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A 38-year-old HIV-infected patient presenting with seizures by Dr. Brian M. Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Tue 29 Jun 2010 11:27am The "best case" award winner at the Diagnostic Slide Session at the recent American Association of Neuropathologists annual meeting in Philadelphia was presented by Dr. Sandra Camelo-Piragua, Ronald A. Goerss, and David N. Lewis of Massachusetts General Hospital . The case is that of a 38-year-old AIDS patient who had been only intermittently com ... Read on »
Best Post of June 2010: A 38-year-old HIV-infected patient presenting with seizures by Dr. Brian M. Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Mon 15 Nov 2010 5:52pm The next in our Best of the Month series is from June 29, 2010: The Diagnostic Slide Session at the recent American Association of Neuropathologists annual meeting in Philadelphia featured a fascinating case by Dr. Sandra Camelo-Piragua, Ronald A. Goerss, and David N. Louis of Massachusetts General Hospital . The case was that of a 38-year-ol ... Read on »
CANCER, BACTERIA and ANTIBIOTICS by Marjorie Tietjen Posted Thu 17 Jun 2010 9:34am The two studies below show that bacteria seems to play a role in cancer. The bacteria in its different forms may cause inflammation which also plays a role in cancer. If this subject interests you, you may want to read The Cancer Microbe   by Alan Cantwell. He is also the author of the second study on this page.Many people with chronic Lyme ... Read on »
Social Security Disability Insurance Information by Lee Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 22 Sep 2008 11:06am This is the information I received from the guest speakers yesterday at the support group meeting. They are aware that I am posting this information and ask if anyone reading this has any questions to give them a call, even if you are not local, they still may be able to help you or give you the name of someone who can. I scanned this in to my co ... Read on »
Risperdal and S100B: Prolactin, Tumors and Tardive Dyskinesia by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Tue 01 May 2012 12:00am By Teresa Conrick With Autism numbers climbing, there are those who look to the profit margin of knowing thousands of children, teens and young adults may need medications to "target behavior."   It is unfortunate and incorrect that Autism is still being looked at as a behavioral and developmental disability for many inste ... Read on »
Can a Simple Breast Biopsy Initiate Tissue Invasion by Intra-Ductal Cancer Cells? by Bruce Friedman Patient Expert Posted Thu 14 Jan 2010 12:00am Gina Kolata, the medical writer for the New York Times, recently discussed the theory that the normal cells surrounding a neoplastic lesion and the body's immuno-surveillance system can play a critical role in a tumor's invasive potential (see: Old Ideas Spur New Approaches in Cancer Fight). I have always believed this to be the case ... Read on »
ANTI-INFLAMMATORY DRUG RESEARCH by Stephen Tvedten Patient Expert Posted Wed 08 Dec 2010 9:16am ANTI-INFLAMMATORY DRUG RESEARCH – A Pointer To The Better Role Of Phytochemicals From Fruits And Berries (A Short Note) Beldeu Singh Billions of dollars have been spent on research and production of anti-inflammatory drugs but they are all toxic. These drugs were developed with the intention to find chemicals that will suppress the Cox-2 ... Read on »
Sandoz initiates voluntary recall in the US of all 50mg/2mL and 250mg/10mL vials of Methotrexate Injection, USP due to the prese by FDA Posted Thu 28 Oct 2010 11:33am FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – October 27, 2010 –  Sandoz Inc. announced today it has initiated a voluntary recall in the US of all 50mg/2mL and 250mg/10mL vials of Sandoz and Parenta brand Methotrexate Injection, USP product (“methotrexate”) to the consumer/user level. Consistent with its commitment to quality and patient saf ... Read on »
Cancer and disability benefits by Tami B. Posted Wed 28 Aug 2013 3:55pm August 28, 2013 - Posted by tamilb Is cancer making it difficult to work? Many of my friends with advanced cancer are surprised to hear that they might be eligible for Social Security Disability benefits. So when Ram Meyyappan from Social Security Disability Help contacted me to do a piece abo ... Read on »
Aspartame Is NOT The Killer in Your Fridge by Bob Aronson Patient Expert Posted Tue 01 Oct 2013 5:36am By Bob Aronson Bob is the founder of this blog and the primary author.  He receives no monetary or other outside support nor does he allow anyone to see or review his posts before publication.  The topics are known only to him until they are published. There is a blog making the rounds that insists that Aspartame (Equal or Nutri-swee ... Read on »