Monday , January 22 2018

Research Shows That a Healthy Diet Will Slow or Stop Most Cancers

More than 30 years ago, I performed and published the first study on the dietary treatment of breast cancer. Although it was a small study circulated by an obscure journal, this was an important beginning for the current medical thinking that a healthy diet should be fundamental therapy recommended by physicians for …

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Cancer Doesn’t Choose Who Survives Based On How Hard Someone Fights

Let the well wishes for John McCain also be an important reminder. After Sen. John McCain’s office confirmed Wednesday that the former presidential candidate has been diagnosed with brain cancer, many of his political colleagues, opponents and friends shared their condolences on social media and expressed a similar sentiment: the Arizona Republican is a …

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How the Ketogenic Diet Weakens Cancer Cells

Chronic disease continues to ravage our world today despite tremendous advances in health care. Therapeutic approaches to treating this wide-range suffering cannot be met by technological growth in pharmacology, genetic therapy, or surgery. It should be obvious that the real solution for treating cancer and disease is not found in a man-made …

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Cancer Taught Me To Live Like I’m Dying

Moments to cherish are everywhere. Last year, I became one of the estimated 1,685,210 new cases of cancer to be diagnosed in 2016. Of that number, one out of three was projected to die from the disease. While the diagnosis and statistics are daunting at best, for me cancer became a …

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Coffee and cancer – what does the evidence say?

Coffee is one of the world’s most popular drinks, and it’s the way many of us choose to jump-start our day. But is it possible that its beneficial effects go further than a morning pick-me-up? As you may have already read in the news, the International Agency for Research on Cancer …

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