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Cancer

Couch Potatoes & Cancer

 August 12, 2019

Occasionally I have to remind myself that I have gotten my money’s worth out of Netflix and I do not need to watch that next episode of the series after I just finished the last 3. Does that sound familiar? I think its’ called “The Netflix Marathon.” I recently read an article by Robert Preidt […]

Is Colorectal Cancer Only For Over 50?

 August 11, 2019

The prevailing belief about colon cancer has been predominantly a disease of those over 50.  Dr. Robert Ashley, an internist and assistant professor of medicine at the University of California, Los Angeles, has given more information concerning this much-feared disease.  Data has been warning for several years of a rise in colon cancers diagnosed before […]

Precision Medicine

 August 8, 2019

So, exactly what its precision medicine?  This future vision is explored in an article written by Yella Hewings-Martin PhD, that was fact checked by Jasmin Collier.  Rather than using symptoms for the doctor to identify your disease, how about using your genes, metabolism and gut microbiome information to manage your individual health?  This is precise […]

Low-Calorie Drinks To Reduce Bowel Cancer Recurrence?

 July 31, 2019

I enjoy researching and trying to find anything in the world that possibly may help our cancer patients at New Hope Unlimited. Sometimes I come across an article or study that really impresses me and sometimes there is one that I absolutely don’t believe. I am reporting on this article but I do not believe […]

Immunotherapy & Cancer

 July 25, 2019

Wouldn’t it be great if our own immune system could cure cancer?  Well, I believe it can. I have seen so many of our patients that have proven this. We have been using immunotherapy at New Hope Unlimited since 2007. A research team has discovered how they feel this might come to fruition.  It forms […]

Denial Affecting Cancer

 July 20, 2019

Denial is something that we all live with in some degree or another.  Psychological defense mechanisms are used by us to protect us from painful emotions, and some of us may be more aware of this than others.  Humor helps people cope with stress by finding something funny or amusing to laugh about when we […]

Beta Blocker & Cancer

 July 18, 2019

I am always reading, talking to scientist and researchers about what can we use to help fight cancer for our patients at New Hope Unlimited. I love to report on new things and ideas for combating cancer. I just wish I could report more on natural remedies but the studies are very slow to come […]

New Drug Sponge

 July 14, 2019

I found a new article written by Maria Cohut and fact checked by Isabel Godfrey about a new drug sponge that may reduce chemo’s toxic effects.  An innovative and personalized absorber that can catch the toxic chemo drugs when they leak out of a treated organ has been developed by researchers.  This absorber could help […]

Breath Test for Cancer

 July 11, 2019

Maria Cohut has published an article, fact checked by Jasmin Collier, telling us about a new breath test for cancer that is currently under trial.  This clinical trial just launched is in hopes it can help to diagnose multiple forms of cancer. The Cancer Research United Kingdom Cambridge Institute researchers have recently developed an innovative […]

Brain Aging & Cancer Treatments

 July 10, 2019

Finally, research is proving and being published to show that chemotherapy can possibly do more harm than good. Chemotherapy treatments supposedly work, but those same factors helping them to eradicate tumors might also accelerate aging processes in the brain, according to new research.  Maria Cohut gives us more information in an article that was fact […]