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Lestari Indriani
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life should be the spirit, willingly accept the results
life should be the spirit, willingly accept the results

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GLOSSARY of Cancer
GLOSSARY of Cancer adjuvant : A substance that is added to a vaccine to increase the body’s immune response. allele : One form of a specifi c gene pair, remembering that we have two copies of (almost) every gene. For example, a person may have one brown all...
GLOSSARY of Cancer
GLOSSARY of Cancer
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Diagram of Bladder Cancer Treatment Guide
Diagram of Bladder Cancer Treatment Guide bladder means = ˈbladər/ noun noun: bladder; plural noun: bladders     1.     a membranous sac in humans and other animals, in which urine is collected for excretion.     2.     anything inflated and hollow.      "a...
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Case Study Anatomy of an Oncologist - Janet
Highly Sensitive, Measurable Metastatic Breast Cancer The extent of Dr. Blumenschein’s practice was very large and included over 2000 patients. Consequently, the spectrum of tumor activity in these patients was diverse and heterogeneous. At the most favorab...
Case Study Anatomy of an Oncologist - Janet
Case Study Anatomy of an Oncologist - Janet
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Case Study Anatomy of an Oncologist - Susan
The Importance of Axillary Node Involvement The number of ipsilateral axillary nodes involved with breast cancer has become an increasingly important consideration in planning an attack on a patient’s primary disease. However, the use of the sentinel node t...
Case Study Anatomy of an Oncologist - Susan
Case Study Anatomy of an Oncologist - Susan
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Case Study Sara - Milestones Along the Road to the Cure
Liver Metastases Sara Dayton was an attractive 43-year-old high school teacher from Houston. In June 1980, she was diagnosed as having a stage I breast cancer in the lower inner quadrant of her left breast. She was diagnosed, staged, and treated at one of t...
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Case Study The Evolving Goal of Cure and Inflammatory Breast Cancer - Martha
The Texas Challenge Martha, age 26, was an attractive and busy mother of three preschool children. Her husband Michael, a successful banker, was active in community and church affairs. While not directly involved in politics, they did live in Austin and, as...
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Case Study Adjuvant Therapy Advances - Carol
Metastasis to Cervical Vertebra Carol Rock was an informed and highly educated computer expert who was on assignment to the air force in Abilene, Texas. In the summer of 1988, at the age of 44, she developed a tender node in her right axilla. She saw her gy...
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Case Study Adjuvant Therapy Advances - Amy
Academia versus Efficacy An exchange between Blumenschein and an “Ivy League” academician demonstrates the principles that each saw as unbreakable. They were consulting on a 28-year-old woman who 4 months postpartum was diagnosed with a T1N0 breast cancer 2...
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Sedentary as Activity and exercise that CANCER TRIGGERS
Activity and exercise There is a lot of evidence to suggest that activity and exercise play a role in good health. But how many of us are regularly putting on our training shoes? The WCRF and the AICR found that in South Africa for the period 2002/03, 44 pe...
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Quest for the Cure Breast Cancer Treatment - Case Study Beatta
Second-Guessing the System In December 1999, Beatta Campos, a 37-year-old mother with three daughters, noted a mass in her right breast and consulted her physician. He reassured her that the mass was benign. However, the following May, the mass began to bur...
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