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Turmeric and pepper could fight breast cancer

Fri Dec 11, 18:01 / comments: 0
Researchers believe that the elimination of cancer stem cells is essential in the fight against cancer
Turmeric and pepper could be useful in the treatment of breast cancer by limiting the growth of stem cells that make the tumor grow.
 

Prostate cancer: exercise reduces mortality

Thu Dec 10, 14:42 / comments: 0
5 hours of vigorous physical activity per week reduces risk of dying from prostate cancer
For people cured of prostate cancer, moderate activity can improve overall survival and at least five hours of vigorous activity per week could reduce mortality from prostate cancer.
 

Lung cancer: Attention to the first cigarette

Tue Dec  8, 15:08 / comments: 0
The amount of nicotine ingested depends on time of the day when a person smokes his first cigarette
The time of the first cigarette smoking can have a major impact on lung cancer, according to a study published in the journal Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention.
 

A chromosomal abnormality can cause certain types of cancer

Tue Dec  8, 13:40 / comments: 0
The results will put an end to the debate as to whether aneuploidy causes cancer or is caused by it
A chromosomal abnormality known as aneuploidy may cause some cases of cancer, says a study published Monday in the U.S., confirming a hypothesis raised by researchers earlier.
 

England: 10,000 deaths each year due to late diagnosis of cancer

Tue Dec  1, 10:14 / comments: 0
Lung cancer was the deadliest in Britain in 2007 with 34,589 deaths, colon cancer (16,087) and breast cancer (12,082)
Up to 10,000 people die from cancer every year in England because of being diagnosed too late, said the head of government dedicated to the fight against this disease.
 

A new technique of breast reconstruction after mastectomy

Thu Nov 12, 09:18 / comments: 0
A new technique of breast reconstruction for women who underwent mastectomy after cancer
Australian researchers announced Thursday they would try a new technique of breast reconstruction for women who underwent mastectomy after cancer.
 

A drug against stroke may influence breast cancer

Fri Nov  6, 12:22 / comments: 0
A drug to fight against stroke may influence breast cancer by destroying malignant cells without affecting healthy cells
A drug against stroke may influence breast cancer by destroying malignant cells without affecting healthy cells, said Thursday the Israeli researchers.
 

New smoking-related cancers

Thu Nov  5, 15:09 / comments: 0
Smoking can cause the malignant tumors of the ovary, colon and rectum
Smoking also causes malignant tumors of the colon, rectum and ovary, according to the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC).
 

Nanotechnology to fight cancer

Mon Oct 19, 15:01 / comments: 1
Fluorescent properties of quantum dots (color emitted depends on the particle size) aimed to detect the cancer
Whether to treat or diagnose, the "onconano" is the weapon of the future.
 

Cervarix vaccine, licensed in the United States and Japan

Sun Oct 18, 00:22 / comments: 0
Laboratory GlaxoSmithKline
The Cervarix, a vaccine against cancer of the cervix Laboratory GlaxoSmithKline Plc (GSK) obtained authorization in the U.S. market.
 

Discovery of a key gene involved in breast cancer

Sat Oct 10, 21:01 / comments: 0
An abnormal NRG1 gene involved in half of breast cancers, and probably many other malignancies, such as colon, prostate, ovary or bladder.
Abnormal NRG1 gene is responsible for breast cancer, and probably many other malignancies, such as colon, prostate, ovary or bladder.
 

Cellular anti aging machanism can help beat cancer

Sat Oct 10, 03:01 / comments: 0
Telomeres on end of chromosomes
The discoveries made in the first part of 1980 now open perspectives in the fight against cancer and aging.
 

Statins, the new panacea?

Fri Oct  9, 08:06 / comments: 0
Statins could reduce the risk of various malignancies, including those of prostate and breast
The epidemiological and biochemical data have recently suggested that statins could reduce the risk of various malignancies, including those of prostate and breast.
 
 
 
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