Tag Archives: cancer prevention
The ReDO (Repurposing Drugs in Oncology) project is an international collaboration between the Anticancer Fund based in Belgium, and the US based GlobalCures. Their mission is to find untapped sources of novel treatments for cancer in existing and widely used… Read More
Did you know that cancer kills 50 percent more men than women around the world?
It’s true. Each year, more than 4.6 million men and 3.5 million women die of cancer globally, according to the 2014 World Cancer Report – compiled… Read More
Colon cancer is ranked second as the leading cause of cancer-related death in the U.S., behind lung cancer. It is also the third most common form of cancer in both men and women, making it a source of serious concern… Read More
Sitting in your doctor’s office and hearing that you have cancer can be scary. But finding out that your cancer isn’t curable can be down-right terrifying and hard to swallow. A recent study found that many people that are diagnosed… Read More
Cancer has claimed the lives of millions of people across the globe, prompting healthcare officials and researchers to adopt a pro-active stand against this medical condition. Both government and non-government groups have campaigned for the identification and implementation of cancer … Read More
Cancer is considered as a life-changing condition that physically, mentally, and emotionally affects a person. It also influences the quality of life of an individual, especially when pain and immobilization occur with disease progression. Cancer has claimed the lives of… Read More
If you are a cancer survivor you know that cancer prevention can consume your life. However, recent research shows that approximately half of all cancer survivors die of non-cancer causes. This new research shows that cancer survivors should not only… Read More
Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer-related deaths in Canada and the United States. It is an extremely lethal form of cancer, and approximately 85% of lung cancer patients will die within 5 years of their initial diagnosis. With… Read More
Whether we like it or not, stress is a part of our lives. How we cope with this stress can have a significant impact on our health. Stress can cause a number of health problems from anxiety to high blood… Read More
Every day 70 Canadian men are diagnosed with prostate cancer and eleven die from it. The National Cancer Institute in the United States predicts that over 200,000 men in the US alone will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2012.… Read More
Is it possible that your daily hygiene routine could be putting you at a greater risk of developing cancer?
For years, there have been supposed links between the use of underarm deodorants and antiperspirants to the development of breast cancer… Read More
There are many possible complications associated with diabetes, is cancer now one of those potential risks? It might be.
First, and most importantly, there are two types of diabetes:
Type 1 – is usually diagnosed in children and young adults. … Read More