Marise Cipriani was originally born in Brazil, and now a resident of Colorado. 13 years ago, her husband was diagnosed with Esophageal Cancer and that he was given only 2 and a half years to live but he had so much faith that he knew there was a solution for his illness. Find out what treatments Marise’s husband had underwent and how he was rendered cancer-free since then.
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In This Episode, You’ll Learn
- About Marise’s husband diagnosis of esophageal cancer
- How they consulted to several doctors for the treatment of her husband
- How a friend of her husband had suggested to do immunotherapy in Brazil as a treatment for her husband’s cancer
- How a friend of her husband had suggested to go to Japan to undergo a non-invasive surgery
- About the after-care treatments they had for when they were in Brazil and Japan respectively
- How much they spent for both the immunotherapy and surgery.
- About Marise’s recommendations and tips for patients who are in the same condition as her husband were 13 years ago.
- Conversation with Marise Cipriani
- Marise ‘s and her husband’s Ranch in Colorado
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The Onwards Medical Breakthrough
Short sleep, aging brain
“Researchers at Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School Singapore (Duke-NUS) have found evidence that the less older adults sleep, the faster their brains age. These findings, relevant in the context of Singapore’s rapidly ageing society, pave the way for future work on sleep loss and its contribution to cognitive decline, including dementia.”
“Past research has examined the impact of sleep duration on cognitive functions in older adults. Though faster brain ventricle enlargement is a marker for cognitive decline and the development of neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s, the effects of sleep on this marker have never been measured.”
You can learn more about this discovery at this link.