - Personal Brand
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april 2014 by asterisk2a
Don’t just offer women mammography, says leading radiologist | What Doctors Don't Tell You
Mammography is poor at detecting cancers in women with dense breast tissue, it produces too many false-positives (when it detects a cancer that isn’t there), and it exposes women to high doses of radiation, say researchers from the H Lee Moffitt. [ Well, there should be at least a needle biopsy (3, to forgoe a false positive) - before any operation] >> >> >>
heart  disease  mammography  breast  cancer  digital  breast  tomosynthesis  unintended  consequences  chemotherapy  cancer 
april 2013 by asterisk2a
Life, Interrupted: Fighting Cancer, and Myself -
The cancer world is awash in battle language. Our culture repeats these warlike phrases over and over, like mantras. Cancer books love to traffic in this take-no-prisoners language. They talk about cancer “warriors,” fighting and winning a battle for health. They even encourage patients to visualize chemotherapy as a sea of soldiers entering the bloodstream to fight off the enemy disease. In a lot of ways, it’s an attractive line of thinking. It’s the hero’s journey mixed with the glorification of war. It’s the us-versus-them theme — except in this case it’s us-versus-us. Cancer is one’s own civil war.


A year and a half ago I was deciding between two job offers, while this morning I gave up on making a sandwich when I couldn’t open the jar of jam.

[...] I try to remind myself that chemotherapy, too, is illogical on its face; you are poisoned in order to be cured.

accepting and surrendering to the fact ...
chemotherapy  cancer 
june 2012 by asterisk2a

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