“The findings support the growing association between vitamin D and cancer risk and outcomes, and suggest that vitamin D supplements might help even those patients already diagnosed with some forms of cancer.” Matthew Drake, … [Read more...] about Strong Association with Vitamin D Level & Lymphoma Progression & Survival
The National Cancer Institute has responded to the recent news of the XMRV and ME/CFS link, thanks to a request by the CFIDS Association. The CFIDS Association was asking for guidelines for ME/CFS patients, their families, … [Read more...] about The National Cancer Institute’s Interim Guidelines for XMRV
I'm not trying to start a scare unnecessarily but over the years I have seen different times where research has found some sort of link between ME/CFS and cancer. This time it is the latest news regarding the virus that has … [Read more...] about Should ME/CFS Patients Be Worrying About Cancer?
I have been reading this blog, Bryce D. Brown, for a while now and my heart goes out to this family. I believe this family could really use a large prayer circle right now and I am sending this out hoping that everyone … [Read more...] about Please Keep This Family In Your Prayers…
2000 Denise Van Patten - http://collectdolls.about.com My mother-in-law, who had colon cancer, is still not doing well. She is down to 106 pounds and she had to quit her chemotherapy after only 4 sessions. She ended up … [Read more...] about Mother-In-Law Still Not Well
Italian researchers published a new study recently that showed aspartame might cause leukemia, lymphoma and breast cancer in rats. This was the second study by the same lab that showed aspartame causes cancer in … [Read more...] about More News on Aspartame’s Role In Cancer
I was reading a post on The Cancer Blog that discusses the new Alli (which was formerly a prescription diet drug by the name of Orlistat) as a cancer worry. The over-the-counter version weight loss pills are supposed to be … [Read more...] about Is New Alli A Cancer Worry?
A study conducted at Wake Forest University has found that the "fight or flight" stress hormone epinephrine (adrenaline) may contribute to the development of cancer and cause cancer cells to resist treatment. Epinephrine is … [Read more...] about Stress Contributing To Cancer
I wrote a couple of weeks ago about how my MIL was told that she had a tumor in her colon. We were to find out about a week after her colonoscopy if her tumor was cancerous or not. When the results came back, they were … [Read more...] about Update On MIL’s Colon Tumor…
Technology is amazing these days. There is a new operation for brain tumors called Gamma Knife Surgery where the surgeon does not have to cut the patient. This brain tumor treatment is accomplished by discharging a … [Read more...] about New Technology for Brain Tumors