Raynaud’s phenomenon: poor adaptation to the cold

Raynaud’s phenomenon is caused by excessive constriction of arteries in the extremities (fingers, feet, ears) in response to cold, which blocks the circulation of blood. A defect in metabolic adaption which is very painful, but without real danger! Download the column

Richard Béliveau

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Chemotherapeutic medications are used in the treatment of several cancers because of their ability to block the uncontrolled growth of cancer cells. One recent study has shown that the involvement of the immune system plays a crucial role in the efficacity of these treatments. Download the column.