Tag Archives: cancer
Posted on 06. Feb, 2011 by James Clark.
Now that I’ve been through the first treatment process of Multiple Myeloma, I had to get an opinion from the University of Minnesota regarding this disease. I started treatment in October 2010. The treatment consisted of taking Revlimid for 2 weeks, then having a rest period of 1 week. In November 2010, they informed me [...]
Posted on 06. Nov, 2010 by Lenore Bleifuss, Local Artist.
Recently I read an article in the November issue of Women’s Health, on cell phones and radiation. It seems everywhere we go, people are walking around with a cell phone close to their ear. From what I read, that may lead to a health problem down the line. Whenever the cell phone is on, it [...]
Posted on 23. Oct, 2010 by James Clark.
Most of our blood cells are developed in the bone marrow. When the Myeloma cells get into the bone marrow, you will feel pain and the bone marrow will not produce any more blood cells because this function is crowded out by the Myeloma cells.
Posted on 16. Oct, 2010 by David Bedworth.
On 16th September Congressman Brad Miller, Chairman of the House Committee on Science and Technology’s Subcommittee on Investigations and Oversight held a hearing about Camp Lejeune water contamination. A live webcast was available and I watched most of the transmission in real time. The press releases on what occurred are very much a matter of [...]
Posted on 14. Aug, 2010 by EASTMNNEWSWIRE.
SunAware, a local not-for-profit organization provides information about a new report just published in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology. This report should put to rest fears that a commonly used ingredient in sunscreen accelerates the development of skin cancer. “This analysis should ease many concerns raised worldwide about the use of sunscreen,” [...]