Chemotherapy is the treatment of cancer with one or more cytotoxic anti-neoplastic drugs. An older and broader use of the word chemotherapy encompassed any chemical treatment of disease, inhibiting cells, whether they be cancerous self cells or foreign cells such as bacteria.
According to new research and publisher Lee Euler, coconut oil and a ketogenic diet can help fight against cancer.
The ketogenic diet is a high-fat, adequate-protein, low-carbohydrate diet that in medicine is used primarily to treat difficult-to-control epilepsy in children. The diet forces the body to burn fats rather than carbohydrates. Lee Euler explains how this can also help fight cancer.
More and more doctors, researchers, and scientists are looking into the field of sound therapy especially bio-resonance therapy and the use of binaural beats.
To really understand binaural beats and bio-resonance therapy, we first need to discuss the healing power of sound. Although the creation of binaural beats has only been possible through advancements in technology in the last few decades or so, the use of this natural science dates back thousands of years.
Chemotherapy and radiation is an integral part of cancer treatment, more than half of all cancer patients will undergo one or both therapies.
With significant advances made in the field of chemo and radiation the amount of long-term cancer survivors has dramatically increased over the years, however, there is a growing concern about the chance of developing a secondary malignancy.
The abscopal effect refers to the ability of localized radiation treatment of a tumor to have systemic anti-tumor effects.
In the past, this has been rare and deemed almost a magical form of recovery. However, with continued developments in cancer research and immunotherapy strategies, this miraculous form of recovery is becoming more of a realistic possibility for cancer patients.
It has been long known in the medical field that proper healing of the body and resistance to infection cannot occur without oxygen.
Oxygen is believed to be required for all the major processes involved in wound healing, including resistance to infection, activation of fibroblasts, collagen deposition, angiogenesis, and epithelization.