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Claes-Gustaf Nordquist, M.D.

Questions concerning Cancer, Oncology, radiation Therapy, Tumours, Chemotherapy, Cytotoxic Drugs, Hormonal Therapy, Radiation Protection.

Sidharth Ghosh

I can motivate and inspire the cancer patients and their family members not to give up the fight and even provide them guidance and references of the doctors and medication depending on the type of cancer and area they are located

Dr M Khalid Munir

I can answer questions about the correct guideline for treatment of cancers to achieve best results. I can analyze signs and symptoms to identify cancer. I can tell about many good treatment methods recognized by American Cancer Society and NIH which have been developed recently through credible cancer research.

Doug Bank

I know a great deal about all aspect of testicular cancer. I am a testicular cancer survivor, and have run a testicular cancer website since 1996. If I do not know the answer to a question, I have access to a number of my own world-class experts to get the correct answer. Please note that I am not an expert when it comes to other cancers. If your question involves something other than testicular cancer or a cancer of that general region, please ask another expert.

Donald Higby, M.D.

I can answer almost all questions related to the treatment and natural course of most kinds of cancer, especially cancers of prostate, colon, lung and breast.

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2017-02-22 Luekemia:

Hi. Sorry for late response. Usually I respond in 24 hours but I forgot to respond to the earlier mail. Please send me the latest CT scan(plain or contrast. Preferably contrast CT) report on my mail medlifeasia@gmail

2017-02-11 ColonCancer:

I agree that with your history, your age and your family history you should have a screening colonoscopy every five years.  These recommendations are evolving, however, and some people are saying two negative

2017-01-28 Side Effects and Smoking:

That's a tough question!  There are some chemotherapy programs which might not show much change in the appearance of a person.  With the newer drugs and new drugs to combat side effects, sometimes very

2017-01-26 tumors in neck:

I would call it a tongue cancer. Such cancers often have a very bad prognosis. A good friend of mine in Finland - I have known him most of my life and his parents and my parents were also good friends

2017-01-25 tumors in neck:

I doubt very much that it is benign based on what you have written. If it is, which is probable, a cancer it is likely that radiation & chemotherapy is the best way to proceed in her case. Well the combination

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