Hodgkin Lymphoma – R.L. (17 years old, male)

Diagnosis: Hodgkin lymphoma (Hodgkin’s Disease) „Last summer, our son R.L. was diagnosed with Hodgkin disease. We were at a loss what to do, what our options were; therefore we agreed to start chemotherapy. We did 5 chemotherapy sessions within 3 months. At first, he appeared to feel better, but then the secondary effects occurred: nervousness,…

Cancer – Traditional Treatments

At a specific time for each organ, its cells are replaced by new ones, a process taking place in the human body throughout its entire life. However, during these stages, internal and external factors may occur that cause the structural and functional alteration of the new cells. This excessive multiplication of the cells in a…

Cervical cancer

Chances of full recovery from cervical cancer are increased by an early diagnosis and a proper treatment. Thus is also avoided the surgical removal of the affected tissue by hysterectomy or by other procedures affecting the integrity of the genital apparatus. Age permitting, there are chances in some cases for a female patient to be…

Breast cancer

Breast cancer is a very common disease as old as civilisation. The hereditary factor, respectively the transmission of this type of cancer by way of genes, is one of the main triggering factors of the disease. Statistics and medical experience have shown that this type of cancer is also triggered by the prolonged administration of…

Pulmonary cancer – Lung cancer

From all major types of cancer lung cancer is the most frequent one and it has the biggest mortality rate, mostly because is very aggressive and invasive. In men lung cancer is the first cause of death and in women the second one, after breast cancer. In some countries, lung cancer has become the first…

Candidosis

Candida is a disease caused by the presence and the growth of the fungus named CANDIDA ALBICANS in  the body. Candida may spread to the skin, mouth, genital organs and stomach. From there, it may destroy any organ. It must be emphasized that the presence of this fungus is beneficent for the body, because it…

Cardiomyopathy

Cardiomyopathy, also called cardiopathy, is a disease of the myocardium, manifested by structure alterations of the cardiac muscle tissue, by cardiac activity disorder and reduction of the cardiac functions. As the cardiomyopathy develops, the heart’s capacity of pumping blood into the body consequently diminishes. If neglected, cardiomyopathy may cause: heart failure (because of myocardium deterioration,…

Causes of Chronic Diseases

The human being is healthy only during the intrauterine life. Upon the baby’s first breath, the cells of the body start to die. The human body has the ability to purify itself of the residue left by the death of the cells until the age of 17. After this age the human being loses this…