Fiber-based formulations appear to lower the odds for the disease, non-fiber products seem to raise them
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I am a massage therapist and I had cancer. A massage always feels good. I say go for it. Some argue that it can make the cancer spread. The chemo is going to kill the cancer. And I am sure she had the tumor removed. I got them as much as possible because it made me feel good.
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by drstilldc on Sat May 26, 2012 08:07 PM
I agree with you. as a chiropractor inLongview, WA massage- http://www.drstilldc.com -is something i reccomend to my patients when they are battling cancer. I tihnk that with the seriousness of cancer really anything you can do to help your chances is going te be great. It is so important to find somebody who does have training and can give you the best treatment.
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