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 Where do tumors go after radiation?

Answer Well, generally the body either recycles or expels dead cells. If tumors are trully dead then the eventually get expelled, of course that assumes that each and every cell is dead, any surviving one... Read More »
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What are the effects of brain cancer radiation treatment on tumors?

Brain cancer is a condition in which tumors, or clusters of abnormal cells, develop and grow within the tissue of the brain. The severity of the effects of brain cancer depend upon the location of ... Read More »
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Is there any radiation produce from my CRT monitor Will the radiation harm the body Not sure about LCD ?

CRT monitors have more circuits, so what you are talking about might be magnetic fields not radiation. There is some talk/speculation of induced magnetic fields (such as the ones produced by high v... Read More »
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How much nattokinase is used for tumors?

A person should consume two 36 mg pills of nattokinase per day to help cure tumors. That equates to about 14,400 fibrinolytic units per day. Fibrinolytic units are a determination of how much fibri... Read More »
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What are the causes of carcinoid tumors?

Even with today's advanced medical systems and procedures, the exact cause of carcinoid tumors/cancer cannot be pinned down with any meaningful level of certainty. However, studies have revealed so... Read More »
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