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Respiratory parameters of terminal cancer patients predicted by 1960 Buteyko table of health zone

Physiological state of advanced cancer patients is characterised by tens of parameters that are outside of the normal range. Among the simplest cardio-respiratory parameters used by modern oncologists are pulse and respiratory rate at rest (Chiang et al, 2009; de Miguel Sanchez et al, 2006; Groeger et al, 1998). After investigating several parameters and characteristics in 100 terminally ill cancer patients, Dudgeon and Lertzman (1998) concluded that “spirometry was abnormal in 93% of patients”.

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Viaticals- A ‘Dark Alternative’ To Shielding Survivors From Credit Challenges Of Medical Collections

It’s just not enough to face the final phase of life with all the finality that goes with it without dealing with medical bills, collections and possible judgements all tied to the a terminally ill patient. A person may have worked all their lives with purpose and grace only to be run over by terminal illness.

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Senior Life Settlements Industry: An Overview

This article provides useful, detailed information about Senior Life Settlements Industry: An Overview.

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Life Settlements-The Good,The Bad, And The Ugly

Mention Life Settlements and you’re bound to hear strong opinions, both positive and negative. The life settlement market has grown into a billion dollar industry in the last few years. If you're over 50 and own a term life insurance policy you no longer need, this could mean money in your pocket.

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Cancer: the more they breathe, the sooner they die

Respiratory rate (breathing frequency) of cancer patients is an independent predictor of their survival (Chiang et al, 2009; de Miguel Sanchez et al, 2006; Groeger et al, 1998). Those, who breathe more frequently, has poor prognosis...

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Think Positively – It May Save Your Life One Day !

Successful and healthy people have one thing in common, they have a zest for life powered by a positive attitude. Research has also shown that a positive mental attitude can also mean the difference between life and death for people diagnosed with terminal ailments.

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The Living Will-Establishing Your Medical Decisions

An over view of how a living will establishes your medical care decisions should you become terminally ill or permanently incapicated.

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