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Is Lymphoma Curable

Is Lymphoma Curable

Since there are many different lymphomas, the curability of each case will vary.

When lymphoma is caught in an early stage, the cure rate is higher.

However, the overall cure rate for all lymphomas, in both men and women, are quite high.

Cure Rates Based On Stage Of Detection

Localized (Still in one location, has not metastasized)Accounts for 38% of all cases; 5-year survival rate is 82.1%

Distant (Metastasis has occured)45% of all lymphoma cases are of this variety. 59.9% is the 5-year survival rate.

Regional (has spread to the regional lymph nodes77.5% is the cure rate and this type accounts for 19 of all lymphoma cases.

Unknown (Unstaged)67.5% cure rate accounting for 8% of cases.

There are a plethora of types of NHL (Non-Hodgkin lymphoma) and the possibility of cure is dependent on the specific diagnosis.

Prognosis can also be different even in the same sub type of NHL.

Even in an individual who has a well-categorized case of lymphoma, the survival rate and time can be hard to guess.

Is lymphoma curable for anybody?

Cure rates depend greatly on many factors.

Thus, the answer is yes and no because it depends on what type of lymphoma one has, what lymphoma stages it may be in, the lymphoma grade, the general health of the patient, response to treatment and of course a dash of luck.

For people with quick growing lymphomas types (for example, diffuse large B cell lymphoma), the lymphoma can be potentially resolved with combination chemotherapy.

However, for those individuals who respond poorly to treatment or have an early relapse, the lymphoma can be deadly in a rather short period of time.

The slowly growing lymphomas are incurable with regular chemo, yet patients can live with them for years and years.

Much of deciding how to treat a specific lymphoma is based on simply observing the patient closely to see how the disease progresses so that an appropriate course of action can be prescribed.

Lymphoma Treatment

Is Lymphoma curable with chemotherapy, radiation, surgery, bone marrow transplants, etc?

Typically, one or a combination of these treatments will be used, depending upon the factors discussed above.

The symptoms of lymphoma in women will vary but will not necessarily provide an indication of the level of curability of the disease.

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What Do Tundra Animals Eat ?

The tundra ecosystems  of the world can be found in the Arctic, Antarctic and alpine regions. These barren, desolate landscapes challenge life to find a foot hold and survive each day. One might expect the animals that have evolved to live on the tundra to have great difficulty in finding food. However these animals have adapted to life in the tundra so well that find food, especially when the weather is favorable, is not as difficult as one might expect. Let’s take a look at some of the more common animals to be found in the tundra regions and what their diets consist of.

Polar Bears
Polar bears, with their thick white fur, sharp teeth and claws and powerful bodies are the ultimate tundra predators. They can be found in Alaska, Canada, Greenland, Russia and Norway. A polar bear’s diet consists largely of the birds, seals and walrus. From these animals the polar bear is able to extract valuable fats and oils to help it insulate it’s body and survive the long cold winters. A polar bear’s stomach can hold an estimated 15% to 20% of its body weight. A polar bear generally eats this much only when its energy demands are high. A bear can assimilate 84% of the protein and 97% of the fat it eats.

Penguins live in the Antarctic regions ( Southern Hemisphere ). The hunt in open seas or oceans eating fish, squid, krill or shrimp. The skin of a penguin is particularly thick and covers a layer of fat. This is an adaptation, much like that of the polar bear to help them survive the extreme cold climate of the antarctic tundra. The smaller penguin species of the Antarctic and the sub-antarctic primarily feed on krill and squids. Species found farther north tend to eat fishes. Penguins primarily rely on their vision while hunting. It is not known how penguins locate prey in the darkness, at night, or at great depths, Some scientists hypothesize that penguins are helped by the bio luminescence (light producing) capabilities of many oceanic squids, crustaceans, and fishes.

Musk Oxen    
Musk Oxen are found in Canada, Greenland, Alaska and Ellesmere Island. Their diet is made up of grasses, lichens, sedges, woody plants, leaves and mosses. The fur of the musk oxen is around 3-4 inches thick and provides excellent heath insulation. Musk oxen are ruminants, animals with four-chambered stomachs. The rumen, the stomach’s first chamber, partially digests the food, which is then regurgitated, chewed further and then swallowed. The rumen is home to bacteria that ferment food, which releases additional caloric energy from the food source.

Arctic foxes    
With their pure white winter coats and cute facial features, Arctic foxes are certainly one of the favorite Tundra based animals on the planet. The lives in dry and cold places such as Canada, Greenland and Alaska. Their diet comprises small mammals, lemmings, tundra voles, seabirds, and puffins. Their coats come in two ‘phases’ – a blue phase and a white phase. The Arctic fox is not endangered world wide and it is estimated that there are several thousand arctic foxes left in the wild. Two arctic fox populations are endangered, however. One in Russia has been reduced to around 90 animals because of a mange caused by ear ticks introduced by dogs. The second in Fennoscandia (Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Kola Peninsula) was caused by over hunting around the turn of the century. The total number of breeding pairs there is about 140.

Arctic Hares    
Arctic hares can be found living in the tundra of Canada, on the Arctic island and also in Greenland. Being a vegetarian animal, Arctic hares survive on a diet of  plants, mosses, lichens, buds, berries, leaves, seaweed, bark, willow twigs and roots. Arctic hares are sometimes loners but they can also be found in groups of dozens, hundreds, or even thousands of individuals. Unlike many mammals, arctic hare groups disperse rather than form during mating season. Animals pair off and define mating territories, though a male may take more than one female partner.    

Arctic Wolves    
A predator, the arctic wolf will gladly prey on arctic hares, birds,caribou, musk oxen, lemmings, seals and sometimes try their hand ( paw ? ) at a spot of fishing too. Surprise attacks are almost impossible on the open tundra; by the time the pack approaches, its prey is in a defensive stance. Musk oxen, for example, will form a circle with their calves safely on the inside. The wolf pack must then try to disrupt the herd. The wolves circle the herd and prowl around, forcing the oxen to shift their ground to face them. If the wolves are successful, the oxen scatter. Once the herd has scatter, the wolves give chase, trying to isolate a young or weak animal. If one wolf catches a victim, the other will aid in killing it. A musk ox provides enough food to last the wolves for several days.

Snowy Owl    
Snowy owls can be found in the Arctic tundra of North America and Eurasia. Theie habitat consists of open grasslands and fields and sometimes frozen expanses of water. They are also known to be found around the lake shores, marshes, and roost on buildings in cities and towns. In the Arctic regions, snowy owls usually nest on pingaluks (small , circular rises in the tundra grass-beds).  Their diet includes mice, rats, hares, moles and other mammals;including rabbits. They also eats various birds (dove, grouse, quail) and water foul (ducks, grebes and medium sized geese). The Snowy can locate prey strictly audibly and may plunge in the snow for visibly hidden rodents like lemmings. It usually hunts from an elevated position that can vary from a raised knoll to a treetop or telephone pole along the edge of a field. It often makes long low flights to capture prey on the ground or birds from the water’s surface or pursues them in the air. It can hover and pounce on prey from the air or while on the ground. The Snowy is even said to catch fish, amphibians, and crustaceans.

Arctic Lemmings    
Lemmings eat mostly plants such as mosses, grasses, herbs, shoots, and lichen. In summer, collared lemmings occupy the high, dry, and rocky areas of the tundra, where they shelter in shallow underground burrows or under rocks. Nesting chambers are often lined with dry grasses, feathers, and muskox fur. In the winter, lemmings may move to the lower meadow where the “blanket” of snow is thicker and remains for a longer period of time. Winter nests typically are built on the tundra surface, under the snow, and sometimes even in the middle of snow-banks.

Walruses are found in the region of Arctic seas from Alaska, Canada and Greenland to Russia. Their habitat is on open water, near to shore or on ice flows. Walruses primarily eat species that dwell on the sea bottom, such as mollusks, octopus, crabs, shrimp, salt worms, other crustaceans, shrimps, worms, some fish, clamps, mussels, other pinnipeds such as spotted seals. Because visibility is poor in deep and murky waters, walruses rely on their vibrissae to locate food. A walrus moves its snout along the bottom, rooting through the sediment. Abrasion patterns of the tusks show that they are dragged through the sediment, but are not used to dig up prey.Researchers have found numerous pebbles and small stones in the stomachs of walruses. They are thought to be ingested while feeding.

Caribou mostly eat ground and tree lichens. They also eat shrubs, grasses and willows. It takes 80 to 150 years for a forest to grow enough lichens for caribou. Like other deer and cattle, caribou have a four-chambered stomach capable of digesting the tough, fibrous plant and lichen materials containing cellulose that comprise most of their diet. Caribou ruminate, which means they re-chew forage that has previously fermented in the fore-pouches of their stomach.

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Pancreatic Cancer Survival

A pancreatic cancer prognosis always sounds more like a death sentence than any kind of prognosis. Unfortunately the only pancreatic cancer symptom that is usually noticed, is the prognosis. Pancreatic cancer rarely gets caught early due to it’s rather vague, and all too common symptoms. Statistically in more than 80% of patients the tumor has already spread and cannot be completely removed at the time of diagnosis. This cancer has a 5-year survival rate of less than 5%, meaning 95% of the people diagnosed with it, will not be alive 5 years later.

Death row inmates have it better if you consider they know exactly when they’re going to die, and they don’t have to suffer nearly as much as those with pancreatic cancer do. Coupled with endless torture from their doctors in the form of test and treatments, I would have to say death row inmates not only live longer, but also die a more peaceful death than pancreatic cancer patients.

You have my utmost sympathy if you or someone you love has been given the dubious distinction of receiving a pancreatic cancer prognosis. In my opinion knowing you have a 95% chance of being dead in five years or less is such discouraging news, that if it were me, I’d rather not bother with doctors and hospitals. That’s a decision only you can make, but as for actual pancreatic cancer survival, the only answer definitively resides in one place and that is in the realm of alternative cancer treatments. Not only for quality of life if in fact you are going to die, but particularly if there is any hope of truly surviving this extremely life altering disease.

So lets get this straight from the start. If your going to attempt a cure through alternative medicine or natural cures, there’s one thing you need to understand. Due to the nature of this type of cancer and the fact that it is rarely diagnosed until it has already spread to other places in the body, your going to have to go at this as if your life depended on it, which as we both know, it does.

There is more than hope if you first of all educate yourself and immediately start acting on what you’ve learned. The key to killing cancer holistically is to make your body as alkaline as possible. There are so many ways to do this. As you may have found out by now, one of the primary pancreatic cancer causes is the eating of too much red meat and lack of fresh fruits and vegetables. You need to reverse that trend starting now. Take a high quality plant based enzyme with meals of raw fruits and vegetables.

No red meat, no hydrogenated oils, no sugar, no this, no that. The list will grow but more importantly is your lists of do this, do that. Make yourself a program and stick to it. An easy and reliable method for raising your body’s alkalinity is by regularly taking unprocessed apple cider vinegar and baking soda.

Have you left for the store yet? At least a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar to a teaspoon of baking soda, three times a day. Wait a minute! That can’t be right. Your right, it might not be so good for your particular situation. The point I’m trying to make is, you, have to do this. Spend some time on the inter-net. Type in natural cures for pancreatic cancer, natural cures for cancer etc. Take notes of what you found out and where, and above all pay attention to what your body is telling you.

Eat, sleep, and breath holistic health remedies for cancer and you will be able to shovel your way out of this horrible situation. If you can afford it, or if your insurance will cover it, go see several naturopathic physicians. Do what they say, and more. Do not rely on any one particular natural remedy as the all in all. Especially with this type of cancer. There are literally hundreds of very good alternative cancer remedies out there and as they are all natural, take them in conjunction with one another. But do it intelligently.

Don’t forget herbs and, supplements, and, and, and! Got the idea? There truly is hope for pancreatic cancer survival, even if you decide to fall for that all too seductive, oncologist peddled offer of chemotherapy. Which is the worst thing you can do in my opinion, but as I said, those are decisions only you can make. Be sure they’re well informed ones. Google up the dangers of chemotherapy, if you have any doubts. But don’t just do nothing! Do exactly as I just said, and do it with a vengeance! It will get easier.

Why listen to someone who was honest enough to tell you they really have nothing for you, even if they do wear a white coat and work in a fifty million dollar hospital? Conventional medicines pancreatic cancer prognosis is nothing more than a disguised death sentence. Just look at the statistics! That’s all I can say for now. My heart definitely goes out to you. Being a typical modern day American I’ve lost seven members of my close family to cancer. None of them opted for alternative treatment and they all died after being horribly tortured by surgeries, chemotherapy, and radiation.

Your reading this so obviously your looking for answers, and you will not be disappointed as long as your not duped into believing modern medicine has the only solutions. If your wanting to be lazy about this, well what can I say? Go ahead and get in the slaughter house line. Everybody else does, it must be right. Right? Not everyone. You’ll find that out if you research this thing even as much as you would buying a new car or a house. But be sure your looking in the right neighborhoods and not just going to one car dealer.

The answer is in alternative medicine although it may not seem as easy as taking pills or reporting to a hospital for surgery and/or chemotherapy treatments, which are guaranteed to totally devastate your already overworked immune system and completely destroy your quality of life. Alternative cancer treatments on the other hand do get results fast, without causing any harmful side affects.

My sincere best wishes to you and your loved ones in your battle with this God awful disease. Don’t forget, God is on your side in this fight. After all it’s only His natural cures that are going to ultimately heal you. The only other natural gift you need to win this battle is your God given intelligence, which you should take constant advantage of.


How long will the brittle peace at Labour’s conference survive? – (blog)

Labour conference is now firmly underway in Liverpool, as is the ‘World Transformed’ festival organised by Corbynite grassroots organisation Momentum. Labour MPs and long-time activists are wandering about in a state of bewilderment at the change forged in their party over the past year, perhaps best embodied by the joyful appearance of former Militant bigwig Derek Hatton in the conference hall. Hatton was wearing a press pass, which will leave Corbynistas bewildered: aren’t they supposed to hate journalists?

Everyone is trying to appear to be terribly nice to one another now that Corbyn has his even bigger mandate. Conversations between members of different factions rather resemble the afternoon tea scene in the ‘Importance of Being Earnest’, with both sides serving what has only the appearance of sweet tea. Chuka Umunna this morning complained on the Marr Show that people shouldn’t be talking about deselections in the Labour party and instead the focus should be on winning elections. What he really meant was that any attempts locally to deselect Labour MPs such as Peter Kyle and Stella Creasy would undermine the party’s aim to win general elections.

Corbyn himself argued in a reassuring voice that the ‘vast majority’ of Labour MPs had nothing to fear when it came to mandatory reselections. He ‘wished them well’ and said:

‘Let’s have a democratic discussion and I think the vast majority of MPs will have no problem whatsoever.’

It might have sounded as though he was trying to cheer the MPs up, but what they heard was that he felt that a small minority really did have something to worry about. The Labour leader also made it quite clear that he isn’t going to try to live up to the tests that the moderate MPs have set out for him in their qualified congratulatory statements about him winning for a second time: he was quite happy to plough the same furrow he always has on defence and national security. The real message is: you MPs who caused this leadership contest now need to be quiet, while I will ignore all the concerns you raised.

Another way of ignoring concerns from MPs and other traditional powerbases in the Labour party is to bypass the party’s ruling council, the NEC, when it comes to policy. Corbyn himself hinted at this in his interview, saying he wanted to give power to activists and put party conference at the ‘centre of concluding policy debates’. Which is another way of handing power to the people who agree with him.

Iain McNicol, the party’s general secretary, was greeted by a shout of ‘resign!’ from the conference audience as he started his speech. He too had some coded messages about the state of the party, lavishing praise on MPs and reminding those listening of Labour’s clause one, which is that the party was founded ‘to win elections and form governments’.

Now the evening fringes are underway and conference drinking is underway. Perhaps the rule of in vino veritas will apply and the different sides in the fractured Labour party will start to say what they really think of one another. Either way, the brittle peace is unlikely to last for very long.

This is from tonight’s Evening Blend, a free nightly round-up of all the day’s political developments. Sign up here.

Can India’s Tigers Survive?

Can India’s tigers survive against the huge odds stacked against them? Do they really stand a chance against rampant poaching, habitat destruction, loss of prey and killings by villagers? Nearly a century ago there were over forty thousand tigers in India. True many were hunted by Westerners and Indian lords decades ago but India still had thousands left at the time of its independence in 1947. Still they continued to be shot down by anybody who owned a rifle and could buy a bait to attract the tiger. Villagers grazing their herds through forests ensured that the natural prey of tiger starved to death and thus so did tigers. As a result, by early 1970’s less than two thousand tigers remained in the jungles of India.

Fortunately for the striped sufferer, the Indian prime minister at that time, Indira Gandhi, took action and founded Project Tiger, to save her country’s most valued asset from total extinction. For the next two decades there was a lull and tigers flourished under renewed protection in designated reserves. As a result their numbers reportedly increased to four thousand. But that was all to change in the nineties. Tiger poaching picked up. Organized gangs took advantage of the inherent laziness and corruption that ran through the ranks of park rangers and officials. As a result, tigers started disappearing. Some of the most well known, photographed and magnificent animals faded away. Some reserves like the famous ‘Sariska’ reserve, just a couple of hours drive from the Indian capital New Delhi, protected by three hundred rangers, was wiped clean of its dozens of tigers. Similarly tigers began vanishing from internationally renowned parks like Ranthambore and Kanha, visited by thousands of tourists yearly from around the world!

While all this was going on and calls were being made by respected scientists and conservationists like Valmik Thapar and Belinda Wright to urgently protect the tiger, the administration of Project Tiger, relying on obsolete methods of tiger counting like pug mark identification, continued to deny that any tigers were missing. hereafter newer initiatives have been taken by the Indian government and newer guidelines created, further weakening the power of tiger preservation organizations of India. Politicians are now trying to facilitate people back into tiger reserves, bringing further catastrophe to the delicate ecosystems of India’s shrinking tiger reserves.

The problems that tigers face are many. First is the issue of poaching that continues unchecked owing to the negligence of underpaid, ill-equipped, outnumbered and unfit forest guards. Laws protecting the wildlife are weak. Furthermore there is a huge demand for tiger skins and parts in China, Far eastern Asia including Hong Kong, Thailand and Burma, and Tibet. Each individual tiger can bring hundreds of dollars to the poor villagers and people of India, many of which live at under a dollar a day.

Then there is the issue of human encroachment into tiger territory. Indian economy is expanding and population is increasing. It already has around one billion people and is set to become the most populous country in the world in coming years. Farmers and villagers are living at the borders of, and often right inside, parks. They graze their herds through jungles resulting in the depletion of natural food for the ungulates of forests that are chief components of a tiger’s diet. As a result the starving tigers take to attacking cattle and at times humans. This brings them into conflict with locals who take no time in poisoning partially eaten tiger kills. When the big cat returns to feed upon the carcass, it dies.

Thirdly and perhaps most importantly is the attitude of Indian administration. Not sufficient concrete and long term measures are being taken by the government while tigers continue to be slaughtered in most of the so-called ‘protected areas’ of Indian tiger reserves. In the end, this may prove to be the final nail in the coffin of the Bengal Tiger.

All of this brings one to a single rational derivation – do tigers really stand a realistic chance in India? The latest census reports a total figure of around fourteen hundred animals. Nearly two hundred and fifty animals are being killed yearly. So in all probability, at the current rate of extinction, the Royal Bengal Tiger will be lost forever from Indian wilderness in the next decade. Unless of course there is a miraculous turn around in the way that conservation efforts are being run.

Obviously it will continue to be featured in zoos around the world. Acting as a spectacle for the human race. Rewilding projects will be talked about, planned and even possibly undertaken but will certainly be near impossible to conduct on a large scale. If the people of India don’t wake up now to save their most sublime asset, they must realize that they will lose it forever in the blink of an eye.

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