CBC I am not a medical professional, but I survived cancer and need to keep a close eye on health. When blood comes out of my own body, I believe I should know how to read test results, understand values, and be prepared to ask questions! (BTW I don't mean self diagnosis thru the internet!)
Dr. Leigh Erin Connealy, Founder & Medical Director of the Cancer Center for Healing shares how to know if someone has cancer (how cancer can be detected) through blood tests and other diagnostics. The full interview with Dr. Connealy is part of "The Quest For The Cures Continues" docu-series.
28 People With Chronic Illness Explain What ‘Brain Fog’ Feels Like to Them
For me it's like rising extra early, working a full day till very late, driving home an hour in traffic, taking a sleeping pill, then, after all that, being expected to stay awake and focused and not think everything is too much effort...