- Colon, Pancreatic And Lung Are The Deadliest Cancers But Get Little Funding
Breast cancer, leukemia, and lymphoma get outsized funding compared to their mortality while pancreatic cancer, colon, liver, and others far deadlier get shorted, at least by government agencies. The private sector obviously wants to make products to save ...
Article - News Staff - Jul 18 2019 - 4:18pm
- The Pancreas Has Little Exposure To Sex Hormones So Why Do Women Get One Form Of Its Cancer?
Though the pancreas is an organ with little exposure to sex hormones, one form of pancreatic cancer affects specifically women, often young. How is this possible, even though the pancreas? This pancreatic cancer, known as "mucinous cyst", has st ...
Article - News Staff - Aug 6 2019 - 10:03am
- Cervical Cancer Is Not The Most Common Thing The HPV Vaccine Prevents, That's Oropharyngeal Cancer
Though an entire $2 billion industry has been built scaring people about the modern world (which has promoted a $35 billion supplement market and a $110 billion Organic industry) we're in a Golden Age. Even the poorest people can afford food, what wer ...
Article - News Staff - Aug 22 2019 - 4:33pm
- Scientists Give Mice Worsened Cancer And Colitis Again- This Time With Vegetable Oil
A new scaremongering story about food and cancer is making the rounds but before you run off to find comfort in the arms of Mark Hyman, Mehmet Oz, or Joe Mercola, keep one thing in mind. This is in mice. This stuff is always in mice or a statistical correl ...
Article - Hank Campbell - Aug 23 2019 - 6:50pm
- Edit Out Cancer: CRISPR Knocks Out Lcn2 Oncogene, Halts Progression Of Triple-negative Breast Cancer In Mice
A CRISPR gene editing system inside a nanogel delivery system injected into the body could put a stop to the growth of triple-negative breast cancer and it's gone past the first hurdle; human tumor cells and mice. Triple-negative breast cancer has the ...
Article - News Staff - Aug 26 2019 - 5:51pm
- Cancer Is The Leading Cause Of Death In High-Income Countries, And That's A Public Health Win
Two statistical analyses looked at common disease incidence, hospitalization and death, plus modifiable cardiovascular risk factors in middle-aged adults across 21 High-Income, Middle-Income, and Low-Income Countries and found that cancer is now the leadin ...
Article - News Staff - Sep 6 2019 - 9:56am
- Death By Stereotype: Do Unmarried Cancer Patients Get Inferior Care?
When it comes to getting treatment for cancer treatment, your marital status could be making a significant difference in the level of medical care you get, finds a new analysis. The stakes are high, given that 45 percent (<111 million) U.S. adults are u ...
Article - News Staff - Sep 17 2019 - 9:49am
- Just In Time For Halloween- Garlic Wards Off Vampires And Is Good For Your Heart Too
Any movie buff knows that garlic spooks vampires and thus keeps you from losing blood. Less well known is that eating garlic may keep your blood pressure at safe levels also. A new study from the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) shows this protect ...
Article - News Staff - Oct 8 2019 - 10:13pm
- Why ERs End Up With So Many Cancer Patients: Poor Palliative Care For Their Pain
There are 15 million people living with cancer in just the United States and it is painful. The huge downside to CDC claiming that recreational fentanyl use is an opioid epidemic is that they have stigmatized legitimate pain patients and their care- and so ...
Article - News Staff - Oct 29 2019 - 9:29am
- Genetically Edited White Blood Cells Are Already Helping Fight Cancer
For the first time in the United States, a gene editing tool has been used to treat advanced cancer in three patients and showed promising early results in a pilot phase 1 clinical trial. So far the treatment appears safe, and more results are expected so ...
Article - The Conversation - Nov 20 2019 - 5:01am