Reduce Cancer Risk Starting in Your Kitchen

 March 7, 2016

Thinking about how to reduce cancer risk starting in your kitchen? Here are a few steps to take and guidelines about the different ways you can reduce the risk of cancer beginning in the heart of your home, which is your kitchen. Don’t Microwave Plastic When you microwave plastic, this hastens the rate at which […]

Why Leukemia Can Return After Chemotherapy

 February 22, 2016

Scientist from the Weizmann Institute of Science researched the possible reasons why leukemia returned after chemotherapy and patients reaching remission. It looks like they forgot to research about the immune system’s wonderful ability to help fight cancer. Their new research revealed that the cancer involves a breakdown in the body’s mechanism that works to regulate […]

Why Brussel Sprouts In Your Cancer Diet?

 February 15, 2016

Ok, It might be time to do an “attitude” check. Do you find yourself wanting to make a face at the thought of eating brussel sprouts? Worse than that, do you feel like you could gag just at the thought of the smell of them? Wish you could be a kid again and slip it […]

Cancer To Rise 75% Within 14 Years Coming

 February 12, 2016

Did you know that by 2030, it is predicted that the number of new cancer cases will increase by 75% of what it is now.That means every day more and more people are being diagnosed with cancer. More cases are diagnosed today than it was 20 years ago. No, let me say not 20 years […]

February is National Cancer Prevention Month

 February 3, 2016

If you made resolutions this New Year, February is a time to begin to renew every effort. Better choices are just in time because February also happens to be National Cancer Prevention Month. The AICR or the American Institute for Cancer Research will be able to assist you with what you need to keep in […]

Hyperthermia as an Effective Cancer Treatment

 January 17, 2016

Looking for alternative therapies for the treatment of cancer? One alternative therapy treatment for cancer is hyperthermia. This is designed for killing tumor cancer cells through the exposure of the cells to higher than normal temperatures compared to what the body is used to. Due to the cancer cells and tumor abnormal characteristics, these have […]

Tips for Kidney Cancer Prevention

 January 3, 2016

No matter what age you happen to be at the moment, prevention goes a long way in terms of protecting your health. This holds true for kidney cancer as well as all other possible diseases. Specifically, it is important for you to get periodic checkups particularly if your family has a history of getting these […]

September is Ovarian and Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

 September 24, 2015

For both women and men, September is Ovarian and Prostate Cancer Awareness month. It is during this time in which more awareness should be put into both ovarian and prostate cancer. Ovarian Cancer One of the more difficult to detect cancers happens to be ovarian cancer. When the time comes in which each symptom starts […]

June 7 is National Cancer Survivors Day

 June 7, 2015

National Cancer Survivors Day, according to the foundation with the same name, is being observed every first Sunday of June (which falls on June 7 this year 2015). Parades, inspirational programs, motivational speeches, art exhibits, and others will be held during the event. But more important, this day is a celebration “to honor cancer survivors, […]

May is Melanoma/Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month

 May 28, 2015

It’s May and it’s Melanoma/Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month. The American Academy of Dermatology launches “Who’s Got Your Back” campaign this year to highlight the importance of applying sunscreen at the back, it being the most common location for Melanoma. But what makes this observance significant?   Melanoma News Today writes that, “Melanoma is […]