Health Insurance for Cancer Treatment: Know What

In some ways, a fight with cancer still has to face the difficulty of getting expensive treatment at all normal bills even today. And if this is not bad enough, then it looks like the cost of cancer. In a study from 2014, the annual cost of cancer drug is more than $ 120,000, and it is estimated that it ...

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Living with Mesothelioma: Claire Cowley Shares Head Person Travel

In 2012, Paul Kawley was a working father living a normal life. He lived with Eile, his wife Claire and his 20-month-old son, Ethan in Cambridgeshire. Paul was only 34 years old, and he was absolutely healthy and active. So when the doctors told him and Claire that they could be cancer, they could not believe it. Learning that he ...

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Health Insurance for Cancer Treatment: Know What

In some ways, a fight with cancer is beyond fighting illness itself today. Patients have to face the difficulty of accelerating expensive treatment over all the normal bills. And if this is not bad enough, it seems that the cost of treatment for cancer is not coming down soon; In 2014, the average annual cost of cancer drug was more ...

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Life after cancer: What is the meaning of survival for these people

The word surviving can mean a lot, for those living in the cancer community, there is a broad spectrum of living with cancer survival and goes far beyond the original diagnosis. According to the National Cancer Institute, there are more than 15.5 million survivors living in cancer in 2016: 67% of them survive 5 years or more, and 17% have ...

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MCA observed World Day for safety and health at work

People from all over the world face various health risks worldwide for safety and health on 28 April, which was created by the International Labor Organization (ILO) in 2003 to increase awareness of international diseases and injuries. ILO estimates that more than 2 million people die every year from business injuries or illness, with better safety and preventive measures, these ...

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Remember Mesothelioma Warrior Law Williams

The mesothelioma community is mourning the loss of a true warrior, Louise “Lou” Williams, Lou had previously diagnosed peritoneal mesothelioma, and then faced lung mesothelioma in 2009. After nearly 15 years of battle, aggressive cancer won unfortunately. Lou was a great advocate outside of his country of Australia. She worked with several advocacy organizations including the Asbestos Disease Foundation of ...

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How to Cut Money to EPA Mesothelioma Survivor Can Affect

During blogging for the Mesothelioma Cancer Coalition, I have had some very wonderful occasions to get my story out of a recent interview and video with blogs, ray pieces and Greenpeace. Why Greenpeace You Can Ask? What better organization to save the whale, which is mesothelioma and asbestos? To answer your questions, this current administration is creating many people who ...

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Looking for a cure: MCA supports cancer research month

Cancer is a global burden, and research is our best defense against it In the last few years, research has seen an increase in cooperation and has seen rapid progress through projects like Cancer Monsot. But these diseases are not slowing down The National Cancer Institute estimates that in the next two decades, the number of cases of cancer worldwide ...

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Understanding clinical trials of cancer

In recent years, as a number of cancer diagnosis, different programs and projects have been developed on the basis of new technologies, the data has been shared more easily, and has developed new diagnostic and treatment methods. Clinical trials are an important step in testing a new drug, treatment approach, or clinical technique. Being able to test a new cancer ...

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