After this I will be expecting everyone to be starting the process of changing your medicine cabinets!
A 2007 study for Cancer Research reveals that diets that contain 10 percent tomato and 10 percent broccoli caused a 52 percent decrease in tumor weights. According to the study, this impressive cancer-fighting combination works better together in ... [...]
I knew there was a higher incidence of the breast cancer gene, that prostate cancer screening wasn't widespread, and that cervix cancer tends to be more common and more advanced than Canada. I hadn't practised outside Canada, so I wasn't entirely sure ... [...]
As a rheumatologist, I treat relatively common problems such as osteoarthritis, osteoporosis and rheumatoid arthritis. Other individuals have rare conditions shared by only a few people in the U.S. When I am able to bring relief to my patients, my day ... [...]
... sensitivity for detecting metastatic prostate cancer. With appropriate, timely treatment vital to survival and quality of life, better imaging has been an ongoing goal. ... Improved detection of prostate cancer using F-18-DCFBC, as well as further ... [...]
The goal of cancer screening is to reduce the number of cancer deaths by finding tumors when they are still small and, presumably, easier to treat. But a new study finds that in the case of breast cancer, improvements in treatment have barely changed ... [...]
W hen Josephine Slaunwhite was diagnosed with breast cancer last summer, she knew the chemotherapy treatments would cause her to lose her long brown hair. But the 48-year-old from Lower Sackville wasn't prepared for the stark image of her face in the ... [...]
"But I've yet to read a negative study on curcumin or that it was not effective." Human clinical trials, necessary to prove the spice's direct health benefits, are few because such trials are expensive and natural compounds can't be patented. That ... [...]