Cheery News for Breast Cancer Victims
Breast cancer is the most common type of cancer in women, is often seen as death sentence by the victims and their…
Beating urinary causes of incontinence for men
There is great news for men who deal with the causes of incontinence. Each year there are people who are diagnosed…
Breast Cancer Numbers World Wide Are Increasing,
The number of reported cases of breast cancer are increasing worldwide despite better education, detection and treatment…
The Pink Washing Of America: Where Breast Cancer
Breast cancer is a frightening and often deadly disease, make no mistake about it. But, if you see the smiling faces…
Breast Cancer Surgery Often Fails In the First
A study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association revealed that nearly one in four women who have…
Skin Cancer Diagnoses on the Rise: Most Preventable
A new study by the Mayo Clinic reveals some troubling news about skin cancer and the number of people who die from…
Cancer Articles (132)
Cancer What Is It? – Article 4 In A Series Of 10
I think that this quote by Mark Twain is particularly relevant to the theme of this article: "The only way to keep your health is to eat what you don't want, drink what you don't like and do what you'd rather not." It appears that there is a lot of…
By:  in  Cancer   Aug 18, 2012  
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Side Effects From My First Medication for CML 2003
Greetings! I imagine if you have chosen this article to read either you or someone you know has Chronic Myeloid Leukemia (CML). This is actually the first of three short articles describing the side effects I have experienced from the three medications I have taken over my last 8 years…
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Cancer What Is It? – Article 6 In A Series Of 10
How Does The Body Deal With Cancer? What a wonderful thing to understand. The body is an incredibly complex group of “systems” that are designed naturally to work together to support the body’s survival. It is programmed with all the “right stuff” at a molecular and cellular level to fight…
By:  in  Cancer   Aug 18, 2012  
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Help Your Father Quit Smoking On Father's Day
If you are wondering how to help your father quit smoking on Father's Day, then you know he's gonna have to Green Smoke, right? I mean, #Imjustsaying. As far as I know, everyone that Green Smoke love it and will reccomend it to any tobacco smoker. In most cases, for…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Lung Mesothelioma Asbestos   Jun 06, 2011  
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Coffee Enemas to Treat Cancer
In a nutshell, a coffee enema is related to the procedure wherein the coffee is inserted into the anus. Moreover, the enema procedure has also been used for many years to treat illnesses like encopresis, constipation and other medical condition. Recently, it is being promoted as the coffee enemas to…
By:  in  Cancer   Jun 22, 2011  
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Beating urinary causes of incontinence for men today is a reality!
There is great news for men who deal with the causes of incontinence. Each year there are people who are diagnosed with Prostate cancer, suffer accidents, or have other ailments that leave them dealing with causes of incontinence. Urinary incontinence is the loss of control of the flow of urine.…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Prostate Cancer   May 17, 2011  
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When is Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Breast cancer occurs in both men and women. The cost in human lives and suffering is tremendous but newer treatments and better methods of detection is saving lives everyday. Masive surgery is not always needed and consultation with several doctors can help a patient make a better decision on treatment.…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   Apr 14, 2011  
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Tanning Beds Or Cancer
Are Tanning Beds Safer Than Natural Sun? With all the emphasis on safe sunning and the dangers of ultraviolet rays, many people have chosen to get a healthy tanning glow in what may actually be a most unhealthy way – the use of a tanning bed or tanning salon. Statistics…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Skin Cancer   Jul 18, 2011  
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Surviving Granulosa Cell, A Rare Form Of Ovarian Cancer
In 2007 after many tests to try and locate the reason for pelvic pain I had been experiencing, a cyst on my ovary was shown on an ultrasound so my doctor decided to send me to a gynocologist to see if the cyst should be removed and if this was…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer   May 10, 2011  
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Healthy Lifestyle can Enhance Breast Cancer Awareness
Now-a-days, many people become unable to maintain a healthy lifestyle due to various reasons. Eating unhealthy foods and no spare time for exercise have increased peoples chances of falling victim to diseases. Being a woman, you need to be more aware of your health. If you maintain a healthy life…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   Aug 23, 2011  
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Cancer What Is It? – Article 5 In A Series Of 10
There are some basic things you should know about cancer and your body so that you can develop the approach that works best for you. The majority of cancers are caused by environmental and/or preventable influences. There is a small percentage that is linked to genetics. That doesn’t mean that…
By:  in  Cancer   Aug 18, 2012  
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A One Step to Avoiding Female Breast Cancer
Cause of Breast Cancer and its Prevention Women are suffering from Breast Cancer issues and it really haunts us as to where from these Cancer cells originate. As we all know Plastic products are harmful for the environment as well as to the body. This being said, let me move…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   Jul 30, 2013  
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Smaller, Faster Clinical Trials Can Bring About New Breast Cancer Treatment Drugs
The scientists and researchers call it the "valley of death". They are referring to the time period when a new cancer drug is discovered or developed to the time when it has been proven to be effective and allowed to be given. In most cases, it is a lengthy and…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   Dec 20, 2011  
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Cancer Increases Might Be Linked to Obesity And Lack Of Exercise
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in conjunction with other cancer entities, the overall rate of new cases of cancer has decreased however, there are a number of cancers that continue to increase and may be directly related to obesity as well as sedentary lifestyles. The CDC…
By:  in  Cancer   Apr 03, 2012  
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My Experience With Cancer
During my life I have been very healthy. I guess I took it for granted. Never missed a school day or very rarely. When I was 15 years old, I started smoking. In my defence, we were very nieve in those days... smoking was grown up and sophicated. Oh well,…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   Aug 20, 2012  
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Cancer is Getting A Curable Disease
In the fight against cancer we are beginning to reap the first fruits: besides the United States, in Europe and in Italy prevention campaigns and the introduction of new more effective treatments are popping up arms against cancer, reduce mortality. A study supported by AIRC and FIRC and published in…
By:  in  Cancer   Nov 21, 2011  
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Foods Help Fight Cancer
When considering food for cancer patients, there are a lot of options. The purpose of food in the healing of illness, is not really to treat the illness itself. Rather it is to boost the immunity of the sufferer so that their natural healing processes can take place for themselves.…
By:  in  Cancer   Apr 15, 2015  
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Susan G Komen For the Cure Charities Pulls Grant Money From Planned Parenthood
Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure is one of the nation's leading breast cancer charities. Founded in 1982, nearly two billion dollars for breast cancer research has been raised by a number of events as well as products that bear the charity's name. For years, that charity has been…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   Feb 01, 2012  
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Common Personal, Genetic, And Environmental Risk Factors for Myelodysplasia
The exact cause of any type of cancer is most likely due to a wide variety of factors. Even though the exact causes for a particular cancer cannon be pinpointed the main risk factors that have been shown to contribute the most to cancer development are personal genetics , and…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Leukemia Lymphoma Cancer   Sep 13, 2012  
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Are You Aware Of Breast Cancer Causes?
Breast cancer is one of the most common types of cancers among women and it starts as an abnormal group of cells that multiply in an uncontrolled manner. This uncontrolled growth causes damage to neighboring tissues and can appear as a lump or tumor. No one knows the reasons for…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   Aug 02, 2012  
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Is Cancer Just A Number?
How many people do you know that have been touched by cancer? How many of you have been touched by cancer? The statistics are quite mind boggling when you look at them. As of January 2008, the National Cancer Institute estimated that there are nearly 12 million U.S. citizens living…
By:  in  Cancer   Mar 13, 2012  
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Mobile Phone Radiation - An Urban Myth Or Serious Health Hazard
Hi there, For several years there has been an argument about the dangers of mobile phone radiation going on between various scientists and health experts and the telecommunications industry. The argument is not about whether or not cell phones emit electro-magnetic radiation, the radiation is measurable with a special meter,…
By:  in  Cancer   Jun 02, 2011  
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Breast Cancer: An Overview
The breast or mammary gland is composed of glandular and fatty tissues and is a most important part of a woman’s reproductive system. Breast cancer is the commonest cancer in women. Worldwide, estimated 1.3million women are diagnosed with the disease annually and about one third of that number will die…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   Jul 19, 2011  
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What You Should Expect From A Mesothelioma Settlement
A mesothelioma settlement is often a financial arrangement achieved amongst a mesothelioma sufferer (and their lawful counsel) and also the company accused of neglect or guilt. Each time a mesothelioma settlement is achieved, it really is typically completed by way of a court docket case where the victim's authorized counsel…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Lung Mesothelioma Asbestos   Jan 14, 2014  
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Non - Hodgkin's Lymphoma Cancer Testimony
Cristian says his experience. "At age 8 I was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. The doctors had given me ten per cent chance of recovery. Today, thanks to advances in research for more than 60 percent of people saved. These few words serve only to make it clear that years of…
By:  in  Cancer   Dec 23, 2011  
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Weight Loss May Help Drop Your Breast Cancer Risk
Researchers at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center have found that a small amount of weight loss could possible reduce some of the risk factors for breast cancer by lowering the estrogen levels in a woman's body. That study is being published to the Journal of Clinical Oncology. Researchers recruited…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   May 26, 2012  
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How Telomerase Works And Its Possible Involvement With Cancer
Telomerase are the end tips of the eukaryotic cells. Problems often occur with these regions durining the process of replication. Replication is the process at which a DNA moleculae is copied resulting in an identical daughter chromosome. In the process of replication there is a leading strand in which is…
By:  in  Cancer   Jul 28, 2012  
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Smoking Most Frequently Asked Questions
Why do you insist so much on the risks of smoking? What do you inhale the cigarette smoke? How substances in the smoke for the development of cancer? What is the maximum number of cigarettes you can smoke without risk? It is better to choose "light" cigarettes? Pipe and cigars…
By:  in  Cancer   Nov 24, 2011  
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P53 Gene: Natures Life Saver
"We are sorry to have to tell you this, but you have an inoperable tumor. We are not really sure how much longer you have to live." These words are enough to chill even the strongest man to his very soul. To some, it is perfectly understandable as to how…
By:  in  Cancer   Feb 20, 2012  
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Breast Cancer Risks
Studies say there is a link between working long hours at night and the risks of women breast cancer. Women who were working on night shifts for almost 30 years ave been diagnosed for cancer twice the rate than women who never worked at night. Coincidence? Of-Course not. So what…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   Sep 06, 2013  
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Although there is no definite cure for cancer in today's modern world of medicine and technology,…
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