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The Problem With Teen Cancers

When teenagers develop cancer it is often difficult to diagnose the condition which is why treatment may start too late. It is estimated that 1 in 333 children develops a malignancy by age 20, however it is the age group of 15 to 19 years that is most vulnerable and is seen to have the […]

Knowing Liver Cancer Types, Diagnosis And Treatment

Knowing Liver Cancer Types, Diagnosis And Treatment

The primitive liver cancer is still very rare in Europe and America and tends to increase the number of diagnosed cases in Africa and Asia. Hepatic carcinoma or hepatic cellular cancer is the most frequent of the hepatic tumors. It appears in 20% of the cases on a healthy liver than on a sick liver […]

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A Tumor Melting Virus? What’s That?

While most of us view the term ‘virus’ with distaste and distrust, here is now a virus that could actually be beneficial to human beings. A recent study has displayed heartening results in human trials that a particularly virus can destroy cancer cells and leave normal healthy cells of the body unharmed. The virus is […]

Linking Constipation To Colon Cancer

Linking Constipation To Colon Cancer

Constipation is a very uncomfortable condition where a person finds it hard to expel his or her body’s waste matter. Though it is accompanied by great discomfort, constipation is in itself not serious. Normal frequency of bowel movement can be anywhere from three times a day to three times a week. Constipation can be a […]

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Occupational Sunlight May Cut Kidney Cancer Risk In Men

A study that is hitherto the largest on the subject, examined the link between occupational sun exposure and lowered kidney cancer risk. This is with reference to occupational sun exposure or the kind of sun exposure that a man would likely have in the course of his occupation. This is another study that illustrates the […]

Unexpected But Real: Broccoli Prevents Stomach Cancer

Unexpected But Real: Broccoli Prevents Stomach Cancer

The stomach cancer in its very advanced form is very hard to diagnose and the medium survival rate of the patient suffering from it is of about 10 months using the therapies available in the present days. The stomach cancer is currently one of the most invasive forms of cancer in the whole world with […]

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Cancer Society Warns Against Over-Treating Prostate Cancer

There has long been debate about the efficacy or indeed the requirement of prostate cancer testing and now the American Cancer Society has issued fresh screening recommendations about screening for prostate cancer. Durango Brooks, the society’s director of prostate and colorectal cancers called for informed decision making among doctors as well as patients as regards […]

How Does B17 Vitamin Fight Cancer Cells?

How Does B17 Vitamin Fight Cancer Cells?

The author of the famous book: “A world without cancer”, G. Edward Griffin explains the phenomena very simply. The B17 molecule is composed of two major elements: a benzoic aldehyde (benzaldehyde) and cyanide. If the aldehyde is not very familiar to general population the cyanide is something everybody knows about. Separated, these two elements are […]