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Doctor insights on: Alternative Treatments For Ewings Sarcoma

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Treatment for retroperitoneal scarcomas?

Treatment for retroperitoneal scarcomas?

Consult doctor: You need to consult a good oncologist for the answer to that question. ...Read more

Dr. Ilya Iofin
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Ewing's Sarcoma (Definition)

Ewing’s sarcoma, typically starts in the long bones, but can start in other tissues and muscles as a primitive neuroectodermal tumor. It is the third most common primary bone cancer occurring most frequently in children and teenagers. Treatment consists of neoadjuvant chemotherapy, with vincristine, doxorubicin, and cyclophosphamide following surgical resection. 5 ...Read more


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How successful are treatments for non-hodgkin's lymphoma?

How successful are treatments for non-hodgkin's lymphoma?

"Very": In general (generalizing 40+ lymphomas), nhl is very responsive to chemotherapy. Refractory (non-responsive) nhl is bad. Not all nhl is curable (eg follicular lymphoma), but even in those cases people often do well with continued treatments and/or maintenance therapy. There are some very difficult/bad lymphomas such as ptcl and lymphomas can cause bad symptoms at diagnosis such as svc syndrome. ...Read more

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For a synovial sarcoma are imatinib or everolimusm effective?

For a synovial sarcoma are imatinib or everolimusm effective?

These have no: Established role in front line therapy. Are they being offered on a clinical trial? Both are costly, and possibly of theoretic use. Ask for the strength of the data (it will be called a phase ii trial), . ...Read more

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How effective are chemo treatments for leukemia?

How effective are chemo treatments for leukemia?

Leukemia Treatment: Leukemia response to treatment depends on many factors, but the most powerful are: (1) type of leukemia, (2) genetic mutations in leukemia cells, (3) age of the patient, and (4) fitness of the patient. For some leukemias, like APL, most people are cured. In CML, the leukemia can be kept at bay for many years with an oral pill. Most patients with CLL are just watched closely and never treated. ...Read more

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Are there treatment guidelines for bone metastases?

Are there treatment guidelines for bone metastases?

It hard to: Cancer moving to the bone is hard to dicuss in few line, i will provide you with a link could help you.Good luck thank you. ...Read more

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Are there any treatment options for ?Advanced stage uterine cancer patients?

Are there any treatment options for ?Advanced stage uterine cancer patients?

Radiation, surgery : And chemotherapy: even non-curable cancer may be kept under control with current treatments. If the cancer is too far advanced for control there still are treatments to keep the patient comfortable through palliative and hospice care. ...Read more

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What are some alternative cures and treatments for medulloblastoma tumors?

What are some alternative cures and treatments for medulloblastoma tumors?

None...: Depending on the type and stage, a combination of surgery, radiation and systemic chemotherapy will be required to cure someone of medulloblastoma. There are no alternative cures or treatments for this disease. ...Read more

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Wat is the better treatment for ewing sarcoma cancer?

Combo chemo/surgery.: Systemic chemotherapy with doxorubicin, ifosfamide, etoposide, and vincristine is effective and done before limb saving surgery. Peripheral primary lesions (below the elbow and mid-calf) can have a 5 year survival of 80%. Even metatstatic disease has a 25-40% cure rate with high dose therapy and stem cell transplant. ...Read more

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What are some alternative treatments for a glioblastoma brain tumor?

What are some alternative treatments for a glioblastoma brain tumor?

Combination: I would never suggest fighting any tumor alone with alternative therapies but as combination therapy with conventional medicine; i would definitely add large quantities of food enzymes on an empty stomach with solid organic nutrition and i would add protandim to eliminate oxidative stress. Tag me in email thru my website and check protandim www.Medacpc.Com. ...Read more

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What are the treatment options for metastatic breast cancer?

What are the treatment options for metastatic breast cancer?

It Depends: It depends on the "personality" of the cancer, ie whether it has the estrogen receptor, Progesterone receptor, or her2. It also depends on where the cancer is. Er+ cancer that has spread only to bone can often be treated with anti-estrogen pills alone, while cancer in the liver, lungs or brain often requires chemotherapy. Women can live for years with metastatic breast cancer. ...Read more

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What are the treatments for metastatic colorectal cancer?

What are the treatments for metastatic colorectal cancer?

Chemo & RARE sx/rads: Chemo represents answers one through nine, however, if one has a solitary metastasis in the liver that is able to be surgically removed safely, this could be answer 10. Also, focused radiation (cyberknife or radiosugery as it it called) can sometimes be used to treat isolated mets if surgery is not possible. ...Read more

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How effective are Cetuximab injections for treating colon cancer?

How effective are Cetuximab injections for treating colon cancer?

Some response: Erbitux was one of the first monoclonals develoed. It targets epidermal growth Factor 1 and is used in metastatic colon Ca that has the wild mutated KRAS. The best response is like Herceptin (trastuzumab) where this epidermal growth factor 2 mAb requires added chemo. As such when Colon Ca is treated with Erbitux + chemo there is an improvement in response for a number of months. No cures have been seen. ...Read more

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Is there alternative treatment for liver metastases beside chemotheraphy?

Is there alternative treatment for liver metastases beside chemotheraphy?

It depends: There are some cancers that respond well to chemoembolization. Some can respond to radioembolization. Some localized areas can be treated with cryo or hyperthermia probes. Even stereotactic radiation. It depends on the cancer and other factors. In some responsive rumors chemo might be best. In a single lesion surgery might be the answer. Check with your doctor for the best approach. ...Read more

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Is surgery or chemotherapy more effective for treating cancer?

Is surgery or chemotherapy more effective for treating cancer?

Yes: There are literally thousands of different types of cancer and even when the type's the same, how far it's gotten determines what's best. If it's spread, removing part of it won't be curative. If it's local and can be removed, go for it -- still the best option most of the time. Don't forget radiation. ...Read more

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Are there any alternatives to chemotherapy treatment for metastic colon cancer?

Are there any alternatives to chemotherapy treatment for metastic colon cancer?

Yes: While chemo like FOLFOX is transiently effective, more immunotherapeutic agents are showing good responses. Avastin (bevacizumab) a vascular endothelial growth factor inhibitor and Erbitux effecting epidermal growth factor 1 are working well as is the newer Neo-102 against the immunogenic protein. Chemo in conjuction with the biologics (immunochemo) is the best combo. ...Read more

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What are treatment options for somebody with metastatic melanoma?

What are treatment options for somebody with metastatic melanoma?

Melanoma treatment: The options would include- standard of care treatment vs clinical trials. Standard of care will include: ipilimumab ( yervoy) vs vemurafenib (zelboraf) if there is mutated b-raf receptor on melanoma cells vs il-2 for a very limited type of patients vs palliative care ( hospice ). See more info at www.Cancer.Gov and/or www.Nccn.Com.Discuss with you oncologist the best option for you. ...Read more

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How are gamma rays used for cancer treatment?

How are gamma rays used for cancer treatment?

Radiation dose: Gamma rays, a name for electromagnetic radiation emitted by atoms, are used to treat cancer in many ways. For example radioactive isotopes of iodine or palladium atoms are used to treat prostate cancer, by putting in the radioactivity directly into the prostate. ...Read more

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Sarcoma (Definition)

By definition, it is malignant (i.e., being locally invasive and at least theoreticlally capable of metastasizing), and arises from / mimics muscle or connective tissue elements that are not marrow or immune / white cells. The sarcomas are a tremendously varied and troublesome family of tumors, though thankfully less common than carcinomas and the leukemia / ...Read more