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NEWSDummy placebo pills help cancer patients overcome fatigue

February 14th 2018 in Drugs

...d that placebo pills—'dummy' tablets that have no active chemical ingredients—are helping cancer survivors overcome fatigue, one of the worst conditions they have to endure after treatment h...

NEWSGinger is a natural cancer-killer—and ovarian cancer is the latest on the list

January 29th 2018 has known it a long time, and now conventional medicine is starting to agree: ginger kills cancer. A new study has demonstrated its effectiveness against ovarian cancer cells, and earlier res...

NEWSLink between gum disease and some cancers proven by researchers

January 22nd 2018

...ow new evidence suggests that people with gum problems are 24 per cent more likely to develop cancer.

NEWS'Angelina Jolie' breast cancer gene not lethal—so wait before having mastectomy, researchers say

January 17th 2018

Women with the faulty BRCA gene have a higher risk of developing breast cancer, and have been inspired by movie star Angelina Jolie to have a preventive mastectomy—but it...

NEWSMobile phone radiation triples miscarriage risk

December 18th 2017 in Diseases

Radiation from mobile (cell) phones and wi-fi dramatically increases the risk of miscarriage, a new ...

NEWSHormone contraceptives increase breast cancer risk

December 14th 2017

All forms of hormonal contraception increase a woman's risk of breast cancer—and that's also true for the 'safer' progesterone-only pill, a major new study has found.

NEWSRoutine mammograms aren't life-savers, say researchers

December 11th 2017

Are routine mammograms to detect breast cancer actually worth having? When you weigh up the low number of lives they're saving, and the high...

NEWSCommon blood pressure drugs raise skin cancer risk seven-fold

December 8th 2017 in Drugs

...common drugs for high blood pressure (hypertension) 'significantly' increase the risk of skin cancer, new research has discovered.

NEWSHalf of all cancers caused by poor lifestyle

December 4th 2017

Cancer isn't always 'just one of those things'. In fact, nearly half of all cases need never have ha...

NEWSSugar industry suppressed evidence of health risks for 50 years

November 30th 2017

...sed evidence for nearly 50 years ago that processed sugars could cause heart disease and some cancers.


FEATUREAre bacteria the secret cause of cancer?

January 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 10) in Drugs, Environment

People with cancer have a bacterial imbalance—and antibiotics can successfully kill tumors. So does all this h...

FEATUREDon't let them eat cake

September 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 6) suggests that a diet that drastically restricts carbs could be an effective way to reverse cancer

FEATUREGet on your bike

June 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 3)

Giving up the train or car, and commuting to work by bike or walking, could make a big difference to...

FEATUREChemo’s early victims

January 2017 (Vol. 27 Issue 10) in Drugs

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

FEATUREImmunotherapy: hype or hope?

September 2016 (Vol. 27 Issue 6) in Diseases, Drugs

Immunotherapy is the new hope for treating cancers and other diseases—but a series of deaths has raised questions about its safety


February 2016 (Vol. 26 Issue 11) in Diabetes

...eeth and gums may be a major cause of a raft of diseases—from heart disease and diabetes to cancer.

FEATUREDrink four cups of coffee a day to stop colon cancer coming back

September 2015 (Vol. 26 Issue 6) in Diabetes

People recovering from colon cancer should start drinking coffee-lots of it-as it seems to stop the cancer coming back

FEATUREStarving cancer

June 2015 (Vol. 26 Issue 3) in Diabetes, Diseases, Drugs, Environment, Respiratory

Cancer cells feed off glucose-so fasting, or dramatically reducing calories, might be able to revers...

FEATUREHome detox

April 2015 (Vol. 26 Issue 1) in Drugs

There are noxious chemicals hiding in every corner of your home-from your walls to your carpets to y...

FEATURECancer without fear

March 2015 (Vol. 25 Issue 12) in Environment

In just 99 days, 77-year-old Morty Lefkoe reversed all the signs of his colon cancer, even though it had spread and was at stage IV-the end-stage before death

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