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Soroptimist International of Oxnard [SIO] Meeting — Speaker on Latest Developments in Cancer Treatments

Soroptimist International of Oxnard [SIO] Meeting — Speaker on Latest Developments in Cancer Treatments

Soroptimist International of Oxnard [SIO] will meet Wednesday, October 19th  at 7:30am at the Courtyard Marriott (600 Esplanade Drive, Oxnard) for their monthly program meeting. Alicia Zaragosa is the first Oncology Nurse Navigator in Western Ventura County. She works at St. John’s Cancer Center of Ventura County, where she helps guide cancer patients through the […]

4 Things You Should Know About The Anticancer Diet

4 Things You Should Know About The Anticancer Diet

The word “cancer” can’t help but invoke a sense of dread and fragility. Although heart disease still remains the number one killer in the country overall, pharmacy up until 2014 cancer overtook it in 22 states. Last year, symptoms there were 1.6 million new cases of cancer and it killed over 500,000 Americans. In light […]

Why Are Late Stage Cancers Rarely Operable?

Why Are Late Stage Cancers Rarely Operable?

This question originally appeared on Quora. Answer by Ramzi Amri, nurse MD, shop PhD, generic postdoctoral fellow in surgical oncology, Harvard Med and Mass General. Often the term “inoperable” is used not to indicate that it is physically impossible to operate on someone but that it’s no use. In other words: the risks and the […]

Dignity Health St. John’s Cancer Center of Ventura County to Host Cancer Survivors Day

Dignity Health St. John’s Cancer Center of Ventura County to Host Cancer Survivors Day

Aloe Vera Added to Prop. 65 List

Aloe Vera Added to Prop. 65 List

. There are two very different types of actors in the realm of making our economy tick. Entrepreneurs wake of every day trying to think of new ways to innovate, to expand, and thus create new jobs. Then there are the regulators in Sacramento who wake up every day thinking of new, creative ways to […]

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