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Analysis of Esophagogastric Juncture Adenocarcinoma Cancer and Treatment

Executive Summary This article analyzes treatment options for esophagogastric juncture adenocarcinoma. Cancer Type Esophagogastric Juncture Adenocarcinoma. Wait One Second… Why is The Article Not Viewable? You are seeing this text instead of the article because of two potential reasons. Reason #1: You are a Subscriber but Not Signed In You can sign in by simply sending…

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How Does The Medical Establishment Present Chemotherapy Drugs Versus Their Reality?

Executive Summary There is a wide chasm between the reality of chemotherapy drugs and what is presented by websites of the medical establishment. Introduction This article addresses the major discrepancy between how the medical establishment presents chemotherapy drugs versus their reality. Wait One Second… Why is The Article Not Viewable? You are seeing this text…

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The Absurd Markup of Over 300% on Average For Chemotherapy Drugs

Executive Summary Cancer centers very significantly mark up chemotherapy drugs. This article covers this topic from several dimensions. Introduction If one looks at the normal drug market, one sees corruption in that the pharma companies create financial incentives for MDs to prescribe on-patent drugs for which there are better generic alternatives. However, for most drugs,…

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The Cancer Genome Project Exposed a Hundred Completely Ineffective Drugs

Executive Summary The Cancer Genome Project was a major research expenditure with enormous benefits to coming up with cancer treatments promised. Introduction The investment into cancer research is highly inefficient and focuses on developing highly profitable items for private companies rather than on patient outcomes. A perfect example of this is the Cancer Genome Project….

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How Poorly Structured Cellular Cytoplasm Leads to Dysfunctional Mitochondria and Cancer

Executive Summary When the cytoplasm within the cell becomes dysregulated, the mitochondria become defective. This is core to understanding how cells become cancerous. Introduction Mitochondria become defective when the cytoplasm in the cell is dysregulated. This is a key part of understanding how cells become cancerous. How Defective Mitochondria Lead to Errors in Cell Division…

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How Cancer Cells Ignore the Immune System’s Directives to Commit Suicide

Executive Summary Due to dysfunctional mitochondria, cancer cells should commit suicide — however, instead they rapidly multiply. Introduction The Mitochondrial Theory of Aging proposes that the mitochondria, which produce energy, get damaged as we age. Wait One Second… Why is The Article Not Viewable? You are seeing this text instead of the article because of…

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How Maintaining Mitochondria Health Supports Disease Prevention

Executive Summary The health of the mitochondria is critical to staying away from the diseases with the highest mortality. Introduction The health of the mitochondria turns out to be critical in preventing cancer. Wait One Second… Why is The Article Not Viewable? You are seeing this text instead of the article because of two potential…

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The Importance in Understanding Cellular Metabolism to Prevent And Treat Cancer

Executive Summary Two of the most important features of cancer and aging are cellular metabolism and the immune system. Introduction A major part of staying cancer-free or fighting cancer is to understand that cellular metabolism combined with the immune system is what causes cancer and what can, if brought back into a healthy zone can…

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Understanding the Mitochondrial Hypothesis of Aging

Executive Summary One of the most critical and emerging hypotheses around aging is based on the degradation of the mitochondria. Introduction The Mitochondrial Theory of Aging proposes that the mitochondria, which produce energy, get damaged as we age. Wait One Second… Why is The Article Not Viewable? You are seeing this text instead of the…