Cancer news, articles and information:
|12/2/2016 - Cancer is not a disease, but rather a disorder of the cells, where they mutate and multiply uncontrollably. That's why cancer is not contagious, except for HPV, because that's a virus, not a cell disorder.
It doesn't matter whether you believe in "conspiracies" or not, because the fact is that American...|
|12/2/2016 - New research indicates that there are interactions between an animal cell and its surrounding environment within a fibrous network called the extracellular matrix, and that in turn plays a vital role in how cells function, including migration and growth.
However, as Medical Xpress reports, scientists...|
|12/2/2016 - It seems as though people either love it or hate it, but one thing is for sure: licorice is a powerhouse of immune-boosting and cancer-fighting nutrition that, when used properly, has been shown to help minimize one's risk of developing "The Big C," and specifically cancer of the breast.
|12/1/2016 - They're a staple ingredient in many processed foods, helping to maintain a food product's texture and consistency while extending its shelf life. But chemical emulsifiers like polysorbate 80 and carboxymethylcellulose appear to be major driving factors in what many experts now admit are escalating rates...|
|11/30/2016 - Millions of parents use them to keep their babies fresh and clean between changes. But disposable diapers, which often contain added chemicals designed to protect babies' sensitive areas from rashes and skin irritation, may be increasing their risk of cancer in the process.
New research from the...|
|11/28/2016 - The race for the cure should head to the rainforest, where over 5 million healing substances already reside in nature, and where more natural medicines are being discovered every year. All the cancer fundraising money that goes into the pockets of Big Pharma CEOs, should be put in the hands of naturalist...|
|11/27/2016 - While glyphosate has been the primary target of global concern, there are still plenty of other harmful herbicides and pesticides on the market to be worried about. Atrazine, for example, is the second most popular herbicide in the United States, and it's so toxic that it has been banned in Europe.
|11/27/2016 - A new, experimental, natural treatment modality for cancer is showing promise.
Developed by Dr. Kerstin Stenson, MD, photoimmunotherapy (PIT) is a technique combining the immune system's ability to target cancer cells precisely with laser energy's abilities to destroy cancer cells. PIT works by delivering...|
|11/27/2016 - A new meta-analysis of 27 studies suggests that drinking alcohol may raise the risk of prostate cancer, and the more men drink, the higher their risk.
The Philadelphia Inquirer reported that scientists in Canada and Australia found a weighty link between alcohol and prostate cancer, but the data...|
|11/23/2016 - Gardasil has been the subject of controversy for many years now. In fact, it has even been regarded as one of the most dangerous vaccines on the market today. Perhaps what is most alarming about this treacherous vaccine, however, is the fact that its manufacturer, Merck & Co, now wants to begin marketing...|
|11/22/2016 - A Los Angeles law firm is taking on biotech giant Monsanto on behalf of those who have developed illnesses after being exposed to the company's glyphosate-based herbicide, Roundup.
Glyphosate, the most widely used herbicide in history, has been linked to cancer and other serious illnesses. The law...|
|11/22/2016 - There are over 70,000 chemicals approved by the FDA for consumption, many of which have toxic effects on the body. When you unknowingly consume poisons in the food you eat, your body weakens and you invite cancer to attack. What if you did know all the foods, beverages, snacks and candies that caused...|
|11/21/2016 - New research has revealed the extent of the damage smoking causes to human DNA – in the lungs as well as other parts of the body.
The study, published Nov. 4 in the journal Science, was conducted by researchers from several institutions who analyzed more than 5,000 tumors from both smokers...|
|11/19/2016 - Increasingly, independent scientists are looking at ways that nutrition can help prevent and/or heal many diseases. Proper nutrition, as has long been established, is really the key to better health.
That's why it is promising that researchers are examining the health benefits of inositol, a nutrient...|
|11/19/2016 - The terms alkalinity and acidity will be familiar to everyone who has taken a high school chemistry class. Now this concept is being applied to the human diet, and it's shedding some light on the right foods to eat if you want to avoid health problems and keep your body in balance.
As you might recall,...|
|11/18/2016 - Mark these words: There will never be a magic pill or miracle vaccine that cures cancer, ever. Why? Cancer is a mutation of cells – a disorder of cells caused by the cumulative effect of toxins entering the body, one way or another, and overwhelming your cleansing organs to the extent that your...|
|11/16/2016 - Most of our health problems stem from simple deficiencies that go undetected, and the consensus of five studies is that bladder cancer is linked to low vitamin D levels. One of the basic necessities of life, sunlight, is key to the production of vitamin D within the skin. When vitamin D is produced,...|
|11/16/2016 - Doctors are now coming clean about a class of cancer drugs that can cause fatal heart damage. These cancer fighting drugs are different than immune system suppressants such as chemotherapy. These immune therapy drugs are designed to mobilize and engage the immune system, however, in rare cases, the...|
|11/13/2016 - A new study has revealed that cancer survivors are more likely to use antidepressants than individuals who have not previously battled the disease. The research found that approximately 1-in-5 cancer survivors will be prescribed an antidepressant drug, compared to almost 1-in-10 for the rest of the...|
|11/13/2016 - Aspartame – sold under the brand names NutraSweet, Sugar Twin and Equal – is one of the most popular artificial sweeteners available on the market. It is used as a low-calorie sugar substitute in more than 6,000 processed products worldwide, especially in diet or sugar-free foods and beverages.
|11/11/2016 - The bureaucratic masterminds who inhabit positions of power – many of whom are Ivy League-educated people who anointed themselves as masters of our universe – have made a mess out of things, without a doubt. The world's medical/health, food and environmental systems are all failing, and...|
|11/9/2016 - Once thought to be relatively harmless and pushed as a 'past time' of sorts even by the medical community, scientific studies have proved beyond a doubt that tobacco use – and smoking, in particular – poses major health risks to humans.
In fact, one of the most recent bodies of research,...|
|11/8/2016 - It doesn't seem to make much sense, telling bicyclists not to pedal as quickly because it's not healthy for them. Peddling more quickly, you might think, would lead to better conditioning – right?
Perhaps, but according to new research, that isn't the point, per se. Thank air pollution for...|
|11/4/2016 - Is modern life making people sick? While many people have theorized that the way we lead our lives today is nothing short of unnatural, recent research indicates that we may indeed be making ourselves sicker and more prone to disease as time marches on. Experts are even warning of an upcoming cancer...|
|11/3/2016 - If you visit a soccer field at a school, park or even professional stadium, you might think at first glance that it is covered with carefully mowed grass. But more than likely, you are looking at a synthetic turf field made with a controversial substance that has been accused of producing cancer in...|
|11/2/2016 - Once again, a St. Louis jury has ruled that Johnson & Johnson damaged women's health by engaging in a decades-long coverup about the potential risks of talcum powder ("baby powder") as a feminine hygiene product. On October 27, Johnson & Johnson was ordered to pay $70.1 million to Deborah Giannecchini...|
|11/1/2016 - Before World War II, very few Americans suffered from cancer, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, diabetes, heart disease, strokes, arthritis, osteoporosis, food allergies, psoriasis, eczema, autism, Asperger's syndrome or even fibromyalgia. There were no processed foods, no genetically modified organisms, no...|
|10/30/2016 - A chemical naturally occurring in onions may be able to suppress the proliferation of ovarian cancer cells, and perhaps even initiate cancer cell death, according to a study conducted by researchers from Kumamoto University in Japan, and published in the journal Scientific Reports.
|10/28/2016 - Every year, millions of women flock to their doctors to get their annual mammograms, a breast cancer screening procedure that involves pressing a woman's breasts between two metal platforms to scope out tumors. But surgeons everywhere are starting to question the controversial practice, which studies...|
|10/27/2016 - Chemotherapy is arguably one of the medical industry's biggest frauds. Perhaps that's why it recently landed on a list of ineffectual treatments drawn up by the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges (AMRC).
The list was created by 11 top specialists, who were each asked to think of five treatments they...|
|10/21/2016 - The makings of what could become the first successful class-action lawsuit against the world's most evil corporation are giving a much-needed boost to the movement for clean food. Agri-giant Monsanto will soon face a barrage of lawsuits from a number of law firms over cancer-causing agents in its popular...|
|10/21/2016 - Over the past 40 years, glyphosate has been sprayed on vineyards and orchards to control weeds. However, any chemical used in a certified-organic wine may not have an adverse effect on human health or the environment, as defined by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and per the National List of...|
|10/20/2016 - Men whose diets are high in saturated fat are more likely to develop aggressive prostate cancer than men whose diets contain less, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill and published in the journal Prostate Cancer and Prostatic Diseases.
|10/19/2016 - My Personal Introduction to Conventional Cancer Treatment Began in 1995
The surgeon pointed his pen at a large tumor on the CAT scan and began to explain the procedure for removing the colon cancer. He then paused for a moment and said to my wife, "This isn't your biggest problem." He then began to...|
|10/18/2016 - The ketogenic diet is a medical diet that is high in fat and low in carbohydrates, and is sometimes used in the treatment of epilepsy. According to emerging research, it may also hold potential for the treatment of a wide range of other chronic disorders, including cancer, diabetes and Alzheimer's disease.
|10/18/2016 - Did you know that the shape and consistency of your stools can tell you a lot about your internal health?
That's why in 1998, two researchers from the University of Bristol developed a "stool form scale" to categorize stools from 1 (constipation) to 7 (diarrhea) and all points between. Known as the...|
|10/14/2016 - The odds that an individual will develop some sort of cancer during his or her lifetime now stand at a frightening 1 out of 2.5. Cancer not only seems to be becoming more deadly - claiming 500,000 lives per year -- but it is striking its victims at progressively younger ages.
As for conventional...|
|10/13/2016 - Tens of millions of people are deficient in vitamin D largely because they don't get enough natural sunlight every day. But a new wearable device can help with that.
Researchers at the University of Southern California, in noting that the sun is vital for the production of vitamin D, which in turn...|
|10/4/2016 - It has long been surmised that the aluminum compounds used in many antiperspirant deodorant products may be a cause of cancer. But a new study out of Switzerland confirms this to be true, showing that aluminum chloride, a common additive in antiperspirant deodorant that blocks moisture, exerts an estrogen-like...|
|10/3/2016 - A popular Asian fruit that looks kind of like a cucumber with warts, bitter melon has a long history of use in traditional cooking, holding a prominent place in both Indian and Chinese cuisine. But recent research out of St. Louis University (SLU) shows that bitter melon serves as a whole lot more than...|
|10/3/2016 - The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is praised for its philanthropy around the world, but much of the foundation's good deeds are merely no-consent vaccine experiments carried out on the poor. Under the pretense of providing healthcare to third world countries, the Gates Foundation instead coerces...|
|9/30/2016 - Could LED lights be hazardous to your health? Well, it certainly seems like they might be. The American Medical Association (AMA) has just issued a warning that high-intensity LED streetlights emit blue light – which cannot be seen. Blue light is known for disrupting sleeping patterns, and can...|
|9/30/2016 - It's a shameful fact that Native American communities remain among the most economically-disadvantaged and environmentally-impacted in our nation. And among the various tribal nations, none have suffered more than the Navajo people whose lands and waters have been poisoned from decades of uranium mining.
|9/29/2016 - By the end of 2016, the American Cancer Society estimates that cancer will have claimed over 595,000 lives: that's 1,630 people per day, in this year alone - making cancer second only to heart disease as the leading cause of death in the United States. In addition, over 1.6 million new cases of the...|
|9/28/2016 - For at least 35 years Monsanto and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) knew about the cancer-causing abilities of glyphosate-containing herbicides. Nonetheless, they chose to cover it up, putting you, your family and millions of Americans at risk.
Monsanto is the world's leading producer...|
|9/28/2016 - Doctors have known for some time that radiation treatment for cancers of the head and neck can often result in changes to a patient's sense of smell or taste, but they have attributed this effect mostly to temporary destruction of taste buds. But according to a study published in the journal Practical...|
|9/27/2016 - Computer giant Microsoft recently made the bold claim that within a decade its scientists will "solve the problem of cancer" through the revolutionary use of computer science techniques that ostensibly will allow researchers to break the code of cancerous cells and reprogram them to be healthy once...|
|9/26/2016 - A shocking study conducted via a national audit of UK healthcare showed that nearly 50 percent mastectomies for women due to early signs of cancer were entirely unnecessary.
Presented to the European Breast Cancer Conference in Glasgow, Scotland, statistics illustrated that, out of more than 8,000...|
|9/23/2016 - Turmeric is known for its iconic yellow-orange hue and for being a staple in South Asian cuisine. It has become increasingly popular for its medicinal uses and health benefits, and is widely considered to be a "superfood." While there are many skeptics, turmeric has been subjected to hundreds of studies...|
|9/22/2016 - Scientific research shows that ginger offers a variety of therapeutic properties. One of the herb's many uses includes its ability to alleviate symptoms of gastrointestinal distress, including seasickness.
Previous studies show that ginger actually treats motion sickness better than some over-the-counter...|
|9/20/2016 - "Microsoft has vowed to 'solve the problem of cancer' within a decade by using ground-breaking computer science to crack the code of diseased cells so they can be reprogrammed back to a healthy state," reports the science editor of The Telegraph (UK).
"...[T]he company has assembled a 'small army'...|
|9/20/2016 - A new landmark study found that up to 50 percent of people who receive chemotherapy are killed by the treatment, not cancer itself. For the first time, researchers from Public Health England and Cancer Research U.K. examined the numbers of cancer patients who died within 30 days of starting chemotherapy.
|9/19/2016 - A wave of mysterious deaths continues to plague practitioners in the field of holistic medicine, including chiropractors, herbalists and other alternative healers. Some of the deaths have been tied to research involving nagalase, an enzyme/protein made by cancer cells and viruses that cause immunodeficiency...|
|9/18/2016 - One of only three commercially grown fruits native to the United States, cranberries offer a multitude of health benefits that can help ward off cancer, heart disease, diabetes and bacterial infections.
It is unsurprising that cranberries have so many health benefits, considering the fact that the...|
|9/16/2016 - Certain levels of radiation cause cancer – this is a well-established fact. However, what is less understood is how exactly radiation causes cancer to develop. New research published in the journal Nature Communications on September 12 sought to better understand this, and what they found is quite...|
|9/15/2016 - By the end of 2016, over 1,600,000 new cases of cancer will be diagnosed in the United States. Many of these people will be exposed to the unwanted side effects of chemotherapy and radiation. The American Cancer Society adds that 595,690 people will lose their battle with this disease - despite the...|
|9/14/2016 - Eating a meal containing both chili peppers and ginger may help prevent cancer, according to a study published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry.
Researchers have long been divided over the cancer-fighting potential of capsaicin, the chemical that gives chili peppers their "burn."...|
|9/14/2016 - The mainstream media's glamorization of breast cancer, including an announcement last year by actress Angelina Jolie promoting so-called "preventive" double mastectomies, has caused many women to chop off their healthy breasts in vain. A new research paper out of the University of Michigan (UM) has...|
|9/13/2016 - It pains me to realize how many millions of people have been harmed by toxic heavy metals found in unscrupulous dietary supplement products sold by hucksters and charlatans. Yes, that's a pretty big claim, but I've been in this industry for more than 15 years, I run an internationally accredited food...|
|9/12/2016 - There has been a lot of talk about the "war on cancer." It's a frightening and deadly disease, and it's certainly something that most of us would like to see successfully conquered. However, not everyone seems to be in a hurry for a definitive cure to emerge. Unfortunately, the highly profitable cancer...|
|9/11/2016 - Popular culture might claim that garlic can keep vampires away, but a growing body of scientific evidence says that the herb can also help keep lung cancer and other types of cancers at bay.
A study carried out at the Jiangsu Provincial Centre for Disease Control and Prevention in China looked at...|
|9/9/2016 - As is typical for the season, the warm summer months seemed to have flown by in the blink of eye. But the upside is that now we get to enjoy fall, which means cooler weather, colorful landscapes and autumn's fun-filled festivities including Halloween and Thanksgiving Day.
You've probably noticed...|
|9/5/2016 - Reducing your exposure to toxins by avoiding certain foods is a great way to maintain good health. However, we often forget that what we put into our bodies is not limited to food intake. Many harmful chemicals can be absorbed through the skin, and even in minute amounts can have adverse effects on...|
|9/3/2016 - An 81-year-old good Samaritan from Martha's Vineyard has become one of the latest victims of the failed Nixon-Reagan drug war, after Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) goons, in conjunction with state police and National Guard soldiers, raided his home, assault weapons in hand, over four backyard cannabis...|
|9/2/2016 - Jodi Huggett, a mother of two from North East Lincolnshire, was wrongfully prescribed chemotherapy treatments she did not need. After undergoing four grueling treatments, Mrs. Huggett discovered her doctor hadn't even conducted basic research to determine the best line of treatment for her specific...|
|9/2/2016 - A division of the municipal court in Sherwood, Arkansas, has been accused of using the judicial system to fund city expenses by arresting people for writing bad checks, and in some cases, for very small amounts.
Included among those arrested is cancer patient Lee Robertson, 44, who was incarcerated...|
|9/1/2016 - Unnatural, brightly colored foodstuffs have become the norm in much of our society. Rainbow-colored fruit snacks, neon sports drinks and other such items are all familiar items that we reach for without so much as a second thought. You may know that these processed goodies are often high in sugar, and...|
|8/31/2016 - A review of more than a thousand studies that was conducted by a working group of the International Agency for Research on Cancer, part of the World Health Organization, has found that obesity is linked to at least 13 different types of cancer. An article published by The New York Times reveals quite...|
|8/29/2016 - As it turns out, in addition to being incredibly unpleasant, root canals may actually pose a major health risk. Dr. Weston Price was one of the first researchers to notice a link between the dreadful dental procedure and illness, but today many doctors believe that root canals have the ability to negatively...|
|8/29/2016 - Sugar is everywhere. In addition to naturally occurring in your favorite fruits and vegetables, sugar is also added to most commercially prepared and prepacked foods. Sugar's increasing prevalence in our world may be making our food sweeter, but it is also having a hugely negative impact on the health...|
|8/29/2016 - Although sunscreens are promoted as the best way to protect yourself against skin cancer, the FDA has admitted that it is "not aware of data demonstrating that sunscreen use alone helps prevent skin cancer." In fact, many of the toxic chemicals found in sunscreens have actually been shown to increase...|
|8/29/2016 - Glyphosate -- the active ingredient of Monsanto's blockbuster herbicide Roundup -- may disrupt development of the uterus, leading to fertility problems and cancer, according to a study conducted by researchers from Argentina and published in the journal Toxicology.
Roundup is one of the most widely...|
|8/28/2016 - One British man from Wirral, Merseyside, has defied conventional medicine and beaten his cancer. After being diagnosed with a Glioblastoma Multiform 4 brain tumor in July of 2015, Dave Bolton took matters into his own hands. The father-of-two and former police officer claims that ditching carbohydrates...|
|8/25/2016 - Indian herbs and spices are more than just a delicious way to enhance your favorite curry dishes. They've always been valued in some cultures for their healing properties, and now some of these herbs are being used to develop affordable drugs that can fight cancer with fewer side effects than traditional...|
|8/24/2016 - A wide variety of chemical sprays have been used by the agricultural industry for the last several decades. Pesticides, herbicides, fungicides and disinfectants are all things that mainstream farmers have come to rely on to keep their crops "healthy" – or at least that is what they've been led...|
|8/23/2016 - I'm appearing LIVE in Dallas, Texas this October 14th, 15th and 16th, as one of the headline speakers at The Truth About Cancer LIVE event. Only a few hundred tickets are remaining. This event is going to be SOLD OUT quickly, and it's a once-in-a-lifetime gathering of many of the industry's most pioneering...|
|8/18/2016 - The quackery of conventional cancer treatment has not changed much over the past 40 years; only the high tech instruments used to con people into believing technology can save them from chemical-driven cell disorder have. Nowadays, people just want the truth about their cancer – how they got it,...|
|8/17/2016 - Professor Thorsten Hagemann was considered one of the world's leading pancreatic cancer specialists. He studied medicine in Germany, and earned an MD/PhD with a thesis in oncology in 1999. His resume is filled with impressive experience over the 15 years that followed, including being a Professor for...|
|8/16/2016 - After a three-year battle, John Piears lost his 41-year-old wife Beata to ovarian cancer in October 2015. In her memory, he launched the "Dying for a Cure" campaign against profiteering drug companies.
To promote the campaign and encourage users to sign his petition, the father-of-two from West Horsley...|
|8/15/2016 - More than 6 million Americans are drinking water tainted with unsafe levels of a widely used class of industrial chemicals linked to cancer and other serious health problems, a new study by Harvard University researchers has revealed.
The authors of the study found that levels of chemicals known...|
|8/12/2016 - Many people who practice yoga report that it reduces stress and helps them gain a sense of inner calm. The ancient practice, which combines movement with breath, is being explored by researchers as a way to help cancer patients alleviate symptoms and boost their outlook and quality of life.
|8/12/2016 - Chronic disease and cancer have become the norm in developed nations such as the United States, and sadly, very few people can see how their chronic health problems are related to endocrine disrupting petroleum byproducts, agrochemicals, heavy metals and other toxins in the food and medicine supply.
|8/9/2016 - It doesn't matter if alcohol is packaged as a can of beer, a bottle of wine or a shot of whiskey; it's essentially a fungus to the human body, encouraging chronic disease.
It doesn't matter if a person consumes alcohol in moderation. With each sip, the body gets a dose of yeast and sugars that encourage...|
|8/9/2016 - From adding a crunch to your summer salad, to fighting cancer and heart disease, the humble cucumber is a great ally in your quest for optimal health. This wonderful low-calorie fruit (yes you read that right, cucumber is not a vegetable but a fruit) has so much more to offer than electrolytes and water.
|8/8/2016 - It turns out that the "Three Wise Men" may have been even wiser than we thought. ...
According to the Bible, frankincense was one of the gifts bestowed by the three wise men who attended the Nativity of Christ, more than 2,000 years ago.
Now, according to scientific research and the testimony...|
|8/7/2016 - Many women around the world have breast implants for cosmetic reasons or following breast-cancer surgery.
In rare occasions, these breast implants may lead to a new emerging cancer type, called breast implant-associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma, or BIA-ALCL. Although the risk is small, before...|
|8/7/2016 - The first question people ask themselves when they find out they have cancer is, "How did I get it?" Yet 99 percent of those people will never figure out the answer to that question. Why? Because cancer is caused mainly by the cumulative consumption of toxins over time. If you keep consuming toxins,...|
|8/5/2016 - In a gross display of wasted taxpayer dollars, dozens of Massachusetts National Guard personnel, operating under a grant from the DEA, alongside Massachusetts State Police, descended into the backyard of an 81-year-old cancer patient in a raid last week — to protect society from the dangers of...|
|8/5/2016 - The following are true stories. In California, a doctor who had just completed an examination on a female patient, put his hand down her blouse, pulled one of her breasts out of her bra and put his mouth on it, then pulled out his penis and ejaculated in her hand. In Missouri, a doctor treating a sexually...|
|8/5/2016 - The pneumonia vaccines Prevnar 13 and Pneumovax 23 are now going to be pushed heavily on seniors with cancer, after multiple studies somehow showed that they reduce the chance of dying from the most common bacterial lung infection in older people.
According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC),...|
|8/3/2016 - Our body is designed to sleep at night and work during the day. A new study by Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) biologists shows that working night shifts or disrupting the body's internal clock may lead to cancer growth.
Until now, nobody had a clue why disrupting the biological clock,...|
|8/3/2016 - Expectant mothers are inundated with an ever-increasing list of foods to avoid while pregnant, but it turns out that men who are hoping to become fathers also need to watch their diet.
Research shows that men's diets have a surprisingly big effect on their children, with men who eat fatty junk food...|
|8/1/2016 - Cancer lawsuits against Monsanto over the company's glyphosate-based weedkiller, Roundup, are gaining steam.
(Article by Lorraine Chow, republished from EcoWatch.com)
On Wednesday, a motion was filed with the U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation to create a coordinated docket for 21...|
|7/30/2016 - Obese cancer patients typically fare worse than their leaner counterparts, and a new study may shed light on the reason why.
A team of researchers from the University of Colorado Cancer Center who studied the behavior of leukemia stem cells in mice found that the cells had the ability to "hide" in...|
|7/27/2016 - The list of health benefits associated with a diet rich in oily fish now includes a lowered risk of death in patients suffering from colon cancer, according to a new study.
A team of researchers led by Dr. Andrew Chan of Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, found that patients who ate at least...|
|7/27/2016 - Frankincense is a powerful medicinal oil that can not only boost the immune system but also kill cancer cells, a number of studies have shown.
One of the most significant recent studies was conducted by researchers from the University of Leicester, England, in 2013. The researchers found that the...|
|7/25/2016 - As a parent, you only want what's best for your child. However, on multiple different fronts, parents are bombarded with the idea that vaccines play a crucial role in raising a healthy child. From pushy public schools to trusted pediatricians, the message is always the same: vaccines are the one and...|
|7/22/2016 - Working inside the Karmanos-Crittenton Cancer Center in Detroit, a cancer criminal mastermind known as Dr. Farid Fata preyed upon innocent victims to pocket millions in profits from fraudulent cancer "treatments." His strategy was rooted in pure evil: Falsely diagnose patients with cancer who didn't...|
|7/22/2016 - Despite the growing body of evidence proving that natural cancer treatments are more effective than those involving dangerous pharmaceuticals, the cancer industry continues killing patients in its reckless pursuit of profits – as evidenced by the latest death which occurred during clinical trials...|
|7/22/2016 - We all know that exercise is good for you and can help you lose weight, but when it comes to cutting your risk of cancer and obesity, exercise alone is simply not enough. While exercise is something that should certainly be encouraged, reducing caloric intake and eating healthy food plays an even bigger...|
|7/21/2016 - News broke earlier this week that at least 64 women experiencing adverse health effects from cervical cancer vaccines, are filing damages lawsuits against the Japanese government and the drug makers who produced the vaccines in the first place.
Filing in four different district courts, the Tokyo...|
|7/21/2016 - It may sound too good to be true, but a recent study has shown that a diet that includes an unlimited amount of healthy fats is actually helpful in preventing heart disease, diabetes and breast cancer.
A meta-study led by US Department of Veterans Affairs research scientist Dr. Hanna Bloomfield revealed...|
|7/19/2016 - As the consensus about statins as cholesterol-lowering "miracle drugs" starts to crack, Big Pharma is doubtless looking for ways to preserve the profitability of the top-earning drug class of all time. Now, a new study in the journal Breast Cancer Research may indicate how statins will soon be marketed:...|
|7/18/2016 - There has long been scientific consensus that an active lifestyle is one of the best ways to prevent cancer. But there has been debate as to how much exercise affects cancer risk directly, and to what extent the benefits seen in large studies simply come from the fact that people who are more active...|
|7/17/2016 - Just one year ago, Detroit area oncologist Farid Fata, M.D., was sentenced to nearly half a century in federal prison for bombarding and killing healthy patients with massive doses of chemotherapy, and for defrauding Medicare and insurance companies of more than $30,000,000. The insidious and deranged...|
|7/15/2016 - Lois Lunsk underwent surgery nine years ago to remove her thyroid and a number of lymph nodes. Following the operation, she was given a dose of radioactive iodine capsules and forced to spend three days in isolation in a room lined with lead, because her body was emitting such a high amount of radiation.
|7/14/2016 - Peaches offer a wide variety of health benefits. Providing relief for diseases like hypokalemia, cancer, obesity, cholesterol, blood stasis and neurodegenerative diseases, peaches are loaded with an abundance of essential nutrients and naturally occurring antioxidants.
Also a rich provider of vitamin...|
|7/14/2016 - The efforts of four Southern Californian moms have succeeded in transforming the city of Irvine into the region's first pesticide-free community, proving that grassroots-level activism can accomplish more in protecting children from exposure to deadly toxins than relying on state and federal regulators...|
|7/13/2016 - When it comes to the Transportation Security Agency, it almost seems like the organization tries to inconvenience, embarrass, delay and now, even injure passengers, according to Reason magazine, which is libertarian in political philosophy.
In what ought to be a firing and even prosecutorial offense,...|
|7/13/2016 - As Natural News editor Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, said many years ago, the way to dramatically lower healthcare costs in America and reduce obesity-related healthcare issues is through better nutrition. Too many health providers, however, still don't teach and preach the concept, however.
|7/12/2016 - Liver cancers are on the rise in developing countries. Now, more than ever, prevention measures are becoming crucial in the battle against liver cancer.
Due to late-stage diagnoses and limited treatment options, mortality numbers are very high, and liver cancer is the second most common cause of...|
|7/11/2016 - Earlier this month, Juno Therapeutics, a pioneer in the field of treating cancer using genetically engineered cells, had to halt the development of its lead treatment after the death of three leukemia patients enrolled in the study.
The Seattle-based biotech company reported that the deaths of all...|
|7/10/2016 - The ruling by the International Agency for Research on Cancer classifying glyphosate (Roundup) as a probable carcinogen, has garnered widespread media attention, yet many people are still ignorant about what exactly this means.
According to senior IARC scientist, Kurt Straif, it means that the world's...|
|7/9/2016 - Although advancements in science are made nearly every day, there is still a lot of mystery surrounding the exact mechanisms of cancer. Now, certain animals that are highly susceptible to cancer are being looked at to help learn more about this baffling and devastating illness.
Take, for example,...|
|7/8/2016 - Inside the Karmanos "death camp" and cancer industrial complex in Detroit, where many people unfortunately go to die from chemotherapy, a vaccine troll wearing a lab coat scurries around between appointments, and maybe even during surgery, to blog thousands of words about how much it hates natural medicine,...|
|7/6/2016 - According to a new study published in the journal Applied and Environmental Microbiology, probiotic-rich dairy products, such as yogurt and milk, could cut the risk of breast cancer in women.
The researchers of the Lawson Health Research Institute in Ontario, Canada, found that certain bacteria in...|
|7/6/2016 - Students attending St. George's Preparatory School in Jersey won't be going to the beach this year for their annual field trip, thanks to the pervasive spread of anti-sun propaganda, reports the UK's Telegraph. Fearful that the youngsters might develop skin cancer, teachers at the school reportedly...|
|7/5/2016 - A new study has found "transmissible cancers" among shellfish, disproving previous beliefs that such occurrences are rare in nature, and raising questions regarding the implications for humans.
Cases of transmissible cancer had until recently only been observed in two mammal species, but researchers...|
|7/5/2016 - As reported by the Agricultural Health Study (AHS), there is a direct correlation between women who live with pesticide applicators and cancer. Dr. Cathy Lerro and AHS colleagues used information reported by wives of pesticide applicators to take the first detailed look at the use of organophosphate...|
|7/4/2016 - A new study by The Ohio State University reveals that long work hours for women are linked to alarming increases in cancer, heart disease and the early development of other chronic, life-threatening illnesses. Women who put in extra hours for the bulk of their careers – with work weeks that average...|
|7/3/2016 - A cancer diagnosis can be devastating, and the prospect of chemotherapy can be extremely off-putting to those who are concerned about its ravaging effects on the body and its questionable efficacy. Some people are taking their health into their own hands, and stories abound of people who have found...|
|7/3/2016 - There is evil in this world. Remember Hitler? He poisoned people to death on purpose – millions of people. What if you found out right now that medical doctors are engaged in poisoning millions of Americans as we speak, yet under the "radar," and under the canopy of a crooked, insidious form of...|
|7/2/2016 - As a kid, how many times did your parents tell you to go play outside and get some fresh air? Or maybe that's exactly what you said to your kids yesterday. While keeping them indoors in front of TV screens will definitely not improve their health and well-being, depending on where you live, exposing...|
|7/1/2016 - We really have reached a point of such insanity across human civilization that governments have become the terrorists who actively seek to harm and kill off the people. The latest example demonstrating this very point is the fact that the EPA just announced its plan to allow gigantic increases in the...|
|7/1/2016 - Broccoli has been touted a superfood for quite a while. It is loaded with essential nutrients, offering a broad range of health benefits. Now, a recently published study has found that broccoli sprout extract might protect against oral cancer recurrence.
The study, published in the journal Cancer...|
|6/29/2016 - Adopting a healthy lifestyle can significantly slash the risk of developing breast cancer in women who carry common gene variants linked to breast cancer, a new study published in JAMA Oncology suggests. The discovery marks a significant shift in the cancer conversations and prevention strategies to...|
|6/28/2016 - Britain's obesity epidemic is growing worse, according to a new report that predicts that obesity will result in 7.6 million new cases of heart disease, diabetes, cancer and strokes over the next two decades.
The report, released by the Obesity Health Alliance, warns that 40 percent of Brits will...|
|6/28/2016 - It is no longer a secret that a diet rich in organic fruits and vegetables reduces the risk of many diseases related to the aging process and our fast-paced modern lifestyle. Fresh produce is a crucial source of essential minerals, vitamins, fiber and a variety of bioactive molecules, or antioxidants,...|
|6/28/2016 - File this in the category of "no good deed goes unpunished." After making a nationwide pledge to donate large volumes of immune-supporting vitamin C dietary supplements to victims of Dr. Farid Fata's criminal cancer treatment fraud, I have now been directly threatened by the delusional leaders of the...|
|6/27/2016 - A new study found that up to 75 percent of young or middle-aged terminal cancer patients receive aggressive - but useless - treatments in the last 30 days before death, causing needless added pain and misery for those whom the cancer industry has already failed to cure. One-third of these unfortunate...|
|6/27/2016 - In 1987, a working group of the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) – an agency of the World Health Organization (WHO) – listed cancers of the oral cavity, pharynx, larynx, esophagus and liver as "causally related to the consumption of alcoholic beverages." After a review...|
|6/25/2016 - Ovarian cancer is the deadliest of all of the gynecological cancers. With the CDC reporting that it is the eighth most common cancer to strike women, and the fifth leading cancer-related cause of death in women, we should be doing all that we can to reduce our chances of getting it.
The good news...|
|6/24/2016 - Lung cancer is one of the world's top killers among men and women. Each year, more people die from lung cancer than from breast, prostate and colon cancer combined. As reported by the American Cancer Society, about 1 out of 4 cancer deaths are from lung cancer.
Lung cancer mainly occurs in the later...|
|6/24/2016 - By now, it is fairly common knowledge that pesticide exposure is associated with a disturbing number of life-changing illnesses. Yet, for some reason, pesticides continue to be used on a widespread basis, with people around the world feeling the effects of these harmful toxins. The wide reach and influence...|
|6/24/2016 - Half of all Americans will get cancer in their lifetime, and only half of them will survive. That's at least one fourth of all Americans who will die from a preventable disease that virtually did not exist in America a century ago.
Now here comes a big question: Why will the other half never get...|
|6/24/2016 - Japanese scientists may have just discovered the fountain of youth, but perhaps in the least-likely of places: rats. A collaborative team of researchers from Hokkaido and Keio Universities appears to be one step closer to understanding precisely how cancer develops, after identifying a unique anti-cancer...|
|6/23/2016 - Men who have prostate cancer could significantly reduce their risk of death by regularly consuming nuts like peanuts, cashews, almonds, walnuts and hazelnuts, a new study has revealed.
Prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed form of cancer after skin cancer, and the second leading cause of...|
|6/22/2016 - High-capacity genetic testing has discovered increases in the risk of cancer as a result of radiation from long-haul flights and hospital scans.
The Risk, Stem Cells, and Tissue Kinetics – Ionizing Radiation (RISK-IR) project, which is funded by the EU, is looking into how low-dose radiation...|
|6/22/2016 - Hot beverages over 149 degrees Fahrenheit may cause cancer of the esophagus, say researchers. The World Health Organization's International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has found some interesting connections to cancer, reporting that very hot drinks "probably" cause cancer. The IARC review,...|
|6/22/2016 - Concerns about the human health effects of perpetual exposure to environmental toxins often get dismissed or ignored by health authorities on the grounds that such chemicals don't stick around inside the body long enough to cause problems. But a new report by the Environmental Working Group (EWG) –...|
|6/21/2016 - When our grandparents were young, the grocery stores must have looked very different. Back then, nobody was concerned about cancer, and the food was healthier and purer than what we find on the market today.
In our ever-changing, modern world, it is a huge challenge to eat healthy foods all the time....|
|6/20/2016 - On June 1, the discredited biotech puppet publication Forbes.com published an article entitled "Why GMOs Don't Cause Cancer," by Michael Stebbins. Stebbins is a spokesperson for the GMO industry front group GMO Answers, and she works for its parent organization, the Council for Biotechnology Information.
|6/20/2016 - A human papillomavirus (HPV) infection is the most common sexually transmitted disease in the U.S. affecting about 14 million people each year.
While most of these infections occur without any notable symptoms and usually go away within a day or two, some can persist for many years with cell damage...|
|6/20/2016 - By their very nature, baking soda and lemon are a powerful food science combination that works against chronic disease, inflammation and cancer. Once inside the body, these two therapeutic food agents begin to help create a more alkaline environment, creating the cellular conditions necessary for nutrient...|
|6/17/2016 - Would you continue medical treatments and taking advice from a doctor you found out was schizophrenic? How about if you had questions about vaccine ingredients that cause extreme allergies and FDA-fast-tracked chemotherapy drugs, and your doctor called you a "crank" for asking, and then blogged 20,000...|
|6/17/2016 - As terminal cancer patients approach the end of their life, they are aggressively abused by methods of treatment that destroy their quality of life. As cancer is given authority over their lives, patients are often given a timeline of how long they will live, but that's not all. Once they are cursed,...|
|6/15/2016 - In a case that clearly illustrates the extent of corruption, callousness and greed on the part of Big Pharma's cancer industry, two drug companies have been ordered to pay nearly $70 million to settle a federal lawsuit over charges that the companies lied about the effectiveness of a cancer drug.
|6/15/2016 - Residents living in Napa County California are at an increased risk for many different cancers. A new eight page health report released by the Cancer Registry of Greater California finds that Napa Valley is a cancer cluster, harboring high rates of people suffering with cancer.
Reports like these...|
|6/12/2016 - In 2016, approximately 1,685,210 new cases of cancer will be diagnosed in the U.S., and more than 595,690 Americans will die from the disease, according to the National Cancer Institute. It is thought that the most common cancers to be diagnosed this year will be:
Breast cancerLung and bronchus cancerProstate...|
|6/12/2016 - If you are looking for a daily tonic to improve your overall health and lower your risk of cancer, look no further than a simple combination of lemon juice and baking soda. Lemon is a potent superfood filled with cancer-fighting compounds.
In addition, alkaline diet theory classifies both lemon and...|
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|6/11/2016 - First of all, most cancers are created by consuming chemicals, and those cancer cells exist in the blood and can travel throughout the body. So what's the use of going "under the knife" to cut out some flesh when that same person keeps eating, drinking, applying and injecting chemicals that cause more...|
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