I would like to pass along an invaluable resource for those of us that are undergoing chemotherapy.
I thought about not running this post. I hate over-sensationalized news stories. But apparently Mr. Sterling’s prostate cancer is serious:
Awesome news! Cancer patients need new, safer pain killing options. And maybe this compound will allow measured, controlled dosing that marijuana–grown in different places in different ways–can’t:
Here’s a short excerpt from a fascinating article that just ran on MedicalXpress.com about drug resistance in cancer cells:
I interviewed an oncologist that specializes in the use of medical marijuana last evening. The Cure Talk broadcast featured Dr. Donald Abrams.
How’s this for some exciting research news:
The mainstream media has embraced palbociclib, a new breast cancer drug that may work against a number of other cancers, too. Early reports broke on business websites. This is to be expected. After all, hope helps stock soar.
Another look at a anti-cancer nutritional protocol that has been around for decades:
Wednesday and Thursday I ran posts on MultipleMyelomaBlog.com about an important topic for all cancer patients/survivors. Complimentary and alternative medicine (CAM) is a fast growing wellness category.
I don’t usually post celebrity news here. But I’ve been a bit overwhelmed lately, deciding to suspend content on our CancerNews.US site for now. So I’m going to post some of the content here that I would have run there.
Last month, writer Suzy Cohen wrote an insightful article: 3 herbal supplements with anti-cancer properties. It’s based on a question about pancreatic cancer, but I believe the tips have a much broader application. Here’s an excerpt:
I found this Suzy Cohen’s Newsday article about natural alternatives to manufactured drugs helpful:
I saved this article from last month, touting the benefits of vitamin B3:
Did you catch the story about how fruit flies may hold the key to a cure for cancer? It’s all about individualized medicine. By growing tumors in fruit flies that are genetically identical to the patient’s, researchers can then test all currently available drugs ahead of time, identifying combinations that no one could ever hope to anticipate.
There has been so much negative news about taking vitamins and supplements in the press lately. My philosophy has always been: within reason, if you can afford it, what can it hurt?
Pancreatic cancer is a fast moving and devastating killer. It can sometimes be cured if caught early enough. But most often it’s too late by the time symptoms are bad enough for someone to seek medical attention.
I just completed a series of posts I wrote about an informative and fascinating on-air discussion I hosted two weeks ago with cancer nutritional expert, Dr. Donald Abrams.
I wanted to share Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center’s helpful guide to help you identify reputable nutritional supplement suppliers: