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Nov 3 2017

Relapse Prevention #relapse #prevention, #dual #diagnosis, #dual #recovery, #double #trouble, #relapse, #dra, #12 #step #programs,

# This information on relapse prevention recovery tools is general in nature is merely suggestive. It is based on the combined practical experience of various DRA members represents some of the tools techniques they have used as part of their dual recovery. People in dual recovery learn to identify the warning signs that may lead to a lapse in their abstinence and take positive steps to stay clean and sober. At the same time, they follow a practical plan that addresses their emotional or psychiatric illness in a positive and constructive way. The quicker they learn to spot these signs …

Sep 23 2017

Cord blood banking – Canadian Cancer Society #benefits #of #cord #blood #banking, #cancer #information #diagnosis

# Cord blood banking Stem cells are collected from the umbilical cord shortly after the baby is born. They are separated from the cord blood, frozen and stored until they are needed. Cord blood banks or programs usually process and store cord blood. Collecting cord blood The mother gives permission to have the baby’s cord blood collected. Right after the baby is born, the umbilical cord is clamped. The cord is cleaned with an antiseptic solution. A needle is inserted into the umbilical vein of the cord. Blood is withdrawn through the needle into a sterile container, which contains a …

Sep 13 2017

Ductal Carcinoma in Situ (DCIS) Breast Cancer: Johns Hopkins Breast Center #invasive #ductal #carcinoma #in

# Ductal Carcinoma in Situ (DCIS) What is ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS)? Ductal Carcinoma in Situ (DCIS) is non-invasive breast cancer. Because it is limited to being inside the duct of the breast, it is classified as being Stage 0 . What are the symptoms of DCIS? DCIS has no accompanying symptoms. This form of breast cancer is found on a mammogram. The image of the breast appears as though it has microcalcifications that are irregular in shape (versus spherical) and are clustered tightly together. That cluster could be DCIS or ADH, so a biopsy is recommended. There are …

Aug 21 2017

Complete Blood Count Tests #cancer #diagnosis #blood #test

# A complete blood count (CBC) is a common blood test that your doctor may recommend for the following reasons: To help diagnose some blood cancers, such as leukemia and lymphoma Find out if cancer has spread to the bone marrow Determine how a person’s body is handling cancer treatment To diagnose other, noncancerous conditions If you are receiving chemotherapy, your doctor will likely monitor your blood cell counts often using CBCs. What a complete blood count measures A CBC measures the amount of three types of cells in your blood: White blood cell count. A white blood cell count, …

Aug 13 2017

Neck Pain and Shoulder Pain Symptoms and Causes #neck #pain, #shoulder #pain, #neck #and #shoulder

# Pain Management: Neck and Shoulder Pain Neck and shoulder pain can be classified in many different ways. Some people experience only neck pain or only shoulder pain, while others experience pain in both areas. What Causes Neck Pain? Causes of neck pain include: What Causes Shoulder Pain? The shoulder is a ball and socket joint with a large range of movement. Such a mobile joint tends to be more susceptible to injury. Shoulder pain can stem from one or more of the following causes: Strains from overexertion Tendonitis from overuse Shoulder joint instability Dislocation Collar or upper arm bone …

Jul 31 2017

South Carolina Dual Diagnosis Treatment Programs – Dual Diagnosis Treatment Centers South Carolina – Dual

# Dual Diagnosis Treatment Centers in South Carolina Dual Diagnosis Treatment Centers Formerly known as dual diagnosis or dual disorder, co-occurring disorders describe the presence of two or more disorders at the same time. For example, a person may suffer substance abuse as well as bipolar disorder. Dual Diagnosis in South Carolina or dual disorder in South Carolina is the condition of suffering from a mental illness and a substance abuse problem. Just as the field of treatment for substance use and mental disorders has evolved to become more precise, so too has the terminology used to describe people with …

Jul 24 2017

Alcoholic Neuropathy Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatments and Causes #alcoholic #neuropathy, #symptoms, #diagnosis, #misdiagnosis, #treatment, #prevention, #prognosis

# Alcoholic Neuropathy Alcoholic Neuropathy: Introduction Alcoholic neuropathy is a complication of alcohol abuse or alcoholism. In alcoholic neuropathy, the nerves are damaged due to long-term ingestion of alcohol. Alcoholic neuropathy can affect many parts of the body including the muscles, legs, feet, bladder, gastrointestinal system, and reproductive system. Alcoholic neuropathy generally develops slowly over a long period as ongoing ingestion of alcohol damages the nerves of the body. Symptoms of alcoholic neuropathy can include sensations of pain. numbness. tingling, or prickling. Symptoms may also include numbness and muscle weakness. Other symptoms can affect the function of certain organs, such …

Jul 12 2017

Mesothelioma Treatment – Resources for Mesothelioma Patients #mesothelioma #information, #malignant #mesothelioma #peritoneal #cancer #treatment #information

MESOTHELIOMA For those diagnosed with mesothelioma. an asbestos-related cancer of the lining of the lung (pleura) or the lining of the abdominal cavity (peritoneum), finding a credible source of information about the disease itself and the medical options available, is of the highest priority. After years of research and synthesis of information, we have assembled a web site and packet for patients and their loved ones. We hope you find this web site helpful. A mesothelioma diagnosis can be overwhelming, and we are here to answer any questions you might have, and to help you take the steps necessary to …

Jul 2 2017

Hepatitis C Treatments for Acute and Chronic Hepatitis C #, #chronic #hcv #infection, #chronic #hepatitis

# Treatment Overview You may or may not receive treatment for hepatitis C. depending on: How damaged your liver is. Other health conditions you have. How much hepatitis C virus you have in your body. What type (genotype ) of hepatitis C you have. The medicines used to treat hepatitis C can cause serious side effects, are expensive, and don’t work for everyone. Being diagnosed with hepatitis C can change your life. You may need help and support to cope with the illness. For more information, see Home Treatment . Treatment of short-term (acute) hepatitis C Most people who have …