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Secondary Immunodeficiency Disease (post allogeneic SCT for MCL)   They say that necessity is the mother of invention, archaic, yes, but applied often to the human experience.

Thus, it is my pleasure to admit that my recent introduction and use of ESSENTIAL OILs comes as a result of and in relief of my chronic bouts of bronchitis…
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bac·te·ri·o·phage

/bakˈtirēəˌfāj/
▶ a virus that parasitizes a bacterium by infecting it and reproducing inside it.
As a long term cancer patient in CR (continuous remission) since January 2010, my internal radar scans for information about immune system issues to fight infections of all types.


After all, soon after my April 2006 diagnosis (DX) with mantle cell lymphoma (MCL), I learned that the root cause of lymphoma is inflammation (runaway growth of normal cells) within the lymphatic system.One of the most common family of drugs that are used to fight inflammation in the body is ANTIBIOTICS.


But medical headline news has well documented that traditional antibiotics are less available and less affected.Medical science has a compelling need to come up with alternatives.Under the title of this posts, a story is amplified about how that is happening…
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MCL by the numbers today

MAX WOOD, one of the frequent contributors to message board and social media sites about mantle cell lymphoma (MCL), has compiled the following data.  Like me, Max is an MCL survivor.
1. MCL is about .25% of all cancers diagnosed.  Here is how I arrived at this number.  There are about 2M cancer cases a year in the U.S.  There are about 80 forms of NHL and about 75K cases a year.  MCL is about 5% to 6% of all NHL, which works out to be about 5,000 cases a year.  All numbers are rounded and estimates from various sources.
2. The National Cancer Institute (NCI) spends about $5B a year on cancer research.  $122M is spent on NHL.  I have not been able to find numbers for MCL research.
3. Pharma spends about $68B.  I am not clear if this is worldwide or in the U.S.  This is an old number from 2008.
4. Non-profits, which include research groups, universities and other related organizations (LLS, LRF, American Cancer Society, etc.) spend about $100B.  By the way, there are upwards of about …

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JUST ARCHIVED (something of interest to CANSWERISTS like me)What follows is the embedded PDF of a medical journal that details research on lymphoma patients like me who were given a continuous and prolonged dosage of the drug Rituxan during chemotherapy, again like me.  To summarize, the article explains how these patients have experienced routine and steady drops in the immunoglobulin levels as a result of the Rituxan.  Yes, that describes me.

But all things considered, I am most grateful for the prolong remission from cancer (since 2010), even with the resulting immunodeficiency that the cancer treatment caused.  Others, like me, I am sure also remain grateful. width="400" height="980"> Our August 2007 allogeneic stem cell transplant for mantle cell lymphoma has a postscript of more than 8 years of continuous remission.

Happy to count myself among those here who can express appreciation for the great, lif…

In good company

Although I am more than 12 years into the post-cancer (mantle cell lymphoma) diagnosis (DX) and confirmed, sustained remission (since 2010), I have not always been faithful about periodic and routine updates at this site (Blog For A Cure), but making an archive link of the above story prompts this update.