Is there Connection Between Dairy Products And
My mother died of brest cancer which left me and my sister with 50% chances to get brest cancer according to a doctor.…
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,…
Cyclobutane Pyrimidine Dimers
Pyrimidine dimers are a special type of DNA damage found within the many layers of the skin. It is a leading cause…
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…
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How Are Clinical Trials Designed?
Clinical trials have a specific design which allows for a step by step analysis - slow and deliberate - of new drugs,…
Cancer Articles (132)
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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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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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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Side Effects From My Third Medication for CML 2007-Present
Greetings! This is the third of three articles I wrote to share my experience and side effects of the three medications I have taken for my CML. The first drug was Interferon, followed by Gleevec, and currently I continue with Sprycel. I was diagnosed back in 2003 and am delighted…
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Thymine Dimers
DNA is composed of four different bases: adenine, gaunine, cytosine, and thymine. These bases are complimentary to eachother, meaning that adenine only pairs with thymine and guanine pairs only with cytosine. Adenine and guanine are both purines and cytosine and thymine are pyrimidines, therefore purines pair with pyrimidines and vice…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Skin Cancer   Jul 30, 2012  
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Phones And Cancer: Conversations at Risk?
Arrive on time in the newspapers and on television warning signs on the use of cell phones, which some may favor the development of cancer, especially to the brain. They are well founded fear? The International Agency for Research on Cancer, Lyon (IARC) has announced May 31, 2011 that a…
By:  in  Cancer   Nov 28, 2011  
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Why Should I Participate In A Clinical Trial?
As a clinical research nurse I want to get the word out that participating in a clinical trial is generally a win-win opportunity. Let’s explore together the types of research within a clinical trial you may be asked to participate in. The more you understand what is both offered and…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   Feb 23, 2012  
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Breast Cancer Subtypes Provide Some Clues But More Questions for Future Treatment
Doctors have long wondered why two women with the "same" type of breast cancer could have wildly different prognoses when following the same treatment plans. A new, multinational research study may illustrate why that is as well as providing scientists with new directions to take future research studies in. That…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   Apr 24, 2012  
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Cancer What Is It? – Article 8 In A Series Of 10
Recall from previous articles that a large percentage of cancers, up to 95%, are caused by something related to your personal environment: diet and nutrition, physical fitness, stress, traumatic events etc. and/or something in the physical environment such as pollution, engineered toxins and so forth. This has clearly been established…
By:  in  Cancer   Aug 18, 2012  
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Is there Connection Between Dairy Products And Brest Cancer
My mother died of brest cancer which left me and my sister with 50% chances to get brest cancer according to a doctor. If I understood it correctly that would mean one of us would be affected by brest cancer. I was only 22 years old and made decision not…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   Oct 24, 2013  
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Learn What the Symptoms Of Colon Cancer Are
Cancer medically known as the malignant neoplasm. It is a large group of toxins in our bodies, growing uncontrollably forming into malignant tumors. Colorectal cancer or common known as colon cancer is one of the most common cancer in the world today. It is in fact the 3rd most common…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Colon Rectal Cancer   Dec 22, 2011  
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Referees With A Heart
Often you walk into your neighborhood arena to encourage and watch your son or daughter play hockey, a game they have learned to love. Much too often we can hear the parents yelling and screaming at the hockey referees who in their minds are short of IQ or in much…
By:  in  Cancer   Jul 16, 2012  
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Stomach Cancer: Helicobacter Pylori is the Enemy Or Ally?
Accused of promoting stomach cancer, but the bacterium could protect against some forms of the disease. Helicobacter pylori Until recently it seemed an established fact. The presence of the bacterium Helicobacter pylori in the stomach and thus favored the ulcer increased the risk that this degenerate and develop a tumor.…
By:  in  Cancer   Nov 23, 2011  
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Identification Of Hostile Breast Cancer Through Six Key Genes Test
Screening for breast cancer is a must to investigate many of the hidden facts about the disease. It also helps out to identify the stage and intensity of breast cancer. It is indeed a big discussion when it comes to diagnose breast cancer and further to look for the details…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   May 20, 2016  
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Breast Cancer Surgery Often Fails In the First Try: Most Patients Need Second Surgery
A study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association revealed that nearly one in four women who have the minimally invasive lumpectomy surgery to treat their breast cancer are likely to need a secondary surgery, up to and including a mastectomy to remove additional cancerous cells and affected…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   Feb 08, 2012  
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Asian Flush And Cancer
There is new research showing that there may be a connection between Asian flush and cancer. If you have the condition alcohol flush reaction (more commonly known as Asian flush), you'll already be familiar with the symptoms - red and puffy skin, itching, sunburn like burning, dizziness, and even nausea…
By:  in  Cancer   Mar 14, 2011  
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Mammograms May Raise Breast Cancer Risk In Certain Age Groups
For years, the experts have suggested that mammography is the key to early breast cancer detection. While that medical test may be helpful in a number of cases, new research is suggesting that for some groups of women, it may actually increase the risk of developing breast cancer. The study,…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   Sep 13, 2012  
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Curing Cancer Naturally
In April of 2011 I had a red bump come up on my upper right side and after a few weeks it was still there. I went to my dermatologist and he took a sampling of it and sent it to a local lab. When the results came back he…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Skin Cancer   Dec 15, 2011  
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Why the Epigenetics Approach on Cancer?
We are all derived from a set of instructions carried in the DNA inherited from the combination of our parents’ genetic material. However, the variation of gene expression in our phenotypes or “physical expressions” may not be solely due to alterations of our DNA sequence. The theory of epigenetics implies…
By:  in  Cancer   Mar 21, 2012  
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Vitamin C Kills Cancer
This is the first article in the "Kills Cancer Series," the result of my research into the efficacy of alternative Cancer Therapies. Most people know someone that has been affected by the Big C, but did you know that big pharma companies have long been invested in a regime of…
By:  in  Cancer   Jun 04, 2012  
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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 families especially in the third world. The reason behind the sufferers present very late and at that point, there is pretty little or nothing medical science can do…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   Nov 12, 2014  
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Genes And Cancer
Genes A gene is not enough For many years it was thought that one could find "the" cure for cancer. Then he realized that every type of cancer was a story in itself. Today, most experts believe that there is only one approach that applies to everyone, even for apparently…
By:  in  Cancer   Dec 27, 2011  
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Ovarian cancer is called the silent killer because it rarely has any symptoms until the tumors inside…
I had a mark on my cheek for years. After many constant visits to the dermatologist, during which…
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Although there is no definite cure for cancer in today's modern world of medicine and technology,…
A risk factor can be defined as anything that puts you at increased risk of developing breast cancer.…

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