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2001. Will 2018 be the year that the FDA finally regulates homeopathic remedies as drugs?

a large uptick in products labeled as homeopathic that are being marketed for a wide array of diseases and conditions, from the common cold to cancer. In many cases, people may be placing their trust and money in therapies that may bring little to no benefit in combating serious ailments, or worse – that may cause significant and even irreparable harm because the products are poorly manufactured, or contain active ingredients that aren’t adequately tested or disclosed to patients,” said FDA (...) . There are no exceptions to this. So why not be more constructive? Cancer really is well understood to those who are actually serious. Is Orac is tacitly promoting tumors so he can later remove them? If so this is immoral, and they way it’s done is jejune. I would be frankly embarrassed to write articles such as this. JP Season’s greetings and a Good Yule to all! I got some pretty sweet presents last night; a beautiful handmade necklace with a polished stone, a knitted red scarf (now I’ll be rocking the black and red

2017 Respectful Insolence

2002. Loving Someone With Epilepsy

. Photo credit: Dear World Following the incident, Zayan took a long break from school to seek medical care. He was diagnosed with idiopathic epilepsy, which is caused by an unknown factor that may be genetic. Epilepsy can be caused by different conditions, including stroke, brain tumor, brain infection, or traumatic brain injury. Zayan is one of the 60% of people where the cause of epilepsy is unknown. Caring for someone during a seizure As my friendship with Zayan grew, I became passionate about (...) or waking after the seizure. The seizure lasts longer than 5 minutes. The person has another seizure soon after the first one. The person is hurt during the seizure. The seizure happens in water. The person has a health condition like diabetes, heart disease, or is pregnant. Knowing what NOT to do is also very important for keeping a person safe during or after a seizure. Never do any of the following things: Do not hold the person down or try to stop his or her movements. Do not put anything

2017 CDC Public Health Matters

2003. “Vaccine Awareness Week,” misinformed consent, and, of course, Nazis and eugenics

is to whining about how the Disneyland measles outbreak of 2015 unleashed what she called a “media hatefest attacking parents and civil liberties.” Not exactly. What it did do was to direct the media’s attention to the antivaccine misinformation being spread by the likes of people like Barbara Loe Fisher. In the post, Fisher tried to claim the mantle of the victim and accuse those who want to protect children from infectious disease and parents from the pseudoscience and misinformation spread by Fisher (...) hesitant who are in actuality antivaccine, people like Barbara Loe Fisher. Coney is also quoted as saying: >We reflexively blame outbreaks of vaccine-preventable diseases on supposedly irrational anti-vaccinationists. In doing so, we often neglect to consider the shortcomings of vaccination and the many reasons children lack vaccinations: age, religious beliefs, medical contraindications, poverty, challenges accessing healthcare, and more. It’s not just about philosophical objections. Which is a well

2017 Respectful Insolence

2004. A pharma shill working on behalf of an industry-funded group shows how easy it is to publish propaganda as a legitimate op-ed

occasionally screwed up royally (e.g., its on a patient of cancer quack Stanislaw Burzynski named Neil Fachon), but in general it’s usually a good source of medical news and analysis. No publication is perfect, of course, but STATNews is generally better than average, and I appreciate that. That’s why I was disappointed to see how thoroughly a pharma-backed astroturf group whose mission is to loosen restrictions on physicians interacting with drug companies played STATNews last week and how long it took (...) , the average American patient fails to receive the recommended drug in nearly one 1 of every 3 doctor visits. Drug company representatives can provide doctors with vital nuggets of information on the latest treatments while preserving their freedom to treat patients as they see fit. He even used an anecdote about how a drug rep told him about a new drug to treat Parkinson’s disease psychosis. (More on that later.) I can’t speak for my fellow physicians, but my response to this sort of twaddle

2017 Respectful Insolence

2005. Why You Should Ignore “The Plant Paradox” by Steven Gundry

employees to allegedly improve their health. The Peter Attia Drive is a weekly, ultra-deep-dive podcast focusing on maximizing health, longevity, critical thinking…and a few other things. Topics include fasting, ketosis, Alzheimer’s disease, cancer, mental health, and much more. The Drive is hos Great info on how the science of nutrition is influenced by the food industry and food industry trends in general This outstanding website comes from John Byrne, MD. It has a wealth of really well-written (...) is also widely described as a cardiologist but he is not, He is (or was) a cardiac surgeon (like, strangely enough, the celebrity prince of quackery, Dr. Oz) Gundry is also a I’ve been meaning to write specifically about his most popular useless supplement, Vital Reds. In the meantime, Gundry has come out with a best-selling. book entitled “ The Plant Paradox: The Hidden Dangers in Healthy Foods That Cause Disease and Weight Gain”. This book claims to reveal to its readers the great dietary “secret

2018 The Skeptical Cardiologist

2007. What the medical profession can learn from this patient

—rather than the finger stick that was performed. Mistake piled on mistake, and soon a doctor diagnosed pancreatic cancer. I may have gone into convulsions in the emergency room, and my planned short visit turned into a major hospitalization. No one checked my MedicAlert, which disclosed my epilepsy and instructed medical teams to check my wallet for a card with my anticonvulsant schedule and emergency contact information. As a result, the hospital stopped providing my medication. For days, each time (...) I went into convulsions, the staff infused IV valium to stop the seizure. At one point, I opened my eyes and saw my friend Neil Fisher standing by me. I didn’t know how he had ended up there, but I recognized I was in danger. “Call my parents, and tell them to get here right now!” I begged him. “Tell them this is an emergency!” Later that day, I was admitted to the intensive care unit. I woke with someone stuffing pills into my mouth. I pushed up my tongue to block them, then spat them

2018 KevinMD blog

2008. Are there too many female OB/GYNs?

Are there too many female OB/GYNs? Are there too many female OB/GYNs? Are there too many female OB/GYNs? | | March 29, 2018 32 Shares The Los Angeles Times recently published a piece on . Only 17% of new trainees (residents) in OB/GYN are men and the male OB/GYN physicians who weighed in worried that this “lack of diversity could weaken the field.” Apparently, it sends a “horrible message to men,” and with the lack of men we might “lose the next person who is going to find a cure for cancer.” I (...) into letting him drive me home late at night. I’ve also had a tongue stuck down my throat. I know that many men in medicine have been sexually assaulted, but I believe the numbers pale in comparison to the female experience. Then there were all the times male surgeons, and even OB/GYNs spoke about hockey or golf in the operating room in a pointed or “humorous” attempt to exclude me from the conversation. Or the good times when the men in the operating room joked about not knowing how to talk about knitting

2018 KevinMD blog

2009. My calling includes recognizing and responding to the separation between worlds

no way of knowing that the truth was what it was.” Mr. Buchanan’s surgery turns out to be difficult. The surgical goal for a parotidectomy and neck dissection is to remove the cancer completely. At the same time, the surgeon strives to preserve the tiny nerve branches that move the facial muscles, save the larger nerves that move the shoulder and tongue, and protect the blood vessels that supply the face and the brain. During Mr. Buchanan’s surgery, I inadvertently tweak one of the main nerve trunks (...) resident has used a felt-tip pen to mark the surgical site. The cancer gently distorts the contour of the neck skin below the angle of his jaw. I step into the room. “Hi, Mr. Buchanan. How are you doing?” He is robust and energetic. He recently retired from working in sales and strikes me as one of those people who is the center of attention at any social gathering. He grins at me. “Did you get a good night’s sleep, doc?” I raise my right hand toward him, and it begins to shake. “Not too bad once I

2018 KevinMD blog

2010. Saturated Biases: Where the AHA Advice on Coconut Oil Went Wrong

a stand on very shaky ground with some major claims – as though they had a very strong systematic review of reliable research on all possible health consequences of dietary coconut oil. They don’t. The people arguing the opposite – that coconut oil is so healthy you should try to use it every day – are also on shaky ground. The first time a “nutrient as disease prevention” idea took off in a major way was probably dietary fiber to prevent colorectal cancer. I a few years ago about the history, why (...) oil with animal fats in its health advisory against saturated fats. The AHA should take into account that there are two families of saturated fats — those with MCFAs like coconut, and the rest of the vegetable oils which contain LCFAs. In the same manner that it distinguishes the healthier omega-3 unsaturated fats from the not so healthy omega-6 unsaturated fats.” “Tongue in cheek, since soybean oil constitutes 93 percent of vegetable oil consumption in the US, and the cardiovascular disease

2017 Absolutely Maybe

2011. Did cannabis oil save Deryn Blackwell’s life?

, , , , and many other conditions, when in fact the for most, if not all, of these claims. Regarding cancer, the usual claim is not that smoking marijuana cures the disease, but rather that cannabis oil isolated from marijuana cures cancer, a claim that has profited from after in 2003. Over the years, I've examined a number of "cannabis cures cancer" (or, truth be told, "cannabis cures" this or that condition) testimonials (e.g., ). Like most alternative cancer cure testimonials, when you take a closer look (...) underneath his tongue. Deryn held it for a minute before swallowing. Half an hour passed. He was no longer having a panic attack. He looked peaceful. I asked him how he was feeling. ‘I feel relaxed,’ he told me. ‘I’m aware of everything. I just feel at peace, Mum. It’s beautiful.’ It's a powerful story. No wonder it's so compelling. Indeed, it's an archetypical story, that of the parents who will go to any length to save their child from a deadly disease and succeed in doing so. Ms. Blackwell further

2017 Respectful Insolence

2012. An as yet unidentified “holistic” practitioner negligently kills a young woman with IV turmeric (yes, intravenous)

who told a cancer patient that "chemo is for losers," promising her that he eliminate her tumor within three months. She listened to him, and as a result she died, as she and her husband were suing the quack. Not long after, her distraught widower walked into the quack's office on a Friday evening earlier this month and, if the police charges are accurate, shot him dead. Basically, because this quack convinced the woman to forego chemotherapy, whatever chance of survival she had was eliminated (...) is isolated from turmeric, and curcumin is a natural product that's being investigated for various medicinal properties, including anticancer properties. There's been a lot of in vitro research in cell culture performed, and quite a few small, preliminary clinical trials, as search of PubMed will reveal, showing results with varying degrees of promise against certain diseases. Basically, depending on the study, curcumin might have . It can also induce apoptosis (programmed cell death) in cancer cells

2017 Respectful Insolence

2013. Milk Thistle (PDQ®): Health Professional Version

and selective estrogen receptor modulator activity of silymarin compared with ethinylestradiol in ovariectomized rats. Phytomedicine 17 (2): 116-25, 2010. [ ] Scambia G, De Vincenzo R, Ranelletti FO, et al.: Antiproliferative effect of silybin on gynaecological malignancies: synergism with cisplatin and doxorubicin. Eur J Cancer 32A (5): 877-82, 1996. [ ] Bhatia N, Zhao J, Wolf DM, et al.: Inhibition of human carcinoma cell growth and DNA synthesis by silibinin, an active constituent of milk thistle (...) has also been shown to neutralize a wide range of . Reports that associate the flavonolignans with potential estrogenic effect (e.g., via mediation of the ) are sparse and currently not supported by or experimental evidence.[ ] Laboratory experiments conducted using cancer have suggested that silibinin enhances the of and against and cancer cells.[ ] Silybin appears to have direct anticancer effects against , breast, and tumor cells.[ ] Silybin may also affect the cell cycle in cancer cells

2015 PDQ - NCI's Comprehensive Cancer Database

2014. Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis Treatment (PDQ®): Patient Version

quickly. This causes LCH cells to build up in certain parts of the body, where they can damage or form . LCH is not a disease of the Langerhans cells that normally occur in the skin. LCH may occur at any age, but is most common in young children. Treatment of LCH in children is different from treatment of LCH in adults. The and the is described in separate sections of this summary. Family history of cancer or having a parent who was exposed to certain chemicals may increase the risk of LCH. Anything (...) that increases your risk of getting a disease is called a . Having a risk factor does not mean that you will get ; not having risk factors doesn't mean that you will not get cancer. Talk with your doctor if you think you may be at risk. Risk factors for LCH include the following: Having a parent who was exposed to certain . Having a parent who was exposed to metal, granite, or wood dust in the workplace. A of cancer, including LCH. Having a or family history of disease. Having infections as a newborn

2015 PDQ - NCI's Comprehensive Cancer Database

2015. Hiccups: Scenario: Management of hiccups

manoeuvre (a forced expiration against a closed glottis). Breathing into a paper bag. Pulling on the tongue. Sneezing. Swallowing a teaspoon of granulated sugar. Tasting vinegar or biting a lemon. Sipping iced water. Compressing the diaphragm by pulling the knees up to the chest. Swallowing water while closing the nose. For people with hiccups that have persisted for longer than 48 hours, or recurrent bouts of hiccups that persist for longer than an hour: If history, physical examination (...) judgement. Advise them to report any signs of complications such as cardiac arrhythmias, insomnia, weight loss, and oesophagitis. Note: In a palliative care situation, where hiccups are known to be a complication of cancer, specialist referral for pharmacotherapy or other measures to control hiccups may not be appropriate and it may be necessary to seek advice from a palliative care specialist. Basis for recommendation The information on management of people with hiccups is largely based on expert

2016 NICE Clinical Knowledge Summaries

2016. Multi-disciplinary Guidelines for the Oral Management of Patients following Oncology Treatment

. 1 Although cancer is predominantly a disease of the elderly, there are over 1,200 cases of childhood cancer diagnosed every year. 1 The oral cavity is a site where complications frequently develop either as a direct result of the malignancy or as an unwanted effect of the treatment. 2-6 Up to 90% of paediatric oncology patients may suffer oral complications with implications both for longevity and quality of life during and after therapy. 7 Adults with malignant disease, particularly of the head (...) of the population. They may have untreated dental caries 12 and, since many are under five years of age, a significant proportion may not have previously had a dental examination. The outlook, following treatment for malignant disease, has significantly improved in the last three decades. In the future, dentists are increasingly likely to find that they have children and adults in their care who may present before or after cancer treatment requiring urgent dental care. Appropriate preventive regimens and timely

2012 British Society for Disability and Oral Health

2017. Clinical Guidelines & Integrated Care Pathways for the Oral Health Care of People with Learning Disabilities

are accessible on the Royal College of Surgeons of England website (, and the British Society for Disability and Oral Health website ( Whilst the guidelines explore the barriers to good oral health for people with a learning disability, their main emphasis is on the prevention of oral diseases and the maintenance of good oral health. The guidance and recommendations made for all age groups are based on: • Dietary recommendations that are in line with healthy eating policies (...) on the prevention of oral and dental diseases (see Section 5) • Training needs in the provision of oral health care for people with a learning disability aimed at health care professionals (at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels) and to carers for people with learning disabilities (see Section 6) • The current UK legislation related to capacity, consent (see Section 7), and Clinical Holding • Understanding the role of voluntary organisations concerned with the welfare of people with a learning disability

2012 British Society for Disability and Oral Health

2018. Candida - oral: How should I diagnose oral candidal infection?

are immunocompromised (especially people with AIDS, diabetes, cancer, or taking broad spectrum antibiotics), and people with xerostomia. Acute erythematous oral candidiasis (acute atrophic oral candidiasis) presents with marked soreness and erythema, particularly on the palate and dorsum of the tongue. The filiform papillae disappear, and the dorsal surface of the tongue appears smooth. It is usually asymptomatic or is accompanied by a mild burning and itching sensation. It is the most common presentation in both (...) ) species. It tends to occur in older people (particularly those with reduced facial height or with ill-fitting dentures), younger immunocompromised people, and people with anaemia or vitamin B 12 deficiency. Chronic plaque-like oral candidiasis (chronic hyperplastic candidiasis) can manifest in nodular form or as white plaques on the cheek or tongue, that are not easily removed. In this form of the disease, the Candida hyphae are not only found at epithelial surface level but also invade deeper levels

2015 NICE Clinical Knowledge Summaries

2019. Magnetic Resonance Imaging

evaluation, determining the effect of therapeutic measures, including post-treatment evaluation of endovascular treatment of aneurysm and arteriovenous malformation (AVM) ablation. i. Staging of brain neoplasms contiguous to intracranial venous sinuses j. Vascular diseases, such as vasculitis, and moyamoya disease k. Vascular status following extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) l. Vascular supply to tumors. TECHNIQUE MRI examination of the brain can be performed with a wide array of pulse (...) for the evaluation of brain tumors. The increase in vascularity of certain cerebral neoplasms (high grade gliomas) could be quantified with relative cerebral blood volume (rCBV). Perfusion is an indirect measurement of angiogenesis and permeability within a neoplasm and both are important biological markers of malignancy, grade and prognosis, in particular in gliomas. Perfusion imaging is also helpful to differentiate between recurrent tumors and radiation necrosis in post therapy follow-up. Magnetic Resonance

2011 Canadian Association of Radiologists

2020. 2012 ACCF/AHA/ACP/AATS/PCNA/SCAI/STS Guideline for the Diagnosis and Management of Patients With Stable Ischemic Heart Disease Full Text available with Trip Pro

2012 ACCF/AHA/ACP/AATS/PCNA/SCAI/STS Guideline for the Diagnosis and Management of Patients With Stable Ischemic Heart Disease 2012 ACCF/AHA/ACP/AATS/PCNA/SCAI/STS Guideline for the Diagnosis and Management of Patients With Stable Ischemic Heart Disease | Circulation Search Hello Guest! Login to your account Email Password Keep me logged in Search March 2019 March 2019 March 2019 March 2019 March 2019 February 2019 February 2019 February 2019 February 2019 January 2019 January 2019 January 2019 (...) January 2019 January 2019 This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse this site you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Free Access article Share on Jump to Free Access article 2012 ACCF/AHA/ACP/AATS/PCNA/SCAI/STS Guideline for the Diagnosis and Management of Patients With Stable Ischemic Heart Disease A Report of the American College of Cardiology Foundation/American Heart Association Task Force on Practice Guidelines, and the American College of Physicians, American Association for Thoracic

2011 American Heart Association

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