Monthly Archives: April 2017

Science has outgrown the human mind and its limited capacities; Ahmed Alkhateeb Harvard Medical School

Science is in the midst of a data crisis. Last year, there were more than 1.2 million new papers published in the biomedical sciences alone, bringing the total number of peer-reviewed biomedical papers to over 26 million. However, the average … Continue reading

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What It Feels Like To Be The Case Manager Of A Very Complex Patient: Raymond Rupert MD, MBA.

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Treat Breast Cancer in 11 Days Using Unique Combination of Biologics: Raymond Rupert MD, MBA.

Research presented by Professor Nigel Bundred at the European Breast Cancer Conference in Amsterdam revealed that they had tested the effectiveness of a pair of drugs known as Herceptin (a.k.a trastuzumab) and Lapatinib. The two drugs are commonly used in … Continue reading

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NATUROPATHIC TREATMENT FOR CANCER: INFUSIO in GERMANY USING Hyperthermia, Dioxychlor, GC-MAF, Vitamin B-17, Selenium, DMSO,

So . . . It Turns Out Cancer Can Be Killed After All “Your lives are going to change forever,” the Urologist told us after removing a golf ball sized tumor from my wife’s bladder. “The cancer has spread into the muscle wall and … Continue reading

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GAMMA KNIFE PROJECT COMES TOGETHER AFTER 11 YEARS: Raymond Rupert MD, MBA.

Next November, a new tool at the University of Alberta will enable neurosurgeons to work on brains without cutting into patients’ skulls. Known as the Gamma Knife, the tool will focus rays of gamma radiation onto brain tumours to allow … Continue reading

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ADVOCACY DRIVES SUBSTANTIVE OUTCOMES: Raymond Rupert MD, MBA.

The role of the advocate is poorly understood but essential for patients with complex problems. Navigating the system, the complexity of the problem, the technical language and concepts, combined with the inherent emotionality in these circumstances, creates a situation that … Continue reading

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