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Vitamin D alters genetic expression to shield against bladder cancer

9/11/2013 - New cases of bladder cancer are slowly rising in the U.S., as the disease will be diagnosed in 75,000 new cases this year. Bladder cancer will kill 15,000 people this year, and the incidence is three times more prevalent in men than women. As with many forms of cancer, the disease is the result of poor...

Low vitamin D increases risk of bladder cancer up to 600 percent

11/24/2012 - The vitamin D3 secret for preventing cancer is seeping into the mainstream media (MSM). But it's still a long way from getting the publicity that Koman for the Cure and their ilk promote as revenue producing, worthless cancer prevention measures. You won't hear or read too many cancer clinics and...

Want some cancer with that burger? Eating meat linked to bladder cancer

4/29/2010 - No one wants cancer served up with their steak or hamburger. But that's just what you may be getting. As NaturalNews has previously reported, numerous studies have linked meat consumption with cancer (http://www.naturalnews.com/024966_inflammation_cancer_meat.html). Now comes evidence from scientists...

Smoking Increases and Risk for Bladder Cancer Increases Too

12/8/2009 - In the latest example of all good things eventually coming to an end, smoking is on the increase in America, just one year after the smoking rate in America hit an all-time low. Worst of all, the increased smoking rate brings with it an even greater bladder cancer risk. Looking back, the year 2008...

Frankincense Oil Kills Bladder Cancer Cells

3/20/2009 - Frankincense oil has long been treasured for its soothing aroma. What's more, traditional healers have claimed for centuries that frankincense is a natural medicine that can treat a variety of conditions. Now research just published in the journal BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine demonstrates...

Raw Broccoli, Cabbage Slash Bladder Cancer Risk by 40 Percent; Cooking Destroys Benefits

7/18/2008 - Eating as little as three small servings of raw cruciferous vegetables per month, such as broccoli and cabbage, has been found to decrease the risk of developing bladder cancer by an astonishing 40 percent. This was discovered by researchers from the Roswell Park Cancer Institute in Buffalo. The study...

Research links bacon consumption with 59 percent increase in bladder cancer

11/30/2006 - People who eat bacon at least five times a week are at a 59 percent increased risk of bladder cancer over those who never eat the food, say Harvard scientists. The team researched data on nearly 136,000 people, who were followed for up to 22 years. During that time, 808 of the subjects developed...

Selenium boost could slash rates of bladder cancer by 70 percent, concludes research

9/29/2006 - The mineral selenium, when taken from daily dietary sources such as nuts, whole wheat and wheat pasta, can cut the risk of bladder cancer by up to 70 percent according to new research from Belgium. The researchers and authors of the study, led by Eliane Kellen from the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven,...

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