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Outsmart Your Cancer

This easy-to-read alternative treatment guide could save your life. Outsmart Your Cancer explodes the myths about alternative cancer treatments and explains why non-toxic methods are more effective than conventional ones. This second edition of Outsmart Your Cancer includes new chapters, … Continue reading

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Breast Cancer Recovery with the Bosu(R) Balance Trainer

This book is a step-by-step guide to recovery for breast cancer survivors at any stage of recovery. The author addresses all of the major issues that the survivor faces in the aftermath of surgery and treatment and takes you through … Continue reading

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Alternative and Complementary Cancer Treatments

Americans are becoming increasingly involved in their own health. Many of them put a lot of credence in alternative and complementary treatments. They say that traditional medicines do not work for their problem—”Why should I use it?” You see that … Continue reading

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Sugar and Cancer

Scientists have discovered the exact relationship between sugar and cancer by revealing that the way in which cancer cells break down sugar is linked to the stimulation of tumor growth. Every cell in the body needs sugar to survive. But … Continue reading

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Using artificial intelligence to improve early breast cancer detection

When a mammogram detects a suspicious lesion, a needle biopsy is performed to determine if it is cancer. Roughly 70 percent of the lesions are benign, 20 percent are malignant, and 10 percent are high-risk lesions. Doctors manage high-risk lesions … Continue reading

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No One Walk Alone

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer events are organized all over the country in these days. These are celebration of life and let people know that we are supporting all breast cancer survivors and no one is in this alone. Let’s … Continue reading

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a time set aside to educate and inform about the causes, effects, prevention and treatment of breast cancer. Breast cancer is the second most common type of cancer in American women.  Mammography is … Continue reading

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Cancer diagnosis is family affair

When someone is diagnosed with cancer, life changes dramatically not only for that person but also those in the patient’s support system. The effect cancer has on the family as well as cancer survivors. when there is a cancer diagnosis, friends … Continue reading

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Man Faked Cancer For Donations

Thirty-seven-year-old Jeremiah Jon Smith, Minneapolis, was charged with theft by swindle last week. Police in Faribault and Northfield say that fundraisers for Smith generated $23,000 to help cover his medical care and expenses. But it turns out he spent the money … Continue reading

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Chemotherapy Must-haves

Chemotherapy Must-haves Having family with me during chemotherapy treatments The amazing care team and nurses that took care of me Simple things like a warm blanket and pillow My iPod with my favorite music Being able to fall asleep during … Continue reading

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Signs for Male Breast Cancer

October is breast cancer awareness month. Here are a few things about male breast cancer you should be aware of: The number of males getting breast cancer is on the increase with around 350 getting diagnosed each year. The causes … Continue reading

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Chickens are now laying an expensive cancer drug ingredient

Scientists in Japan have edited chickens’ genomes to make the birds lay eggs containing a protein called Interferon, which typically costs between $250 and $900 per several micrograms when manufactured without a magic hen. The Japanese chickens, though, cut the … Continue reading

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Cancer Does Not Consult the Calendar

All cancer survivors and their families know one thing for sure: cancer does not consult the calendar. Most of the cancer patients found their cancers in their bodies in surprising ways. But cancer patients should have a calendar for their … Continue reading

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When My Mommy Cries

When My Mommy Cries is a tender story about a little girl who feels scared, confused, and abandoned when her mother becomes deeply sad. Through reassuring honesty, gentle compassion, and mutual respect, they nurture the bonds of trust, as the … Continue reading

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9 ways to cope with sadness when cancer treatment ends

The cancer journey is filled with twists and turns, plenty of questions and more than enough surprises (not usually of the pleasant variety). But one aspect may be especially confusing and take those finishing treatment by surprise: Being sad after … Continue reading

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No clear evidence that most new cancer drugs extend or improve life

The majority of cancer drugs approved in Europe between 2009 and 2013 entered the market without clear evidence that they improved survival or quality of life for patients, finds a study published in BMJ. Study prompts calls to ‘raise the … Continue reading

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Life without Alice

When her twin sister, Alice, is diagnosed with a brain tumor, Lily withdraws from her active school life and friends to spend every waking moment with her ill sibling, certain that she cannot face life without her.

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Mommy Has a Boo Boo in Her Boob

Mommy Has a Boo Boo in Her Boob was written to help families who have been affected by breast cancer. Based on the author’s personal battle and victory over the disease, this book provides fun and practical guidance on how … Continue reading

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Encyclopedia of Cancer

This work comprehensively describes etiological factors in the development , Progression and metastasis of human cancers, both for hematological malignancies and for solid Tumors. Approaches for the diagnosis as well as for therapies are outlined too. The fourth edition of the … Continue reading

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The Lovin’ Ain’t Over for Women with Cancer

Treatment for breast, gynecological and other cancer can have a devastating effect on sexuality. The Lovin’ Ain’t Over for Women with Cancer is a guide to overcoming the sexual difficulties, written by a husband-and wife team of certified sexuality counselors … Continue reading

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