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A toxic groundwater plume containing trichloroethylene, a known human carcinogen which can cause cancer, birth defects, and damage vital organs, is affecting dozens of homes in Grand Prairie, Texas.
You won’t believe how a slightly green banana and other “resistant starches” impact your risk of cancer! Here’s what researchers have learned.
A new study just published by University of Pennsylvania finds that a molecule produced in the liver in response to a ketogenic (low-carb diet) is effective in suppressing tumor growth in colorectal cancer.
Finally, the CDC is researching the extent of human exposure to glyphosate, a deadly chemical that has been linked to cancer, and the results are shocking.
Microfluidic Affinity Targeting of Infiltrating Cells (MATIC) is a promising new technique being studied now at Northwestern University.
Researchers from the University of Technology (Sydney) have found berberine, a plant compound, to be effective at stopping the growth of lung cancer cells. Berberine is found in barberry, goldenseal, Oregon grape, and tree tumeric.
Even though it was a small study of only 19 participants suffering from rectal cancer, researchers are optimistic about an experimental cancer drug called dostarlimab, which allowed the patient’s own immune system to target and distort cancer cells.
If you have these types of cancers, new study states that you are at higher risk of developing diabetes.
The device used in cryoablation can precisely target cancer cells, leaving healthy cells intact.
Dr. Linda Isaacs writes about using Pancreatic Proteolyic Enzymes as a potential treatment that could revolutionize how we treat cancer.
Vitamin D is proving to be effective in reducing the severity of COVID-19 infections. Eighty-six percent of all cases among patients with normal vitamin D levels were mild, while seventy-three percent of cases among patients with vitamin D deficiency were severe or critical.
Those with cancer have a double dose of problems. Already at high risk of complications, cancer patients are finding it increasingly difficult to get routine medical care due to the increased risk of infection of viral infection during the current pandemic.
The cancer society has urged people to forgo mammograms, colonoscopies and other routine cancer screenings until the outbreak eases. Some cancer surgeries are also being delayed.
Crystal Geyser pled guilty to two felonies of dumping arsenic-contaminated wastewater into “Arsenic Pond.” They have been ordered to pay a $5...
Hydrogen medicine may be the medicine of the future according to Dr. Mark Sircus, a doctor of natural medicine and writer of more than 23 books that...
Do you know which ingredients to watch out for in processed foods? Candy marketed to children often contain dangerous chemicals and food dyes. The...
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