Some Breast Cancer Drugs and Blood Vessel Damage But findings from small study are unlikely to change current practice, doctors say

Some Breast Cancer Drugs and Blood Vessel Damage But findings from small study are unlikely to change current practice, doctors say

🕔16:44, 11.Dec 2016

By Amy NortonHealthDay Reporter FRIDAY, Dec. 9, 2016 (HealthDay News) — Women on breast cancer drugs called aromatase inhibitors may show signs of early blood vessel damage that could lead to heart disease, a small study suggests. Researchers found that

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4 Things You Didn’t Know About Oral Sex -webmd

4 Things You Didn’t Know About Oral Sex -webmd

🕔08:48, 31.May 2015

The truth about oral sex, from cancer risk to what teens say about it. By Martin Downs, MPH WebMD Feature Reviewed by Marina Katz, MD WebMD Archive People who came of age before the Clinton years can remember when oral

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Ovarian, Breast Cancer Risk Vary According to Subtle Changes in Two Genes

Ovarian, Breast Cancer Risk Vary According to Subtle Changes in Two Genes

🕔10:36, 9.Apr 2015

Identifying the different mutations could help women decide if and when to undergo preventative surgery April 8, 2015 |By Rachael Rettner and LiveScience Women with mutations in the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes are at increased risk for breast and ovarian

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Decreased risk of colorectal cancer linked with higher selenium levels

Decreased risk of colorectal cancer linked with higher selenium levels

🕔16:57, 16.Dec 2014

By David McNamee Medical News Today A new study published in the International Journal of Cancer finds that higher levels of selenium are associated with a decreased colorectal cancer risk. An essential micronutrient for human health, foods such as brazil

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Cancer prevention tips

Cancer prevention tips

🕔19:45, 24.Nov 2014

Cancer is a very dangerous and complex disease. Many people think cancer is entirely genetic and cannot be avoided, but that’s not true. If you have healthy lifestyle then you won’t get cancer. Some cancers are preventable, and people can

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Early detection of colorectal cancer may be possible with newly found biomarkers

Early detection of colorectal cancer may be possible with newly found biomarkers

🕔10:44, 9.Oct 2014

By Catharine Paddock PhD Medical News Today A new study published in the British Journal of Cancer promises to open up new avenues toward swifter diagnosis of colorectal cancer by identifying two potential biomarkers for the early detection of the

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Low cholesterol not a good sign for patients with kidney cancer

Low cholesterol not a good sign for patients with kidney cancer

🕔19:56, 13.Jun 2014

Written by Catharine Paddock PhD Medical News Today New research adds yet another twist to the increasingly complex story surrounding cholesterol and health. It would seem that low cholesterol, which we are told is good for our heart, is not a

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Blistering Burns Predicted Skin Cancer

Blistering Burns Predicted Skin Cancer

🕔18:40, 10.Jun 2014

By Sean Kinney (dailyRx News) Years of research and health education have made it known that the more sun you get, the higher the odds of eventually developing skin cancer. And sunburns could boost that risk even further. New research

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Fish and Exercise May Help Colon Cancer Patients

Fish and Exercise May Help Colon Cancer Patients

🕔17:12, 10.Jun 2014

By Morgan Jones (dailyRx News) Plenty of research has tied lifestyle factors to risk for developing cancer. Could these factors also play into how cancer progresses once it has already developed? A new study suggests so. This new study examined

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Many Breast Cancer Patients May Exercise Too Little

Many Breast Cancer Patients May Exercise Too Little

🕔16:48, 10.Jun 2014

By Nancy Maleki (dailyRx News) Exercise has been shown to help women diagnosed with breast cancer live longer and better lives. But are breast cancer patients actually getting the exercise they need? A new study found that after a breast

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Kill Some Cancer Cells With These 4 Superfoods

Kill Some Cancer Cells With These 4 Superfoods

🕔04:14, 10.Jun 2014

If your trying to live eating an anticancer diet, which we all are, I think it’s worth reading through this. Some foods are found to radically reduce the growth of cancer, and/or completely get rid of it. Although it seems

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More Colon Cancer Screenings, Fewer Cancers

More Colon Cancer Screenings, Fewer Cancers

🕔03:52, 10.Jun 2014

By Nancy Maleki (dailyRx News) What does it take to save a half million people from a terrible disease? Getting the word out and encouraging people to come in for screenings, it seems. More than 500,000 colon cancers have been

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For Head and Neck Cancers, Knowledge Gap May Increase Risk

For Head and Neck Cancers, Knowledge Gap May Increase Risk

🕔23:24, 9.Jun 2014

By Tara Haelle (dailyRx News) The best way to beat cancer is to prevent it from occurring in the first place, when possible. With head and neck cancers, there are several ways to reduce risk. Yet the general public may

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Breast Cancer Patients Are Not Getting Enough Exercise, Study Says

Breast Cancer Patients Are Not Getting Enough Exercise, Study Says

🕔23:01, 9.Jun 2014

By Sandra Levy The study, published in the American Cancer Society’s (ACS) journal Cancer, also found that African American women were less likely to meet the guidelines than white women. According to the ACS, breast cancer is the most common cancer among

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A Potential New Treatment for Bladder Cancer

A Potential New Treatment for Bladder Cancer

🕔20:19, 2.Jun 2014

By Katti Gray (dailyRx News) Some cancers respond better to traditional treatments than others. Bladder cancer patients with a certain form of the disease have not always benefited from those treatments. A new drug being developed by the pharmaceutical company

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Potential New Treatment for Early Breast Cancer

Potential New Treatment for Early Breast Cancer

🕔20:12, 2.Jun 2014

By Sheryl Wood (dailyRx News) Tamoxifen has been the standard therapy for certain types of breast cancer. A new medication combination could eventually give women another choice that may be more effective. Tamoxifen (brand names Nolvadex, Soltamox) has been used

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Prostate cancer linked to sexually transmitted disease

Prostate cancer linked to sexually transmitted disease

🕔03:35, 2.Jun 2014

By Theresa Tamkins CNN Health EDT, Fri September 11, 2009   Men with prostate cancer who were previously infected with the sexually transmitted germ Trichomonas vaginalis are more likely to have an aggressive form of the cancer, compared with men

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Personalized Treatment for Lung Cancer Increased Survival

Personalized Treatment for Lung Cancer Increased Survival

🕔19:24, 21.May 2014

By Sheryl Wood (dailyRx News) What if cancer chemotherapy could be customized for each patient’s tumor? This individualized treatment may become a reality, as researchers test tumors for their genes and choose medications that work best based on those genes.

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JUGGLING DIABETES AND CANCER AND HOW PEOPLE COPE WITH BOTH ?

JUGGLING DIABETES AND CANCER AND HOW PEOPLE COPE WITH BOTH ?

🕔13:51, 20.May 2014

As published in Indian Express on January 5, 2013 – A US Study says people with Type 2 Diabetes have an increased risk of developing Cancer. Here’s how they cope up with both.Nine years ago, Brenda Gray, a former schoolteacher

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Better Sleep for Better Breast Cancer Survival

Better Sleep for Better Breast Cancer Survival

🕔23:53, 12.May 2014

By Tara Haelle (dailyRx News) Sufficient sleep is essential to all aspects of a person’s health. And for people not in good health, such as those living with cancer, good sleep might mean living a little longer. A recent study

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