If left untreated, melanoma can be fatal. Luckily, there are a host of options that can prevent this.
: 2008-12-17 10:43:53
Metastasized melanoma â€¦
Metastasized melanoma cancer treatment results after being treated with alternative complementary and holistic health care
This is a testimonial from metastasized melanoma cancer survivor patient at Sanoviv Medical Insitute, a holistic and complementary alternative health care facility.\r\n\r\nMetastasized melanoma cancer treatments are available at Sanoviv Medical Institute. Our facility has never had a single staph infection, which is the 5th leading cause of death in the US. This is due to the cleanliness of our facility. You can expect to recover from your surgery faster than other hospitals due to the fact that prior to surgery or cancer treatment, you will receive a highly nutritional diet of organic foods and detoxification treatments. Visit our site to learn more about metastasized melanoma cancer treatment.\r\n\r\nOur diagnostics focus on the root cause of your illness, not the symptoms. We recognize and honor the powerful role that the mind plays in health and healing. We use proven complementary medical and mind-body solutions to eliminate disease, we don\\\'t mask symptoms with drugs and unnecessary medical procedures. Our medical doctors are trained in traditional, holistic, complementary and alternative medical treatments.\r\n\r\nSanoviv provides care and treatment for other degenerative diseases. Visit www.Sanoviv.com or call 800-726-6848 to speak to an admission specialist.\r\n
: 2008-12-17 09:58:00
Wide Excision and Sentinel â€¦..
The incidence of melanoma is increasing at a rate higher than any other cancer. While it currently accounts for approximately four percent of skin cancers, it causes the most skin cancer deaths. The American Cancer Society estimates that in 2006 there will be 62,190 new cases of melanoma in the United States and about 7,910 people will die of this disease. On November 7 at 5 p.m. EST, Edward Levine, M.D., professor of surgical oncology at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center, and colleagues will perform a wide excision and sentinel lymph node mapping procedure for a melanoma during a live webcast. Surgical oncologists John Stewart, M.D. and Perry Shen, M.D. will moderate the webcast and...