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FEATURE Chemo: basically, it doesn't work

2004 (Vol. 15 Issue 5) /

Chemotherapy results in substantial remission for only 3 per cent of cancers - mainly blood-based ones like Hodgkin's disease, leukaemia and Burkitt's lymphoma


August 1st 2003

* NHS lacks allergy expertiseMore than 80 per cent of respondents to a British survey regard the National Health Service as having 'poor' provisions for treating allergies

FEATURE Growth hormones may lead to colon cancer

2002 (Vol. 13 Issue 7)

People given growth hormones as children run a far higher risk of developing colon cancer and Hodgkin's disease in later life

FEATURE They live to fight another cancer

2002 (Vol. 13 Issue 2)

One in every 250 people will be a survivor of childhood cancer

NEWS Epstein-barr linked with hodgkin's disease

July 1st 2001

A high proportion of those suffering from Hodgkin's also have the Epstein-Barr virus (EBV)

FEATURE Risks from common drugs

1998 (Vol. 9 Issue 8) /

Common prescription drugs may trigger or exacerbate the development of breast cancer

FEATURE Chemo-caused cancer

1996 (Vol. 7 Issue 4)

If you are lucky enough to be one of the few where a chemotherapy drug actually does successfully treat you, chances are high that chemotherapy will cause another cancer to develop usually a solid one which is untreatable by orthodox means

NEWS Hodgkin's cases: cancer later

May 1st 1996

Children who are successfully treated for Hodgkin's disease are 18 times more likely to go on and develop secondary malignant tumours, while girls face a 35 per cent chance of developing breast cancer by the time they are 40 which is 75 times greater

FEATURE Bone-marrow transplants

1994 (Vol. 5 Issue 6) /

Q:Please tell me the success rate for bone-marrow transplants in patients with leukemia

FEATURE Case study: Tonsillitis

1992 (Vol. 3 Issue 7)

I have a 14 year old son who suffers from enlarged tonsils and bouts of tonsillitis

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