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Our cells rely on oxygen as the final acceptor of electrons in respiration, allowing us to extract far more energy from food than possible without oxygen. But oxygen is also a dangerous compound.
https://cancercelltreatment.com/2022/04/19/reactive-oxygen-species/

A meningioma tumor is usually benign (noncancerous) but can be malignant (cancerous). Meningiomas grow slowly and sometimes invade surrounding brain tissue.
https://cancercelltreatment.com/2022/04/20/3-types-of-meningioma-treatment/

Early detection is critical in the successful treatment of ovarian cancer. There are four main ovarian cancer stages. We must be aware of ovarian cancer symptoms.
https://cancercelltreatment.com/2022/05/25/ovarian-cancer-symptoms/

Researchers classify lymphoma into Hodgkin's lymphoma and non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. There are different lymphoma subtypes, and each subtype has its own set of symptoms and treatment options.
https://cancercelltreatment.com/2022/05/18/the-2-main-types-of-lymphoma/

https://cancercelltreatment.com/2022/06/13/types-of-bone-cancer/
https://cancercelltreatment.com/2022/06/13/types-of-bone-cancer/

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The Future of Treatments - Understanding Cancer Cell Biology

Understanding Cancer Cell Biology For more than a century, cancers have been classified by the organ or tissue where they begin. The breast, lungs, bone marrow, digestive system, and so on – and therapies have been geared to those specific areas. Fortunately, by understanding cancer cell biology, a new perspective has emerged.   Targeted Therapies […]
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March 7, 2022

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Reduce Oxidative Stress and Free Radicals to Boost Immunity

What is Oxidative Stress? In this article, we will discuss how we can reduce oxidative stress in our bodies, but first, let's discuss what oxidative stress is. Oxidative stress is a condition that results when reactive oxygen species (ROS) overwhelm the cells' ability to neutralize them. The body's antioxidant defenses quickly mop up ROS, natural […]
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March 4, 2022

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Radiation and Chemotherapy Induced Secondary Malignancies

Radiation and Chemotherapy Induced Secondary Malignancies Chemotherapy and radiation are an integral part of cancer treatment; more than half of all cancer patients will undergo one or both therapies. With significant advances in radiation and chemotherapy, the number of long-term cancer survivors has dramatically increased over the years. However, there is a growing concern about […]
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March 4, 2022

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Clinical Immunology 101 - What is the Immune System

How does the immune system work - What is the immune system? The immune system is a collection of organs, tissues, and cells that work together to protect the body from infection. The immune system fights off invading organisms such as bacteria, viruses, and parasites. It also protects the body against cancer cells. The immune […]
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March 4, 2022

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Preparing the Body for Treatment

Preparing the Body for Treatment The body is the machine doing the work to fix itself. The treatment is the boost to help that occur. So the more prepared the body is, the greater the efficacy of the modality.
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October 26, 2021

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The Relationship Between Cellular Mutation and Cancer

Cancer development requires genetic changes in several different oncogenes and tumor suppressors. Mutated cells occur with any change in the DNA sequence of a cell. Therefore, mistakes may cause mutations during cell division or exposure to DNA-damaging agents in the environment. Thus, cancer is a disease of many cellular mutations.
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August 20, 2021

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Defining Cancer Cells in Micrometastasis

Micrometastasis is a metastatic tumor that is too small to be identified in a scan. Studies suggest that up to 50 percent of patients with histologically normal lymph nodes have micrometastases detected by molecular techniques.
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June 14, 2021

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Normal Cells To Cancer Cells - CTC - Need To Know The Difference?

Healthy normal cells have a structure determined by their DNA, as do CTC cancer cells. They need energy to exist and live, which they derive from chemicals in the food you consume. All cells need a system to deliver nutrients such as amino acids, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins, and minerals to them.
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April 3, 2021

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What Do Zinc Ionophores Do in The Human Body?

Cationic Zinc What Is It? Numerous zinc supplementation trials have shown that a wide range of health benefits can be realized by increasing the intake of zinc where diets are inadequate for this micronutrient. Zinc ionophores are a chemical species that reversibly binds ions. Zinc ionophores lead to a rapid increase in intracellular zinc levels. […]
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July 7, 2020
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