Category Archives: Treatment

Breast Cancer Survivability for Men and Women

While breast cancer is predominately a woman’s disease – men also get it. The 5 to 10 year survival rate after breast cancer diagnosis for both men and women is ~90% to 80%. While serving in the active duty Air Force during the mid-80s, I was shocked and surprised when my good friend Walter at the ripe old age of 19 years old was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer and went through life changing surgery. (more…)

Testicular Cancer Signs, Symptoms, Treatment and Prevention

Testicular cancer statistically affects men between the ages of 20-39 and mostly white males.  Those with abnormal testicles, such as undescended (cryptorchidism); or have a family history of testicular cancer are more at risk to get the same disease. Testicular cancer is highly treatable even if spreading beyond the groin area. There is 1 of 7 treatments, or combinations of such that may be applied to mitigate this form of cancer. Although successful treatment is (more…)

Sciatica Pain Gone through Military Experience Knowledge

5 February 2020 by Marc Woodard [Marc is the soldier in the featured image overlooking Camp San Louis Obispo, CA – during active duty training, 2002] What is sciatica and what is the best way to manage, alleviate or remove it? Through my military experience I found a treatment path which led to complete reversal of my sciatic pain problem. A pain problem that afflicted me throughout my 20 year military career. Below under “Sciatica (more…)