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Anne Breen
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My Update for 03/12/2017
To my loyal blog readers and followers, THANK YOU ! I just noticed some of my published  blog posts here are still being passed on and viewed by readers around the world while I have been away from my computer especially in the USA.  There were about 500 in...

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Mifepristone. Mifeprex, Corlux, Korlym, progesterone inhibitors
Mifepristone: An Overview Mifepristone (RU-486) was the first antiprogesterine to be developed for clinical use  Here are two of the most recent reports I found Efficacy of the Progesterone Receptor Antagonist Mifepristone for Palliative Therapy of Patients...

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2014-2015 Facts about Meningioma Survival
Meningioma Meningiomas have the highest number of estimated new cases of all primary brain tumors in the US, with 24,980 cases in 2014 and 25,190 in 2015. I think California has 6 or 7,000 per yr and Arizona has about 900 per yr. Meningiomas are the most fr...

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I highly recommend the ABTA publications and support services to all brain tumor patients and their loved ones.
To my dear bt family online and all my Meningimates, I had a good time in Florida at the ABTA conference in Tampa and just handed out the rest of the free ABTA literature (BT Primer handbook and BT Medical Dictionary) from the American Brain Tumor Associati...

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A lovely poem Lesly ... I can relate to your words...
Thank yoU   GBYAY anne

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Thanks for Sharing and wonderfully written, Thank You Barbara

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Is this news story for REAL? If so, I wonder why I have not seen or heard anything about it on local TV news or PBS national news? (Maybe I need to watch more news programs, or other news programs, not less?)  GBYAY Anne McGinnis Breen

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Great article, many great comments, I say let the "medical jargon" name games for medical insurance coverage continue, "Less maybe better than more, but more may not be good enough." Its a crap shoot, either way you want to look at it.. Good medicine is an art and a science. Who pays for it is still the biggest problem. Incidentalomas is a better term than IDLE for many of the small common tumors found in ordinary folks that are indolent (lazy) lesions (bumps. lumps and cysts) of epithelial origin.  Its like having warts, moles or melanoma found anywhere on the outside layers of our skin or on the inner linings of major organs.  GBYAY Anne
 For a patient example click this link:
 http://www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/pdq/treatment/ovarianepithelial/Patient/page1

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This explains some of the social  issues associated with slower mental processing speed after any serious brain injury.
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