Category: Cancer

Recent Advances in Cancer

From August 2017 through July 2018, the FDA approved 14 new anticancer therapeutics. These included nine molecularly targeted therapeutics, part of the new wave of precision medicines, as well as two targeted forms of...

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Alternative Meds & Cancer

Alternate medicine may be a poor cancer therapy, according to a study of people with curable breast, prostate, lung,  or colorectal cancer. It found that those who chose complementary remedies and refused chemotherapy,...

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Managing Stress with Cancer

Stress management techniques can become valuable tools you can use. There are many ways to cope actively with cancer to increase your sense of well-being. For example: Express your emotions. Do not keep feelings inside, they...

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month (October)

October is breast cancer awareness month, as good as time as any to remember that nutrition plays a key role in preventing cancers, fighting cancer and reducing its recurrence. Here are steps you can take to help prevent or...

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Processed Food and Cancer

Consuming processed items like soda, candy, frozen meals, packaged bread and desserts, instant noodles and soups, and meats like hot dogs and chicken nuggets can increase cancer risk, a recent French study found. The...

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Fruit Lowers Cancer Risk

The fact that diets higher in fruit are linked to lower body weights could be partially responsible for why fruit may also reduce your risk of cancer. Fruit’s plentiful array of phytochemicals and nutrients, such as...

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Gum Disease-Cancer Link

Another good reason to take good care of your teeth and gums: Gum disease is linked to a higher risk of cancer, according to a recent study of nearly 7,500 older adults. In a study, those with severe gum disease were found to...

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Good News About Cancer

Death rates from cancer in the U.S. fell 26 percent from 1991 to 2015, according to the American Cancer Society. No table declines were seen in lung, breast, prostate, and colorectal cancers. Likely reasons?  Advances in...

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Cutting Cancer Risk

Lifestyle strategies can’t erase all cancer risk. Your genes, family history, and age, as well as past tobacco use, sunburns, and exposure to certain chemicals and pollutants all contribute. But an unhealthy diet, a lack...

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