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Free Cancer Prevention Book




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Book News: Cancer – Its Origin, Prevention & Possible Healing




  Cancer – Its Origin, Prevention & Possible Healing By Ray Kent Cancer Demystified. CLICK HERE to ORDER Finally, it is possible to look at Cancer as it is, without the bias of knowledge, guesswork, greed and ignorance. The Body is speaking to us, and we need no complicated theories or never-ending research to understand. […]

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Cancer Survivor Spotlight: Ali Maloy
Author of:CANCER CRASH COURSE: What to Expect When You’ve Got Cancer




If you’ve recently been diagnosed with cancer, you probably already realize how terrifying “facing cancer” can be—you are dealing with the crippling horror right now. The day my doctor told me I had cancer is still as clear in my head as if it happened yesterday. The diagnosis itself is nothing short of petrifying—but going […]

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Major Setback For Cancer Genomic Research




The once promising area of Cancer Genomic Research suffered some serious setbacks after a former Duke researcher (and colleagues) issued their eighth retraction of published research studies. A retraction letter was published on JAMA on January 6th.   As reported on: GMA News Online, Dr. Brawley of the American Cancer Society weighed in on this revelation: […]

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Irish Scientists Discover New Vaccine Approach
for Cancer Treatment




Scientists from the University Of Dublin’s Trinity College announced that they have developed a new vaccine to treat pre-clinical cancer. The research team ….discovered a new approach for treating the disease based on manipulating the immune response to malignant tumours…… there are plans to develop the vaccine for clinical use for cancer patients…..tumours… produce molecules […]

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Cancer Research News: Anti-Estrogen Drug Combo Improves Life Expectancy for Post-Menopausal Women with Metastatic Breast Cancer




SWOG (Formerly the Southwest Oncology Group) is one of the five cooperative groups that together comprise the National Cancer Institute’s (NCI’s) National Clinical Trials Network. SWOG has released the results of a Phase 3 clinical trial that evaluated the impact of combining anti-estrogen drugs to treat post-menopausal women with metastatic breast cancer. The two drugs […]

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The Power to Prevent Cancer – Free Audio Program




Whenever, someone is diagnosed with cancer, usually one of the first questions they hear is: “Does anyone in your family have a history of cancer?” This perpetuates the misconception that cancer is primarily hereditary. The truth is, it is not. The Government (National Institutes of Health) compiles vast data on research regarding the various attributable […]

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Does Obesity Increase Cancer Risks?




In Cancer Free 123, I discussed how being overweight, can increase cancer risks. Many carcinogens and toxins that we may encounter in the environment and in products we use, are lipophilac. This means that these various dangerous exposures “love fat” tissue. An overweight person is more at risk, that something like tobacco pollution, could be […]

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Can Dogs Really Smell Cancer?




As if we really needed more reasons to treasure “man’s best friend,” the reality that a canine’s sense of smell can help improve cancer survival is amazing. This is not breaking news, since these research studies have been circulating for awhile. However, it is increasingly impressive how this technology is progressing. Researchers are now able […]

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The Prostate Cancer Foundation Awards Research Grants to 24 New “Young Investigators”




The Prostate Cancer Foundation announced via BusinessWire: “….the addition of 24 new Young Investigators (YIs) to its 2011 Class, increasing the total of PCF-supported YI projects to 74. Young Investigator awards are designed to encourage the most innovative minds in cancer research to focus their careers on prostate cancer. These grants provide three years of […]

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