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Ovarian cancer commonly begins as a cyst made up of cancerous cells. As the cancer progresses, the dangerous effects spread to other parts of the body with the cancerous cells. Medical professionals have many detection techniques in place to determine if a female has ovarian......

These days, I see a lot of people using camera phones for photos. I have nothing against this, but there’s something to be said about the old-style cameras with a real flash. What does this have to do with seeing eye cancer symptoms? Actually, a......

Alcohol, no matter how it fuels fun nights out with friends, has plenty of risks. Getting intoxicated can lead not just to sticky situations, but regular intake of alcohol can also increase your risk of cancer. It’s not just excessive drinking that you have to......

Did you know that cancer cells divide only around forty times before it causes death? Unfortunately, even the most advanced cancer screening systems only detect the disease until it has already started to develop in the body. Usually, by that time, the cancer cells have......

Maple syrup, that sweet liquid that is so often associated with Canada, may be extremely beneficial to our health. According to a new study that was published in the Journal of Medicinal Food, maple syrup may significantly slow the growth rate of cancer cells, depending......

There are many simple lifestyle changes you can make in order to prevent cancer. Following these tips will put you on the path towards better health and hopefully a cancer-free future. 1. Don’t smoke – You’ve probably been warned of this many times before, but......

A huge breakthrough has been made in cancer research. Researchers have discovered that a compound called salinomycin killed 100 times more cancer cells than the standard chemotherapy drug. The study was tested on mice by a team from Boston. Many other experts are hopeful that......

Most Americans are not getting enough vitamin D, a fact that may put them at risk for developing cancer, according to a landmark study conducted at Creighton University School of Medicine. The study followed older women for 4 years. During that time, the women who......

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