- Frank Blackwood
- October 15, 2010 - 14:42
I have to agree with Dr. Wang who has also quoted the British Journal of Medicine. I had major surgery in 1994 at the Montreal General Hospital for colon cancer.It was a case of having the cancer disgnosed in time and being administered preventive medicine which was 36 treatments of Chemotherapy. I give credit to Dr. Khyserling, Dr. Davies and Dr. Pick who saw that I received the best treatment and followup. I received the best nursing care in the country and a good exercise and diet program to follow. I have not had a relapse which is good, and followup has been very positive. I think having a good physician and followup is a must. Then the rest is in your hands with a good diet, lots of exercise and a positive mind. I had a good family who cared for me when I was very ill in LaSalle, Quebec which was also a big plus for my recovery.
- October 15, 2010 - 09:41
Noone takes this seriously. At worker's comp building workers still stand right in front of some of the doors and smoke and they supposed to prevent sick people.
- J. Keah
- October 15, 2010 - 11:19
I heard that colorectal cancer is related to the heavy consumption of salt cod combined with smoking. Any truth to this?