Tag Archives: Surgery

How minimally invasive surgery was spun as the ‘latest and greatest’ for cervical cancer

Small incisions made by wands in laparoscopic surgery were touted as a “breakthrough” for cervical cancer. To understand how minimally invasive surgery for cervical cancer became popular before high-quality evidence was available about its outcomes, consider some rah-rah local news coverage. Back in 1995, for example, The Record of Hackensack, N.J., reported that laparoscopy “made… Read More »

Medical News Today: Surgeons carry out spine surgery in the womb

In a condition known as spina bifida, children are born with an exposed spinal cord, which causes numerous physical and developmental issues. Usually, surgeons will operate on spina bifida after birth, but a complex in utero surgery can allow the baby to develop better while still inside the mother’s womb. Prenatal spina bifida surgery can… Read More »

How Hemp CBD Can Help Save Lives vs Traditional Prescribed Medication and Surgery By Dana Gilliland

   To answer this we must understand the Endocannabinoid System. In the last 25 Years, research on Marijuana’s effects led directly to the discovery of heretofore unknown chemical communication system in the human body, the Endocannabinoid system. We have naturally occurring cannabinoid receptors in our bodies. We have these receptors in our body because our… Read More »