• Understanding the Connection between Alcohol and Cancer

    February 14, 2020
    Many people drink alcohol to celebrate or unwind. Some take little amounts of wine to protect their heart. Moderate consumption of alcohol may not lead to cancer, but heavy drinking can increase your risk of developing cancer. About five percent of cancers are related to alcohol consumption. Alcohol can increase one's chances of getting cancers of the larynx, mouth, more
  • Do Vegetables and Fruits Lower the Risk of Colorectal Cancer?

    A research study uncovered ways in which vegetables and fruits can minimize the risk of colorectal cancer. Colorectal cancer is caused by dietary factors, among other risks. Obesity, overweight, inactivity, and diets high in processed meat and red meat can lead to the development of the disease. In a recent study on flavonoids found in vegetables and fruits; It was discovered more
  • A Blood Test That Could Help Target Breast Cancer Treatment

    January 24, 2020
    Breast cancer patients who are diagnosed later or whose cancer has recurred can have trouble due to the limited treatment options available for them. Most of them will not survive for more than five years. A few breast cancer with genetic defects or specific mutations can be targeted using new drugs being tested in ongoing clinical trials. Some defects more
  • A Potential Novel Immunotherapy Target for Cancer

    January 14, 2020
    Researchers have found a potential immunotherapy target for cancer, which can help treat patients whose standard immunotherapies failed to work. The potential new treatment involves switching off regulatory cells to stop the tumors from growing and metastasizing. During research; The team noted that a lot of lesions display molecule MR1 on their cell surfaces. When the molecule is present, it more
  • No Need for Chemotherapy to Cure Early-Detected Breast Cancer

    December 25, 2019
    Breast cancer is among the most invasive cancers in women all over the world. The risk of the disease increases when one is 40 years and above. You can reduce the risk of developing breast cancer by making lifestyle changes even if you are at high risk. Early detection can help find effective treatments and cure. A breast more
  • Understanding the Connection between HPV and Many Other Types of Cancers

    December 15, 2019
    The human papillomavirus (HPV) is the main culprit causing cervical cancer. The virus is also linked to anal, genital, vulvar, and penile cancers as well as genital warts. HPV-related cancers are on the rise, but not many people know how HPV and cancer are connected. The lack of awareness about this connection could be a contributing factor to more
  • The Importance of Breast Cancer Awareness

    November 25, 2019
    Breast cancer awareness can change your perspective on your health. These are the main reasons why it is important to be informed and aware of breast cancer. Early Detection Being informed about the ways one can prevent cancer is the best way to be prepared for it. Early detection has been promoted through various efforts to make women aware of more
  • Symptoms of Colorectal Cancer and Colorectal Screening

    November 20, 2019
    Colorectal cancer can be scary, but once caught early, it can be treated. So, it’s important to know the warning signs of this cancer and take action as early as you can. There are three main symptoms of colorectal cancer: Blood in stool If there is no reason why you should have blood in your stool, such as through tearing more
  • Breast Cancer Surgery: How Cost Influences Treatment

    October 26, 2019
    In many women, even those with insurance cover, the cost of breast cancer treatment will influence their choice of the type of surgery. Due to this finding, there should be a guideline on how physicians present breast cancer treatment options to patients. This is mainly because surgical treatment approaches come at different costs, even if the outcomes are similar. more
  • Lung Cancer Symptoms to Watch Out For

    October 16, 2019
    Lung cancer mostly occurs in people aged 65 years and above. Many of those diagnosed with the disease do not live long. Early diagnosis for lung cancer improves the chances of treatment. Several studies have proven a 20% reduction in mortality when the disease is detected early. Here are some of the lung cancer warning signs to watch out for: more

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