Lung Cancer Blog: Do You Read All Of Our Medical Blogs?
Breast cancer blog: Breast cancer blog is run by Janet and colleagues. Latest post from this breast cancer blog reads as follows: How Breast Cancer Affects Your Job - Did your employer make reasonable accommodation for your breast cancer, while you were ongoing the treatment? If your answer is yes then you are in the majority. There is now information on this issue thanks to the research efforts of Dr. Reynard R. Bouknight and colleagues from Michigan State University in East Lansing. His study has shown that most women who are diagnosed with breast cancer return to work after completion of treatment of breast cancer. Dr. Bouknight says that it always helps to have an understanding and accommodating employer.......
Lung cancer blog: Lung cancer blog is run by Scott and colleagues. Latest post from this lung cancer blog reads as follows: Naturopath Stands Trial For Cancer Patient's Death - Brian O'Connell, 37, would like to call himself as a naturopath, is now in deep trouble as he is about to stand trial for the death of one of his patients. O'Connell was charged with manslaughter after he unsuccessfully treated Sean Flanagan, a 19-year-old who suffered from Ewing's sarcoma, a form of cancer...............
Colon cancer blog: Colon cancer blog is run by Sue and colleagues. Latest post from this cancer blog post reads as follows: Magnesium May Protect Against Colon Cancer - Previous studies have shown that higher intake of minerals may decrease the risk of colon. Findings from new research now suggest that a diet rich in magnesium may actually decrease the risk of colon cancer supporting the previous findings.......
Prostate cancer blog: Prostate cancer blog is run by Mark and colleagues. Latest post from this prostate cancer blog reads as follows: Corn Oil May Promote Prostate Cancer - Were you consuming a lot of corn oil lately? Then you should read the rest. Researchers have found that a common form of fat found in corn oil may promote the growth of prostate cancer cells.......
We have a diabetes watch blog as well and this is run by JoAnn and colleagues. The latest post from this diabetes watch blog reads as follows: Imaging For Brain Changes In Patients With Diabetes - Although people with diabetes are twice as likely as the general population to develop depression, the cause of this increased risk is not well understood. Now, a Joslin Diabetes Center-led collaboration has documented for the first time subtle changes in the gray matter of the brain of type 1 diabetes patients compared to control subjects who did not have diabetes. They made these observations using voxel-based morphometry (VBM), a relatively new magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technology that allows researchers to take very sensitive measurements of small regions in the brain. For the first time, doctors have reason to ask if the increased risk of depression could in fact be due to changes in brain.......
Heart watch blog: Heart watch blog is run by Daniel and colleagues. The latest post from this heart watch blog reads as follows: Microvascular Syndrome Common In Women - While about 12 million U.S. women are having coronary artery disease about 3 million of them have a condition called coronary microvascular syndrome. Women with this condition have atherosclerotic plaques in the tiniest arteries of their heart, reducing oxygen flow.......
Cancer blog: I manage the cancer blog with lots of help and support form other bloggers. The latest post from this cancer blog reads as follows: Magnesium May Protect Against Colon Cancer - Previous studies have shown that higher intake of minerals may decrease the risk of colon. Findings from new research now suggest that a diet rich in magnesium may actually decrease the risk of colon cancer supporting the previous findings...............
Cancer blog: I manage the cancer blog with lots of help and support form other bloggers. Through this cancer blog my friends and I try to bring stories of hope for patients with cancer. The cancer blog often republishes important blog posts from other cancer related blogs at Medicineworld.org. If you are searching for a blog that covers wide variety of cancer topics, this may be the one for you.
Breast cancer blog: Breast cancer blog is run by Emily and other bloggers and they bring you the latest stories, news and events that are related to breast cancer. Increasing awareness about breast cancer among women and in the general population is the main goal of this breast cancer blog.
Lung cancer blog: Lung cancer blog is managed by Scott with the help of other bloggers. Through this blog Scott and his friends constantly remind the readers about the dangers of smoking. It's a never-ending struggle against this miserable disease with which a social stigma of smoking is associated.
Colon cancer blog: Colon cancer blog is run by Sue and other bloggers. Sue brings a personal touch to the colon cancer blog since her mother died of colon cancer few years ago. She writes about stories, research news and advances in treatment related to colon cancer.
Prostate cancer blog: Prostate cancer is the most common cancer among American men. American Cancer Society estimates that over 230,000 new cases of prostate cancer occur in the United state every year. This important blog about prostate cancer is run by Mark and other bloggers. This blog brings news, stories, and other personal observations related to prostate cancer.
Medicineworld.org publishes a diabetes watch blog and this blog is run by JoAnn other bloggers. This diabetes watch blog brings you the latest in the field of diabetes. This includes personal stories, advances in diagnosis and treatment, and other observations about diabetes. Improving awareness about diabetes is an important mission of this group.
We engage a never-ending daily struggle to understand and defeat the hidden mysteries of cancer. This is a long and laborious fight, but some moments stand out as grim reminders of the severity of the problem and ruthlessness of the enemy. We recently heard about the sad demise of Peter Jennings, who was the news anchor of ABC News for a long time.
Lung Cancer Blog: Do You Read All Of Our Medical Blogs?
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