By Ralph W. Moss
Learn the way antioxidants lessen the side-effects of chemotherapy and will even make it more suitable.
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To enhance the results, a dye was injected into my vein, which I could feel moving its way down from my ears. And then I wet myself. In my horriﬁed panic, I forgot I could talk to the radiographer in the control room, and just ﬂailed an arm around helplessly. She calmly explained that the feeling was just a common, but misleading side-effect of the dye, and however convinced I was otherwise, nothing had happened. Not something they could have warned me about then. Next on the list was a liver ultrasound.
41 Unfortunate then perhaps, for his legacy that Halsted should now be seen by many as the epitome of that contemptible band, the ‘heroic’ surgeons, and their arrogant, gung-ho pursuit of accolades. Following her operation, my mother underwent ovarian ablation by radiotherapy, for which she was admitted for three days to Christie Hospital, Manchester. The impossibility of more children was discussed with her extremely seriously. That she would enter instant menopause was not, although, as she might suffer a few hot ﬂushes and ‘some discomfort’, she was offered hormone-replacement therapy (HRT), which Joanna Baines 21 she declined.
P. R. Allison of Oxford confessed to similar doubts in an address dealing with ‘The Future of Thoracic Surgery’, delivered to the Society of Thoracic Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland in October 1965. ‘Carcinoma of the lung is treated by surgery now as well as it ever will be treated by surgery’, he argued. 34 Neither was this attitude unique to Britain. In the discussion following Barrett’s opening speech at the Midhurst symposium, J. S. 36 Surgeons had developed the ﬁrst promising operations for this oncerare disease in the 1930s.
Antioxidants Against Cancer (Ralph Moss on Cancer) by Ralph W. Moss