Electromagnetic fields and cancer

Some studies indicate that there may a link between magnetic fields generated by electrical power lines and childhood leukemia. For example, an excess incidence of leukemia in Sweden was attributed to the estimated current flow based on historical records of local power companies. However, that risk of childhood...
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A little aspirin could prevent bowel cancer

A new study indicates that a little aspirin could prevent bowel cancer and that too without any serious side effects. A five-year retrospective study conducted by Malcolm Dunlop of the University of Edinburgh, UK, compared the aspirin habits of 2800 patients suffering from cancer and 3000 cancer-free patients....
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Oral Cancer–An Overview

Oral Cancer–An Overview The term “oral cancer” includes cancers of the lips, tongue, cheeks, floor of the mouth, hard and soft palate, sinuses, and pharynx (throat). It can be life threatening if not properly diagnosed and treated early. The most common symptoms of oral cancer include: – lumps,...
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Breast cancer treatment affects memory

Breast cancer survivors may experience problems with certain mental abilities several years after treatment… A study indicates that there might be common and treatment-specific ways that cancer therapies negatively affect cancer survivors’ mental abilities. Previous studies suggested that chemotherapy could cause problems with memory and concentration in breast...
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Natural Heart Drugs May Combat Colon Cancer

Natural Heart Drugs May Combat Colon Cancer–A new study in Sweden finds… According to a new study, a group of naturally derived heart drugs known as “cardiac glycosides” may be effective in fighting colon cancer. Researchers in Sweden studied the effects of several cardiac glycosides, as part of...
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Soy may fight breast cancer recurrence

Soy may reduce the risk of breast cancer recurrence in post-menopausal women, according to a study published Monday in the Canadian Medical Association Journal. Researchers found Chinese women with breast cancer who had finished menopause and who ate the most soy (an average of 49.6 mg of soy...
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