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Study: Lung cancer screening doesn't save lives A new study suggests that screening smokers and former smokers for lung cancer doesn't save lives or prevent advanced disease and may lead to unneeded and harmful treatment. But it's not the final wo ...
Mar 07 2007 11:09am
New study: Mediterranean diet may reduce lung cancer Mediterranean foods may reduce the risk of developing the lung disease known as Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, according to a new study published in the journal Thorax. The range of antioxidan ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
Breast cancer Breast cancer is a cancer that starts in the cells of the breast in women and men. Worldwide, breast cancer is the second most common type of cancer after lung cancer (10.4% of all cancer incidence, ...
May 12 2009 11:29am
Crunch on Carrots to fight cancer A study published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, found that falcarinol, a natural phytonutrient in carrots, can reduce the risk of cancer by a third. Falcarinol helps to protect ...
Apr 01 2008 5:32am
This is great to know. Could the new phrase be "A carrot a day keeps the doctor away"? more
Apr 20 2008 4:46pm
im a 9year colonrectal survivor with bone loss my spine hurts, cant sit/stand for more than 30minutes im 41years old took 25treatments of radiation,9months of 5-fu chemo. 5operations, 2different colostomies. i got my cancer at age 30. with 2tumors. i suffer from pressure/pain/ shocking sharp spider pa ...
Sep 11 2010 1:59pm
are you a cancer survivor from colonrectal cancer too, ... more
Sep 21 2010 4:06pm
Cancer Cure ? Virology Research, Killer Viruses / Cancer Viruses . Viruses are a microscopic parasites that live in your blood, the viruses leach the nutrients out of your protein molecule. Your protein ...
Jul 24 2011 6:36am
suffer from awful pain in back but is it from my cancer treatments im a 9year colonrectal cancer survivor, at age 30. took 25treatments of high beam radiation, 9months of fu-5 chemo before and after surgery. ive hAD  5operations, tookout my gallbladder with 2stones w ...
Sep 19 2010 11:59am
Breast Cancer and the Low-Fat Diet The National Institute of Health (NIH) has found that decreasing total fat intake may make a minimal impression on reducing the risk of breast cancer, and has no effect on the risk of colorectal cance ...
Jun 13 2007 5:56pm
Thanks for the clarification Mary Ann! You are absolutely right. When making changes to ... more
Jan 11 2008 9:33am
Caffeine + Exercise = Reduced Risk of Skin Cancer According to a new study, exercise and a regular coffee habit might be enough to ward off skin cancer. Researchers from the Laboratory for Cancer Research at the School of Pharmacy at Rutgers Univer ...
Aug 02 2007 12:00pm
Yoga as an Adjunct to Cancer Treatment Article Title: Yoga as an Adjunct to Cancer Treatment By: Deborah Crooks While the billions of dollars spent on cancer research each year have yet to yield a cure, yoga practice is being accepted ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am