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Radiation 'therapy' kills children with brain tumors who might otherwise survive just fine

4/4/2014 - Children diagnosed with the most common type of pediatric brain tumor are significantly more likely to die from radiation treatment than from the tumor itself, according to the first comprehensive, large-scale cohort study of long-term survival in such patients. The study into 20-year survival rates...

Mobile phones boost brain tumor risk by up to 270 percent on side of brain where phone is held

2/22/2007 - Using a cell phone regularly even a modern one raises the risk of developing a brain tumor for many users, a new Finnish study published online in the International Journal of Cancer. The study, done by a collection of researchers from many universities and led by Anna Lahkola of the Radiation and...

Prenatal vitamins may reduce risk of brain tumors in children (press release)

11/6/2006 - Women who take multivitamins early in pregnancy may reduce the risk that their child will develop some types of brain tumors. Public health agencies already urge pregnant women to take multivitamins that contain folic acid early in pregnancy to reduce their fetus's risk of developing a neural tube...

Experimental stem cell treatment caused brain tumors in rats

10/27/2006 - A new treatment that involves injecting stem cells into the brains of rats appeared to significantly reduce the symptoms some rats were experiencing that mimicked Parkinson's disease -- but the treatment also caused tumors in the rodents' brains, according to scientists. The researchers said the...

Prenatal vitamins reduces risk of brain tumors in newborns

9/22/2006 - (NaturalNews)A new study published in the September issue of Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers and Prevention suggests that women who take multivitamins right after becoming pregnant or early in the pregnancy reduce the risk of some types of brain tumors in the fetus. Dr. Greta Bunin of the Children's...

The link between aspartame and brain tumors: What the FDA never told you about artificial sweeteners

9/22/2005 - On September 30, 1980, a public Board of Inquiry advised against the approval of aspartame, stating: "The Board has not been presented with proof of a reasonable certainty that aspartame (NutraSweet) is safe for use as a food additive under its intended conditions of use." In 1981, however, the FDA...

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