Healthy Living

Former MLB Player Breaks World Record to Raise Money for Lymphoma Research

With the help of research and funding, non-toxic lymphoma treatments can move to the forefront

Lymphoma research is continuously looking at new and better approaches to treating the disease. Now, we are seeing a big shift that involves movement from treatments with a wide range of side effects to selective ones that specifically target the areas that require the most treatment. These non-toxic treatments present fewer severe long-term side effects, significantly improving patient experiences and quality of life. As a result, persistent efforts are being made in this related area of research to deliver the promise of safe and effective recovery from lymphoma. There is hope that non-toxic treatments will move to the frontline of medical therapeutics, empowering patients’ bodies to heal in the healthiest way possible.

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https://hope4cancer.com/blog/empowering-your-body-one-non-toxic-cancer-treatment-at-a-time/