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FEATURE The herb that kills cancer

2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 3)

Growing evidence shows that magnolia bark effectively combats cancer, as Dr Harald Gaier accidentally discovered while offering 'supportive care' to two patients with tumours

NEWS Strawberries slow growth of breast cancer—in the laboratory, at least

May 2nd 2017

Strawberries could slow the spread of breast cancer. It's already known that eating between 10 and 15 of them has powerful anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory effects, and now researchers are hoping the fruit could also be a treatment for the cancer.

NEWS IUD contraceptives and hair dyes raise breast cancer risk

March 13th 2017

IUD (intrauterine device) hormonal contraceptives increase the risk of breast cancer by 52 per cent in post-menopausal women—and hair dye raises the risk 23 per cent, a new research study has discovered.

NEWS Exercise and take vitamins to lower risk of breast cancer coming back

February 22nd 2017

If you’ve had breast cancer, what’s the best lifestyle for you to follow to lower your chances of it coming back? Not surprisingly, it’s all the usual suspects: don’t put on weight, exercise five days a week, and take vitamin supplements, say researchers.

NEWS Less is more when it comes to breast cancer treatment, say researchers

February 1st 2017

Less could be more when it comes to breast cancer. Women who choose breast conserving therapy (BCT) are doing just as well—and may even be surviving longer—than others who opt for radical mastectomy, where the breast is removed.

FEATURE Preventing breast cancer

2017 (Vol. 27 Issue 11) /

An industry-funded movement is afoot to put healthy women on bone-thinning and heart-risky drugs to prevent cancer. Celeste McGovern investigates the conventional advice and better alternatives.

NEWS Broccoli and celery compound blocks most lethal form of breast cancer

January 25th 2017 /

One in five cases of breast cancer are known as triple-negative, and are the most lethal form—but a compound found in herbs such as thyme and parsley, and celery and broccoli, stops them spreading, scientists have discovered this week.

FEATURE Chemo’s early victims

2017 (Vol. 27 Issue 10) /

Around 8 per cent of cancer patients are dying within 15 days of starting treatment, a startling new study has discovered

FEATURE The Devil’s advocate

2017 (Vol. 27 Issue 10)

An Australian biochemist has developed and championed a revolutionary cure for skin cancer with a cream derived from a little-known nightshade.

NEWS Women with strong social connections more likely to survive breast cancer

December 28th 2016

Women are more likely to survive breast cancer if they have a strong social network of friends and family—but those who are more isolated are twice as likely to die from the disease.

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