Posts Tagged ‘brain tumor’|
Coffee and tea intake and risk of brain tumors in the European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition cohort study.
Monday, September 20th, 2010
Monday, July 26th, 2010
Mulberry Fruit (Moris fructus) Extracts Induce Human Glioma Cell Death In Vitro Through ROS-Dependent Mitochondrial Pathway and Inhibits Glioma Tumor Growth In Vivo
Monday, April 5th, 2010
An in vivo study suggests that the mulberry fruit inhibits glioma growth and induces apopotosis in glioma cell lines.
Tags: alternative brain tumor treatment, apoptosis, astrocytoma, brain tumor, glioblastoma, glioma, mixed glioma, mulberry fruit, natural brain tumor treatment, naturopathic brain tumor treatment, oligo-astrocytoma, oligodendroglioma, ROS
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Thursday, January 14th, 2010
After I was diagnosed with an aggressive malignant brain tumor, I began a desperate search on the internet to figure out exactly what I was dealing with and how I was going to get rid of it. It didn’t take me long to become discouraged learning that even with surgery, chemo and radiation, I was only given the hope of living for 3-5 years. Through the most fortunate set of circumstances, I crossed paths with Dr. Nigh. In my world of cancer, he has by far become my most important ally. I have six doctors that I deal with regularly. Five of these doctors mean really well when it comes to treating my cancer. Dr. Nigh is the only one who has taught me that my body must first become well, in order to treat this cancer successfully. I am still alive 6 years after my initial diagnosis and one year longer than what conventional medicine could offer me. Not only am I surviving with the treatments that Dr. Nigh is giving me, but my body is thriving. This clinic has given my family and I the hope that nobody else could.
Tags: alternative cancer treatment, astrocytoma, brain cancer, brain tumor, Dr. Greg Nigh, glioma, health education, natural cancer treatment, natural IV therapy, oligo-astrocytoma
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