Category Archives: Malignancy

Disorders of the Prostate (including prostate cancer)

Poor nutrition is the primary cause of most conditions of the genitourinary tract (GU). Avoidance of spicy foods, caffeine, alcohol, tobacco and foods high in animal fat and simple carbohydrates is of utmost importance to treatment of diseases of the prostate. These … Continue reading

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Interesting Risk Factors for Prostate Cancer

In my research of the epidemiology of prostate cancer, I found some interesting indicators of the risk of contracting it, in addition to those listed in Robbins Basic Pathology, 8th Edition (age, race, geographic factors and genetic background). Clariss Gerhauser, … Continue reading

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Breast Cancer, comment

There are some organizations that support the prevention of breast cancer via research and information. I can get you the list or you can find it on Google. Keep up your campaign.Original PostNovember 26, 2010Title: Breast Cancer, commentThe information in … Continue reading

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Lung Cancer, comment

It was very interesting to read all of the statistics regarding lung cancer. I do not know why lung cancers seem to be the hardest cancers to try and fight. Even the major cancer treatment facilities, conventional or the “clinical … Continue reading

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Breast Cancer, comment

I completely agree with both of you. The focus is on “fear tactic”, versus educating of options and prevention. I had an instructor to comment that majority of the fundraising and research towards breast cancer is geared to “finding a … Continue reading

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Breast Cancer, comment

The information in this article is so true. It is important to raise awareness to breast cancer but not to become overly concerned and stressed about it. I think another way that we need to raise awardees about breast cancer … Continue reading

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Breast Cancer

This subject of breast cancer is everywhere, we see the pick ribbons on anything from a t-shirt to cars, even Kitchen-Aid mixers. It is was most women are thinking about. I believe that our nation is trying to scare us. … Continue reading

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Cancer, comment

The growing rate of cancer defiantly warrants a closer look at the factors such as stress levels, toxicity levels and over all heath of individuals. This article also address the nutrition aspect specifically the carbs and sugars. This is another … Continue reading

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Lung Cancer, comment

With Lung Cancer being responsible for the most cancer deaths in both men and woman. This article brings some interesting elements into play. With the loss of vitamin C being 30% for every cigarette a person smokes it would be … Continue reading

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Lung Cancer

It was very interesting to read all of the statistics regarding lung cancer. I do not know why lung cancers seem to be the hardest cancers to try and fight. Even the major cancer treatment facilities, conventional or the “clinical … Continue reading

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