Volume 1 Issue 5
Randomized Controlled Trial on the Effectiveness of Yoga in Breast Cancer Patients Receiving Adjuvant Radiation and/or Chemotherapy Following Breast Surgery
Lauren Sackett, Molly Nelson, Karen Y. Wonders Ph D, FACSM*
The purpose of this investigation was to examine the effect of yoga on improvements in range of motion and muscular strength in women with stage I or II breast cancer receiving adjuvant radiotherapy and/or chemotherapy following breast surgery, and compare these values to a traditional resistance training program. A total of 77 newly diagnosed stage II and III breast cancer patients undergoing surgery followed by adjuvant radiation and/or chemotherapy participated in this investigation. Participants were randomized into an intervention group (yoga) and control group (traditional strength training).
Role of Immunotherapy for H. pylori in Gastric Cancer
Timothy Allen, MD, Ph.D*, Giridhar M.N.V, MD,MBA, Ghazaleh Shoja E Razavi MD
Gastric cancer is a widely well-known challenging health problem in the world, which has been deemed associated with Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori). H. pylori avoid the endogenous immune reactions. . An effective production of antibody against H. pylori is critical. There are known conventional as well as experimental treatments associated with against H. pylori. Immune therapy may be considered a cornerstone of treatments. Immunization against H. pylori may be deemed as safe and effective among many populations.