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  1. Mandie says:

    Solutions to this problem include radiation therapy (both brachytherapy and Adjuvant chemotherapy (postoperative treatment) can be used when there is little

  2. Delinda says:

    I wonder how much it cost for the John Hopkins Hospital to finally discover and publish what holistic health practitioners have been saying for decades.So this brings us to the question: Are we striving for longevity, or are we just trying to have some control over what method the grim reamer uses to finally take us?? That question has to be thought about for a while.

  3. Shavonne says:

    My dad was diagnosed with lung cancer. Home health told our family questions to ask the Radiation to form a list of & Chemo doctors. Are there general questions listed tha

  4. Meagan says:

    Doctors use radiation therapy and chemotherapy treatments to fight cancer. Each of these treatments has benefits and may be used in combination to kill cancer tumor cells. More:http://www.ehow.com/facts_6234551_benefits-radiation-chemotherapy_.html

  5. Kenyetta says:

    According to the Centers for Disease Control, in 2005 alone, 196,687 people in the United States were diagnosed with lung cancer. That same year, 159,217 died from the disease. Two of the leading treatments for lung cancer are chemotherapy … More:http://www.ehow.com/facts_5693485_benefits-radiation-chemotherapy-lung-cancer_.html?ref=Track2&utm_source=ask

  6. Felicitas says:

    Find out if you will be receiving external or internal radiation. Internal radiation occurs on an outpatient basis and usually involves up to 5 treatments per week, while internal radiation involves a hospital stay. Ask you doctor about sid… More:http://www.ehow.com/how_2033565_risks-involved-radiation.html

  7. Alaine says:

    Chemo involves antimetabolites that attempt to disrupt cancer cell growth and Radiation can in fact damage cancer cells, but radiation can also cause

  8. Frida says:

    Chemotherapy and radiation is not without risks. Many patients will experience skin reactions that include irritating and painful rashes and cracked and peeling Detail:http://www.ehow.com/way_5822430_organic-care-chemo-radiation-patients.html

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