I haven’t read Jane Schwartzberg’s new book. But I’m looking forward to it. Like Jane, my bone marrow cancer is incurable. I’ve lived six years and hope to live six more. But the odds say I won’t make it past ten.
Some cancers have bio markers that help oncologists detect them before they show-up on scans or in other tests. This HealthDay News article shares hope that there may soon be a marker to help catch lung cancer early:
16 months ago I ran this post about using vinegar to safely clean fruits and vegetables. It’s worth a second look:
Not sure whether to be encouraged or discouraged by uterine cancer update in this US News and World Report article. Here’s an excerpt:
Based on what alternative medicine writer, Cathy Wong says, the answer is “NO!”
Antioxidants dangerous? Some can be if you take too much. Or if cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy use them and it helps cancer cells to recover from treatment.
I saved this interesting article that I read in HealthDay.com to share with you:
I found this interesting; complex, but interesting:
This is an ongoing debate: Is soy good or bad for prostate cancer survivors? Here’s a comprehensive update, courtesy MedPage TODAY:
The son-in-law of a dear friend was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer a few months back. I have been reading-up on it and keeping my eyes open for updates. Contributor Lisa Hill researched lifestyle choices that can increase—or reduce—the risk of developing this insidious cancer:
This report from the BBC may be a bit disconcerting for those of us where cancer runs in the family:
Check-out Sunday’s Google Alert list under “Cancer Supplements.”
I’m not a big acronym fan. At the very least I try and spell-out the phrase at hand before I start using one. So needless to say I didn’t realize the complimentary medicine had one!
This is an important cancer-related study; so much so that Time Magazine featured it this week. Here’s an excerpt:
I want to reassure you that I’m not obsessed with prostate cancer! There just happens to be a lot of conflicting news about supplement use either preventing or increasing the risk of developing it these days.
I recently ran a post about how consuming fish oil supplements may help prevent or even slow the advance of prostate cancer. Here’s a brief composite view of options, including adding exercise to the mix:
I get some of my best leads from readers. My “Blog Contributions” file is literally jammed with links to various cancer-related articles. But this topic isn’t an obscure one, buried somewhere in a medical journal. No, this historic cancer retrospective is the talk of the town!
Immunotherapy is the hot topic in oncology these days. Anyone reading HWC regularly knows that! Here’s a lengthy excerpt from an even longer, more comprehensive article my good friend and lifestyle columnist for our daily MultipleMyelomaBlog.com (MMB), Danny Parker, passed-along last week:
Check-out this innovative, outside-the-box approach to exercise from spiritual lifestyle coach, Deepak Chopra, on linkedin.com:
More news about oils. My last post highlighted the importance of substituting animal fats for vegetable oils. It focused on men. Today’s eye-opening article keys on a new way women may be able to prevent breast cancer: by consuming more fish!