Welcome to TacticularCancer.com

Cancer is a much-feared disease. We summarize research, information and the latest news on preventing and even reversing cancer.

We do not prescribe or instruct; we only provide information to help readers make informed decisions.

You may wish to begin by reading this introduction and summary article.

Here are some areas covered on this website:

* how to prevent cancer.

* how different aspects of food, diet and nutrition affect cancer, including information on fruits, vegetables and other plant-based foods; meat, dairy and other animal food products; water and fluids; vitamins, especially vitamin D; minerals; essential fatty acids; as well as other nutrients.

* how various lifestyle factors influence cancer, including information on air and sunshine; exercise and physical activity; relaxation, rest and sleep; mental and emotional factors; smoking and alcohol; harmful chemicals and toxins; as well as the use of conventional medicine.

* information on cancer screening and detection.

* how to heal cancer and information on various cancer treatments and therapies, including the use of natural treatments; holistic treatments; herbs, herbal remedies and supplements; plus some conventional and alternative treatments. The immune system and detoxification and cleansing are also discussed.

* inspiration for cancer healing and recovery, including cancer survivor stories.

* information on different types of cancer, on how various issues and health conditions are related to cancer, as well as on specific groups of people.

* other cancer research and cancer information



You can browse the substantial health information on this website using either:

* the navigation menu at the top of every page;
* the search function at the top of the right column of every page;
* the most widely covered tags or topics at the bottom of the right column of every page; or
* the website's sitemap.

Or you may wish to begin by reading this introduction and summary article.

The site's latest articles are displayed below.

Breast Cancer Survival Rates Boosted by Psychological Counseling

Jan 13, 2009 by

A recent study has suggested that psychological counseling may boost breast cancer patients’ likelihood of survival. By undergoing...

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Smoking and Alcohol Linked to Esophageal and Stomach Cancers

Jan 13, 2009 by

A long-term study conducted by Dutch researchers has linked smoking and drinking to three subtypes of esophageal and stomach...

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Eating Beans and Potatoes May Lower Breast Cancer Risk

Jan 12, 2009 by

A pre-clinical study conducted by researchers from the Colorado State University has suggested that eating potatoes and beans...

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Vitamin D in Cancer Prevention – Statement Defending and Affirming its Rol...

Jan 12, 2009 by

A recent study released last year supposedly found that vitamin D does NOT protect against getting breast cancer. Unfortunately, this...

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An Example of A Natural Cancer Treatment Protocol

Jan 11, 2009 by

If you are familiar with natural cancer protocols, or so-called “alternative” cancer treatments, you would have some...

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Cancer Treatment – Comparing Natural and Conventional Methods

Jan 11, 2009 by

The way cancer is treated depends very much on how the disease is viewed. Is it just a tumor which needs to be removed some way or the...

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Conventional Medicine’s “War on Cancer” – Examining the ...

Jan 11, 2009 by

So much is always said and published about the supposed “War on Cancer”. Conventional medicine and its proponents would...

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Obesity Linked in Study to Higher Ovarian Cancer Risk

Jan 7, 2009 by

According to a recent study, post-menopausal women who are obese and who have never before used hormone replacement therapy (HRT) may...

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High Blood Insulin Levels Raise Breast Cancer Risk

Jan 7, 2009 by

A study conducted by researchers from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York City has found that women who have high...

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Exercise and Physical Activity Lowers Risk of Colon and Rectal Cancers

Dec 30, 2008 by

Exercise is critical for good health. A study published in the November issue of Cancer Causes and Control has indicated that exercise...

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Thermograms – A Safer Alternative To Mammograms

Dec 30, 2008 by

With the futility and dangers of mammograms slowly but surely coming to light, what is a safe and effective alternative which women...

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The Dangers and Futility of Mammograms

Dec 30, 2008 by

Mammograms help detect breast cancer early, thereby increasing the chances of cure or recovery, right? Well, that’s what the...

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Mammograms Found To Increase Breast Cancer Rates; Some Cancers May Go Away On Th...

Dec 30, 2008 by

Do conventional diagnostic procedures like X-rays and mammograms actually do their part in causing cancer? Does conventional cancer...

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Natural Substance Noscapine Found Effective Against Advanced Prostate Cancer

Dec 30, 2008 by

Have you heard of noscapine? I have not. It is said to be a naturally-occurring substance, a non-addictive derivative of opium, which...

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Frequent Cell Phone Use Raises Risk of Salivary Gland Cancer by 50%

Dec 30, 2008 by

The use of mobile phones is getting more prevalent by the year. And recent research conducted at Tel Aviv University in Israel has...

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Cancer Drugs Used To Shrink Tumors In Fact Promote Their Growth

Dec 29, 2008 by

In conventional cancer treatment, the focus is almost totally on the tumor – killing it via burning (radiation) or poisoning...

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More Physical Activity Means Less Cancer Risk

Dec 28, 2008 by

Yet another study has linked the level of physical activity in one’s life with one’s risk of getting cancer. Not unexpectedly,...

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Exercise Is An Excellent Cancer Fighter

Dec 28, 2008 by

Exercise is not only a great health booster, it is an excellent cancer fighter, too. Research is mounting that exercise can prevent...

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Smoking Increases Risk of Bladder Cancer

Dec 28, 2008 by

Smoking plays a huge part in causing lung cancer and other respiratory problems – this is common knowledge. But it also greatly...

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Two Studies Showing Cruciferous Vegetables Lower Risk of Bladder Cancer

Dec 28, 2008 by

Cruciferous vegetables, particularly when eaten raw, are well-known for their antioxidant properties as well as anti-cancer...

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