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Beekeepers who tolerate bee stings are not protected against SARS-CoV-2 infections
Seasonal allergic rhinitis and the role of apitherapy.
Using Bee Products for the Prevention and Treatment of Oral Mucositis Induced by Cancer Treatment
Bee products such as honey, propolis and royal jelly may be well suited to be integrated into a general concept for the prevention and treatment of oral mucositis which should also include other established concepts like oral care, oral cryotherapy, topical vitamin E and low-level-laser therapy.
Vitamin D and selenium blood levels and acute skin toxicity during radiotherapy for breast cancer.
Bee products and their role in cancer prevention and treatment.
Do breast cancer patients adapt CAM methods according to the therapeutic situation?
Impact of patients’ refusal to undergo adjuvant treatment measures on survival
- H. Männle, J. Siebers, F. Momm, K. Münstedt
- MedicineBreast Cancer Research and Treatment
- 24 September 2020
All parts of the adjuvant treatment of breast cancer are clearly associated with improvements regarding disease-free and overall survival and patient communication should be improved so that patients understand the background of the multidisciplinary tumour board and the potential consequences of their refusal.
Metastatic choriocarcinoma with tumour lysis syndrome
Application of Bee Products for Dermatological Problems
Evidence suggests that bee products may be a reasonable treatment option for wound infections, burns, radiodermatitis, infections with herpes viruses, atopic dermatitis, rosacea, scars, cutaneous warts, acne, psoriasis, facial wrinkles, and intertrigo.
What is wrong with the meta-analyses on honey and oral mucositis due to cancer therapies?