Is there a good reason to secondary ferment a brown ale beer I am brewing?
I am doing a partial mash with honey, I have never secondary fermented this style before, should I? And why?
Secondary fermenting is mostly to filter the beer. I tend to use cheese clothe or pantie hose to filter the sediment out to get a clearer finished product instead of bothering with secondary fermenting.
So the question of should you comes down to personal taste. (+ info
What is the survival rate of secondary liver cancer?
My mom was diagnosed with breast cancer about 5 years ago and has just been diagnosed with secondary liver cancer. The doctors have started her on a course of Chemotherapy. But honestly i really need to know the truth, how likely is it that this cancer will kill her?
I really hope for honest answers, thanks.
Good answer by "Stacey-Marie J"
This would be stage IV metastatic breast carcinoma to the liver.
You must realize that these cancer cells have been in the liver for at least five years already.
Those breast cancer cells spread to the liver before the primary breast carcinoma was initially treated.
We do not know what the stage was at presentation.
We don't know what adjuvant chemotherapy she may have received 5 years ago.
We do not know the estrogen and progesterone receptors.
We do not know the HER2/neu status>
We don't even know your mother's age ! !
Her doctors, who have all of this crucial personal information - are supposed to be explaining the prognosis for your mom and the family members who go with her for her medical oncology appointments.
It is part of their job.
Your job is to be with your mother when she has doctor visits - if at all possible.
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Here's the general or average five year survival for stage IV breast adenocarcinomas - 20%
But these statistics are very rough and include people with less life threatening metastases - such as bone metastases.
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The honest answer is that stage IV breast carcinoma with liver metastases is not considered to be a curable disease in 2009 medicine
- though some people do much better than we would expect according to the statistics. People are not statistics. Every person is different. Each is special. (+ info
Is Secondary fermentation necessary for making wine at home?
Is Secondary fermentation necessary for making wine at home?
No. Depending on what you're trying to achieve in the way of a flavor, it is not necessary if you're going for a more fruity flavor. (+ info
How long does it take a human body to die form secondary cancer of bones and lungs no drugs just pain killer?
No chemo no radiation just pain killers.Secondary cancer of the bones, lungs,spine and lymph nodes.Canceris tumor started in the liver. oh by the way two tumors on the liver not just one.
Only an oncologist can properly answer that after a proper diagnosis. The cancer stage is the primary basis for predicting possible death due to systemic failure. At the metastatic stage, a patient will be given a count of threes such that the worst estimate will be 3 months, beyond that, another 3, and further. (+ info
How long should I worry agout secondary infections from H1N1?
I have had H1N1 for five days now. Today is my first day fever free and I am feeling pretty good. When is the risk of getting a secondary infection over? I don't have any risk factors, I am a healthy young adult.
What can I do about pain associated with Secondary dysmenorrhea?
Due to endometriosis, I have Secondary dysmenorrhea. I menstruate anywhere from 0-1 time every 1-2 years, but when I do, it's obviously an extreme situation. I've literally tried exercise, pain killers, heating pads, a hot bath...the list could go on. What can I do to lessen the pain, it's extremely severe?
Oh I'm sorry hun! The only thing that I can think of is investing in a TENS machine. My friend has one & swears it helps. Hope you find some relief soon.xx (+ info
How do you know if you have a secondary infection with a cold?
If you have a cold, what are the symptoms of having a secondary infection?
can someone please answer? i really need to know :( this cold has been going on longer than a week and no change.
Secondary infection would present with different severities with a cold. You wouldn't get a secondary infection with a cold however. People who have there immune system compromised usually have a second infection, but the symptoms can be high fever, muscle aches, join pain, loss of appetite. If it been more than week than you need to lay off work or school and rest. Get some more sleep and lots of fluids. If the cold has not change then see a doctor asap because this could be more than a cold. (+ info
Is the primary or the secondary immune system more rapid?
Compare and contrast a primary and a secondary immune response. Is the primary or the secondary immune response more rapid? Why?
You need to do the work Tam. But I will give you a hint. Break it down to its components. First line of defense is the skin. Second is the Nonspecific Immune Response, which is???, and the third is specific immune response which is??? Just break it down by those, define each and you have your answer. Take care. (+ info
Can you develop bronchitis very suddenly or is it secondary from having a cold/flu first?
On Saturday night I suddenly came down with a sore throat and a headache, by the next morning I was very wheezy and had chills, muscle aches and developed a cough. Also extreme fatigue. I went to the doctor today and was told that I have bronchitis. Isn't bronchitis usually secondary to something else or can you develop it suddenly on its own? Also don't you usually get a fever with bronchitis?
Ha ha funny! Saturday night I came down with a sore throat/cough and a slight headache. No chills, but I'm extremely fatigue also. I feel like weights are hanging from my eye lids, even when I get 9 hrs sleep.
I've been feeling this way since Saturday. The doctor told met the same thing today, Bronchitis! I told him I wanted to be tested for Swine, he refused. Then I made a big fuss, so he had his nurse test me.
I hate to be the one to say it, but Bronchitis is not common this time of year. Your symptoms sound like swine flu, and it's spreading rapidly across the U.S. The good news is, over 99% of cases are fine. So, just keep yourself hydrated. If you feel worse go to an urgent care or the E.R. and get tested. But I would bet that's what it is. I have the same thing going on. I know how you feel.
I couldn't believe he tried to write it off as BRONCHITIS!!!! (+ info
I am 35 yrs old and disabled due to motor vehicle accident. What is the best secondary insurance for me?
I just received medicare insurance. I've been looking for a secondary but most of them are only for people 65 and older. Is there an insurance out there that will fit my situation?
you can get Medicaid thru your state. also, check into compassionate payers. depending on your situation, they will have you apply for a grant. you could be approved for X amout of dollars to cover meds, whatever.
just google search "compassionate payers"
good luck! (+ info
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