This is an ongoing debate: Is soy good or bad for prostate cancer survivors? Here’s a comprehensive update, courtesy MedPage TODAY:
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:
This is a fascinating article. Switching to more vegetable-based fats is probably a good idea for everyone. But here’s some proof:
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.
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.
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.
We understand that we haven’t been sharing as much nutritional and lifestyle information here as we usually do. There has just been a lot of interesting and important cancer related new lately.
This is old news. Mammography doesn’t save many lives. But no one is willing to discontinue using them. PSA testing for prostate cancer is a similar testing dead-end.
I have been a bit miffed about all of the attention breast cancer gets, at the expense of cancers that affect far more people in this country, including skin, lung and prostate cancer.
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.
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 had been hearing about how aspirin can help prevent cancer in drips and drabs over the past week or so.