January

January

Cancer Death Rates Continue Their 20+ Year Decline

By Admin at 30 Jan 2018

According to the American Cancer Society’s latest annual report on cancer, Cancer Statistics 2018, mortality rates have been dropping steadily for more than two decades.

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Blueberries May Be the Next Secret Weapon for Fighting Cervical Cancer

By Admin at 19 Jan 2018

An exciting new study suggests the treatment of cervical cancer with radiation could be significantly improved upon by adding blueberry extract to the mix.

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Cancer Treatment Triggers Inflammation That May Promote Tumor Growth, Resolvins May Help

By Admin at 12 Jan 2018

Describing cancer treatment as a “double-edged sword,” researchers have revealed that chemotherapy and targeted cancer therapies may inadvertently stimulate inflammation, driving tumor growth.

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1 in 5 Cancer Survivors Live With Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

By Admin at 4 Jan 2018

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is often associated with war veterans or survivors of natural disasters, but there is growing recognition that battling a life-threatening illness like cancer can also precipitate the disorder.

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