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Risks of Influenza with Mesothelioma

by: nphare

Mon Aug 22, 2011 at 13:36:58 PM EDT

Influenza virus infection, commonly known as the flu, is a seasonal virus that can pose serious risks for compromised individuals. H1N1 or swine flu has become more prevalent in the United States, and can cause similarly seriously health complications as seasonal influenza in Mesothelioma cancer patients. If left untreated, influenza can complicate ongoing treatment, prolong hospital stays, and may cause death.

For patients with a pleural Mesothelioma Prognosis influenza can exacerbate cancer symptoms. As the lining of the lungs is affected, individuals struggle to breathe, cough and have difficulty swallowing. If an individual with mesothelioma contracts influenza, breathing can become more difficult. Coughing brought on by the flu can rupture delicate blood vessels in the lungs.

If a mesothelioma patient is undergoing chemotherapy or radiation treatment, typically their immune systems are compromised and suppressed, thus making it easier to contract the flu.

 

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More HTML Basics

by: katiebird

Sat Mar 10, 2007 at 23:22:47 PM EST

I'm reworking some of the earlier HTML instructions -- the instructions about removing spaces made some of the earlier HTML Hints confusing for me.  So I've redone the instructions without the space issue.


You can Copy/Paste the HTML codes in this diary just as they are (or type them just as they appear) in any diary or comment.


These instructions are stolen adapted from AnnieB, who reminds us to use American spelling for color and other HTML commands.


Bold text | Italics text | Bold Italic text | Color Text! | Text in a Box |

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So, you want to give the basics of HTML a try ....

by: AnnieB

Thu Nov 23, 2006 at 01:35:44 AM EST

This is intended for 'first timers' who want to try some bolding or colours (colors) in their postings.  We will start simple and build from there ..
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MaMa's Sandbox

by: MaMa

Wed Nov 22, 2006 at 20:29:08 PM EST

This is a place for me to try out some new skills.

If anyone else needs a space to practice and hasn't set up a spot for it yet, please make yourself welcome here!

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Karina's Practice Page

by: Karina

Wed Nov 22, 2006 at 19:15:02 PM EST

Just taking the new car out for a spin...
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Tables w/o White Space

by: gardner

Sun Nov 19, 2006 at 11:03:33 AM EST

Can we eliminate the white space? How? Harsh language?
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gardner's html sandbox

by: gardner

Sat Nov 18, 2006 at 18:35:33 PM EST

(basics, and now appears in the About box as 'Simple HTML' - promoted by DemFromCT)

See also HTML making a list
see also HTML tables without white space
All HTML rules use American spelling - color, not colour.
- DemFromCT

Some basic HTML:

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How to make lists in HTML

by: pogge

Sat Nov 18, 2006 at 14:45:12 PM EST

There are two types of lists. An unordered list uses bullets to designate individual items. An ordered list uses numeric digits to do so.

As with a lot of HTML, you use pairs of tags -- an opening and closing tag -- to control the format. In both the examples that follow, I'll put a space after the opening < to show what the code looks like and then repeat the example without that space to show the result.

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Bronco Bill's Corral

by: Bronco Bill

Fri Nov 17, 2006 at 16:58:34 PM EST

Photobucket - Video and Image Hosting


This diary is where I can practice my HTML coding and try my hand at 'splaining how to navigate around the NEWFluWiki Forum...

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