Garlic may strengthen the immune system, helping the body fight diseases such as cancer. In test tubes, garlic seems to kill cancer cells. And population studies, ones that follow groups of people over time, suggest that people who eat more raw or cooked garlic are less likely to get colon and stomach cancers and cancer of the esophagus. In fact, researchers who reviewed 7 studies found a 30% reduction in risk of colorectal cancer among people who ate a lot of raw or cooked garlic. Garlic supplements do not seem to have the same effect.
Es importante que mantenga todos los medicamentos fuera de la vista y el alcance de los niños, debido a que muchos envases (tales como los pastilleros de uso semanal, y aquellos que contienen gotas oftálmicas, cremas, parches e inhaladores) no son a prueba de niños pequeños, quienes pueden abrirlos fácilmente. Con el fin de protegerlos de una intoxicación, siempre use tapaderas de seguridad e inmediatamente coloque los medicamentos en un lugar seguro, uno que se encuentre arriba y lejos de su vista y alcance. http:///es/
Research Using the MOATT
A Structured Nursing Intervention at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Jean Boucher and colleagues published the results of a study designed to evaluate a nurse-led intervention using the MOATT with the goals of increasing patient knowledge and adherence to therapy. This was a longitudinal, descriptive, feasibility study conducted in an ambulatory thoracic oncology disease center at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, Massachusetts. Thirty adult patients with lung cancer, who were being treated with the oral agent erlotinib, participated in the study (with 27 completing).