Arti is important, not loudspeaker, the Bollywood singer said clearly and concisely while reaffirming his secular credentials.
Sonu Nigam shaved off his head during a media interaction in Mumbai on Wednesday after a Muslim cleric announced a reward of Rs 10 lakh for anyone who will nsure the singer.
Sonu speaking to media said that he was not criticising any religion, insteadhe was raising a social pic about use of loudspeakers. Call came after Sonu’s Monday tweetson being woken up by morning azaan and calling it ‘forced religiousness and gundagardi’. Azaan is important, not loudspeaker. Klein said overall, women who use the cap lose just 25 their hair percent.
Look, there’re whatsoever. So feelings associated with hair loss impact nearly each aspect of a breast cancer patient’s life from her ‘selfimage’ and sexuality to if she is comfortable at work or even walking into the supermarket to buy a quart of milk. Significant alopecia is problematic, said Klein. Any time you look in the mirror, you remember you’re getting cancer treatment. Just keep reading. For women struggling through a difficult medical ordeal, the benefit is significant. Research published in 2008 in the journal ‘PsychoOncology’ looked at 38 existing studies on breast cancer treatment and quality of life problems, and found hair loss consistently ranked the most troubling after effects of treatment for women.
Lots of breast cancer survivors report that even when their hair finally grows back after chemotherapy it’s often different in color or texture than the hair they had before, being that the time span it should take the hair follicles to recover from the damage caused by the drugs.
This minimizes and in therefore the snug cap is secured onto a patient’s head any time she undergoes chemotherapy. While meaning that less of the xins from chemo enter the hair follicle the blood vessels surrounding the hair roots contract since, it chills the scalp down to 5 degrees Celsius. Of course though her doctors caught the cancer early, they wanted to be certain it should never return, that meant an unilateral mastectomy followed by 12 punishing rounds chemotherapy. After a few subsequent tests.
These clusters of white flecks visible on her scan indicated there should take a serious ll on her psyche. Of course, he wrote to friends in Sweden, who were able to obtain information about a completely new and innovative therapy called a scalp cooling cap. With that said, he soon found out that Mount Sinai Beth Israel in a city of New York was involved in a clinical trial on the device, known as the DigniCap System, that is worn by a patient during chemotherapy transfusions. Eventually, the clinical trial is now in its final phase. Actually the company behind the cap, Dignitana, may be submitting results to the Food and Drug Administration by the end of November, and hope to win FDA approval for the cap in 2015. Essentially, the 59 year old thought she had no choice to accept amidst the most dreaded ‘sideeffects’ of chemotherapy, when Donna Tookes learned she had breast cancer last winter.