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Insurance Confusion — Breast Cancer

06/8/2017
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We have all seen the catchy T-shirts for the Susan B. Komen walks “Protect the Tatas.”  Few adult diseases have received as much fund-raising attention as Breast Cancer, and for good reason. Did you know that according to Florida law, your insurer must pay for reconstructive surgery if the policy provides […]

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NFL Goes Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

10/8/2014
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“A Crucial Catch” Campaign Sunday’s televised sports, dominated by the National Football League, has changed its tone for October. The gridiron green remains the same, but the muscled players and their coaches now are peppered in pink. For the entire month, professionals on field, as well as the usually black-and-white-only […]

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Study Suggests Paxil’s Link to Breast Cancer

03/4/2014
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Paxil (paroxetine) is a drug widely prescribed to treat depression. In women fighting breast cancer it is not uncommon to be prescribed Paxil. The newest research should cause health practitioners to give that practice a second thought. A team of California researchers developed a drug screening method which they applied […]

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Race for a Cure for Breast Cancer

01/12/2010
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Breast Cancer. It strikes over 187,000 people every year; mostly women between the ages of 40 and 59. Over 40,000 women die from breast cancer yearly. Breast cancer in one of the ten leading causes of death for women. Breast cancer is a family disease — it affects the whole […]

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Can We Kill Cancer With Baking Soda? Some say, yes

03/10/2023
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Baking soda, sodium bicarbonate or NaHCO3 can do a lot more than freshen the refrigerator, neutralize pet odors, quiet sunburn pain and raise bread. The boxed white powder that has been marketed as a household product for decades also can kill cancer. Safer than chemotherapy and radiation, which kills all […]

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South Florida Breast Exams — Mammogram Quality in Question

01/6/2018
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Medical professionals have debated the frequency and relative age for performing mammogram studies on women; some claiming that once yearly is too often and under 50 years old is too soon. Whether these debates involve more concern for insurance company payouts than prudent healthcare, I will leave to other articles. […]

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Cancer Drug Avastin Linked to Flesh-Eating Bacteria

05/17/2013
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The controversial cancer treatment drug Avastin (bevacizumab) has one more warning attached to it – the drug has been associated with two deaths and 52 cases of flesh-eating disease. The drug’s maker, Hoffman-LaRoche Ltd., identified the cases of necrotizing fasciitis (flesh-eating bacteria) occurring worldwide from 1997 to 2012.  Both the […]

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