NZ bee compound gives tumours the buzz-off
By Martin Johnston
Bees collect propolis to seal their hives.
A bee product from New Zealand has been shown to suppress tumours in mice, says a study presented to a scientific conference in the United States.
The researchers at a German hospital tested propolis against tumours that can occur in the nervous system and on skin in a condition called neurofibromatosis. Continue reading
Last night I was invited to speak with Net 2 about my website, and neurofibromatosis. Wow! What a tremendous experience it was FOR ME. A great group that was very interested in neurofibromatosis and my campaign. I was able to share what it’s like to live with nf , and how I deal with it. I learned a lot from the group as well as I hope they learned more about nf. I feel blessed that the group received my message. Meeting Net 2 was just what I needed. Maybe if I hang around the group, I can learn more tips about making the perfect site for neurofibromatosis.
Lou was playing with the video part of his digital camera and accidentally made a video. He’s pretty excited about it so don’t anybody tell him it’s prettylame. We don’t want to hurt his feelings or anything!!!
By the way, those burgers were the best as was the company and the hosts! I am so blessed to be have such great friends and support!
“OCULAR FEATURES OF NF I & II”
DR. RICHARD ALAN LEWIS
Profesor, Departments of Opthalmology, Pediatrics, Medicine and Molecular & Human Genetics, Baylor College of Medicine
Dr. Lewis formerly worked with Dr. Vincent Riccardi during the early days of neurofibromatosis discovery, identification and research.
I thought it would be nice to show some of the addy awards we won in neurofibromatosis. The awards are for the PSA and the work that is going on with the website. It is because off all the support you are giving. keep visiting my site and the blog. I thank you for your support
This show that we are starting to get notice. This is what we want. Its only the beginning. It a start of something big. I’m sure there will be more to come. You can rest a sure I will post the others when we receive more.
For all of you who missed the NF SYMPOSIUM presented by the Texas NF Foundation, the first presentation is now available by clicking HERE.
Dr. Sharon Plon, Clinic Chief, NF Clinic, TX Children’s Hospital and Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Molecular and Human Genetics,
Baylor College of Medicine presented “Update on Genetic Testing in NF1 and NF2.” We will be posting the other 4 presentations just as soon as we can convert them to the proper format for easy streaming.
Thank you Texas NF Foundation for allowing me to record video and take lots of photos to share on my website. Also, thank you Josh Powers of STANANDLOU Advertising for editing the videos and converting them for digital! It was a Saturday full of great fun, great friends and great information!!! Plus, I made a lot of new friends!!! If you have never gone to one before, I definitely recommend you attend the next one.