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Do you love cooking and are you experimental?


I love cooking and use recipies as a guide only, i hardly ever follow one to the letter.
I like to invent but it is costly to experement, I wish I could be given a food experiment allowance every month how about you?
sorry goldie i'm british and only go to the netherland for work, thanks for asking.
For people suggesting i should train as a chef i have thought of it but i love the job i currently do and chefs wages are not that great, thanks for the suggestion though.
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I really enjoy cooking and baking, especially altering certain ingredients to make the recipe more original.
A point to remember is to note what changes you have made so that if the dish is especially good, you can repeat it.

I like baking breads. I like to change the constituency of the bread and I have found that substituting 200g of bran with the white flower makes a healthier loaf.

Keep cooking and enjoy it!

Regards
Fisherman  (+ info)

New or experimental treatments for lung cancer?


A loved one to whom I am extremely close to, was diagnosed a few days ago with Stage IV Adenocarcinoma of the lung and it is mestastic. She is willing to try any experimental drugs or therapy or any hollistic type of treatment. Does anyone have any information about these types of treatment or a website where we can research information about what is available? Thanks.
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Here are some links...she could try clinical trials..

Lung Cancer links

http://clinicaltrials.gov/ct/gui/action/FindCondition?ui=D008175&recruiting=true (clinical trials for lung cancer..hit map tab for local trials)
http://www.cancer.gov/clinicaltrials/results/lung (lung cancer clinical trials)
http://www.cdc.gov/search.do?action=search&queryText=lung+cancer&image.x=9&image.y=6 (CDC lung cancer links)
http://search.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/query?DISAMBIGUATION=true&FUNCTION=search&SERVER2=server2&SERVER1=server1&PARAMETER=lung+cancer&x=54&y=7 (medline plus lung cancer links)
http://www.multiplemyeloma.org/clinical_trials/4.02.html (clinical trials frequently asked questions)
http://www.multiplemyeloma.org/clinical_trials/Clin_Trials_The_Basics.ppt (basics of cancer clinical trials (need powerpoint)
http://www.multiplemyeloma.org/clinical_trials/Clin_Trials_In-Depth.ppt (cancer clinical trials in depth (need powerpoint)
http://www.pparx.org (medicine assistance)
http://www.copays.org/ (copay assistance for lung cancer)

Nutrition and Support for cancer patients
http://www.cancer.org/docroot/MBC/MBC_6.asp? (nutrition for cancer patients)
http://www.cancer.org/docroot/MIT/mit_0.asp (supporting cancer patients)

3 books on disease symptoms and treatments

you could also get these books on ebay or amazon or a half price book store. (last two are very similar)..
1.Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine
2.Handbook of Diseases (Lippencott)
3.Professional Guide to Diseases (Springhouse)  (+ info)

what can you suggest for our experimental project?


we prefer to experiment about food or agricultural products....and something that can be done by a 4th year HS like me.
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How many licks does it take to get to the center of a tootsie pop?
Kidding :)
GMOs is a good one.
Organic vs foods with chemicals
Compare soils or water  (+ info)

What are some types of experimental treatment for small cell lung cancer?


The choice of treatment depends mainly on the type of lung cancer and its stage. People with lung cancer may have surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, targeted therapy, or a combination of treatments

Pls click the link

http://www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/wyntk/lung/page9  (+ info)

What are the opinions of people against experimental treatment?


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Would you allow a company to use experimental beauty products on you?


I own a major beauty product company developing novel and revolutionary new skin toning products.

We are currently attempting to develop a new clinical beautifying mask.

It basically involves pouring molten neoprene directly onto the face and eyes.

Although our initial results on pigs yielded some unfavourable results, a few back handers here and there have secured us a clinical trial on humans.

Please respond if you are interested.

Thanks!
Sabre:

I totally agree with you! I have for a long time thought that the threat of having beauty products tested on you is a far better deterrent than 25 years in Belmarsh.
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How awful! Are the pigs okay?  (+ info)

My gf and I had experimental sex and I only pushed twice. Can she still get pregnant?


No condom. No signs of pre cum because it was so early for me.
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yeah she can, any time you have sex you run the risk of pregnancy. if you plan to do it again get a condom and she should go on birth control. if you arent willing to take the necessary steps to prevent an accidenal pregnancy then dont have sex.  (+ info)

What are the harmful effects from small benign neoplasms arising from endocrine organs on the patient?


Give positive answers...
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Get to know them better. This is not a task only to be accomplished through dating. The more you get to know him or her, the more you can tell if you like them as a friend or something else. Just talk and do fun activities with the person.
Stop and consider why you like the person. There are many physically attractive and smart people out there. But if you see something beyond that really catches your attention, you've marked this person as unique and probably like them. Why else would they stand out from so many?
Consider how many times you think about the person. If you find yourself thinking about this person several times a day, and they are happy thoughts that possibly make your heart beat faster, then you probably like them.
Think how often you laugh at their jokes etc. When you like someone, you will find yourself laughing at things even if they aren't that funny. This is a natural attempt to make them feel appreciated.
If the one conversation between you and the person is stuck in you head and you cant stop telling people about it. this means it was important to you, and you probably like the person.
Consider how much you try to be near them. If you've planned your walking speed to catch a glimpse of them as many times of the day as possible, there is a good reason for that.
Think about how you feel if you touch him or her, by accident or on purpose. If you're still thinking about brushing shoulders several hours ago in school, then that is a special thought and you probably like them.
If you feel you're ready for a relationship, and are confident enough for a positive response, then just go ahead and ask them out. If you're unsure of their feelings for you, there are several wikihows on how to tell if someone likes you.  (+ info)

Why are some people against experimental medicine?


Sometimes I hear news stories about people receiving experimental treatments for serious diseases. There always seems to be a researcher who implies that the patient(s) shouldn't have participated in the treatment for some reason. It seems to me that if someone is genuinely sick and made aware of all the risks, they should be able to do any treatment they want. If I had a terminal disease and someone said that they wanted to try an experimental drug on me, and made me aware that it might very well kill me, why should anyone other than me and my family be involved in that decision?
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MALPRACTICE! Despite what you and your family may agree to there is nothing to keep your family for suing the makers of that drug once you are out of the picture, should it kill you. Sue happy people will sue regardless of what they have been told and then that cost the makers big money JUST to defend regardless of a positive outcome for them.  (+ info)

Are there any positive effects of experimental drug use?


I know drugs often destroy people both physically and mentally. But can anything positive come from experiment drug use?
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I wouldn't think so. Especially if you're thinking of experimenting with ecstasy, cocaine, meth, prescription pills, herion, shrooms, etc. The only drug I've ever used or trusted is marijuana, but I would never, ever touch anything else (I don't even smoke cigarettes, though I do sometimes have a drink - I hate getting/being drunk, though). Also, most illegal drugs are very addictive, even cigarettes can be addictive after one use and they're legal! I don't exactly know what drugs you mean by "experimental drug use," but I wouldn't recommend it to you or anyone else.

Not to mention all of the above drugs are extremely expensive to get into. It's how dealers lead such a nice life (sometimes). A friend of mine (who I also worked for at the time) was a dealer and was able to buy quite a lot of nice stuff off of other people's money after working for just a month or two. And he still had money to buy the drugs he sold. So... what does that tell you? He also eventually got caught, put on house arrest, and had the weed, coke, and money that he had stored taken away. He's free now, but it's difficult for him to find a job now that he has anything relating to illegal drugs on his criminal history. Another friend of mine is also in rehab again (2nd time) for coke. He got hooked at a party after one use.  (+ info)

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