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It goes both ways: The multi-directional relationships between selenium levels and breast cancer.

It goes both ways: The multi-directional relationships between selenium levels and breast cancer.

Common knowledge be damned. Despite a healthy lifestyle, regular cancer screening exams, efforts to balance work, family and self-realization comes the diagnosis: breast cancer. Mammograms, biopsies, more blood tests to inform the therapeutic strategy. Then, the prognosis. Many factors affect the expected outcome of cancer therapy. These include age, tumor size, tumor stage, lymph node involvement, overweight among many others.

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A little drop’ll do you, especially on dreary days

A little drop’ll do you, especially on dreary days

Some days are sunnier than others. In fall and winter, the days are naturally shorter so we try to stay comfy and cozy indoors. Maybe we get more sleep. No matter what we try, the colder the weather gets, the more frequent infections become. That's the time of year to start taking care to boost your immune system. That's also where vitamin D3 – a major player in human health – comes into play.

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biosyn’s CEO proud about Panama. selenase® T peroral now approved for sale there.

biosyn’s CEO proud about Panama. selenase® T peroral now approved for sale there.

At the beginning of the year, biosyn announced that Panama’s National Department of Pharmacy and Drugs at its Ministry of Health had approved selenase® T peroral (500 µg). This new marketing authorization for the oral form of selenium comes in addition to the previous approval by the Central American country of selenase 500 μg injection solution. These pharmaceuticals are indicated to treat clinically proven selenium deficiency that cannot be compensated by nutritional sources.

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A tale of two subunits: KLH 1 and KLH 2 in Immucothel

A tale of two subunits: KLH 1 and KLH 2 in Immucothel

Themes of earthly duality have been inspirations throughout history, for example, compelling Charles Dickens to write about two contrasting cities, Goethe’s character Faust to lament the two competing souls in his breast and Shakespeare’s Hamlet to confront the choice between life and death. The exploration of dichotomies by novelists and poets has produced great works of literature and expanded our insights into the human situation. The same holds true for researchers and science.

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Pandemic proportions with a complexity of multiple risks and indicators

Pandemic proportions with a complexity of multiple risks and indicators

No other co-condition is such a compounder and confounder of morbidity and mortality for every and any incurrent disease. Its inherent risk runs the entire gamut from cancer, heart disease, Alzheimer’s, inflammatory bowel disease, clinical depression, infections and now even to COVID-19. The likelihood of a worse outcome is elevated exponentially by this condition. Did you say “smoking”? No, it’s the epidemic of obesity that has rapidly spread around the globe in the past decades.

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Understanding lymphedema: A glass full of perspectives

Understanding lymphedema: A glass full of perspectives

One’s outlook on life can often easily be determined by their answer to the question: “Is the glass half empty or half-full.” The person that sees the glass half-full is deemed an optimist. When Prof. Jalid Sehouli of the renowned Charité Medical Center in Berlin imparts his knowledge about lymphedema, one can sense the passion he has for the subject – and his optimism about the potential for good outcomes.

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When the quality of every second of life left is paramount: selenase

When the quality of every second of life left is paramount: selenase

The tragedy of terminal illness can strike anyone at any age – young or old. Diagnoses associated with unexpectedly shorter survival rates that bring life to a more imminent close can include cancer or other serious diseases afflicting organs like the liver, stomach or breast. Palliative care is indicated when the condition is life-limiting and incurable. According to the WHO, this approach should prevent and relieve suffering, but above all manage pain and other physical, psychosocial and spiritual problems.

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Want the complex facts on selenase and vitamin C compatibility?

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Long before selenium was dubbed a potential panacea, Linus Pauling had popularized the use of another powerful antioxidant for health and medicine. Descendent from Prussian farmers and winner of an amazing total of two unshared Nobel Prizes, Pauling can be called the father of vitamin C and a pioneer in scientifically proving the significance of micronutrients to public health.

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Knowing labor pains can be relieved. MEPTID helps make deliveries safer for mother and baby.

Pregnancy is a happy state of mind. For some mothers, though, the months leading up to their delivery date is not without trepidation. The fact that intense labor pains can be alleviated gives comfort to many women who are nervous about their “big day”. Meptazinol, the active ingredient in the synthetic opioid MEPTID, is being is long been used because of its good safety profile and many positive benefits.

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The right selenase dose for lymphedema patients. Helping cleanse the body for greater quality of life.

The right selenase dose for lymphedema patients. Helping cleanse the body for greater quality of life.

A vast network of lymph nodes, conduit vessels and white blood cells circulating in a clear colorless fluid interconnects the filtering organs of the body. Thymus, spleen and tonsils toil in unison to drain excess fluid, filter out waste products and distribute infection-fighters throughout the body. Problems with this major part of the circulatory and immune systems arise when the flow of lymphatic fluid is obstructed.

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selenase dose chart for oncology patients. Leading the way in efficacious supplementation therapy.

selenase dose chart for oncology patients. Leading the way in efficacious supplementation therapy.

Bodies ravaged by cancer and chemotherapy have special needs for care and micronutrition. Tumorous diseases extract their toll on the supply of essential minerals to the tissues. Neoplastically transformed cells are not only under attack by the tumor, but also by the various drugs administered to fight the malignant spread. While these processes are going on, cancer patients are at a much higher risk of being depleted of vital micronutrients like selenium.

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