Fighting Cancer News
What’s behind the rise of childhood leukemia? Some scientists suggest that glyphosate may be a key contributor to this unsettling trend.
Check out this 14-year-old who just won the title of “America’s Top Young Scientist” with his skin cancer-fighting soap.
Researchers have discovered a powerful correlation between time of day and the body’s internal clock – known as circadian rhythm – and cancer’s manifestation and response to therapies, as well as diagnosis schedules.
Studies indicate that an often-unnoticed sexually transmitted infection called Mycoplasma Genitalium (MG), may increase women’s risk of cervical cancer development when compared to women who do not carry this sexually-transmitted infection (STI).
Colorectal cancer is the second most lethal cancer, which makes this new study a must-read.
Ready or not, the next time you visit your doctor, don’t be surprised if he or she is taking advantage of the new artificial intelligence programs that are transforming modern medicine at an astounding rate. And that might not be a bad thing….
Heads up: If you wear contact lenses, you’ll want to pay attention to this latest discovery. Scott Belcher, a North Carolina State University researcher, had this to say: “You could consider the lenses almost pure PFAS.”
The earlier cancer is detected, the better the chance you have of beating it. So when MIT engineers designed a simple test that can detect tumors, we took notice. The goal is for the test to be affordable, simple to use and, above all, accurate. And it’s proving to be just that.
Might want to rethink those antibiotics, especially if you have cancer. New research shows an increased risk of cancer recurrence and/or death. Discover why in this news article.
The odds of finding a health insurance that covers cancer treatment costs is a bit like playing roulette — especially if you’re depending upon governmental insurance such as Medicaid.
Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine demonstrate that ketogenic diets prevent colorectal tumor development in animals studied in experiments. Other diets were not so successful.
An article published in Yale Medicine admits that some patients may not need to undergo chemotherapy treatments. In fact, they say, “some patients may ultimately do better on other therapies.”
A new study published in the New England Journal of Medicine just days ago reported that “out of 1,610 study participants who were followed up on years later, 45 had died from prostate cancer regardless of treatment approach.”
You’ll want to pay attention to what is happening, such as this news story from Michigan. “ALL fish caught in Michigan rivers and tested for toxic PFAS contained the chemicals – and at levels that present a health risk for anyone eating them, according to a new study.”
That’s the bad news. But the good news is that clues to why this is occurring are exactly the things we here at the Templeton Wellness Foundation emphasize — and that means that prevention is key.
The FDA is investigating even more drugs which may prove to contain cancer-causing chemicals.
We are sorry to interrupt your laundry day to bring you this news. According to a new article published by Claire Wolters, multiple laundry...
Immunotherapy is a popular new drug treatment that stimulates the body's natural immune system to attack tumors. It is effective against many types...
Shocking new research indicates that eating JUST ONE freshwater fish caught in a river or lake here in the continental U.S. is the equivalent of drinking a month’s worth of water contaminated with toxic PFAS, commonly referred to as “forever chemicals”.
Their study is focused on treating breast cancer, but they expect the peptide they’ve discovered (a chain of amino acids) will be effective on all tumors.
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