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Chances are someone close to you such as your friend, mother, wife, sister or even yourself has been touched by breast cancer in one way or another. That's why it is so important that we never give up fighting for a cure.
Raising funds for the technology for early diagnosis, treatments options, and breast cancer research is vital. Education and support to breast cancer patients is also crucial for survival. That's why the Royal Canadian Mint has produced its second color circulation coin to help support the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.
This special 25-cent piece coin entitled "Creating a Future Without Breast Cancer," displays a colored pink ribbon in its center, with three additional silver ribbons around the border. As the Royal Canadian Mint says, this coin was created as "A tribute to courage [and] a symbol of Hope." Thirty-million coins began their circulation in Canada on April 1, 2006.
The coins are being circulated across Canada, and Canadian shoppers could receive one as a pleasant surprise in their change at their local Shoppers Drug Mart. They can also be purchased directly from the Royal Canadian Mint's website.
However, The Breast Site, an information portal on the topic of breast health and breast cancer decided to offer 1000 coins, one to every individual U.S. reader, who didn't have access to the coins. On June 8, 2006 The Breast Site launched its Pink Ribbon Coin Promotion, offering the breast cancer coin to its U.S. readers for a limited time as a symbol of hope.
Well, I'm happy to announce that The Breast Site has officially sent out its 1000th pink ribbon coin! We'd like to thank every reader who filled out the online form to receive their very own free breast cancer coin. Only 1000 coins were available, so hopefully you were one of the lucky recipients who submitted your form before the 1000th coin was sent today. Amie Cunningham, a writer for thebreastsite.com who also worked on the team that mailed out the Pink Ribbon coins says, "It was so great to see so many men and women of all ages taking advantage of this special opportunity! It's too bad that there were only 1000 coins available, because there were many applicants who submitted after the last coin was sent."
Editors at The Breast Site urge readers to continue to check back for other great promotions that the site plans to introduce in the future. Cunningham notes, "The very first Breast Site newsletter will be launched in the very near future."
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Alternative Cancer Treatment : The Controversy in Virginia
What do you suppose the first thought a person just diagnosed with cancer has? Do they think about death? Do they think about chemotherapy and other medical treatments? What would you think of first if you found out you had cancer? For me, I've already decided that if I ever do get cancer, I will not seek out the conventional medical cancer interventions and treatments that are the society standard today. I've decided I will seek a natural route, one that does not involve chemotherapy and the destruction of my healthy cells as well as cancer cells. I've decided I will seek a treatment that does not weaken me physically, but rather helps to empower and strengthen my body.
This decision has come to me over my lifetime, and personally seeing relatives suffer through this type of treatment, only to quickly deteriorate, and in my opinion, die a faster, more painful death than if they'd had not treatment at all. Dramatic statement, I know, but nonetheless, this is my opinion. I do not know what natural therapy or lifestyle changes I would actually choose if I were in that position, but I do know this is how I would choose to fight my battle, and I would hope that with some prompted research, the natural choice would make itself apparent. This is my personal choice, and no one could change my mind.
Now, consider this. What if I were only 16 years old, and I had come to this same conclusion, with the added caveat that I had actually had chemotherapy and been severely debilitated by it once already? Does the government or a judge have the right to intervene and order medical treatment, which I do not believe in, and in fact, which I believe will actually kill me, if not dramatically jeopardize my quality of life? That's exactly what is transpiring right now for a 16 year old Virginia man (I say man, because this particular teen carries himself like an adult), with 2nd stage Hodgkins disease, a form of cancer that is very treatable the first time around, but upon recurrence, is less treatable and more deadly, requiring more drastic traditional chemotherapy and radiation.
His parents advised the teen's oncologist of their intentions for further alternative treatment, but said they'd like his continued medical monitoring. The oncologist felt this was neglect, and reported his parents to the authorities for investigation of medical neglect. The case is now in court, and so far the judge has ordered the teen to undergo the chemotherapy treatments that he has so adamantly refused. I ask, how can you force someone who is obviously so against a certain medical treatment, to receive that treatment, regardless whether they are an "adult" as defined by today's standards?
I can guarantee this teen has been forced to become much more mature than his biological years already through this ordeal, and is more than capable of making his own choices in his method of cancer treatment. Is this morally and ethically right? Or is it morally and ethically right to give him chemo, which many believe may actually save him while the alternative methods cannot possibly work?
I suppose it depends on your point of view, whether you are a believer in the pharmaceutical and medical industry or not. I for one have lost a lot of faith in the medical industry, and I believe that this choice should be left to the person it affects most. And that is, the one who has the cancer, the one who's life has been so dramatically changed and nearly ruined by chemotherapy. Is it not up to the individual, or is this just a case of "the establishment" having their way?
Danna Schneider is the founder of alternative health and natural supplement website Herbal Remedy Products and also writes for an online magazine about natural male enhancement called Natural Male Enhancement .
There will be nearly 11,000 deaths from skin cancer in 2006 — about 8,000 from melanoma and 3,000 from other skin cancers, says the American Cancer Society. Skin cancer is the most common of all cancers and accounts for almost half of all cancers in the United States. There are two types of skin cancer, nonmelanoma and melanoma. U.S. doctors find more than 1 million cases of nonmelanoma skin cancer, usually in a patient´s basal cells or squamous cells.
Initially, the teen did undergo chemotherapy when the cancer was first discovered. He was weakened so badly, and in so much pain, that when his oncologist ordered a second round of more agressive chemo and radiation when the cancer returned, he refused and sought out an alternative cancer treatment called the Hoxsy method. It is important to note that this natural, herbal method of cancer treatment, which is paired with a sugar free diet, has been banned by the FDA in the US, and he had to travel to Mexico in order to receive the daily herbs he had to take as well as intructions on how the treatment worked.
Exposing skin — the face, ear, neck, lips, and the backs of the hands — to the sun causes most nonmelanoma skin cancer. While they can grow fast or slow, they rarely spread to other parts of the body. The second kind, melanoma does spread to other areas of the body making it more dangerous. It accounts for just a small percentage of skin cancer, but it causes most skin cancer deaths. Melanoma is a cancer that begins in the pigment cells that produce the skin coloring (melanin) which helps protect deeper layers of the skin from the sun´s harmful rays. Detected early, melanoma is almost always curable.
Both nonmelanoma and melanoma skin cancers respond to photodynamic therapy (PDT). PDT is a Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved treatment for skin cancer that combines a light source and a photosensitizing agent (a drug that is activated by light) to destroy cancer cells. It´s sometimes called photoradiation therapy, phototherapy or photochemotherapy and is useful when there are several lesions on the skin or scalp.
A photosensitizing agent, for example fluorouracil, spread on the skin makes PDT work, because the agent collects more readily in cancer cells than in normal cells. Exposing the agent to light makes it react with oxygen to create chemicals that can kill a skin cancer cell. However, the approved light sources can only penetrate a limited depth of tissue; therefore doctors mainly use PDT to treat areas on or just under the skin. It´s less effective for treating large tumors, because the light cannot pass deep into the tumors. Because it´s a localized treatment, doctors don´t use PDT to treat skin cancer that has metastasized.
Doctors sometimes use PDT in precancerous treatments. It usually needs pre-approval by a healthcare provider. Just because the treatment is in the facial area, case managers shouldn´t assume it´s a cosmetic treatment. Check to see the patient´s age, if the patient is over 60 years old, the case is probably not cosmetic. Also, look at the chart to see if there are multiple lesions on the skin or scalp, usually three or more.
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Nurse Rene M Caisse wanted only to ease human suffering, to help people afflicted by a terrible disease, and to prove the efficacy of the discovery she had made. She had no thoughts of personal gain. Yet she was continually harassed by Canadian health authorities and threatened with arrest and imprisonment for treating people with an herbal remedy she called "Essiac". Essiac was, and is, a successful treatment, and in many cases, a cure for cancer.
From the 1920s until her death in 1978 at the age of 90, the Canadian born nurse from Bracebridge, Ontario successfully treated and cured thousands of cancer patients who had been given up on by the medical profession as being incurable or untreatable. She modified an old Canadian Indian herbal remedy, and named it Essiac (Caisse spelled backwards). The formula, a combination of four natural ingredients, was administered both orally and by injection to certified terminally ill cancer patients by Caisse under the supervision of qualified physicians. Many of these patients lived a further 35 to 40 years, totally free from cancer.
Caisse's involvement began in 1922; when, working as a surgical nurse, she came across an 80 year old patient with a badly scarred, but healed breast. The patient had been cured nearly 30 years previously of breast cancer by an Indian herbal drink. Caisse asked the woman for the formula, thinking she would use it herself if ever she developed cancer. Her life was never to be the same after that. In 1924, Rene's aunt was diagnosed as having advanced, inoperable stomach cancer. She was given only six months to live. Caisse obtained permission from her aunt's physician, Dr. R.O. Fisher, to try out the Essiac formula on her. Caisse gathered the herbs and prepared the tea which her aunt drank daily for a period of two months. She experienced a full recovery and lived a further 21 years. The cancer never came back.
Dr. Fisher was impressed with this success and he teamed up with Caisse. Together they treated cancer patients who had been given up on by their doctors. Many of their patients improved to a great extent. They also conducted laboratory experiments on mice, testing and modifying the formula to improve its effectiveness. Other doctors heard of Rene from Dr. Fisher and had patients treated by Rene that they had failed to cure with conventional methods. Several of these doctors were so impressed with the results she obtained that in 1926, nine of them signed a petition to the Department of National Health and Welfare in Ottawa, attesting to the effectiveness they had witnessed Essiac to have in the reduction of tumour size, relief from pain, prolonging of life in hopeless cases, and the "remarkably beneficial results" Essiac showed. The petition urged that Caisse be "given an opportunity to prove her work in a large way." The action the petition provoked was unexpected.
The Ottawa Department of Health and Welfare sent two doctors to investigate, armed with powers to have Rene Caisse arrested for practising medicine without a licence. This was the beginning of the persecution by government officials and those in the medical profession which was to follow Caisse for nearly 50 years as she attempted to render help to those in need. Caisse was able to make these first two investigating doctors back down when she explained how she operated under the supervision of qualified physicians, only at their request, and only on those terminally ill patients who had been failed by orthodox treatments. She also made no charge for her services, and accepted only voluntary contributions. She was able to escape arrest.
Caisse's set up was impressive to Dr. W.C. Arnold who was one of the investigators, and he urged her to continue testing Essiac on mice at the Christie Street Hospital in Toronto. She did so from 1928 to 1930, and her experiments went well. Mice which had been innoculated with human cancer were injected with Essiac, and the treatment regressed their tumours. Rene gave up nursing so that she could devote more time to her Essiac research, and the treatment of patients which doctors continued to send to her. She saw roughly 30 patients per day in her apartment.
She was convinced of the genuine merit of the Essiac treatment as she continued to treat more and more people, making case notes as she went. She decided that her evidence would be persuasive to the medical profession, and she arranged to meet with Dr. Fredrick Banting, famous co-discoverer of insulin, and present him with her case notes. Dr. Banting was impressed, and offered her a share in his laboratory at the Banting Institute. He also expressed an interest in working with her. Caisse declined his offer because she wanted to continue to treat cancer patients.
Cancer as a disease itself is so grueling for people it is only natural many of them want to give themselves a relaxing overseas holiday when their treatment is finished. And rightly so says, one of the firms that does offer cancer suffers insurance - Medi Travelcover. A spokesperson for the company says the extra costs for the insurance are worth it because when someone is feeling low, a holiday can be just what they need. The company says it has sympathy with people who are refused travel insurance outright. "Being refused insurance can have a terrible impact on their morale", the spokesperson says.
The Bracebridge Clinic
In 1935, a Dr. A.F. Bastedo who was impressed with Caisse's work, arranged for her to open a cancer clinic in her home of Bracebridge. This clinic operated for seven years, and in that time Caisse treated thousands of cancer sufferers, achieving impressive results. Just after the clinic opened, Rene's 72 year old mother, Friselde was diagnosed with inoperable liver cancer, and given only days to live. Caisse began treating her mother with Essiac injections, and she made a full recovery. She lived a further 18 years, dying of heart failure aged 90.
For Rene, this made all her work, and all the harassment she endured worthwhile. Essiac had given her mother 18 years of life when orthodox medical science said she had only days. In 1937, Caisse was invited to Chicago to treat 30 terminally ill cancer patients under the supervision of five doctors. So impressed were these doctors by her results that they offered to set up a clinic in Chicago for her if she would move to the US. She preferred to remain in her home of Canada though, and so declined the offer.
Other doctors heard about and visited the clinic at Bracebridge. One of these was Dr. Emma Carson who stayed at the clinic for 24 days in 1937. Dr. Carson had come as a skeptic, intending at first to stay only a day or two at Bracebridge. She ended up examining over 400 patients, both in the clinic, and at their homes where they were getting on with their lives after having been cured by Essiac. As she examined and talked to these people, her skepticism melted away. In a report Dr. Carson later wrote on the clinic, she stated, "Really, the progress obtainable and the rapidity of repair was absolutely marvellous, and must be seen to convincingly confirm belief."
In 1938, a bill was presented to the Ontario Parliament accompanied by over 55,000 signatures on a petition which supported its proposal that Rene Caisse be legally allowed to treat cancer sufferers with Essiac. The petition was signed by many notable physicians, past patients of Caisse's and their families. The bill failed to pass by just three votes. Instead, a Royal Cancer Commission was set up to determine the possible merit of Essiac as a cancer treatment. This Commission, consisting of six orthodox doctors headed up by an Ontario Supreme Court Justice was a total farce, a blatant attempt to discredit Essiac.
Of the 387 of Caisse's patients who arrived to testify before this Commission in 1939, only 49 were permitted to speak.
In consideration of these 49 cases, the Commission would not accept x-ray reports as diagnoses. It stated that the doctors in these cases had made wrong diagnoses, even when some of these patients had been separately diagnosed by up to four different qualified physicians.
When the Commission did recognise that a patient had been cured of cancer, it attributed this to previous treatments the patient had received such as radiation therapy or surgery. In some cases it was quite clear that conventional treatments had had no effect on the disease. Nowhere would the Commission acknowledge that any patient had been cured or even benefited from Essiac treatments.
It concluded, "The Commission is of the opinion that the evidence adduced does not justify any favourable conclusion as to the merits of Essiac as a remedy for cancer."
Caisse felt beaten, and feared arrest and imprisonment for practising medicine without a licence, and in 1942 she closed the Bracebridge Clinic, and went into seclusion. She would thereafter treat patients in her home in secret. In 1959, Caisse went to the Brusch Medical Centre in Cambridge, Massachusetts where she had been invited to treat terminal cancer patients and do further laboratory experiments on mice under the supervision of 18 physicians. She worked with Dr. Charles A. Brusch, director of the clinic, and physician to former US President John F. Kennedy.
Dr. Brusch was convinced of Essiac's efficacy in treating cancer, and even made a notarised statement in April of 1990 in which he said, "I endorse this therapy even today, for I have in fact cured my own cancer, the original site of which was the lower bowels, through Essiac alone." In 1977, just before Caisse died, she turned the rights of the formula over to Dr. Brusch and to the Resperin Corporation who were to test and manufacture it. This was exactly what Rene had always wanted - for Essiac to be clinically tested through properly documented trials where there would be no allegations of misdiagnoses after the fact, and where patients' progress would be observed and authenticated through reports drawn up by qualified people.
But it never came to pass. Resperin's trials, which began in 1978, showed promise at first, but were halted in 1982 because of allegedly substandard procedures and documentation as well as poor results. A report was issued by the Canadian Health and Welfare Department which stated, "No clinical evidence exists to support claims that Essiac is an effective treatment for cancer."
Dr. Gary Glum, a chiropractor from California, who published a biography of Rene Caisse in 1988 titled" Calling of an Ange"l alleges that this 1982 report was a deception.
Dr. Glum says that the Resperin Corporation worked closely with the Canadian Ministry of Health and Welfare. He says that documents were falsified in the course of the Resperin tests, and notes a specific case of a man who had come to Rene Caisse to thank her for Essiac, and for being part of the trial program. This man had been listed as dead in the Resperin case reports. Glum further alleges that after Caisse's death in 1978, the Canadian Ministry of Health and Welfare burned all of her case notes which she had collected since she had began treating people with Essiac.
Glum's involvement with Essiac has put him to great personal and financial strain. He states that US government officials confiscated copies of "Calling of an Angel" (which he published himself) that he had stored at his medical practice. Thousands of copies of the book were also confiscated by Canadian border authorities who said that it was "advertising" an unapproved drug. He never received these copies back.
Dr. Glum received the Essiac formula from a personal friend who had been cured from cancer by Essiac, and he was subsequently able to verify the authenticity of this formula with a woman named Mary McPherson who worked very closely with Rene Caisse for quite some time, and whose own mother had been cured of cancer in the 1930s at the Bracebridge Clinic. In 1988, Dr. Brusch turned over his rights on Essiac to Elaine Alexander, a broadcaster and radio producer from Vancouver. Alexander interviewed many patients who had been cured of cancer by Essiac, and kept well up on events surrounding the treatment for some 20 years. She arranged for Essiac to be manufactured and distributed.
Essiac consists of four common herbs: sheep sorrel (Rumex acetosella), burdock root (Arctium lappa), slippery elm bark (Ulmus fulva), and turkey rhubarb root (Rheum palmatum). At least three of these herbs - sheep sorrel, burdock root, and turkey rhubarb have been found in various modern studies to display antitumour activity. As well as acting to shrink tumour masses, it was Caisse's theory that the ingredients in Essiac served to purify the blood. It has been known in folk medicine for many years that burdock root acts to cleanse the blood.
Caisse's theory would seem to be supported by many Essiac patients afflicted with internal cancers who reported hardening of their tumours, followed by distinct softening of the mass. Many would then report discharging of fleshy matter along with pus. This would seem to indicate diseased tissue being carried out of the body as tumours would disappear after the discharges had taken place.
Caisse never wanted the public to know the ingredients of her formula. Her fear was that people suffering from cancer, involved in a life or death situation, would obtain the wrong ingredients, or prepare the formula incorrectly. She knew that proper preparation with very exacting measurements of the ingredients was vital to Essiac's ability to treat cancer.
Today, Essiac may be obtained from various private distributors and vendors. it is sold as a "food supplement", and no claims may be made concerning its possible merit as a treatment for cancer. Doing so is illegal as it is unapproved as a medicine, and anyone selling it, making such claims, is open to prosecution. Because it is so vital that Essiac be prepared properly, using the correct ingredients in the right ratios, those wishing to use it should carefully examine the background of the source from where they intend to purchase it. There are many bogus copies of Essiac on the market which have no value as treatments, and can even be dangerous.
Rene Caisse never claimed that Essiac is a cure for cancer, even though many of her patients did, as did many of the doctors she worked with over the years. She sought to relieve her patients of pain, and to control the disease. But it is undeniable that many of her patients were given many more years of life - free from pain or free from cancer - that they would not have had without Essiac.
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If you have been a person who has previously had cancer and wants to go on an overseas holiday, you may find that you have your work cut out for you when it comes to finding an affordable travel insurance policy. In fact, there are some insurance firms which will not offer any insurance at all to those who have had or do have cancer. Of the companies that do offer insurance, they sometimes charge you more than the cost of your flights. For instance, one company, Free Spirit, charges a 48-year-old woman who had breast cancer five years ago £248.70 for a 17-day worldwide policy. Compare this to someone without any health concerns where the insurance costs are as little as £20.
This example has been backed up by a recent survey conducted by the charity 'Cancerbackup' which reveals that nine in ten people struggle to get travel insurance if they have had cancer. Even if people are fit to travel, seven in ten are offered policies with sky high premiums or else refused insurance all together, the survey suggests. And so as a result of insurance problems, one in 20 people linked to cancer choose to travel without insurance. One in ten, as a result, cancel their trip.
But there is now, perhaps, some hope. As a result of the survey conducted by 'Cancerbackup', the Association of British Insurers (ABI) is investigating whether companies are in fact discriminating against cancer sufferers. The association says it also wants to make sure the 'Cancerbackup' survey results have not put people off taking out travel insurance all together before going on holiday. A spokesperson for the charity Macmillan Cancer Support calls for this sort of probing saying: "The insurance industry needs to recognize that not all cancers are the same and treat people accordingly."
When it comes to life insurance or private medical insurance it is quite understandable how someone might be refused the opportunity to take out cover. But then it seems crazy that someone who has had cancer a long time ago cannot get any reasonably priced medical insurance for a straight forward holiday. The situation is likely to become more of an issue too, with one million people having been diagnosed with cancer sometime in their life. So it is no wonder the Association of British Insurers is now doing some probing about the situation - some might argue that the probing has not happened soon enough. Websites which offer more information include the Cancerbackup website (www.cancerbackup.org.uk) and Cancer Research website (www.cancerresearchuk.org/).
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