This is a fascinating article. Switching to more vegetable-based fats is probably a good idea for everyone. But here’s some proof:
My good friend, Purdue University researcher, Gary Blau, alerted me to this amazing NBC News Rock Center report about how smart phones are already changing the way some doctors treat patients:
Here is an excerpt from a timely article I discovered on a reputable website, everydayHEALTH.com:
Veggies are key to longer life? YES! Clear evidence that a veterinarian diet–especially Vegan and especially in men–does help improve overall, long term survival.
I’m not sure if I buy-into the “balanced pH” philosophy of nutrition and cancer prevention, but apparently Nancy Elizabeth Shaw sure does…
Here’s good news for those of you that like weed; a fun excerpt from our friends at Cancer Network:
Remember back 30 years or so when vitamin C was thought to be a miracle nutrient, able to cure everything from lyme disease to cancer? And how about vitamin E? That was supposed to prevent prostate cancer, heart attack and stroke.
Happy Memorial Day weekend to all of my American readers! I have been saving a number of cancer related news items to share with you for a number of weeks now. Here are two completely different and unrelated stories that I wanted to share.
There are currently few therapy options for patients with advanced stage pancreatic cancer. Yesterday I received this good news from our friends at the pharmaceutical company, Celgene, via a press release:
Check-out excerpts from this awesome online Cure Magazine article about chemotherapy induced-peripheral neuropathy (PN) or (CIPN):
So many celebrities facing cancer just like the rest of us. Angelina Jolie’s decision to undergo a prophylactic double mastectomy has drown-out other celebrity cancer news; from Tommy Chong’s claim that diet and marijuana cured his prostate cancer, to Angie Everhart’s thyroid cancer diagnosis.
Reader David Haas sent me a link to a friend’s cancer website this morning. It is an awesome and inspiring site!
Last week I shared how my good friend and former business partner, Bruce Jesse, had been unexpectedly diagnosed with breast cancer.
MMB healthy living columnist, Danny Parker, forwarded me this NPR article a few months back. I saved it, forgot about it and then stumbled across it today. Worth a look!
Anna Edney’s Washington Post article about the high cost of cancer drugs doesn’t have anything to do with the sequester. This is an ongoing challenge for many of us:
Spirituality is such a complicated issue. This interview with Tami Borneman at this year’s Oncology Nurses Society meetings covers a lot of key points:
Nutrition and cancer; controversial, an oncology outlier. But it is important enough for the National Cancer Institute (NCI), part of the National Institutes of Health, think it’s important. Very important.