Cancer Sufferers With Diabetes Have Poorer Outcomes

Sep 16, 2014 by

Cancer and diabetes are two of the most common serious diseases in the first world today. A piece of research published in the Journal...

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Healing Cervical Cancer Using Only Non-Invasive Alternative Medicine (Story)

Jun 5, 2014 by

Jill Ayn Schneider is a lady who suffered from cervical cancer and recovered using natural healing and alternative medicine. She went...

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Moderate Physical Activity Reduces Breast Cancer Risk In Postmenopausal Women

Jan 28, 2014 by

A large study which was published in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers, and Prevention found that moderate physical activity helped to...

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Exercise Like Brisk Walking Can Improve Survival Rates Of Men With Prostate Canc...

Jan 28, 2014 by

A recent study has suggested that the survival rates of prostate cancer sufferers can be boosted by exercise – something as...

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Adolescent Girls Treated For Hodgkin’s Disease Using Radiotherapy At High ...

Jan 28, 2014 by

An observational study just published in Deutsches Ärzteblatt International revealed that adolescent girls who were treated for...

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Cancer Diagnosis, Treatment and Healing – Summary and Introduction to Canc...

Nov 15, 2012 by

Dear reader, Welcome to Cancer Research Information.com. You probably found this website either because you are battling cancer, you...

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Are Mammograms Causing More Breast Cancer? – Discussion

Dec 18, 2009 by

We have several articles on mammograms on this website, and here is another one by Mike Adams. There are some points in this article...

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Mammograms and Increased Breast Cancer Risk – Follow-up Discussion on Rece...

Dec 16, 2009 by

In a previous article (http://www.cancerresearchinformation.com/breast-cancer-risk-raised-by-mammograms-research-shows/), the link...

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Breast Cancer Risk Raised By Mammograms, Research Shows

Dec 16, 2009 by

Elsewhere on this website, we have published information that suggests a link between mammograms and increased risk of breast cancer....

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Mammograms May Contribute to Breast Cancer Risk

Dec 16, 2009 by

Many parties, from doctors to the media and concerned family members, parrot the notion that mammograms help to detect breast cancer...

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In Remembrance of Dr Hulda Regehr Clark 1928 – 2009

Sep 29, 2009 by

Dr. Hulda Regehr Clark was born on October 18th, 1928 in Rosthern , Saskatchewan Canada. She began her studies in biology at the...

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Link Found Between Allergies and Lower Cancer Risk

Sep 2, 2009 by

Physical symptoms like runny nose and fever can be very uncomfortable, and most people just want to get rid of them as quickly as...

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Organ Transplant Recipients Have Higher Cancer Risk

Sep 2, 2009 by

Some relatively recent studies have shown organ transplant recipients, whose immune systems have to be suppressed to prevent them from...

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Examining the Dangers of Cancer Screening

Aug 1, 2009 by

Cancer screening – mammograms, pap smears, PSA tests and what not – are often, if not always, touted by mainstream...

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Prevention of Breast Cancer in Women Aided by Vigorous Activity

Jun 14, 2009 by

Cancer rates have soared in the developed world, and breast cancer is shockingly common among women today. And, they are getting it at...

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Prostate Cancer Risk of Obese Men Elevated by Use of Statins

Jun 14, 2009 by

There had been previous suggestions that statins, which are pharmaceutical drugs often prescribed to control cholesterol levels, could...

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Overweight Prostate Cancer Sufferers More Likely to Die of the Disease

Jun 14, 2009 by

If one is obese, one has a much higher probability of contracting a host of various degenerative diseases, as well as to live a much...

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Pancreatic Cancer Risk Heightened By Two Alcoholic Drinks Each Day

Jun 5, 2009 by

Alcohol, drunk in large amounts, certainly does great damage to one’s health, especially on the liver. It probably raises cancer...

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Low Alcohol Consumption May Also Increase Women’s Cancer Risk

Jun 5, 2009 by

Does alcohol increase cancer risk, or does it not? Most people say yes. Others say it depends on the type of alcohol; supporters of...

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Impact of Diet and Lifestyle on Cancer Risk – Many Are Not Informed

Jun 3, 2009 by

A good diet can help to prevent cancer, and even help you to overcome the disease, right? Bad foods cause cancer, right? Bad lifestyle...

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Vegetables and Fruits May Help Prevent Breast Cancer Recurrence

Jun 3, 2009 by

Fruits and vegetables are an absolutely critical part of any health-promoting diet, and even more so when it comes to cancer...

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Olives May Have Anti-Cancer Effects

Jun 3, 2009 by

Olives and olive oil are often touted as healthful foods. In the following article, two studies highlighting the possible anti cancer...

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Kidney Cancer Risk May Be Lowered Through Fatty Fish Consumption

Jun 3, 2009 by

Fatty fish, which is also referred to as oily fish or cold-water fish, is very rich in the omega 3 fatty acids, DHA and EPA. And these...

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Study Suggests Women with Migraines Have Lower Breast Cancer Risk

Jun 3, 2009 by

by Reuben Chow Migraine is an often painful and sometimes debilitating condition which seems to be striking an increasing number of...

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Woman Beats Breast Cancer Using Healing Diet and Plan from Solomon Wickey

Apr 17, 2009 by

Many people diagnosed with cancer have walked away from conventional cancer treatment, sought out “alternatives” and...

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Eating Saturated Fats Could Be Linked to Higher Small Intestine Cancer Risk

Apr 17, 2009 by

Modern day diets are high in saturated fats from commercially produced meats, processed animal food products like dairy products, etc....

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Help Prevent Breast Cancer By Having Sufficient Sleep

Apr 17, 2009 by

Do you suffer from insomnia? Do you have interrupted sleep? Or is your lifestyle or some factors in your life keeping you from having...

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Small Intestine Cancer Risk Lowered By Eating More Fiber and Whole Grains

Apr 17, 2009 by

When we eat more fiber, we visit the toilet more regularly. That, intuitively, means a cleaner colon and a lower risk of large...

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Cancer and Sugar – Studies Which Show The Link

Apr 17, 2009 by

One of the most important things a cancer suffererer needs to do is to avoid refined sugar in his or her diet. I’m talking candy...

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Ovarian Cancer – Study Finds Talcum Powder Link

Apr 17, 2009 by

Every day, besides our food, we use dozens of different cosmetics, powders, lotions, pastes, soaps, shampoos, etc on our bodies. Yet...

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