Discussion:
Exercise Improves Cancer Survival
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Gilbert Lawrence
2006-10-06 02:03:41 UTC
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Given the much interest among Goanet readers in my reporting on aspects of cancer, here is something more.:=)) There is new evidence that exercise improves cancer survival as reported in four new reports. Two studies were done at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston together with the Nurse's Health Study. From an abstract of the paper, the authors showed that "moderate exercise reduced women's risk of dying from breast cancer by up to 50%". Studies also looked at colon cancer. Larger randomized clinical trials are being planned by the National Cancer Institute and other cancer organizations.

Our Goanet "experts" may want to read the original papers in the Journal of Clinical Oncology (August issue) and elsewhere. Please direct all you critiques of the papers to the authors and the editors of the journals. Please spare us, the Goanet readers, from further aggravation - machem kit pit naka!

Cancer victims and those who do not want to do things to help themselves, please hit the delete button and disregard this post. For those not into nit-picking, moderate exercise involves, "About 6+ hours a week of moderate walking". The walking also benefits the quality of life, post-treatment and helps people "who are not affected by cancer as well". To state the obvious, exercise is not supposed to replace proven cancer therapy, but to work with / as an adjunct to it.

Thanks for allowing me to share this information with you.
Regards, GL
Gabe Menezes
2006-10-06 12:04:26 UTC
Permalink
Given the much interest among Goanet readers in my reporting on aspects of cancer, here is something more.:=)) There is new evidence that exercise improves cancer survival as reported in four new reports. .......................
RESPONSE: Then there is this very interesting news ! Might even help
some on Goanet....

http://www.cnn.com/2006/HEALTH/10/05/pot.alzheimers.reut/index.html

Marijuana may stave off Alzheimer's
--
DEV BOREM KORUM.

Gabe Menezes.
London, England
Jeevan
2006-10-07 02:20:44 UTC
Permalink
Could you please provide the exact reference for this citation?
J. Clin. Oncology publishes three issues per month. You also did not provide
the names of the authors.
Regards

J. Rane
Post by Gilbert Lawrence
Given the much interest among Goanet readers in my reporting on aspects of
cancer, here is something more.:=)) There is new evidence that exercise
improves cancer survival as reported in four new reports. Two studies were
done at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston together with the Nurse's
Health Study. From an abstract of the paper, the authors showed that
"moderate exercise reduced women's risk of dying from breast cancer by up
to 50%". Studies also looked at colon cancer. Larger randomized clinical
trials are being planned by the National Cancer Institute and other cancer
organizations.
Our Goanet "experts" may want to read the original papers in the Journal of
Clinical Oncology (August issue) and elsewhere. Please direct all you
critiques of the papers to the authors and the editors of the journals.
Please spare us, the Goanet readers, from further aggravation - machem kit
pit naka!
Cancer victims and those who do not want to do things to help themselves,
please hit the delete button and disregard this post. For those not into
nit-picking, moderate exercise involves, "About 6+ hours a week of
moderate walking". The walking also benefits the quality of life,
post-treatment and helps people "who are not affected by cancer as well".
To state the obvious, exercise is not supposed to replace proven cancer
therapy, but to work with / as an adjunct to it.
Thanks for allowing me to share this information with you.
Regards, GL
Mario Goveia
2006-10-06 15:31:48 UTC
Permalink
Post by Gilbert Lawrence
Given the much interest among Goanet readers in my
reporting on aspects of cancer, here is something
more.:=)) There is new evidence that exercise
improves cancer survival as reported in four new
reports. Two studies were done at Dana-Farber Cancer
Institute in Boston together with the Nurse's Health
Study. From an abstract of the paper, the authors
showed that "moderate exercise reduced women's risk
of dying from breast cancer by up to 50%". Studies
also looked at colon cancer. Larger randomized
clinical trials are being planned by the National
Cancer Institute and other cancer organizations.
Mario observes:
Gilbert,
Now you have really gone too far with another medical
kaneo, joining a conspiracy with my primary care
physician, my live-in physician, my cardiologist and
my oncologist in propagating the dangerous myth that I
need to take time away from saving the world from the
left-wing propaganda on Goanet to engage in the
tiring, time consuming and sweaty activity called
exercise:-))
I am looking for the numerous studies I'm sure have
been conducted by respectable medical organizations
that show that that a) the benefits of exercise are
offset by the wear and tear on the various joints and
muscles, b) any benefit would include a decline in the
girth that I have spent a lifetime cultivating, and c)
any benefit will include the reprehensible possibility
of extending my terminal stay in a nursing home by
maybe an additional month at most, at great cost and
consternation to the rest of my family:-))
I am still averaging out the four hours of training
per day that I engaged in during my several years as
an athlete, when compared to the "moderate exercise"
that you are suggesting, so I figure, even if your
kaneo is accurate, I have done my share for one
lifetime:-))
Gilbert Lawrence
2006-10-08 01:54:39 UTC
Permalink
Hi Mario and others who have responded on this thread,

It is very gratifying to see posts on a thread that 'builds on a post' rather than correspondence that just tries to zap a post. As Mario has pointed, the zapping usually comes from readers who do not / cannot / refuse to understand and follow the post.

I have given Goanetters the opportunity to read the original articles in the August 1, issue of te journal, and post their thoughts.
As in Mario's case, a response with some humor can only be described as a 'Touch of Class'.
Kind Regards, GL

PS: Regarding the other cancer thread, likely you have heard the saying, "The eyes see and read what the mind knows".


------------ Mario Goveia

Now you have really gone too far with another medical kaneo, joining a conspiracy with my primary care physician, my live-in physician, my cardiologist and my oncologist in propagating the dangerous myth that I need to take time away from saving the world from the left-wing propaganda on Goanet to engage in the tiring, time consuming and sweaty activity called exercise:-))
Post by Gilbert Lawrence
Given the much interest among Goanet readers in my
reporting on aspects of cancer, here is something
more.:=)) There is new evidence that exercise
improves cancer survival as reported in four new
reports. Two studies were done at Dana-Farber Cancer
Institute in Boston together with the Nurse's Health
Study. From an abstract of the paper, the authors
showed that "moderate exercise reduced women's risk
of dying from breast cancer by up to 50%". Studies
also looked at colon cancer. Larger randomized
clinical trials are being planned by the National
Cancer Institute and other cancer organizations.
Gilbert Lawrence
2006-10-06 02:03:41 UTC
Permalink
Given the much interest among Goanet readers in my reporting on aspects of cancer, here is something more.:=)) There is new evidence that exercise improves cancer survival as reported in four new reports. Two studies were done at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston together with the Nurse's Health Study. From an abstract of the paper, the authors showed that "moderate exercise reduced women's risk of dying from breast cancer by up to 50%". Studies also looked at colon cancer. Larger randomized clinical trials are being planned by the National Cancer Institute and other cancer organizations.

Our Goanet "experts" may want to read the original papers in the Journal of Clinical Oncology (August issue) and elsewhere. Please direct all you critiques of the papers to the authors and the editors of the journals. Please spare us, the Goanet readers, from further aggravation - machem kit pit naka!

Cancer victims and those who do not want to do things to help themselves, please hit the delete button and disregard this post. For those not into nit-picking, moderate exercise involves, "About 6+ hours a week of moderate walking". The walking also benefits the quality of life, post-treatment and helps people "who are not affected by cancer as well". To state the obvious, exercise is not supposed to replace proven cancer therapy, but to work with / as an adjunct to it.

Thanks for allowing me to share this information with you.
Regards, GL
Gabe Menezes
2006-10-06 12:04:26 UTC
Permalink
Given the much interest among Goanet readers in my reporting on aspects of cancer, here is something more.:=)) There is new evidence that exercise improves cancer survival as reported in four new reports. .......................
RESPONSE: Then there is this very interesting news ! Might even help
some on Goanet....

http://www.cnn.com/2006/HEALTH/10/05/pot.alzheimers.reut/index.html

Marijuana may stave off Alzheimer's
--
DEV BOREM KORUM.

Gabe Menezes.
London, England
Jeevan
2006-10-07 02:20:44 UTC
Permalink
Could you please provide the exact reference for this citation?
J. Clin. Oncology publishes three issues per month. You also did not provide
the names of the authors.
Regards

J. Rane
Post by Gilbert Lawrence
Given the much interest among Goanet readers in my reporting on aspects of
cancer, here is something more.:=)) There is new evidence that exercise
improves cancer survival as reported in four new reports. Two studies were
done at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston together with the Nurse's
Health Study. From an abstract of the paper, the authors showed that
"moderate exercise reduced women's risk of dying from breast cancer by up
to 50%". Studies also looked at colon cancer. Larger randomized clinical
trials are being planned by the National Cancer Institute and other cancer
organizations.
Our Goanet "experts" may want to read the original papers in the Journal of
Clinical Oncology (August issue) and elsewhere. Please direct all you
critiques of the papers to the authors and the editors of the journals.
Please spare us, the Goanet readers, from further aggravation - machem kit
pit naka!
Cancer victims and those who do not want to do things to help themselves,
please hit the delete button and disregard this post. For those not into
nit-picking, moderate exercise involves, "About 6+ hours a week of
moderate walking". The walking also benefits the quality of life,
post-treatment and helps people "who are not affected by cancer as well".
To state the obvious, exercise is not supposed to replace proven cancer
therapy, but to work with / as an adjunct to it.
Thanks for allowing me to share this information with you.
Regards, GL
Mario Goveia
2006-10-06 15:31:48 UTC
Permalink
Post by Gilbert Lawrence
Given the much interest among Goanet readers in my
reporting on aspects of cancer, here is something
more.:=)) There is new evidence that exercise
improves cancer survival as reported in four new
reports. Two studies were done at Dana-Farber Cancer
Institute in Boston together with the Nurse's Health
Study. From an abstract of the paper, the authors
showed that "moderate exercise reduced women's risk
of dying from breast cancer by up to 50%". Studies
also looked at colon cancer. Larger randomized
clinical trials are being planned by the National
Cancer Institute and other cancer organizations.
Mario observes:
Gilbert,
Now you have really gone too far with another medical
kaneo, joining a conspiracy with my primary care
physician, my live-in physician, my cardiologist and
my oncologist in propagating the dangerous myth that I
need to take time away from saving the world from the
left-wing propaganda on Goanet to engage in the
tiring, time consuming and sweaty activity called
exercise:-))
I am looking for the numerous studies I'm sure have
been conducted by respectable medical organizations
that show that that a) the benefits of exercise are
offset by the wear and tear on the various joints and
muscles, b) any benefit would include a decline in the
girth that I have spent a lifetime cultivating, and c)
any benefit will include the reprehensible possibility
of extending my terminal stay in a nursing home by
maybe an additional month at most, at great cost and
consternation to the rest of my family:-))
I am still averaging out the four hours of training
per day that I engaged in during my several years as
an athlete, when compared to the "moderate exercise"
that you are suggesting, so I figure, even if your
kaneo is accurate, I have done my share for one
lifetime:-))
Gilbert Lawrence
2006-10-08 01:54:39 UTC
Permalink
Hi Mario and others who have responded on this thread,

It is very gratifying to see posts on a thread that 'builds on a post' rather than correspondence that just tries to zap a post. As Mario has pointed, the zapping usually comes from readers who do not / cannot / refuse to understand and follow the post.

I have given Goanetters the opportunity to read the original articles in the August 1, issue of te journal, and post their thoughts.
As in Mario's case, a response with some humor can only be described as a 'Touch of Class'.
Kind Regards, GL

PS: Regarding the other cancer thread, likely you have heard the saying, "The eyes see and read what the mind knows".


------------ Mario Goveia

Now you have really gone too far with another medical kaneo, joining a conspiracy with my primary care physician, my live-in physician, my cardiologist and my oncologist in propagating the dangerous myth that I need to take time away from saving the world from the left-wing propaganda on Goanet to engage in the tiring, time consuming and sweaty activity called exercise:-))
Post by Gilbert Lawrence
Given the much interest among Goanet readers in my
reporting on aspects of cancer, here is something
more.:=)) There is new evidence that exercise
improves cancer survival as reported in four new
reports. Two studies were done at Dana-Farber Cancer
Institute in Boston together with the Nurse's Health
Study. From an abstract of the paper, the authors
showed that "moderate exercise reduced women's risk
of dying from breast cancer by up to 50%". Studies
also looked at colon cancer. Larger randomized
clinical trials are being planned by the National
Cancer Institute and other cancer organizations.
Gilbert Lawrence
2006-10-06 02:03:41 UTC
Permalink
Given the much interest among Goanet readers in my reporting on aspects of cancer, here is something more.:=)) There is new evidence that exercise improves cancer survival as reported in four new reports. Two studies were done at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston together with the Nurse's Health Study. From an abstract of the paper, the authors showed that "moderate exercise reduced women's risk of dying from breast cancer by up to 50%". Studies also looked at colon cancer. Larger randomized clinical trials are being planned by the National Cancer Institute and other cancer organizations.

Our Goanet "experts" may want to read the original papers in the Journal of Clinical Oncology (August issue) and elsewhere. Please direct all you critiques of the papers to the authors and the editors of the journals. Please spare us, the Goanet readers, from further aggravation - machem kit pit naka!

Cancer victims and those who do not want to do things to help themselves, please hit the delete button and disregard this post. For those not into nit-picking, moderate exercise involves, "About 6+ hours a week of moderate walking". The walking also benefits the quality of life, post-treatment and helps people "who are not affected by cancer as well". To state the obvious, exercise is not supposed to replace proven cancer therapy, but to work with / as an adjunct to it.

Thanks for allowing me to share this information with you.
Regards, GL
Gabe Menezes
2006-10-06 12:04:26 UTC
Permalink
Given the much interest among Goanet readers in my reporting on aspects of cancer, here is something more.:=)) There is new evidence that exercise improves cancer survival as reported in four new reports. .......................
RESPONSE: Then there is this very interesting news ! Might even help
some on Goanet....

http://www.cnn.com/2006/HEALTH/10/05/pot.alzheimers.reut/index.html

Marijuana may stave off Alzheimer's
--
DEV BOREM KORUM.

Gabe Menezes.
London, England
Jeevan
2006-10-07 02:20:44 UTC
Permalink
Could you please provide the exact reference for this citation?
J. Clin. Oncology publishes three issues per month. You also did not provide
the names of the authors.
Regards

J. Rane
Post by Gilbert Lawrence
Given the much interest among Goanet readers in my reporting on aspects of
cancer, here is something more.:=)) There is new evidence that exercise
improves cancer survival as reported in four new reports. Two studies were
done at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston together with the Nurse's
Health Study. From an abstract of the paper, the authors showed that
"moderate exercise reduced women's risk of dying from breast cancer by up
to 50%". Studies also looked at colon cancer. Larger randomized clinical
trials are being planned by the National Cancer Institute and other cancer
organizations.
Our Goanet "experts" may want to read the original papers in the Journal of
Clinical Oncology (August issue) and elsewhere. Please direct all you
critiques of the papers to the authors and the editors of the journals.
Please spare us, the Goanet readers, from further aggravation - machem kit
pit naka!
Cancer victims and those who do not want to do things to help themselves,
please hit the delete button and disregard this post. For those not into
nit-picking, moderate exercise involves, "About 6+ hours a week of
moderate walking". The walking also benefits the quality of life,
post-treatment and helps people "who are not affected by cancer as well".
To state the obvious, exercise is not supposed to replace proven cancer
therapy, but to work with / as an adjunct to it.
Thanks for allowing me to share this information with you.
Regards, GL
Mario Goveia
2006-10-06 15:31:48 UTC
Permalink
Post by Gilbert Lawrence
Given the much interest among Goanet readers in my
reporting on aspects of cancer, here is something
more.:=)) There is new evidence that exercise
improves cancer survival as reported in four new
reports. Two studies were done at Dana-Farber Cancer
Institute in Boston together with the Nurse's Health
Study. From an abstract of the paper, the authors
showed that "moderate exercise reduced women's risk
of dying from breast cancer by up to 50%". Studies
also looked at colon cancer. Larger randomized
clinical trials are being planned by the National
Cancer Institute and other cancer organizations.
Mario observes:
Gilbert,
Now you have really gone too far with another medical
kaneo, joining a conspiracy with my primary care
physician, my live-in physician, my cardiologist and
my oncologist in propagating the dangerous myth that I
need to take time away from saving the world from the
left-wing propaganda on Goanet to engage in the
tiring, time consuming and sweaty activity called
exercise:-))
I am looking for the numerous studies I'm sure have
been conducted by respectable medical organizations
that show that that a) the benefits of exercise are
offset by the wear and tear on the various joints and
muscles, b) any benefit would include a decline in the
girth that I have spent a lifetime cultivating, and c)
any benefit will include the reprehensible possibility
of extending my terminal stay in a nursing home by
maybe an additional month at most, at great cost and
consternation to the rest of my family:-))
I am still averaging out the four hours of training
per day that I engaged in during my several years as
an athlete, when compared to the "moderate exercise"
that you are suggesting, so I figure, even if your
kaneo is accurate, I have done my share for one
lifetime:-))
Gilbert Lawrence
2006-10-08 01:54:39 UTC
Permalink
Hi Mario and others who have responded on this thread,

It is very gratifying to see posts on a thread that 'builds on a post' rather than correspondence that just tries to zap a post. As Mario has pointed, the zapping usually comes from readers who do not / cannot / refuse to understand and follow the post.

I have given Goanetters the opportunity to read the original articles in the August 1, issue of te journal, and post their thoughts.
As in Mario's case, a response with some humor can only be described as a 'Touch of Class'.
Kind Regards, GL

PS: Regarding the other cancer thread, likely you have heard the saying, "The eyes see and read what the mind knows".


------------ Mario Goveia

Now you have really gone too far with another medical kaneo, joining a conspiracy with my primary care physician, my live-in physician, my cardiologist and my oncologist in propagating the dangerous myth that I need to take time away from saving the world from the left-wing propaganda on Goanet to engage in the tiring, time consuming and sweaty activity called exercise:-))
Post by Gilbert Lawrence
Given the much interest among Goanet readers in my
reporting on aspects of cancer, here is something
more.:=)) There is new evidence that exercise
improves cancer survival as reported in four new
reports. Two studies were done at Dana-Farber Cancer
Institute in Boston together with the Nurse's Health
Study. From an abstract of the paper, the authors
showed that "moderate exercise reduced women's risk
of dying from breast cancer by up to 50%". Studies
also looked at colon cancer. Larger randomized
clinical trials are being planned by the National
Cancer Institute and other cancer organizations.
Gilbert Lawrence
2006-10-06 02:03:41 UTC
Permalink
Given the much interest among Goanet readers in my reporting on aspects of cancer, here is something more.:=)) There is new evidence that exercise improves cancer survival as reported in four new reports. Two studies were done at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston together with the Nurse's Health Study. From an abstract of the paper, the authors showed that "moderate exercise reduced women's risk of dying from breast cancer by up to 50%". Studies also looked at colon cancer. Larger randomized clinical trials are being planned by the National Cancer Institute and other cancer organizations.

Our Goanet "experts" may want to read the original papers in the Journal of Clinical Oncology (August issue) and elsewhere. Please direct all you critiques of the papers to the authors and the editors of the journals. Please spare us, the Goanet readers, from further aggravation - machem kit pit naka!

Cancer victims and those who do not want to do things to help themselves, please hit the delete button and disregard this post. For those not into nit-picking, moderate exercise involves, "About 6+ hours a week of moderate walking". The walking also benefits the quality of life, post-treatment and helps people "who are not affected by cancer as well". To state the obvious, exercise is not supposed to replace proven cancer therapy, but to work with / as an adjunct to it.

Thanks for allowing me to share this information with you.
Regards, GL
Gabe Menezes
2006-10-06 12:04:26 UTC
Permalink
Given the much interest among Goanet readers in my reporting on aspects of cancer, here is something more.:=)) There is new evidence that exercise improves cancer survival as reported in four new reports. .......................
RESPONSE: Then there is this very interesting news ! Might even help
some on Goanet....

http://www.cnn.com/2006/HEALTH/10/05/pot.alzheimers.reut/index.html

Marijuana may stave off Alzheimer's
--
DEV BOREM KORUM.

Gabe Menezes.
London, England
Jeevan
2006-10-07 02:20:44 UTC
Permalink
Could you please provide the exact reference for this citation?
J. Clin. Oncology publishes three issues per month. You also did not provide
the names of the authors.
Regards

J. Rane
Post by Gilbert Lawrence
Given the much interest among Goanet readers in my reporting on aspects of
cancer, here is something more.:=)) There is new evidence that exercise
improves cancer survival as reported in four new reports. Two studies were
done at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston together with the Nurse's
Health Study. From an abstract of the paper, the authors showed that
"moderate exercise reduced women's risk of dying from breast cancer by up
to 50%". Studies also looked at colon cancer. Larger randomized clinical
trials are being planned by the National Cancer Institute and other cancer
organizations.
Our Goanet "experts" may want to read the original papers in the Journal of
Clinical Oncology (August issue) and elsewhere. Please direct all you
critiques of the papers to the authors and the editors of the journals.
Please spare us, the Goanet readers, from further aggravation - machem kit
pit naka!
Cancer victims and those who do not want to do things to help themselves,
please hit the delete button and disregard this post. For those not into
nit-picking, moderate exercise involves, "About 6+ hours a week of
moderate walking". The walking also benefits the quality of life,
post-treatment and helps people "who are not affected by cancer as well".
To state the obvious, exercise is not supposed to replace proven cancer
therapy, but to work with / as an adjunct to it.
Thanks for allowing me to share this information with you.
Regards, GL
Mario Goveia
2006-10-06 15:31:48 UTC
Permalink
Post by Gilbert Lawrence
Given the much interest among Goanet readers in my
reporting on aspects of cancer, here is something
more.:=)) There is new evidence that exercise
improves cancer survival as reported in four new
reports. Two studies were done at Dana-Farber Cancer
Institute in Boston together with the Nurse's Health
Study. From an abstract of the paper, the authors
showed that "moderate exercise reduced women's risk
of dying from breast cancer by up to 50%". Studies
also looked at colon cancer. Larger randomized
clinical trials are being planned by the National
Cancer Institute and other cancer organizations.
Mario observes:
Gilbert,
Now you have really gone too far with another medical
kaneo, joining a conspiracy with my primary care
physician, my live-in physician, my cardiologist and
my oncologist in propagating the dangerous myth that I
need to take time away from saving the world from the
left-wing propaganda on Goanet to engage in the
tiring, time consuming and sweaty activity called
exercise:-))
I am looking for the numerous studies I'm sure have
been conducted by respectable medical organizations
that show that that a) the benefits of exercise are
offset by the wear and tear on the various joints and
muscles, b) any benefit would include a decline in the
girth that I have spent a lifetime cultivating, and c)
any benefit will include the reprehensible possibility
of extending my terminal stay in a nursing home by
maybe an additional month at most, at great cost and
consternation to the rest of my family:-))
I am still averaging out the four hours of training
per day that I engaged in during my several years as
an athlete, when compared to the "moderate exercise"
that you are suggesting, so I figure, even if your
kaneo is accurate, I have done my share for one
lifetime:-))
Gilbert Lawrence
2006-10-08 01:54:39 UTC
Permalink
Hi Mario and others who have responded on this thread,

It is very gratifying to see posts on a thread that 'builds on a post' rather than correspondence that just tries to zap a post. As Mario has pointed, the zapping usually comes from readers who do not / cannot / refuse to understand and follow the post.

I have given Goanetters the opportunity to read the original articles in the August 1, issue of te journal, and post their thoughts.
As in Mario's case, a response with some humor can only be described as a 'Touch of Class'.
Kind Regards, GL

PS: Regarding the other cancer thread, likely you have heard the saying, "The eyes see and read what the mind knows".


------------ Mario Goveia

Now you have really gone too far with another medical kaneo, joining a conspiracy with my primary care physician, my live-in physician, my cardiologist and my oncologist in propagating the dangerous myth that I need to take time away from saving the world from the left-wing propaganda on Goanet to engage in the tiring, time consuming and sweaty activity called exercise:-))
Post by Gilbert Lawrence
Given the much interest among Goanet readers in my
reporting on aspects of cancer, here is something
more.:=)) There is new evidence that exercise
improves cancer survival as reported in four new
reports. Two studies were done at Dana-Farber Cancer
Institute in Boston together with the Nurse's Health
Study. From an abstract of the paper, the authors
showed that "moderate exercise reduced women's risk
of dying from breast cancer by up to 50%". Studies
also looked at colon cancer. Larger randomized
clinical trials are being planned by the National
Cancer Institute and other cancer organizations.
Gilbert Lawrence
2006-10-06 02:03:41 UTC
Permalink
Given the much interest among Goanet readers in my reporting on aspects of cancer, here is something more.:=)) There is new evidence that exercise improves cancer survival as reported in four new reports. Two studies were done at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston together with the Nurse's Health Study. From an abstract of the paper, the authors showed that "moderate exercise reduced women's risk of dying from breast cancer by up to 50%". Studies also looked at colon cancer. Larger randomized clinical trials are being planned by the National Cancer Institute and other cancer organizations.

Our Goanet "experts" may want to read the original papers in the Journal of Clinical Oncology (August issue) and elsewhere. Please direct all you critiques of the papers to the authors and the editors of the journals. Please spare us, the Goanet readers, from further aggravation - machem kit pit naka!

Cancer victims and those who do not want to do things to help themselves, please hit the delete button and disregard this post. For those not into nit-picking, moderate exercise involves, "About 6+ hours a week of moderate walking". The walking also benefits the quality of life, post-treatment and helps people "who are not affected by cancer as well". To state the obvious, exercise is not supposed to replace proven cancer therapy, but to work with / as an adjunct to it.

Thanks for allowing me to share this information with you.
Regards, GL
Gabe Menezes
2006-10-06 12:04:26 UTC
Permalink
Given the much interest among Goanet readers in my reporting on aspects of cancer, here is something more.:=)) There is new evidence that exercise improves cancer survival as reported in four new reports. .......................
RESPONSE: Then there is this very interesting news ! Might even help
some on Goanet....

http://www.cnn.com/2006/HEALTH/10/05/pot.alzheimers.reut/index.html

Marijuana may stave off Alzheimer's
--
DEV BOREM KORUM.

Gabe Menezes.
London, England
Jeevan
2006-10-07 02:20:44 UTC
Permalink
Could you please provide the exact reference for this citation?
J. Clin. Oncology publishes three issues per month. You also did not provide
the names of the authors.
Regards

J. Rane
Post by Gilbert Lawrence
Given the much interest among Goanet readers in my reporting on aspects of
cancer, here is something more.:=)) There is new evidence that exercise
improves cancer survival as reported in four new reports. Two studies were
done at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston together with the Nurse's
Health Study. From an abstract of the paper, the authors showed that
"moderate exercise reduced women's risk of dying from breast cancer by up
to 50%". Studies also looked at colon cancer. Larger randomized clinical
trials are being planned by the National Cancer Institute and other cancer
organizations.
Our Goanet "experts" may want to read the original papers in the Journal of
Clinical Oncology (August issue) and elsewhere. Please direct all you
critiques of the papers to the authors and the editors of the journals.
Please spare us, the Goanet readers, from further aggravation - machem kit
pit naka!
Cancer victims and those who do not want to do things to help themselves,
please hit the delete button and disregard this post. For those not into
nit-picking, moderate exercise involves, "About 6+ hours a week of
moderate walking". The walking also benefits the quality of life,
post-treatment and helps people "who are not affected by cancer as well".
To state the obvious, exercise is not supposed to replace proven cancer
therapy, but to work with / as an adjunct to it.
Thanks for allowing me to share this information with you.
Regards, GL
Mario Goveia
2006-10-06 15:31:48 UTC
Permalink
Post by Gilbert Lawrence
Given the much interest among Goanet readers in my
reporting on aspects of cancer, here is something
more.:=)) There is new evidence that exercise
improves cancer survival as reported in four new
reports. Two studies were done at Dana-Farber Cancer
Institute in Boston together with the Nurse's Health
Study. From an abstract of the paper, the authors
showed that "moderate exercise reduced women's risk
of dying from breast cancer by up to 50%". Studies
also looked at colon cancer. Larger randomized
clinical trials are being planned by the National
Cancer Institute and other cancer organizations.
Mario observes:
Gilbert,
Now you have really gone too far with another medical
kaneo, joining a conspiracy with my primary care
physician, my live-in physician, my cardiologist and
my oncologist in propagating the dangerous myth that I
need to take time away from saving the world from the
left-wing propaganda on Goanet to engage in the
tiring, time consuming and sweaty activity called
exercise:-))
I am looking for the numerous studies I'm sure have
been conducted by respectable medical organizations
that show that that a) the benefits of exercise are
offset by the wear and tear on the various joints and
muscles, b) any benefit would include a decline in the
girth that I have spent a lifetime cultivating, and c)
any benefit will include the reprehensible possibility
of extending my terminal stay in a nursing home by
maybe an additional month at most, at great cost and
consternation to the rest of my family:-))
I am still averaging out the four hours of training
per day that I engaged in during my several years as
an athlete, when compared to the "moderate exercise"
that you are suggesting, so I figure, even if your
kaneo is accurate, I have done my share for one
lifetime:-))
Gilbert Lawrence
2006-10-08 01:54:39 UTC
Permalink
Hi Mario and others who have responded on this thread,

It is very gratifying to see posts on a thread that 'builds on a post' rather than correspondence that just tries to zap a post. As Mario has pointed, the zapping usually comes from readers who do not / cannot / refuse to understand and follow the post.

I have given Goanetters the opportunity to read the original articles in the August 1, issue of te journal, and post their thoughts.
As in Mario's case, a response with some humor can only be described as a 'Touch of Class'.
Kind Regards, GL

PS: Regarding the other cancer thread, likely you have heard the saying, "The eyes see and read what the mind knows".


------------ Mario Goveia

Now you have really gone too far with another medical kaneo, joining a conspiracy with my primary care physician, my live-in physician, my cardiologist and my oncologist in propagating the dangerous myth that I need to take time away from saving the world from the left-wing propaganda on Goanet to engage in the tiring, time consuming and sweaty activity called exercise:-))
Post by Gilbert Lawrence
Given the much interest among Goanet readers in my
reporting on aspects of cancer, here is something
more.:=)) There is new evidence that exercise
improves cancer survival as reported in four new
reports. Two studies were done at Dana-Farber Cancer
Institute in Boston together with the Nurse's Health
Study. From an abstract of the paper, the authors
showed that "moderate exercise reduced women's risk
of dying from breast cancer by up to 50%". Studies
also looked at colon cancer. Larger randomized
clinical trials are being planned by the National
Cancer Institute and other cancer organizations.
Gilbert Lawrence
2006-10-06 02:03:41 UTC
Permalink
Given the much interest among Goanet readers in my reporting on aspects of cancer, here is something more.:=)) There is new evidence that exercise improves cancer survival as reported in four new reports. Two studies were done at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston together with the Nurse's Health Study. From an abstract of the paper, the authors showed that "moderate exercise reduced women's risk of dying from breast cancer by up to 50%". Studies also looked at colon cancer. Larger randomized clinical trials are being planned by the National Cancer Institute and other cancer organizations.

Our Goanet "experts" may want to read the original papers in the Journal of Clinical Oncology (August issue) and elsewhere. Please direct all you critiques of the papers to the authors and the editors of the journals. Please spare us, the Goanet readers, from further aggravation - machem kit pit naka!

Cancer victims and those who do not want to do things to help themselves, please hit the delete button and disregard this post. For those not into nit-picking, moderate exercise involves, "About 6+ hours a week of moderate walking". The walking also benefits the quality of life, post-treatment and helps people "who are not affected by cancer as well". To state the obvious, exercise is not supposed to replace proven cancer therapy, but to work with / as an adjunct to it.

Thanks for allowing me to share this information with you.
Regards, GL
Gabe Menezes
2006-10-06 12:04:26 UTC
Permalink
Given the much interest among Goanet readers in my reporting on aspects of cancer, here is something more.:=)) There is new evidence that exercise improves cancer survival as reported in four new reports. .......................
RESPONSE: Then there is this very interesting news ! Might even help
some on Goanet....

http://www.cnn.com/2006/HEALTH/10/05/pot.alzheimers.reut/index.html

Marijuana may stave off Alzheimer's
--
DEV BOREM KORUM.

Gabe Menezes.
London, England
Jeevan
2006-10-07 02:20:44 UTC
Permalink
Could you please provide the exact reference for this citation?
J. Clin. Oncology publishes three issues per month. You also did not provide
the names of the authors.
Regards

J. Rane
Post by Gilbert Lawrence
Given the much interest among Goanet readers in my reporting on aspects of
cancer, here is something more.:=)) There is new evidence that exercise
improves cancer survival as reported in four new reports. Two studies were
done at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston together with the Nurse's
Health Study. From an abstract of the paper, the authors showed that
"moderate exercise reduced women's risk of dying from breast cancer by up
to 50%". Studies also looked at colon cancer. Larger randomized clinical
trials are being planned by the National Cancer Institute and other cancer
organizations.
Our Goanet "experts" may want to read the original papers in the Journal of
Clinical Oncology (August issue) and elsewhere. Please direct all you
critiques of the papers to the authors and the editors of the journals.
Please spare us, the Goanet readers, from further aggravation - machem kit
pit naka!
Cancer victims and those who do not want to do things to help themselves,
please hit the delete button and disregard this post. For those not into
nit-picking, moderate exercise involves, "About 6+ hours a week of
moderate walking". The walking also benefits the quality of life,
post-treatment and helps people "who are not affected by cancer as well".
To state the obvious, exercise is not supposed to replace proven cancer
therapy, but to work with / as an adjunct to it.
Thanks for allowing me to share this information with you.
Regards, GL
Mario Goveia
2006-10-06 15:31:48 UTC
Permalink
Post by Gilbert Lawrence
Given the much interest among Goanet readers in my
reporting on aspects of cancer, here is something
more.:=)) There is new evidence that exercise
improves cancer survival as reported in four new
reports. Two studies were done at Dana-Farber Cancer
Institute in Boston together with the Nurse's Health
Study. From an abstract of the paper, the authors
showed that "moderate exercise reduced women's risk
of dying from breast cancer by up to 50%". Studies
also looked at colon cancer. Larger randomized
clinical trials are being planned by the National
Cancer Institute and other cancer organizations.
Mario observes:
Gilbert,
Now you have really gone too far with another medical
kaneo, joining a conspiracy with my primary care
physician, my live-in physician, my cardiologist and
my oncologist in propagating the dangerous myth that I
need to take time away from saving the world from the
left-wing propaganda on Goanet to engage in the
tiring, time consuming and sweaty activity called
exercise:-))
I am looking for the numerous studies I'm sure have
been conducted by respectable medical organizations
that show that that a) the benefits of exercise are
offset by the wear and tear on the various joints and
muscles, b) any benefit would include a decline in the
girth that I have spent a lifetime cultivating, and c)
any benefit will include the reprehensible possibility
of extending my terminal stay in a nursing home by
maybe an additional month at most, at great cost and
consternation to the rest of my family:-))
I am still averaging out the four hours of training
per day that I engaged in during my several years as
an athlete, when compared to the "moderate exercise"
that you are suggesting, so I figure, even if your
kaneo is accurate, I have done my share for one
lifetime:-))
Gilbert Lawrence
2006-10-08 01:54:39 UTC
Permalink
Hi Mario and others who have responded on this thread,

It is very gratifying to see posts on a thread that 'builds on a post' rather than correspondence that just tries to zap a post. As Mario has pointed, the zapping usually comes from readers who do not / cannot / refuse to understand and follow the post.

I have given Goanetters the opportunity to read the original articles in the August 1, issue of te journal, and post their thoughts.
As in Mario's case, a response with some humor can only be described as a 'Touch of Class'.
Kind Regards, GL

PS: Regarding the other cancer thread, likely you have heard the saying, "The eyes see and read what the mind knows".


------------ Mario Goveia

Now you have really gone too far with another medical kaneo, joining a conspiracy with my primary care physician, my live-in physician, my cardiologist and my oncologist in propagating the dangerous myth that I need to take time away from saving the world from the left-wing propaganda on Goanet to engage in the tiring, time consuming and sweaty activity called exercise:-))
Post by Gilbert Lawrence
Given the much interest among Goanet readers in my
reporting on aspects of cancer, here is something
more.:=)) There is new evidence that exercise
improves cancer survival as reported in four new
reports. Two studies were done at Dana-Farber Cancer
Institute in Boston together with the Nurse's Health
Study. From an abstract of the paper, the authors
showed that "moderate exercise reduced women's risk
of dying from breast cancer by up to 50%". Studies
also looked at colon cancer. Larger randomized
clinical trials are being planned by the National
Cancer Institute and other cancer organizations.
Gilbert Lawrence
2006-10-06 02:03:41 UTC
Permalink
Given the much interest among Goanet readers in my reporting on aspects of cancer, here is something more.:=)) There is new evidence that exercise improves cancer survival as reported in four new reports. Two studies were done at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston together with the Nurse's Health Study. From an abstract of the paper, the authors showed that "moderate exercise reduced women's risk of dying from breast cancer by up to 50%". Studies also looked at colon cancer. Larger randomized clinical trials are being planned by the National Cancer Institute and other cancer organizations.

Our Goanet "experts" may want to read the original papers in the Journal of Clinical Oncology (August issue) and elsewhere. Please direct all you critiques of the papers to the authors and the editors of the journals. Please spare us, the Goanet readers, from further aggravation - machem kit pit naka!

Cancer victims and those who do not want to do things to help themselves, please hit the delete button and disregard this post. For those not into nit-picking, moderate exercise involves, "About 6+ hours a week of moderate walking". The walking also benefits the quality of life, post-treatment and helps people "who are not affected by cancer as well". To state the obvious, exercise is not supposed to replace proven cancer therapy, but to work with / as an adjunct to it.

Thanks for allowing me to share this information with you.
Regards, GL
Gabe Menezes
2006-10-06 12:04:26 UTC
Permalink
Given the much interest among Goanet readers in my reporting on aspects of cancer, here is something more.:=)) There is new evidence that exercise improves cancer survival as reported in four new reports. .......................
RESPONSE: Then there is this very interesting news ! Might even help
some on Goanet....

http://www.cnn.com/2006/HEALTH/10/05/pot.alzheimers.reut/index.html

Marijuana may stave off Alzheimer's
--
DEV BOREM KORUM.

Gabe Menezes.
London, England
Jeevan
2006-10-07 02:20:44 UTC
Permalink
Could you please provide the exact reference for this citation?
J. Clin. Oncology publishes three issues per month. You also did not provide
the names of the authors.
Regards

J. Rane
Post by Gilbert Lawrence
Given the much interest among Goanet readers in my reporting on aspects of
cancer, here is something more.:=)) There is new evidence that exercise
improves cancer survival as reported in four new reports. Two studies were
done at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston together with the Nurse's
Health Study. From an abstract of the paper, the authors showed that
"moderate exercise reduced women's risk of dying from breast cancer by up
to 50%". Studies also looked at colon cancer. Larger randomized clinical
trials are being planned by the National Cancer Institute and other cancer
organizations.
Our Goanet "experts" may want to read the original papers in the Journal of
Clinical Oncology (August issue) and elsewhere. Please direct all you
critiques of the papers to the authors and the editors of the journals.
Please spare us, the Goanet readers, from further aggravation - machem kit
pit naka!
Cancer victims and those who do not want to do things to help themselves,
please hit the delete button and disregard this post. For those not into
nit-picking, moderate exercise involves, "About 6+ hours a week of
moderate walking". The walking also benefits the quality of life,
post-treatment and helps people "who are not affected by cancer as well".
To state the obvious, exercise is not supposed to replace proven cancer
therapy, but to work with / as an adjunct to it.
Thanks for allowing me to share this information with you.
Regards, GL
Mario Goveia
2006-10-06 15:31:48 UTC
Permalink
Post by Gilbert Lawrence
Given the much interest among Goanet readers in my
reporting on aspects of cancer, here is something
more.:=)) There is new evidence that exercise
improves cancer survival as reported in four new
reports. Two studies were done at Dana-Farber Cancer
Institute in Boston together with the Nurse's Health
Study. From an abstract of the paper, the authors
showed that "moderate exercise reduced women's risk
of dying from breast cancer by up to 50%". Studies
also looked at colon cancer. Larger randomized
clinical trials are being planned by the National
Cancer Institute and other cancer organizations.
Mario observes:
Gilbert,
Now you have really gone too far with another medical
kaneo, joining a conspiracy with my primary care
physician, my live-in physician, my cardiologist and
my oncologist in propagating the dangerous myth that I
need to take time away from saving the world from the
left-wing propaganda on Goanet to engage in the
tiring, time consuming and sweaty activity called
exercise:-))
I am looking for the numerous studies I'm sure have
been conducted by respectable medical organizations
that show that that a) the benefits of exercise are
offset by the wear and tear on the various joints and
muscles, b) any benefit would include a decline in the
girth that I have spent a lifetime cultivating, and c)
any benefit will include the reprehensible possibility
of extending my terminal stay in a nursing home by
maybe an additional month at most, at great cost and
consternation to the rest of my family:-))
I am still averaging out the four hours of training
per day that I engaged in during my several years as
an athlete, when compared to the "moderate exercise"
that you are suggesting, so I figure, even if your
kaneo is accurate, I have done my share for one
lifetime:-))
Gilbert Lawrence
2006-10-08 01:54:39 UTC
Permalink
Hi Mario and others who have responded on this thread,

It is very gratifying to see posts on a thread that 'builds on a post' rather than correspondence that just tries to zap a post. As Mario has pointed, the zapping usually comes from readers who do not / cannot / refuse to understand and follow the post.

I have given Goanetters the opportunity to read the original articles in the August 1, issue of te journal, and post their thoughts.
As in Mario's case, a response with some humor can only be described as a 'Touch of Class'.
Kind Regards, GL

PS: Regarding the other cancer thread, likely you have heard the saying, "The eyes see and read what the mind knows".


------------ Mario Goveia

Now you have really gone too far with another medical kaneo, joining a conspiracy with my primary care physician, my live-in physician, my cardiologist and my oncologist in propagating the dangerous myth that I need to take time away from saving the world from the left-wing propaganda on Goanet to engage in the tiring, time consuming and sweaty activity called exercise:-))
Post by Gilbert Lawrence
Given the much interest among Goanet readers in my
reporting on aspects of cancer, here is something
more.:=)) There is new evidence that exercise
improves cancer survival as reported in four new
reports. Two studies were done at Dana-Farber Cancer
Institute in Boston together with the Nurse's Health
Study. From an abstract of the paper, the authors
showed that "moderate exercise reduced women's risk
of dying from breast cancer by up to 50%". Studies
also looked at colon cancer. Larger randomized
clinical trials are being planned by the National
Cancer Institute and other cancer organizations.
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