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Dr. Egidius Stockenstrom

Dr. Egidius Stockenstrom

MD
Family Doctor
Vancouver, BC
Q:

How do I treat my cold?

A:

The best way to treat your cold is to treat the symptoms it is causing you. Your local drug store will have several options to provide relief for cold symptoms. You can always ask the pharmacist as well what your options are.

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Common Cold Symptoms and Treatments

Dr. John Fleetham

Dr. John Fleetham

MD, FRCPC , Asthma Specialist
Respirologist
Vancouver, BC
Q:

What medications are used to treat asthma?

A:

There are two main types of inhalers used to treat asthma. The first group are called bronchodilators, and they serve to open up the airways in order to allow more air to get into the lungs. The other type of inhalers are anti-inflammories which can have a longer-lasting effect in order to help prevent asthma symptoms.

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Asthma Treatments

Dr. Jan Peter Dank

Dr. Jan Peter Dank

MD
Dermatologist
Bellingham, WA
Q:

How is melanoma treated?

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Melanoma treatment has the best chance at success if the melanoma is caught early. The melanoma tumour on the skin needs to be removed surgically, along with a certain amount of normal skin around the tumour to ensure the surrounding cells aren't affected. Depending on the stage of the melanoma, you may need only one surgery to treat it, or you may require future surgeries along with scans to detect if the melanoma has spread to other tissues in the body.

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Treatment of Melanoma Skin Cancer