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Cancer patients who use complementary medicine have higher risk

CANCER PATIENTS WHO USE COMPLEMENTARY MEDICINE HAVE HIGHER RISK

Complemetary medicine is different to 'alternative'. It is the use of non-traditional treatment with traditional methods, rather than...

Bitter ‘super-tasters' have a nearly 60% higher risk of cancer

BITTER ‘SUPER-TASTERS' HAVE A NEARLY 60% HIGHER RISK OF CANCER

Researchers from Penn State University studied 5,500 British women for 20 years and found those who cannot taste the bitter chemical...

 
 
 
One simple thing you can do every night to lower your risk of cancer

ONE SIMPLE THING YOU CAN DO EVERY NIGHT TO LOWER YOUR RISK OF CANCER

Cancer is a fear for many, especially if it's in your family history. But a new study shows there's a easy way to lower your risk.

My Mammogram Missed My Breast Cancer

MY MAMMOGRAM MISSED MY BREAST CANCER

Breast cancer can strike even young women. And unlike some other kinds of cancers, breast cancer can strike right to the heart of a...

 
 
 
Sensitivity to Bitter-Taste may be Associated with Cancer Risk

SENSITIVITY TO BITTER-TASTE MAY BE ASSOCIATED WITH CANCER RISK

Link found between high bitter-taste sensitivity and increased risk of cancer among older British women by a recent study that involves...

Fresh Off Bristol Buyout, IFM Backers Raise $31M to Plot a Second Strike

FRESH OFF BRISTOL BUYOUT, IFM BACKERS RAISE $31M TO PLOT A SECOND STRIKE

Nearly one year ago, biotech startup IFM Therapeutics sold some of its assets to Bristol-Myers Squibb for $300 million. But IFM's founders...

 
 
 
Tanning Beds at Gym May Up Skin Cancer Risk

TANNING BEDS AT GYM MAY UP SKIN CANCER RISK

Indoor tanning beds at the gym could increase skin cancer risk if used frequently. Tanning beds produce ultraviolet light which may...

Very High Risk Drinking May Up Life 8208;threatening Health Burdens

VERY HIGH RISK DRINKING MAY UP LIFE 8208;THREATENING HEALTH BURDENS

Men and women with very high risk drinking level may experience severe health burdens such as liver cirrhosis, pancreatitis, oral cavity...

 
 
 
Children who undergo CT scans may be at a higher risk of brain cancer

CHILDREN WHO UNDERGO CT SCANS MAY BE AT A HIGHER RISK OF BRAIN CANCER

Researchers, led by Dr Michael Hauptmann at the Netherlands Cancer Institute, found rates of cancer were 1.5 times higher in the children...

Study: Acupuncture is an effective and convenient choice to reduce breast cancer-related lymphedema

STUDY: ACUPUNCTURE IS AN EFFECTIVE AND CONVENIENT CHOICE TO REDUCE BREAST CANCER-RELATED LYMPHEDEMA

A Chinese study looked into the use of acupuncture to reduce the occurrence of lymphedema in breast cancer patients. It determined...

 
 
 
ESPY Awards 2018: Jim Kelly delivers emotional speech after receiving Jimmy V Award

ESPY AWARDS 2018: JIM KELLY DELIVERS EMOTIONAL SPEECH AFTER RECEIVING JIMMY V AWARD

The former Bills quarterback received the award in recognition of his inspirational fight against oral cancer.

Dog with terminal cancer receives free burgers for life at Burger King

DOG WITH TERMINAL CANCER RECEIVES FREE BURGERS FOR LIFE AT BURGER KING

A daily cheeseburger eases the pain for this terminally ill boxer-lab mix.

 
 
 
Scientists discover how cannabis triggers hunger so they can treat appetite loss

SCIENTISTS DISCOVER HOW CANNABIS TRIGGERS HUNGER SO THEY CAN TREAT APPETITE LOSS

The researchers in Washington say the study is urgent since marijuana is given to cancer and HIV patients to treat appetite loss, but...

Burger King Offers Cancer-Stricken Dog Free Burgers For The Rest Of His Days

BURGER KING OFFERS CANCER-STRICKEN DOG FREE BURGERS FOR THE REST OF HIS DAYS

When Alec Karcher's 10-year-old dog named Cody was diagnosed with cancer two months ago, the veterinarian said he had only 1-3 months...

 
 
 
Asafoetida, a plant used in traditional folk medicines, found to show antitumor effects on breast cancer

ASAFOETIDA, A PLANT USED IN TRADITIONAL FOLK MEDICINES, FOUND TO SHOW ANTITUMOR EFFECTS ON BREAST CANCER

Plants and herbs that have long been used in folk medicine may very well hold the key to treating modern-day diseases. In a study published...

Woman's tells of how her itchy skin turned out to be cancer

WOMAN'S TELLS OF HOW HER ITCHY SKIN TURNED OUT TO BE CANCER

Lauren Chiarello, 33, from New York City, was diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma in December 2007 after experiencing severe itching....

 
 
 
New study reveals long-term dangers of summer fun - and how you can protect yourself

NEW STUDY REVEALS LONG-TERM DANGERS OF SUMMER FUN - AND HOW YOU CAN PROTECT YOURSELF

Adam Barsouk is a research assistant at the University of Pittsburgh Hillman Cancer Center. He warns too many of us skip precautions...

Drug Filled Nanobubbles can Help Kill Cancer Cells

DRUG FILLED NANOBUBBLES CAN HELP KILL CANCER CELLS

Anti-cancer drugs encapsulated in Nano Bubbles can be designed so that the drug is delivered right at the spot and when we need it...

 
 
 
IVF alone does NOT increase a woman's risk of breast, ovarian or womb cancer, study finds

IVF ALONE DOES NOT INCREASE A WOMAN'S RISK OF BREAST, OVARIAN OR WOMB CANCER, STUDY FINDS

Researchers from University College London found that women are only more likely to develop such conditions after IVF if they have...

Family Trees of Acute Myeloid Leukemia Mapped

FAMILY TREES OF ACUTE MYELOID LEUKEMIA MAPPED

The family trees of cancer cells in acute myeloid leukaemia have been mapped by researchers.