Faulty tests give false hope to prostate cancer victims: Half of patients have more aggressive tumour than first diagnosed

April 12th, 2014

Half of men who are told they have only ‘slow-growing’ prostate cancer turn out to have more aggressive tumours, warn scientists. They say inaccurate testing often underestimates the likely progress of the disease. It is only when the prostate is …
maybe this will change things

Cancer ‘Miracle’ Patients Studied Anew for Disease Clues

April 12th, 2014

Doctors review PET scans of a cancer patient. The history of oncology is rife with reports of cancer patients who have staged miraculous recoveries.
can believe what i am reading, so unfair

3 Tips For Healing Ovarian Cysts

April 12th, 2014

A vast part of the female population suffer from ovarian cysts without actually knowing about them. However, for those who do know, there are various useful things that can be done to help heal them.
can believe what i am reading, so unfair

83 Looking back over 50 years of Epstein-Barr virus

April 12th, 2014

We look back over 50 years of the Epstein-Barr virus – the first human cancer virus – with some of the key researchers involved in its discovery.
and i though i was the only one to see it this way

Cindy And Naomi Model Reveals Double Mastectomy Results

April 12th, 2014

In a move that, for many, symbolises a courageous “coming forth” following an emotionally and physical draining period, Claire Farwell, a model who worked with Cindy and Naomi in the 90s, has come forth to disclose more information about her personal fight with breast cancer that culminated in a double mastectomy. Having situations like this one prove that there is an incredible opportunity for starting a much needed dialogue regarding the “presence” and effects of different forms of cancer in our society. This story is, in fact, a more developed tale than what can be told…
thanks for visiting today!

My year of lung cancer, pictured day by day: Woman diagnosed with disease documents her journey – from diagnosis to hair loss and recovery

April 9th, 2014

A woman who was diagnosed with lung cancer just four months into her marriage has documented her journey – by having her photo taken every day for a year. Jennifer Glass, from San Mateo, California, discovered she had advanced lung cancer in January 2013 …
maybe this will change things

Cancer-Fighter Juno Therapeutics Hits The Pause Button On Trial After Patient Deaths

April 9th, 2014

One of the most exciting new avenues in cancer research is the development of techniques to genetically re-engineer a patient's own immune cells to destroy tumors. Several companies are racing to commercialize this technology. In the lead are Novartis, working with researchers at the University of Pennsylvania, and Juno Therapeutics, a roll-up of research at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer …
more to read in our archives

3 Tips For Healing Ovarian Cysts

April 9th, 2014

A vast part of the female population suffer from ovarian cysts without actually knowing about them. However, for those who do know, there are various useful things that can be done to help heal them.
more to read in our archives

82 Cancer deaths in men, surgery under the spotlight, and highlighting oesophageal cancer

April 9th, 2014

We take a look at the latest worldwide cancer stats, highlight the importance of cancer surgery, and discuss the issues around oesophageal cancer. Transcript: http://www.cancerresearchuk.org/about-us/cancer-news/podcast/cancer-deaths-in-men-surgery-under-the-spotlight-and-highlighting-oesophageal-cancer
how doe this impact my state

Cindy And Naomi Model Reveals Double Mastectomy Results

April 9th, 2014

In a move that, for many, symbolises a courageous “coming forth” following an emotionally and physical draining period, Claire Farwell, a model who worked with Cindy and Naomi in the 90s, has come forth to disclose more information about her personal fight with breast cancer that culminated in a double mastectomy. Having situations like this one prove that there is an incredible opportunity for starting a much needed dialogue regarding the “presence” and effects of different forms of cancer in our society. This story is, in fact, a more developed tale than what can be told…
blog updated each day, visit us again