Cancer

New Cancer Drug Delivery Method

Posted on September 24, 2018

The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) from the Florida campus have developed a new drug delivery method that produces strong results in treating cancers in animal models that includes some hard-to-treat solid and liquid tumors. TSRI Associate Professor Christoph Rader led the study, and the article was published online in the journal Cell Chemical Biology. A […]

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Calluses & Throat Cancer Relationship

Posted on September 21, 2018

I thought the article I read by Ana Sandoiu was interesting, and one I had never even suspected. We all develop calluses at one time or the other, but some calluses and corns can become severe and very inconvenient. In some rare cases, an extreme thickening of the skin is a symptom of a particular […]

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Benefits of Daily Aspirin

Posted on September 17, 2018

A study led by Cardiff University concludes that stomach bleeds that are caused by aspirin are considerably less serious than the spontaneous bleeds that can occur in people not taking aspirin. The finding that was published in the journal Public Library of Science, with the extensive study of literature, reveals that while the regular use […]

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Breast Cancer Screening

Posted on September 14, 2018

Breast cancer screening should definitely not be stopped at a specific age, as there is no sufficient evidence to suggest screening should be stopped. The study was co-authored by Dr. Cindy Lee, assistant professor in residence at the University of California-San Francisco, and team. They presented their findings at the Radiological Society of North America […]

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Colorectal Cancer

Posted on September 12, 2018

Finding colorectal cancer early can be highly curable. This occurs when abnormal cells grow in the lining of the large intestine (colon), or the rectum. This can occur in both men and women and has the 2nd highest rate of cancer deaths in the U.S. Polyp growths occur on the inside of your intestines, but […]

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People Die From Chemotherapy – Not Cancer!

Posted on September 10, 2018

When a patient diagnosed with cancer refuses chemotherapy treatment, they live 12 ½ years longer on average than those who undergo chemo. This is revealed by Dr. Hardin B. Jones, a Berkeley doctor and former professor of medical physics and physiology at the University of California, who says that according to recent statistics, approximately 1 […]

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Fatigue & Multiple Myeloma

Posted on August 29, 2018

It is absolutely no fun to be tired and fatigued. Multiple myeloma comes with fatigue that is different from the tiredness you may have felt before. This is a bone-deep exhaustion that does not get better with rest. There are several things you can do to get the rest you need and boost your energy. […]

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Choosing Complementary Medicine For Cancer

Posted on August 27, 2018

Choosing the complementary medicine best suited for your type of cancer can be a daunting and overwhelming decision. My opinion is a true integrative program of science based protocols that are done outside of the United States. However, many people are unable to travel outside of the US. There is some helpful information on integrative treatments […]

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Complementary Cancer Treatments

Posted on August 24, 2018

There are therapies to ease your symptoms of cancer or the treatment side effects that might include pain, nausea, fatigue or anxiety. You might want to consider looking beyond the tandard medicine for some alternative solutions. The complementary therapies may not always cure the disease, (but certainly might) but many of them can help you […]

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Affordable Care Act Disparities

Posted on August 22, 2018

A significant barrier to receiving cancer preventive services seems to be the out-of-pocket expenditures. This is especially true for individuals of lower socioeconomic status. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) has been reviewed in a new study as to how the act of eliminating such out-of-pocket expenditures has affected the use of mammography and colonoscopy. Cancer […]

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Dr. Fredda Branyon