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Sarasota cancer survivor’s treatment gets FDA approval ~~ Game Changer and significant Stride in the World of Medicine
Great News - I was watching our local news tonight and a news story came on about a Sarasota woman who wanted to share her story about her journey thru cancer. She is calling this medicine/treatment a game changer - it saved and changed her life. NO chemo and NO radiation with this treatment. The FDA approval came Thursday this week.
She was treated by the same Cancer Doctors office "Florida Cancer Specialists" that treated me. So cool.
Hard to believe its been 11 years since they told me I would be dead in 3 months.... I fought back and work hard to stay cancer free by researching everything I can to stay that way. I share what I can with you either here or on my Facebook page. I hope I have been able to help you with your journey.
Thanks to all my readers for your thoughts, and emails - I appreciate you all.
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Written by Dr. Edward Group
Founder Global Healing
05 July 2019
Dacomitinib has been recommended as a first-line treatment option for people with a type of non-small-cell lung cancer (NSCLC), in new NICE guidance.
This once-a-day pill will be available on the NHS for adults with locally advanced or metastatic NSCLC, who have tested positive for the epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) mutation.
This is a change from the committee’s initial decision which found dacomitinib to not be a cost-effective use of NHS resources.
Clinical trial results showed that people who took dacomitinib had longer overall survival rates than those who took gefitinib (34.1 months compared with 26.8 months), a drug already recommended by NICE. Dacomitinib also increased the length of time before the disease worsened (14.7 months for dacomitinib compared with 9.2 months for gefitinib). It was however noted that dacomitinib had a higher incidence of side effects than gefitinib, so a lower dose may be needed.
Meindert Boysen, director of the Centre for Health Technology Evaluation at NICE, said: “Our committee acknowledged that dacomitinib had the potential to extend life for people with this type of lung cancer more than existing treatments currently available on the NHS.
"Responsible pricing by the company has allowed our committee to reconsider their initial decision. This has led to the positive recommendation announced today, allowing patients to benefit from this innovative treatment on the NHS.”
According to company estimates around 1,477 people will be eligible for this treatment annually.
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THANK YOU TO NHS
Thursday 11 July 2019
"Drinking a third of a fizzy drink a day 'increases risk of breast cancer by 22% – and fruit juice is just as dangerous'," reports the Sun.
The headline is based on a large ongoing study that assessed sugary and artificially sweetened drink intake in more than 100,000 adults in France.
All drinks with high levels of sugar were considered, including 100% fruit juices and sugary fizzy drinks.
The researchers followed the participants up over time to see whether those who drank more of these drinks were more likely to develop cancer.
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Thank you to NHS
We’ve ranked 13 popular drinks from best to worst based on their nutritional value – in particular sugar and fat. Read on to quench your thirst the heart-healthy way.
Hydrating, inexpensive and sugar-free: water is the best choice for drinking over the day. If you want to give it some flavour without adding sugar, try adding ice cubes and fresh mint or strips of cucumber.
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Thanks to Heart Matters Magazine
Great Update from Johns Journey to a Cure (with Prostate Cancer)
Thanks to Carey Gillam for all your coverage of this trial
Transcript of the Closing Arguments from Pilliod - Monsanto Trial
Wed May 8, 2019
WOW - judge orders parents to comply with chemotherapy ordered by the original doctor - when they weren't happy with the physicians and sought a second opinion, this is what can happen??? And the child was taken away from their parents and put in the grandparents home?? Judge states they must comply with PROPER MEDICAL CARE - SO JUST WHAT IS THAT - there are many new treatments out there he surely is not aware of nor does he have the knowledge to make such a decision (in my opinion). The child is tramatized by doctors now and being separated from his parents because they failed to comply with chemo and were picked up by Hillsborough County Police. He received two rounds of chemo and Blood tests showed NO cancer. So how come they are forcing this on this child. I can not imagine this being forced on me or my husband (or our child) when we had cancer. Unfortunately, I did have chemo but that was 11 yrs ago (but never when I was cancer free per blood tests) my hubby did not - he had PROTON Therapy and had NO side effects at all and is cancer free - almost 2 yrs now. Proton Therapy is NOT a new treatment nor is immunotherapy and many other treatments - this judge may want to read up on this but I doubt he will. This case makes me so mad.... This case is Scheduled to go back to court in June - I will be watching the outcome of this outrageous order.
Check out Noah's Story - Florida Freedom Alliance - Click the link Below:
The government is displaying yet another agregious overreach into the personal and parental rights of its citizens. Noah’s case is not the first and if we keep allowing this to happen, it won’t be the last. It is time to stand up and remind the government who they work for and that parents call the shots!
A Fight For Medical Freedom And Noah’s Law
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