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RM184 - Acupuncture
RM200-600 - Drug Information and Interaction
RM666 - Herbs, Foods, Spices

Subclass RS - Pharmacy and Materia Medica Includes Herbal Information
Subclass RT - Nursing
Subclass RZ - Other systems of medicine

Subclass TT - Handicrafts Arts and crafts
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Subclass RM - Therapeutics Pharmacology
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RM184.R167.1 - Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine as Supportive Care Treatment for Cancer Patients
Nancy Rakela OMD, LAc
Acupuncture and herbal medicine are effective alternative therapies to help cancer patients through their journey of healing
http://www.cancerlynx.com/acupuncture.html
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RM184.R167.2 - Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine
Nancy Rakela OMD, LAc
Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine by Nancy Rakela, OMD, LAc
http://www.nancyrakela/index.html
Link added 2007-01-15;
RM184.R167.3 - Acupuncture and Herbal Therapy Benefits
Nancy Rakela OMD, LAc
Acupuncture is an effective way to alleviate anxiety, nervous tension, insomnia, hypertension, stiff neck and shoulders. and more
http://www.nancyrakela.com/benefits.html
Link added 2007-01-15;
RM184.R167.4 - Acupuncture Frequently Asked Questions
Nancy Rakela OMD, LAc
Chinese medicine is a complete health care tr adition that dates back 3,000 years yet remains effective today. It is a means of strengthening the body, which can be weakened by modern-day stress and envir onmental hazards. Rather than treating symptoms as western medicine does, Chine se medicine focuses on strengthening your own vital energy (Chi) so that your b ody can heal itself.
http://www.nancyrakela.com/questions.html
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RM184.R167.5 - Academic Training and Degrees for Nancy Rakela, OMD, LAc
Nancy Rakela OMD, LAc
Nancy Rakela received her Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of California, Berkeley in 1973 and graduated from the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1985. She received her Doctorate of Oriental Medicine from Hong Kong's Postgraduate Institute of Oriental Medicine in 1988, after completing her internships in China and Japan.
http://www.nancyrakela.com/nancy.html
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RM184.R167.6 - Pain Control with Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine
Nancy Rakela OMD, LAc
Nancy Rakela, OMD, LAc, is well qualified to treat this type of injury due to intensive post-graduate training in acupuncture orthopedics to become board certified in this speciality
http://www.nancyrakela.com/pain.html
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Drug Information and Interaction
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RM292.F105.1 - The DRUG - A Steroid Tale
John Fetto, JD
No one really warned us about the side effects from this drug called decadron. I call it THE DRUG, for convenience and because it's effect is so dramatic, so loud, I think it deserves to be in caps
http://www.cancerlynx.com/decadron.html
Link added 2006-05-21;
RM302.M201.1 - A Common Sense Approach to Chemotherapy and Prescription Drugs
Sandra McGill
We need a pharmacist on our oncology medical teams to bring state-of-the-art pharmacology knowledge to our treatments and to prevent the prescription of contradictory medications
http://www.cancerlynx.com/drugs.html
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RM405.5.M159.1 - Law of Unintended Consequences Foreseeing all consequences of one's decisions is impossible
M.J. McKeown, MD, FACOG, FACS
The diagnosis and treatment of inflammation is so ubiquitous to the practice of medicine its treatment has seen methods and medications too numerous to list here. Studies of inflammation showed the beneficial effects of aspirin in the 1800's and proceeded to many other drugs uses asantipyretics (anti-fever), analgesics (anti-discomfort) and anti-inflammatories.
http://www.cancerlynx.com/cox2.html
Link added 2006-05-21;

Herbs, Foods, Spices
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RM666.M159.1 - Anesthesia And Herbal Medicines - Hidden Hazards
M.J. McKeown, MD, FACOG, FACS and Alexandra Andrews
Loss of herbal knowledge and use of these ancient, powerful and beneficial medicines...It is dangerous to not learn the interactions of some herbs and modern medicine.
http://www.cancerlynx.com/herbhealth.html
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RM666.M159.2 - Medication Table - Suggested Directions
M.J. McKeown, MD, FACOG, FACS and Alexandra Andrews
It is estimated that more people die each year because of adverse drug interactions than from car accidents.
http://www.cancerlynx.com/medicaltable.html
Link added 2006-05-21;
RM666.Z328.1 - Estrogen and Progestin Bioactivity of Foods, Herbs, and Spices (44247)
David T. Zava, PhD, Charles M. Dollbaum, MD, PhD, and Marilyn Blen
150 herbs traditionally used by herbalists for treating a variety of health problems were extracted and tested for their relative capacity... to intracellular receptors for progesterone (PR) and estradiol (ER) in intact human breast cancer cells.
http://www.cancersupportivecare.com/estrogenherb.html Link added 2006-05-21;
RM666.Z328.2 - Estrogen and Progestin Bioactivity of Foods, Herbs, and Spices - Figures and Tables
David T. Zava, PhD, Charles M. Dollbaum, MD, PhD, and Marilyn Blen
Herbs and Spices Studied - Alphabetical Listing Containing ER Binding and PR Binding Components
http://www.cancersupportivecare.com/estrogenherbdata.html
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RM666.Z328.3 - Estrogen and Progestin Bioactivity of Foods, Herbs, and Spices - References
David T. Zava, PhD, Charles M. Dollbaum, MD, PhD, and Marilyn Blen
References for Estrogen and Progestin Bioactivity of Foods, Herbs, and Spices
http://www.cancersupportivecare.com/estrogenherbref.html
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Subclass RS - Pharmacy and materia medica
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RS164.D85.1 - Making Herb Oils and Salves
Janet De Haven
Herb oil can also be made without cooking. Itjust takes longer. Place the dried, cut up herbs in a jar, cover with oil and cap off the jar with a non metal lid, or place a piece of plastic wrap on the jarbefore a lid is twisted on
http://www.cancerlynx.com/herboil.html
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RS164.F175.1 - Herbal Action
Pam Fisher, Clinical Herbalist
Glossary of Herbal terms used to help your understanding of herbal medicine
http://www.cancerlynx.com/herbalaction.html
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RS164.H204.1 - Western Herbalism
Sarah Holmes, Clinical Herbalist
Western herbalism has its roots in Native American usage of medicinal plants. This knowledge and history of plant medicine isthousands of years old..
http://www.cancerlynx.com/herbal.html
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RS164.H204.2 -The pharmacy on your spice rack: Culinary herbs and their medicinal uses
Sarah Holmes, Clinical Herbalist
Culinary herbs have many medicinal uses. It is not surprising that many herbs commonly used as cooking spices are also digestive aids. You can use the herbs as you have all along and just be more aware and conscious of their medicinal properties, or you can use them to make an infusion
http://www.cancerlynx.com/kitchenherb.html
Link added 2006-05-21;

Subclass RT - Nursing
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RT85.M60.1 - A Nursing Perspective on Cancer Supportive Care
Donna L. Michel, RN, BSN
Nursing has long called itself a holistic profession which cares for the whole person, body-mind-spirit
http://www.cancerlynx.com/nursespiritual.html
Link added 2006-05-21;
RT85.M159.2 - What Ever Happened To Common Sense?
M. J. McKeown, MD, FACOG, FACS
Healthcare has become so organized, codified, outcome analyzed and protocol bound that it has lost sight of the rich common knowledge of its early teachers.
http://www.cancerlynx.com/nursesense.html
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Subclass RZ - Other systems of medicine
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RZ401.B4.1 - It's All about Spiritual Balance
Alan F. Bain, DO
The most important message that I can portray as a doctor who has both personal and profession experience with Cancer is that fear and stress are factors that need to be dealt with in a timely fashion.
http://www.cancerlynx.com/balance.html
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RZ401.D56.1 - Making Things Right - The Huna Way to Clear up Relationships and Let Go of Guilt
Dianna Seagiver Dumelle
The ancient Kahunas (healer-priests) of Hawai'i discovered that guilt is the number one cause of illness in the mental, emotional bodies and physical bodies.
http://www.cancerlynx.com/huna.html
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Subclass TT - Handicrafts Arts and crafts
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TT825.A5.1 - Felicity (Kata) Scarf
Alexandra Andrews
Bring meditation and healing into your daily life with knitting. Create a Kata (Felicity) Scarf or Shawl.
http://www.cancerlynx.com/kataknit.html
Link added 2007-01-15
TT825.B84.1 - Mantles of Love
Janet Bristow, Co-Founder, Shawl Ministry
The shawls have been vehicles to open lines of communication between people who need to talk but haven't been able to. They are wings to fly above one's troubles to be worn when happy, sad, confused, tired, ill, cold, needing answers or comfort, content, worried, at peace, thinking, writing, meditating, praying. Knitted into this ministry is a joy that weaves its way around, over, under, and through the gamut of human experience from the giver to receiver and back again.
http://www.cancerlynx.com/shawl.html
Link added 2006-05-21;
TT825.C96.1- Knitting Pals By The Bay - The Chemo Cap Project
Jenny Carp
The Knitting Pals By The Bay came into being with one purpose and goal, to knit chemo caps for cancer patients of all ages in our Bay Area community. The need is great and the project is ongoing.
http://www.cancerlynx.com/chemocap.html
Link added 2006-05-21;

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First appeared May 21, 2006; updated January 15, 2007