Peter Nelson of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle co-authored a study and published it in Nature Medicine detailing how chemotherapy not only produces resistance to chemotherapy by cancerous tumors but also stimulates its growth and metastasis (spread). Approximately 90% of people with metastatic cancer become resistant to chemotherapy. This occurs readily in cancers of the breast, prostate, [...]Read more ›
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By Thomas Lodi, M.D. The most important and relevant challenge facing people who have been diagnosed with cancer and even those who have not been diagnosed is, “How do I stop doing this?” “How do I stop making this cancer?” Clearly, since in the United States, one out of two men and one out of two and a half women [...]Read more ›
By Thomas Lodi, M.D. Pink ribbons, fund raising hikes, runs and walks as well as marquis, TV and magazine ads seem to culturally define the month of October to Americans with seemingly as much significance as apple pie, turkeys and pilgrims define November. Our October heritage, though has very shallow roots going back in time only a couple of decades [...]Read more ›