On the surface, this headline sounds encouraging. But don’t forget to read the fine print:
This is an ongoing debate: Is soy good or bad for prostate cancer survivors? Here’s a comprehensive update, courtesy MedPage TODAY:
This is a fascinating article. Switching to more vegetable-based fats is probably a good idea for everyone. But here’s some proof:
Last week I shared how my good friend and former business partner, Bruce Jesse, had been unexpectedly diagnosed with breast cancer.
I usually post celebrity cancer news on CancerNews.US. But I felt making an exception this time would be OK. Steve Garvey a big name with what seems to be a big heart, too…
Back in September, I wrote an article about how a negative attitude and stress is a no-no for cancer patients/survivors. I am going to re-run it in it’s entirety below. Then I’m going to run some excerpts and a link to a new article that long time reader and nutritional columnist at MultipleMyelomaBlog.com sent me a few days back, confirming and reinforcing the “stress is bad” hypothesis.
I’m considering using a testosterone patch. My “T” levels are at the very bottom of the “acceptable” scale.
Check-out this press release about a number of natural compounds which may help prevent and/or slow down prostate cancer:
I hate to report on stories like this, because I understand how many tea drinking fans their are out there.
Now I’ve heard everything!
Experts can’t seem to agree about whether to use PSA testing to screen for prostate cancer.
I just answered a reader’s comments on one of my other blogs about Oregano yesterday–reminding her what a powerful antioxidant it is. I’d say the rest of this is a bonus:
ABC News ran a very well done report on the effect that billionaire investor, Warren Buffett’s decision to undergo radiation therapy for his prostate cancer.
Hey guys! Check-out this excerpt from I found this to be very interesting…
Late last month I ran an article about an exciting new, broad-based cancer therapy:
I was listening to an interview on public radio the other day, featuring a physician from the University of Minnesota Medical School–I should have jotted his name down at the time.
I thought we were supposed to eat more fish and take extra fish oil capsules…
I need to interrupt our “trip down memory lane” for some breaking news–and it isn’t good:
Cancer Research UK recently said that people diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, bowel, breast and ovarian cancer – cancers that are notoriously difficult to treat and sometimes end in death – are now surviving in numbers that double previous figures.