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Nutritional intervention for cancer minimization

August 15, 2014

Diet has been linked to the pathogenesis of one in three cancers. Cancer remains a leading cause of death in contemporary society. Alteration to dietary habits may be helpful in reducing an individual’s risk of neoplasia. This paper examines how nutritional advice may be used as a cancer preventive measure in chiropractic clinics. (JCCA 1987;

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Multiple Myeloma presenting as sacroiliac joint pain: a case report

June 03, 2014

Multiple Myeloma (MM) is the most common primary cancer of bone in adults. The clinical presentation of MM is varied and depends on the sites and extent of involvement. Most importantly for chiropractors, the leading clinical symptoms of MM are related to bone neoplasm and may mimic pain of musculoskeletal origin. The following is the

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