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Today is a good day for me.
  
Yesterday I find out my tumor has shrink in half its size. Despite what medical doctors may say, there is a whole host of natural foods, as well as herbs and supplements, that will reduce tumor size and help keep it from coming back. Vegetarian diet, organic foods as much as possible, avoiding sugar, clearing your mind through meditation, long walks or any other physical activity introduced me with the power of mindful lifestyle reducing tumor toxins in my body. I wanted to share with you the benefits of this list, (although the list goes on) but also to point out that what works for one person, can have little to no effect on another. Always make sure you take it in light of any other medical problems you may have and check with your doctor whatever you all decide upon isn’t going to interact badly with any medications you are taking.
Awareness is light.

Much love to all of you.

Osteogenic sarcoma of the third metacarpal displaying blastic features.

Osteogenic sarcoma is a bone cancer that primarily affects osteoblasts and occurs most often in teenagers during their growth spurt; the most common sites are the metaphyses of the thigh bone (femur), shin bone (tibia), and arm bone (humerus). Metastases occur most often in lungs; treatment consists of multidrug chemotherapy and removal of the malignant growth, or amputation of limbs.

Danke, dass du mich allein gelassen hast. Danke, dass ich die vermutlich schwerste Zeit in meinem Leben alleine durchstehen muss. Danke, dass du so verlogen und falsch bist. Ich habe gewusst, als wir sagten wir bleiben für immer eins, dass ich es als einzige ernst meinte…

Eigenes nach einem Arztbesuch (Dasmaedchendasniemandsahsah)

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In February 2014 Tim McGrath was diagnosed with Synovial Sarcoma after complaining of severe jaw pain. An MRI revealed an egg sized tumour however Mr McGrath turned down surgery and spent the following 18 months seeking none surgical alternatives.

“At the end of May 2015 the tumour doubled in size and I had to have a tracheotomy fitted to enable me to breathe and a feeding tube so I could eat, because the tumour had invaded the space in my mouth. Heavy doses of radiation caused the tumour to start dying and shrink and parts started to fall off, eventually I got my mouth back and I could eat very thin pieces of food.“

In October 2015, Mr McGrath was admitted to hospital where he remained for almost seven weeks following the initial 30 hour operation to remove and then reconstruct his face. 

“Before the surgery they gave me the worst case scenario, they said I would have to lose my left eye and my left ear, but I didn’t’ believe that was going to be necessary. When I woke up I was in complete shock, as well as removing part of my face and bone structure, they had removed most of the muscle in my back, they had taken a rib, and they took part of my scapula and part of my shoulder too. This was so that they could rebuild my bone structure and the surrounding area however my body rejected the first attempts. Eventually I was discharged and the cavity was closed but over time the transplant kept shrinking and I experienced numerous infections.”

During his long journey towards recovery Mr McGrath made the decision to leave his original surgeon and was welcomed with open arms by Dr Chaiyasate. "I’ve had over 20 surgeries to date and five of those have been with Dr C, none of which have been rejected.”

Dr Chaiyasate will continue with the reconstruction of Mr McGrath’s face next winter which will further help his speech and will give him the ability to eat and drink again.

Male, 20; tumor mass, type undetermined. Enlarging tumor mass on dorsum of right foot for 1 year. Seems attached to tendons. Painful enlargement past three months. Removed surgically. [Gross specimen.] [Clinical photo - National Museum of Health and Medicine.]

A massive brain tumor with what appeared to be adult teeth embedded in it which was found in the brain of a four month old infant. An MRI was ordered to investigate why the infant’s head was rapidly outgrowing its body and extremities. What they found was a so called craniopharngioma, a benign type that can grow to the size of a golf ball. This is the first time in recorded history that not only were human teeth found in a craniopharngioma, but also that the teeth were fully grown adult teeth.

¿Es lo mismo tumor y cáncer?

Un cáncer es un tumor, pero no todos los tumores son cánceres…

Se llama tumor a toda estructura formada por el aumento de tamaño de un tejido a consecuencia de la reproducción incontrolada de un conjunto de células del mismo.

Se dice que un tumor es benigno cuando las células que lo forman permanecen unidas, formando una masa compacta que frecuentemente incluso se encuentra rodeada por una membrana de contención.

El cáncer o tumor maligno, por el contrario…

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Osteosarcoma is a rare form of cancer that typically occurs in growing bones, and therefore predominantly affects teenagers and young people. The image shows a large, bulky mass arising in the cortex of the bone and extending outward. Any bone can be affected, but the most common sites are the arm and leg bones.