Cancer Sufferers With Diabetes Have Poorer Outcomes

Sep 16, 2014 by

Cancer and diabetes are two of the most common serious diseases in the first world today. A piece of research published in the Journal...

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Olives May Have Anti-Cancer Effects

Jun 3, 2009 by

Olives and olive oil are often touted as healthful foods. In the following article, two studies highlighting the possible anti cancer...

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Cancer and Sugar – Studies Which Show The Link

Apr 17, 2009 by

One of the most important things a cancer suffererer needs to do is to avoid refined sugar in his or her diet. I’m talking candy...

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Cancer Survivors Struggle With Employment

Feb 19, 2009 by

Cancer, without doubt, is a much feared and potentially debilitating disease. Often, cancer sufferers, especially those who undergo...

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Colonoscopies Do NOT Prevent Colon Cancer

Jan 14, 2009 by

I have been seeing some stories lately about how colonoscopy is only effective for detecting cancer in the left side of the colon...

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Smoking Raises Colorectal Cancer Risk

Jan 13, 2009 by

A study carried out in Italy has revealed that smoking increases the risk of getting colorectal cancer by about 18%, as well as of...

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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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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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Meat Linked to Small Intestine Cancer

Dec 26, 2008 by

Should we, or should we not eat meat? What is the role which meat consumption plays in the development of cancer? Scientific evidence...

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Study Suggests Vitamin D Improves Survival From Colorectal Cancer

Nov 23, 2008 by

by Reuben Chow first published on A study led by Kimmie Ng, M.D., M.P.H., of the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute has...

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