Cuba found a cancer vaccine! More than 4 thousand people have already been cured by it!

Cuba kanker vaccinCancer is the deadliest disease of our time, and unfortunately, scientists haven’t been able to find a cure yet. There are many scientists who have dedicated their life in the search for the cure, and there are many promising natural alternatives that can replace chemotherapy and radiation in the future.

The latest example is a research from Cuba, where a small group of scientists with a limited budget have been able to develop a vaccine against cancer that has cured more than 4000 people! The scientific community is impressed by the Cuban discovery, and many doctors claim that the cure for cancer has finally been found!

The vaccine has produced incredible results even in the more advanced stages of cancer. It finally saw the light of day after 16 years of intense research, and doesn’t have any adverse side-effects. What’s even more impressive is the fact that a country like Cuba has managed to develop such a marvelous creation instead of bigger countries and pharmaceutical giants that were not even close.

Ziekenhuizen richten epd’s in met standaard voor borstkanker

Het UMC Utrecht en het Amphia Ziekenhuis hebben hun epd’s ingericht volgens een landelijke informatiestandaard voor borstkanker. Het gebruik van de standaard verbetert onder meer de kwaliteit van verslaglegging en de elektronische uitwisseling van patiëntgegevens, zo schrijft de Nederlandse Vereniging van Ziekenhuizen (NVZ).

De implementatie van een landelijke informatiestandaard voor verslaglegging van multidisciplinaire overleggen in het epd is onderdeel van een pilot waaraan meerdere ziekenhuizen deelnemen. Het UMC Utrecht en het Amphia hebben de inrichting van hun epd's met de informatiestandaard als eerste afgerond. 

Langerhans cell histiocytosis


This information is about a condition called Langerhans cell histiocytosis (LCH) in children. LCH is classified as a cancer and sometimes requires treatment with chemotherapy. About 50 children in the UK develop LCH each year. It can affect children of any age, and is more common in boys than in girls.

More children than ever are surviving childhood cancer. There are new and better drugs and treatments, and we can now also work to reduce the after-effects of having had cancer in the past.

It is devastating to hear that your child has cancer, and at times it can feel overwhelming but there are many healthcare professionals and support organisations to help you through this difficult time.

Understanding more about the cancer your child has and the treatments that may be used can often help parents to cope. We hope you find the information here helpful. Your child’s specialist will give you more detailed information, and if you have any questions it is important to ask the specialist doctor or nurse who knows your child’s individual situation.


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