Can Tomatoes Help Fight Stomach Cancer?

When one talks about miracle foods that may help treat or manage cancer better, tomato is the top choice among experts with respect to stomach cancer. A study conducted in the year 2013 and published by the US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health concluded that consumption of large amounts of tomato products […]

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‘Cancer may strike due to bad luck, not lifestyle’

Researchers found a strong correlation between cancer incidence and normal cell divisions among 17 cancer type… Read More Why does cancer strike so me people and not others? New research shows that random changes or `mistakes’ in DNA when cells are dividing cause nearly two-third of all cancers in humans. These changes are neither caused […]

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Soon, A Simple Blood Test That Can Spot Cancer Early

Cancer is one of the most fearful and crippling health threats around the world. A group of researchers from Purdue University have identified a series of proteins in blood plasma that can help in the early detection of cancer. The new findings show that when this series of proteins are found to be elevated it may signify […]

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Craig Sager Dead: NBA Reporter Dies at 65 After Cancer Battle

Reporter, Craig Sager looks on before the game against the Oklahoma City Thunder during Game Seven of the Western Conference Finals during the 2016 NBA Playoffs on May 30, 2016 at ORACLE Arena in Oakland, California. Credit: Andrew Bernstein/NBAE via Getty Images Craig Sager, longtime Turner Sports NBA courtside reporter and announcer, has died at […]

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Sen. Bernie Sanders Removed Cancer From His Cheek

 Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders had a small basal cell carcinoma removed from his cheek on Thursday. The common type of skin cancer was removed by doctors early Thursday and the former contender for the Democratic presidential nomination was able to resume work later that afternoon. He even returned to his home state afterwards. While his […]

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Artist Offers Free Henna Crowns for Cancer Patients

Sarah Walters only had the doors to her henna studio, Sarahenna, in Bothell, Washington, open for a few months in 2010 when a request from her mother would change the course of her business. “My mom told me about a friend who was battling cancer and had lost hair so she asked me to do […]

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Union: Cathedral high school staff concerned about cancer

Cathedral Spectator file photo Cathedral High School. Hamilton Spectator By Natalie Paddon The union representing teachers at Cathedral High School is raising concerns about what they believe is a “disproportional amount” of staff there that have been diagnosed with cancer. The chair of the Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board says officials take this concern “very, […]

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TNT sports reporter Craig Sager dies after long battle with cancer at 65

Sports broadcaster Craig Sager has died after being diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia in 2014. (Dec. 15, 2016) Chuck SchilkenContact Reporter Popular sports broadcaster Craig Sager has died after a long battle with cancer, Turner Broadcasting President David Levy announced in a statement on Thursday. He was 65. “Craig Sager was a beloved member of […]

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