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Category :: Cancer Articles Author :: Eric Morris 
 
 Article Title :: Mesothelioma Symptoms
 
Mesothelioma is a disease caused by exposure to the asbestos dust. The most unfortunate aspect of this disease is that its symptoms do not appear soon enough or within a short enough time after exposure to the asbestos dust. This complicates matters because when the symptoms finally appear, in most cases, they are not associated with the disease. It takes very long time, sometimes even decades, for the symptoms to appear in form of obdurate cough, shortness of breath and chest pain. Initially, the unsuspecting patient and even his family physician associate these symptoms with common diseases like pneumonia. It is when the disease starts spreading to other organs of the body that the doc  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Cancer Articles Author :: Jason Gluckman 
 
 Article Title :: Mesotherapy Injections
 
Mesotherapy Injections are usually given with tiny small-bore needles. The injections go to a depth of a few millimeters below the skin, to a layer of fat and connective tissue called the mesoderm. Patients describe Mesotherapy Injections as being relatively painless when compared to conventional injections. The amount of pain felt depends on each patient’s pain threshold and whether a local anesthetic is used during the procedure. Injections are said to feel like a brief burning sensation, an ant bite, or a bee sting. The number of injections given depends on the duration of treatment, which in turn depends on the area being treated and the extent of the condition. Most mesothera  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Cancer Articles Author :: Jason Gluckman 
 
 Article Title :: Mesotherapy Products
 
Mesotherapy Products include a variety of substances that are injected during treatment, and injection devices used to deliver these substances to target areas. Substances used for treatment may be allopathic drugs, homeopathic compounds, vitamins, herbal extracts, or other compounds.For cellulite treatment and localized fat reduction, practitioners use compounds that efficiently remove fat from cells and move this fat into the general circulation, to be burned during metabolism or excreted. Phosphatidlycholine, or lecithin, is one such compound, and is widely used. Caffeine, L-carnitine and the asthma drug aminophylline are other compounds used for fat reduction. Natural compo  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Cancer Articles Author :: Jason Gluckman 
 
 Article Title :: Mesotherapy Treatment
 
Mesotherapy is used to treat several conditions, including cellulite, localized fat deposits, facial and neck wrinkles, acne, hair loss and stretch marks. Injections of various natural or synthetic compounds are introduced with a tiny needle into the mesoderm, or layer of fatty and connective tissue immediately below the skin. Most people are able to tolerate the slight pain felt during an injection. For people with a low pain threshold, injections can be given under local anesthesia.Mesotherapy is thought to improve the appearance of cellulite, or superficial fat deposits, through several complementary mechanisms. Fat cells are broken down, new fat is prevented from forming, d  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Cancer Articles Author :: Jason Gluckman 
 
 Article Title :: Mesotherapy Side Effects
 
As with any other form of treatment, Mesotherapy can have Side Effects. Some mild and transient Side Effects that may occur after a Mesotherapy session include swelling, bruising and pain or itching at the injection site. These typically subside in a few hours to a few days. One compound that causes such swelling when injected is the compound lecithin. Some mesotherapists recommend the homeopathic drug arnica to reduce swelling. However, its action has not been scientifically proven. More often, patients are advised to wear loose-fitting clothing, and to avoid exercise for up to two or three days following a Mesotherapy treatment.Other Side Effects at the injection site can i  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Cancer Articles Author :: Valerian D. 
 
 Article Title :: The Silent Death Is Still In Action
 
An official of Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization recently estimated that the deadly mineral asbestos is a continued presence in Americans life. This carcinogenic material can be found in over 30 million homes and schools. In 1989 the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced an asbestos ban and phase out. But in 1990 a U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals overturned the ban, so despite the known risks, asbestos is still used in US. It was only accepted an Occupational Safety and Health Administration regulation to reduce exposure. According to this regulation, an employee cannot be exposed to more than 0.1 asbestos fibers per cubic centimeter of air for an average eight h  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Cancer Articles Author :: Jason Gluckman 
 
 Article Title :: Mesotherapy
 
Mesotherapy is a form of treatment that involves injecting tiny amounts of a substance into the mesoderm, which is the layer of fat and connective tissue directly below the skin. It is thought that the injection of certain substances can either dissolve underlying fat, or cause healing by other mechanisms. Mesotherapy has been used in France and other European countries since the middle of the 20th century to treat conditions such as obesity, hair loss, sports injuries, and certain diseases of the circulation. It has only recently caught on in the US as a form of treatment for cellulite and localized fat.The exact substance injected under the skin depends on what condition is be  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Cancer Articles Author :: Jason Gluckman 
 
 Article Title :: Cost Of Mesotherapy
 
The total cost of Mesotherapy depends on several factors and varies widely from one clinic to the other. Costs include consultation fees and treatment fees, which in turn depend on the level of expertise of the person providing treatment, the size and number of body areas to be treated, and the total number of treatment sessions needed.The higher the certification of the individual providing treatment, the higher the cost usually is. A board-certified plastic surgeon will be more expensive than a nurse practitioner. Clinics with higher overhead will also be more expensive. It is best to consider at least a couple of options to determine the level of expertise and price range on  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Cancer Articles Author :: Jason Gluckman 
 
 Article Title :: Mesotherapy Risks
 
Proponents of Mesotherapy emphasize that risks of treatment are minimized because lower doses of compounds are injected into a relatively small area. However, there are certain known and potentially unknown risks associated with Mesotherapy.The majority of known Mesotherapy Risks are in and around the injection site. Skin may become pigmented or scarred, and these changes may not fade with time. Other changes, such as swelling, pain and bruising, typically subside after treatment. In some people, a severe local reaction to substances injected may result in ulceration and subsequent scarring. There may also be a systemic and potentially life-threatening allergic reaction to inj  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Cancer Articles Author :: Jason Gluckman 
 
 Article Title :: Mesotherapy Before And After
 
Most Mesotherapy practitioners claim remarkable results in treating cellulite, localized fat deposits, and wrinkles. There are numerous patient testimonials of successful treatment, and ‘Before and After’ photographs on Mesotherapy clinic websites. For cellulite, results may be seen in as little as four weeks, and by the time treatment is completed, patients may have lost between two to four inches from the body area being treated. Similarly, for localized fat loss such as in love handles and other problem areas, approximately ten treatments can result in the loss of two to six inches. However, there is wide variation in how soon results may be seen, depending on which body area is  (read full article)
 
 
 
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