Download Ah shit j'ai pogné le cancer (Tome 2) by Maude Schiltz PDF

By Maude Schiltz

ISBN-10: 2896623280

ISBN-13: 9782896623280

- Êtes-vous prête, madame? C'est demain qu'on vous opère pour retirer vos treize tumeurs. On va en profiter pour enlever vos deux seins et vos deux mamelons en même temps.
- Prête? Euh... non, pantoute! Mais tsé, j'ai-tu vraiment le choix...
- Une autre selected, aussi: on va vour remettre en chimio.
- Ah, guy! ENCORE?!! Pfff... okay d'abord, convey it on, mais pas sans mes emails à mes friends par exemple... On va faire ça en gang!


Si j'ai accepté qu'on publie le deuxième volet de ma correspondance intime, c'est que j'aurais moi-même ecu besoin de lire un livre qui m'aurait montré ce qui m'attendait, qui aurait répondu à plein de mes questions, qui m'aurait expliqué ma maladie de façon basic et qui m'aurait fourni des astuces pour faciliter ma regimen de cancéreuse, mais je n'en ai pas trouvé.

Et comme pour le tome 1 de mon histoire, je préfère vous prévenir: il faut vous attendre à un langage parlé, à des sacres et à du franglais; à des bouts drôles comme à des bouts tristes; à des réflexions ou à des photographs qui dérangent; à des codes QR que vous aurez le choix de scanner ou non avec votre téléphone; mais surtout, à des infos que personne n'ose répéter à propos du melanoma et de ses traitements. Bref, on va se dire les vraies affaires...

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The αvβ3-integrin (vitronectin receptor) appears to play an important role in metastatic cell growth, and αvβ3-integrin activation seems to be a requirement for the metastatic phenotype of breast cancer and melanoma cells (Fielding-Habermann et al. 2001). Blocking αvβ3-integrins on these cells can decrease metastatic cell growth in vivo (Trikha et al. 2002). In cooperation with bone matrix components this integrin may also govern the metastatic colonization of bones as a specific target for metastases of breast and prostate carcinoma cells by mediation of their adhesion and migration (Liapsi et al.

Cancer Res 34:997–1004 Loftus JC, Liddington RC (1997) New insights into the integrinligand interaction. J Clin Invest 100 (Suppl 11):77–81 Lu Z, Jiang G, Blume-Jensen P, Hunter T (2001) Epidermal growth factor-induced tumor cell invasion and metastasis initiated by dephosphorylation and downregulation of focal adhesion kinase. Mol Cell Biol 21:4016–4031 Maghazachi AA (2000) Intracellular signaling events at the leading edge of migrating cells. IJBCB 32:931–943 Max R, Gerritsen RR, Nooijen PT, Goodman SL, Sutter A, Keilholz U, Ruiter DJ, De Waal RM (1997) Immunohistochemical analysis of integrin αvβ3 expression on tumor-associated vessels of human carcinomas.

In contrast, cells entering the bloodstream from splanchnic organs such as the colon are circulated first through the liver via the hepatic portal vein, and then into the venous system (Chambers et al. 2000; Chambers et al. 2001; MacDonald et al. 2002; Weiss 1992). It is well established that certain types of cancers have organ-specific preferences for metastatic growth. For example, colorectal cancers preferentially metastasize to the liver, prostate cancer often metastasizes to bone, and breast cancer favors metastasis to regional lymph nodes, lungs, liver, bone, and brain (Chambers et al.

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