When you're battling cancer, you want to stack all the cards in your favour - and that's why this natural cancer treatment is gaining a lot of support in the field of medicine.
It's called IVC, and it stands for Intravenous Vitamin C treatment.
Read on below about how it disarms cancer cells and the positive results of some exciting studies... Vitamin C is one of the most powerful antioxida... ››› more
Results from an analysis published in Nature Genetics could help us understand which men are at the highest risk of developing testicular cancer and alert them to get screened for this easy-to-treat type of cancer….
The results reveal new genetic locations that could be susceptible to inherited testicular germ cell tumours. The scientists behind the analysis, from the Testicular Cancer Consor... ››› more
A recent study by researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center have uncovered that the process of combining medications may help treat brain cancer and tumours.
Their findings, which they published in the journal Nature Neuroscience, demonstrated that a combination of medications traditionally used to separately treat arthritis and lung cancer can destroy glioblastoma - a brain tumour that is ... ››› more
Pancreatic cancer can be difficult to treat. But researchers have determined that adding the experimental drug known as PEGPH20 to a standard chemotherapy regimen pay provide metastatic pancreatic cancer patients a long period before their cancer progresses.
These findings come as a result of a randomised, controlled clinical trial led by Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center faculty member, S... ››› more
All along you've been told that a reduction in belly fat is associated with lower levels of breast cancer markers. But a new study published in the journal Endocrine-Related Cancer has found that it's actually a reduction in overall body fat that's associated with lower risk of breast cancer!
Researchers behind this study say the results highlight the importance of maintaining a healthy weight ... ››› more
It goes without saying that a prostate cancer diagnosis may be an especially perilous time for men because of the cancer. But prostate cancer death isn't the only risk tied to the first few months after diagnosis…
According to a new study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, men who are diagnosed with prostate cancer are almost twice as likely to commit suicide and die o... ››› more
Researchers discovered long ago that lung cancer patients fighting later stages of the disease can benefit from immunotherapy, a type of cancer treatment that uses substances made by your body or a laboratory to boosts your body's natural defences to fight cancer.
Now, new findings by The Tisch Cancer Institute at Mount Sinai reveal that newly diagnosed lung cancer patients can equally benefit... ››› more
Nowadays, doctors are now recommending that prostate cancer patients don't use traditional medical cancer treatment unless the cancer is highly progressed - especially if the man is older than 60.
But that doesn't mean that prostate cancer patients shouldn't do all that they can to fight prostate cancer…
Read on for four herbs that are effective at reducing existing prostate cancer and pr... ››› more
To date, there's no research that proves that your lifestyle habits post-breast cancer surgery impact your risk of a breast cancer recurrence. However, Julia Rowland, PhD, director of the National Cancer Institute's Office of Cancer Survivorship, assures that surviving surgery is the ideal occasion to reassess your habits!
“A cancer diagnosis represents a teachable moment,” explains Rowland... ››› more
You already know that cruciferous vegetables like broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage and cauliflower are chockfull of cancer-fighting compounds.
But, according to recent research, watercress is yet another green with potent anti-cancer effects. Here's exactly how this peppery green helps prevent certain cancers.
Watercress increases the antioxidants in your blood, which can help you prevent... ››› more
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