Author: Magdalena Graf-Ruegg
Die Autorin erkrankte 1976 an Brustkrebs. Nach anfänglicher Angst, Ungewi€heit und Trauer beschäftigten sie hoffnungsvolle Fragen: Lohnt es sich zu kämpfen, statt zu resignieren? Könnte diese Krankheit auch "Gutes" bringen? Kann neben Verzweiflung auch Hoffnung wachsen? Ihre künstlerische Begabung half ihr, anhand einer Reihe von Aquarellen auszudrücken, wie sie den Beginn der Krankheit erlebte und operative und chemotherapeutische Behandlung empfand. Die Schlichtheit und Wirklichkeitsnähe ihrer Bilder, kommentiert durch eigene kurze Texte und ausgewählte Dichterzitate, erregten erhebliches Aufsehen. Die Malerei half ihr, Krankheit und Behandlung positiv zu erleben und zu verarbeiten. Das Buch will Betroffenen und Betreuern helfen, inmitten von Krankheitsbedrohung und Ungewi€heit neue Kräfte zu schöpfen und Hoffnung zu gewinnen.
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Author: Magdalena Graf-Rüegg
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
A Shrinking Disease Due to Chronic Sexual Starvation What is cancer? Traditionally, medical science has thought of it as an invasive tumor arising spontaneously in an otherwise healthy organism. In contrast, Wilhelm Reich defines cancer not as a tumor--the tumor is merely a late manifestation of the disease--but as a systemic disease due to chronic thwarting of natural sexual functioning. In this radically different scientific investigation of a process that ends, literally, in the putrefaction of the living body due to chronic suffocation of the tissues, Reich has arrived at the conclusion that "cancer is the most significant somatic expression of the biophysiological effect of sexual stasis." If this is so, there is a far greater possibility for the prevention of cancer than for its treatment. The Cancer Biopathy is Volume II of The Discovery of the Orgone. Volume I is The Function of the Orgasm.
" If this is so, there is a far greater possibility for the prevention of cancer than for its treatment. The Cancer Biopathy is Volume II of The Discovery of the Orgone. Volume I is The Function of the Orgasm.
Author: Wilhelm Reich
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
Tolles Notizbuch für Krebspatienten und Krebs Survivors um sich Gedanken, Gefühle, Ereignisse, Schmerzen, Termine, Behandlungen und Hoffnungen zu notieren. Schreiben ist ein tolles Mittel zum Stressabbau und Stressbewältigung. Schreiben Sie sich Ihre Gefühle und Ihre Ängste von der Seele. Dokumentieren Sie Ihre Reise, ihren Leidensweg, ihren Kampf gegen den Krebs und lesen Sie später nach wie es Ihnen damals ging. Eine tolle Motivation um weiterzumachen, nicht aufzugeben und niemals die Hoffnung und den Glauben zu verlieren! Geheilte ehemalige Krebspatienten können ihre Tage im "Leben danach" dokumentieren und sich ihre Gedanken und Gefühle von der Seele schreiben. Dieses Krebs / Brustkrebs Notizbuch ist das perfekte Geschenk für geliebte Menschen die mit dem Krebs kämpfen oder den Kampf gegen den Krebs bereits gewonnen haben. Handliche Größe ca A5 (6 x 9'' = 15,24 x 22,86 cm) 100 Seiten Ausreichend Platz für Einträge, Notizen, Termine und Gedanken Liniert Hochwertiges Hochglanz Design Softcover
Tolles Notizbuch für Krebspatienten und Krebs Survivors um sich Gedanken, Gefühle, Ereignisse, Schmerzen, Termine, Behandlungen und Hoffnungen zu notieren.
Author: Carolin Neitsch
Die positive Wirkung von Sport in der Krebsprävention ist bekannt. Doch auch bei Tumorpatienten, das belegen Studien, mindert Bewegungstraining die Symptome des Fatigue-Syndroms, verbessert das psychische Befinden und erhöht die Lebensqualität. Die Spezialisten des Herausgeber- und Autorenteams vermitteln praxis- und forschungssrelevantes Wissen zum Thema Krebserkrankung und Sport: vom Ausdauer- und Krafttraining, den Möglichkeiten der ärztlichen Verordnung von Bewegung bis hin zu den Einschränkungen bei den unterschiedlichen Behandlungsformen.
Die positive Wirkung von Sport in der Krebsprävention ist bekannt.
Author: Freerk Baumann
Pöppelmann , Krebs und Wasser . Ebenda . Bd . 4 . 33. Roesle , Sonderkatalog für die Gruppe Statistik der wissenschaftlichen Abteilung der Internat .
Cancer Advisory Council ... In a criminal prosecution Ernst T . Krebs , Jr . , and the John Boord Memorial Foundation , sponsors of Laetrile , were charged ...
Author: California. Cancer Advisory Council
This is the first volume of a comprehensive scientific biography of Hans Krebs, one of the world's foremost biochemists. It treats his childhood, his medical education and scientific apprenticeship under Otto Warburg, his emergence as an independent investigator, and his discovery of the urea cycle in 1932. This early achievement, and his discovery of the citric acid cycle, are viewed as foundations for the modern structure of intermediary metabolism. During the writing of this fascinating history, the author had access to a complete set of Krebs' laboratory notebooks that reveal the daily dimensions of scientific creativity. Based in addition on many personal interviews with its subject, the Krebs biography is certain to interest and intrigue biochemists and historians of science alike. Volume 2: Hans Krebs: Architect of Intermediary Metabolism 1933-37, will appear in spring, 1993.
The main reason Warburg gave for his decision was that he wanted Krebs to follow through with the study of human cancer tissue. Krebs accepted the extension ...
Author: Frederic Lawrence Holmes
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
Category: Biography & Autobiography
The invasion of managed care worries Krebs in another way : she believes preventive care is getting pushed to the side . “ I run a cancer prevention ...
The extraordinary story of the Nazi-era scientific genius who discovered how cancer cells eat—and what it means for how we should. The Nobel laureate Otto Warburg—a cousin of the famous finance Warburgs—was widely regarded in his day as one of the most important biochemists of the twentieth century, a man whose research was integral to humanity’s understanding of cancer. He was also among the most despised figures in Nazi Germany. As a Jewish homosexual living openly with his male partner, Warburg represented all that the Third Reich abhorred. Yet Hitler and his top advisors dreaded cancer, and protected Warburg in the hope that he could cure it. In Ravenous, Sam Apple reclaims Otto Warburg as a forgotten, morally compromised genius who pursued cancer single-mindedly even as Europe disintegrated around him. While the vast majority of Jewish scientists fled Germany in the anxious years leading up to World War II, Warburg remained in Berlin, working under the watchful eye of the dictatorship. With the Nazis goose-stepping their way across Europe, systematically rounding up and murdering millions of Jews, Warburg awoke each morning in an elegant, antiques-filled home and rode horses with his partner, Jacob Heiss, before delving into his research at the Kaiser Wilhelm Society. Hitler and other Nazi leaders, Apple shows, were deeply troubled by skyrocketing cancer rates across the Western world, viewing cancer as an existential threat akin to Judaism or homosexuality. Ironically, they viewed Warburg as Germany’s best chance of survival. Setting Warburg’s work against an absorbing history of cancer science, Apple follows him as he arrives at his central belief that cancer is a problem of metabolism. Though Warburg’s metabolic approach to cancer was considered groundbreaking, his work was soon eclipsed in the early postwar era, after the discovery of the structure of DNA set off a search for the genetic origins of cancer. Remarkably, Warburg’s theory has undergone a resurgence in our own time, as scientists have begun to investigate the dangers of sugar and the link between obesity and cancer, finding that the way we eat can influence how cancer cells take up nutrients and grow. Rooting his revelations in extensive archival research as well as dozens of interviews with today’s leading cancer authorities, Apple demonstrates how Warburg’s midcentury work may well hold the secret to why cancer became so common in the modern world and how we can reverse the trend. A tale of scientific discovery, personal peril, and the race to end a disastrous disease, Ravenous would be the stuff of the most inventive fiction were it not, in fact, true.
Krebs wasn't sure how to respond, but Hitler wasn't interested in his response. ... Both “cancer” and “Krebs” are derived from karkinos, the ancient Greek ...
Author: Sam Apple
Publisher: Liveright Publishing
Previous volumes in this series have discussed the current progression have identified a variety of targets and strategies state of our knowledge concerning the pathophysiology of to allow these goals to be realized. This volume critically cancer growth and progression. The complexity of the in reviews approaches towards cancer management in man at teraction of malignant neoplasms and the host, the the levels of: detection, diagnosis, surgery, radiology, heterogeneity of malignant cell subpopulations, and the chronobiology and endocrine treatment. existence of metastatic tumor cells resistant to drug thera Several chapters review selected methods of cancer diag pies remain as significant clinical challenges to clinical on nosis. In addition, a variety of on-going and novel ap cologists. Indeed, conventional treatment regimens of che proaches for cancer treatment are also presented in this volume. Progress in the early detection of malignant neo motherapy, surgery and radiology are often ineffective for the therapy of a large variety of established metastatic can plasms, coupled with novel approaches for the therapy of cer in patients. When one considers the insidiousness of such neoplasms, may ultimately yield safe and well-tolerated agents for the selective therapy of solid malignancies. New progressive neoplastic growth and the emergence of con tinuously more aggressive and malignant cellular subpop therapeutic approaches, directed towards the biochemical ulations one is overwhelmed with the challenges inherent in and molecular targets identified in the earlier volumes of this series, may ultimately lead to the generation of new mo attempting to control malignant neoplasms.
25, 1965 von Ardenne M: Uber die Bedeutung der Schädigungskettenreaktion im Rahmen des “Krebs-Mehrschritt-Therapie”Konzeptes. Klin Wochenschr 47:647, ...
Author: Alfred L. Goldson
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Cancer is a group of more than 200 diseases each of which, though different, attack some of the body's cells. Healthy cells that make up the body's tissues grow, divide and replace themselves in an orderly way to keep the body in good repair but toxic cancerous cells destroy the body. Cancer refers to all malignant tumours caused by the abnormal growth of a body cell or a group of cells. In men, cancer is usually found in the intestines, the prostate and the lungs. In women, it occurs mostly in the breast tissues, uterus, gallbladder and thyroid. The American Cancer Society has prescribed seven signs or danger signals in general which may indicate the presence of cancer. These are: a sore that does not heal; change in bowel or bladder habits; unusual bleeding or discharge; thickening or lump in breast or elsewhere; indigestion or difficulty in swallowing; obvious change in a wart or a mole a persistent and nagging cough or hoarseness. Other symptoms may include:
Dr. Houghton and her colleagues clearly demonstrated that the cancer ... DSc, then revived more than half a century ago by Ernst T. Krebs, Jr. Krebs said, ...
Author: Tony Kelbrat
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
An exhaustive analysis of the role of mitochondria in cancer, this book surveys the Warburg Hypothesis, mitochondrial structure and function, and then outlines the metabolic and molecular alterations in mitochondria that are associated with human cancer.
Krebs. Cycle. Enzymes. and. Inherited. Tumor. Susceptibility. SDH and FH catalyze two subsequent reactions in Krebs cycle (Tricarboxylic acid cycle, ...
Author: Keshav Singh
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
H. zur Hausen Das GenomPuzzle 2001 ) and " ABC der Fachbegriffe und Fremdwörter in der Krebsinformation " ( An A to Z of technical terms in cancer ...
Author: Deutsches Krebsforschungszentrum
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Principles of Stem Cell Biology and Cancer: Future Applications and Therapeutics Tarik Regad, The John van Geest Cancer Research Centre, Nottingham Trent University, UK, Thomas J. Sayers, Centre for Cancer Research, National Cancer Institute, Frederick, USA and Robert Rees The John van Geest Cancer Research Centre, Nottingham Trent University, UK The field of cancer stem cells is expanding rapidly, with many groups focusing on isolating and identifying cancer stem cell populations. Although some progress has been made developing efficient cancer therapies, targeting cancer stem cells remains one of the important challenges facing the growing stem cell research community. Principles of Stem Cell Biology and Cancer brings together original contributions from international experts in the field to present the very latest information linking stem cell biology and cancer. Divided into two parts, the book begins with a detailed introduction to stem cell biology with a focus on the characterization of these cells, progress that has been made in their identification, as well as future therapeutic applications of stem cells. The second part focuses on cancer stem cells and their role in cancer development, progression and chemo-resistance. This section of the book includes an overview of recent progress concerning therapies targeting cancer stem cells. Features: An authoritative introduction to the link between stem cell biology and cancer. Includes contributions from leading international experts in the field. Well-illustrated with full colour figures throughout. This book will prove an invaluable resource for basic and applied researchers and clinicians working on the development of new cancer treatments and therapies, providing a timely publication of high quality reviews outlining the current progress and exciting future possibilities for stem cell research.
... Kang and Pantel, 2013; Krebs et al., 2014). Their presence in the circulation represents the mechanism for the transport of cancer cells with metastatic ...
Author: Tarik Regad
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: HEALTH & FITNESS
pt.1 The science of cancer therapy --pt.2. The politics of cancer therapy.
“ Cancer , ” said Dr . Krebs , “ is properly described as one of the last outposts of mysticism in medical science . ” He was referring to the great wall of ...
Author: G. Edward Griffin
Publisher: Amer Media
Category: Health & Fitness