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  • Lung X-ray
    Antidepressant holds hope for treating lung cancer
    An older and little-used class of antidepressants may be an effective weapon in the battle against small cell lung cancer (SLC), according to a new study published online in the Sept. 26 journal Cancer Discovery.Small cell cancers account for only...
  • Walnuts
    Walnut enriched diet reduces prostate tumors
    Walnut enriched diet reduces tumors down to a quarter sizesResearchers from the School of Medicine at the University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio and colleagues examined whether a walnut diet would reduce the development and growth...
  • Stivargo
    FDA approves cancer drug for intestinal tract tumors
    On Monday, the FDA expanded approval ofa Bayer cancer drug to treat tumors of the intestinal tract that don't respond to other treatments.The drug, Stivargo, was approved by regulators to treat gastrointestinal stromal tumors that can’t...
  • Equine sarcoids and external beam radiation therapy
    Equine sarcoids and external beam radiation therapy
    Equine sarcoids are the most common type of skin tumor in horses. They can occur at any time during the horse’s life, but are most common in young horses.Sarcoid tumorstend to occur at sites of previous trauma, and are most commonly found on...
  •  Red grapes, which are a source of resveratrol
    Resveratrol may help fight prostate cancer
    Mayo Clinic writes that resveratrol might be a key ingredient in red winewhich helps to prevent damage to blood vessels, reduces "bad" cholesterol and prevents blood clots. Research suggests resveratrol might also help protectyou...
  • Tumors from GMO diet
    First long term study shows massive tumors in GMO-fed rats
    Genetically engineered corn was linked to mammary tumors, kidney and liver damage and other serious illnesses in the first ever peer-reviewed, long-term animal study of these foods.The findings were published today in the journal Food and Chemical...
  • Pregnancy
    Folic acid fortified foods may reduce some childhood cancers
    Folic acid aides in preventing neural tube defects now it may help prevent against some cancersA new retrospective analysis by Kimberly J. Johnson, PhD, assistant professor Brown School at Washington University, St. Louis and Amy Lindabery, PhD,...
  • FDA advisory panel recommends approval of new anti-obesity drug
    FDA advisory panel recommends approval of new anti-obesity drug
    Obesity is a major healthcare concern both nationally and locally. According to the LA County Department of Public Health, the current rate of obesity in the county stands at 20% and is rising. For decades, anti-obesity medications have appeared...
  • Moisturizers Should Help not Hurt
    Fight Dry Skin with Natural Moisturizers
    Most of my veggies are planted and now a lot of time is spent gazing at the clouds hoping they will drip on my garden. Darn if every time it looks like rain the wind blows it all away. Perhaps it’s time to file a complaint with Management...
  • National walk to end brain tumors in May
    National walk to end brain tumors in May
    The Grey Ribbon Crusade announced the third annual “National Walk to End Brain Tumors” on Sunday, and it will takes place this May during Brain Tumor Awareness Month.The Grey Ribbon Crusade is a collaboration of 95 brain tumor...
  • This flower is now even PRETTIER
    Flower power
    Well it seems bringing flowers to those who are sick now has a whole new meaning than simply showing concern and love."UK scientists announced [last] Monday that they developed a "smart bomb" cancer drug, derived from a British...
  • Green tea
    Green tea effective for treating tumors and genetic disease
    Researchers at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia have discovered that a compound found in green tea shows great promise in the treatment of two types of tumors and a deadly congenital disease. The discovery is the result of research...
  • Parsley
    Parsley may help stop breast cancer growth
    Parsley is well known for decorating a plate, freshening your breath and sticking in your teeth, and now researchers have found that it also may stop certain breast cancer tumor cells from multiplying and growing.In a new study from the University...
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