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posted August 12, 2011 03:35PM
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Magandang development ito against cancer of the blood.




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Sana magtuloy-tuloy na itong development na ito. Maraming ma-sa-save na buhay ito. Ito kasi ang nag-claim sa isang anak ng kasamahan ko rito. Kaya parang naramdaman ko rin ang sakit ng mawalan ka ng anak dahil sa leukemia.

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posted September 5, 2011 09:54PM
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I really hope so, my friends brother died of Leukemia in Alaska last december 2010...Kahit may pera na ang tao, still hindi parin nagagawan ng paraan ang lunas.
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posted September 6, 2011 01:33PM
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Ito dapat ang ginagastusan ng gobyerno kasi ito maraming tao ang mabibigyan ng pag-asa. Hindi Yong mga armas na nilikha lamang para pumuksa o pumatay.


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posted September 6, 2011 09:48PM
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well i also wish na magkaron na ng lunas ang sakit na ito kasi talagang mahirap mawalan ng mahal sa buhay dahil sa ganyang karamdaman... kawalan ng kaalaman upang malunasan ang ganitong sakit at suporta ng gobyerno natin sa kapus palad na walang kakayanang lunasan ang sakit na ito....... mga programa sana ng pamahalaan upang matulungan ang may ganitong sakit.....
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posted September 6, 2011 10:35PM
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At least yong mga mga leukemia cases ay may makikita ng pag-asa. Hindi tulad noon, naghihitay lang sila sa wala o himala.
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posted September 7, 2011 06:55PM
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oo naman
meron na meron!!
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posted September 7, 2011 07:35PM
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marami na akong narinig na case na nakasurvive..... if im not mistaken si Bossing Vic ay victim ng some sort of leukemia dati (sinabi po yun ng isang doctor na nakilala ko) at nakarecover naman
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posted September 8, 2011 05:40AM
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great2find posted on September 7, 2011 07:35PM
marami na akong narinig na case na nakasurvive..... if im not mistaken si Bossing Vic ay victim ng some sort of leukemia dati (sinabi po yun ng isang doctor na nakilala ko) at nakarecover naman


Well said, iba na talaga ang may pera, yung iba kasi naghihintay pa yata ng blood donor na same type at ang iba naman ay sa himala na lamang umaasa.

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posted November 12, 2011 05:00PM
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 Mabuti naman at na-discover nila yan, marami na talagang victima nyan. 


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posted November 12, 2011 06:38PM
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After photosynthesis occurs in plants, chlorophyll is produced. Chlorophyll is what keeps plants alive. Many people may not know chlorophyll is also beneficial to human health. It can be used to help treat disease and cleanse organs and the digestive tract. It is also a good nutritional supplement that promotes health in humans and animals. Liquid chlorophyll is available at health food stores and online.

Disease Treatment

  • Chlorophyll acts similar to iron in the human body. It builds red blood cells and kills bacteria. It has been used in treating blood and bone diseases, such as leukemia. Chlorophyll also thickens red blood cells. This helps build the immune system to fight off infections and other ailments.

Nutritional Supplement

  • Chlorophyll contains calcium which helps increase bone, tooth and nail strength. It helps prevent and treat arthritis and hip dysplasia which can be caused from low calcium intake. Chlorophyll also helps the body heal sores or abscesses. Chlorophyll can help get rid of body odor as well.

Organs and Digestion

  • Chlorophyll is a natural body cleanser. As it goes through the human body, it cleans and deodorizes the intestines. It also cleanses the liver by getting rid of toxins. Chlorophyll can help with constipation, diarrhea and other digestion problems.

Pets

  • Chlorophyll can also help the family pet. It has the same effect on animals that it does on humans. Chlorophyll helps heal sores or abscesses and helps cleanse an animal of any harmful toxins. It can also help older dogs with arthritis.

 

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posted November 12, 2011 07:11PM
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"Prevention is better than cure." Hanggat maaga dapat tayo mag-invest sa ating mga kalusugan. Wag na natin antayin na dumating tayo sa point na malala na ang sakit natin. Bale wala ang lahat ng ating pinagpapaguran sa kakatrabaho at paghahanap-buhay kung sa bandang huli ay magkakasakit lang tayo. Dahil mauubos at mauubos lang ang lahat ng ipupundar natin pag lumalala na ang mga sakit natin..... Ugaliing magpatingin at kumonsulta sa doktor para malaman ang kondisyon ng ating katawan para habang maaga pa ay malaman natin kung ano ang dapat natin iwasan o gamutin. Sa ngayon may mga magagandang supplements din na medically proven na talagang maganda at tumutulong na magpalakas ng ating immune system na siyang lumalaban para di tayo magkasakit....Walang mawawala kung susubukan natin at iingatan ang ating kalusugan.... GOD Bless

 

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posted November 12, 2011 08:40PM
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@ dhekfy - welcome sa sulit, enjoy and keep posting.
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posted November 13, 2011 05:32PM
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(AP) Scientists are reporting the first clear success with gene therapy to treat leukemia, turning the patients' own blood cells into assassins that hunt down and wipe out their cancer.
They've only done it in three patients so far, but the results were striking: Two appear cancer-free up to a year after treatment, and the third had a partial response. Scientists are already preparing to try the approach for other kinds of cancer.

"It worked great. We were surprised it worked as well as it did," said Dr. Carl June, a gene therapy expert at the University of Pennsylvania. "We're just a year out now. We need to find out how long these remissions last."

He led the study, published Wednesday by two journals, New England Journal of Medicine and Science Translational Medicine.

It involved three men with very advanced cases of chronic lymphocytic leukemia, or CLL. The only hope for a cure now is bone marrow or stem cell transplants, which don't always work and carry a high risk of death.

Scientists have been working for years to find ways to boost the immune system's ability to fight cancer. Earlier attempts at genetically modifying bloodstream soldiers called T-cells have had limited success; the modified cells didn't reproduce well and quickly disappeared.
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