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This Experimental Prostate Cancer Treatment Is Shrinking Tumors - Men's Health

Wed, 2017-04-26 15:04

Men's Health

This Experimental Prostate Cancer Treatment Is Shrinking Tumors
Men's Health
In a study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, men who ate more than two servings of tomato sauce a week had a lower risk of prostate cancer than guys who ate less than a serving per month. Certain compounds in cooked tomatoes may shield DNA ...

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Coping with cancer through food: Tips for patients and caregivers - The Desert Sun

Wed, 2017-04-26 10:36

The Desert Sun

Coping with cancer through food: Tips for patients and caregivers
The Desert Sun
Since January, Dalton has led monthly nutrition classes for cancer patients and their caregivers at Gilda's Club Desert Cities in Palm Desert. A recent session focused on managing side effects of treatment, like weight loss, nausea and constipation ...

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Italian-style coffee may reduce risk of prostate cancer - UPI.com

Wed, 2017-04-26 08:15

UPI.com

Italian-style coffee may reduce risk of prostate cancer
UPI.com
Researchers used the European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition-Food Frequency Questionnaire to assess the dietary habits of participants. "By analyzing their coffee consumption habits and comparing them with prostate cancer cases ...
Italian-Style Coffee Consumption May Reduce Prostate Cancer RiskMonthly Prescribing Reference (registration)

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A 'rainbow diet' to prevent, treat cervical cancer - Jamaica Gleaner

Tue, 2017-04-25 23:03

Jamaica Gleaner

A 'rainbow diet' to prevent, treat cervical cancer
Jamaica Gleaner
Nutrition is important to prevent cervical cancer, during the treatment of this cancer, and after recovery from cervical cancer. A diet low in fruits and vegetables increases the risk for cervical cancer. Prevention involves eating a diet based on a ...

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Sarasota cancer survivor pays it forward, with blanket warmers for patients - Sarasota Herald-Tribune

Tue, 2017-04-25 15:21

Sarasota Herald-Tribune

Sarasota cancer survivor pays it forward, with blanket warmers for patients
Sarasota Herald-Tribune
Patients undergoing chemotherapy at Lakewood Ranch's office of Florida Cancer Specialists now have warm blankets thanks to Dave and Bobbi Norris. They plan to raise ... “My body was eating itself, from a nutrition point of view,” Dave Norris said. “But ...

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Healthy food on a budget makes cents - Newcastle Herald

Tue, 2017-04-25 15:07

Newcastle Herald

Healthy food on a budget makes cents
Newcastle Herald
A FREE nutrition program in the Hunter will try to bust myths about the cost of fruit and vegetables to encourage families to eat more to beat cancer. Cancer Council NSW is recruiting parents for free 90-minute Fruit & Veg Sense workshops across the ...

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Cancer Fair 2017: Eat, Pray - Sun.Star

Tue, 2017-04-25 09:12

Sun.Star

Cancer Fair 2017: Eat, Pray
Sun.Star
Cancer survivors and family members hailing from different parts of Mindanao were present during the occasion, which showcased pocket events, and lectures delving into cancer nutrition and on cancer screening, the event also featured fashion show of ...

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FDA Takes Action Against Fraudulent Cancer Products - FDA.gov (blog)

Tue, 2017-04-25 09:01

FDA.gov (blog)

FDA Takes Action Against Fraudulent Cancer Products
FDA.gov (blog)
Recently the Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition and the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research teamed up with ORA to search the Internet and social media for bogus products that falsely claim to diagnose, treat or cure cancer, a violation of ...
FDA Warns Marketers of Supplements and Other Products—Stop Making Cancer ClaimsNatural Products INSIDER (blog)
Health Fraud > Illegally Sold Cancer Treatments - FDAFDA
FDA takes action against 14 companies for selling illegal cancer treatmentsFDA.gov
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Vitamin C Kills Stem Cells That Fuel Cancer Growth - Newsmax

Mon, 2017-04-24 13:23

Newsmax

Vitamin C Kills Stem Cells That Fuel Cancer Growth
Newsmax
A study published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that men with the lowest blood levels of vitamin C had a 62 percent higher risk of cancer-related death after a 12 to 16 year period, compared to those with the highest vitamin C levels.

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Cancer-Causing Toxin Turns Up In Sunflower Seeds - ValueWalk

Mon, 2017-04-24 12:45

ValueWalk

Cancer-Causing Toxin Turns Up In Sunflower Seeds
ValueWalk
... the research to detect and limit its presence in sunflower seeds and their products could help save lives and reduce liver disease in areas where people eat sunflowers and their byproducts, says coauthor Gale Strasburg, a food science and human ...

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CTCA Adds Medical Oncologist/Hemotologist, Promotes Medical Director - Greater Tulsa Reporter Newspapers

Mon, 2017-04-24 12:40

Greater Tulsa Reporter Newspapers

CTCA Adds Medical Oncologist/Hemotologist, Promotes Medical Director
Greater Tulsa Reporter Newspapers
With a bachelor of science degree in clinical nutrition with an emphasis in nutrition in cancer patients from the University of Texas Health Science Center at Dallas, Dr. Arrambide received her doctor of medicine at the University of Texas Southwestern ...

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Early puberty raises your cancer risk - Daily Mail

Mon, 2017-04-24 09:00

Daily Mail

Early puberty raises your cancer risk
Daily Mail
He said: 'From a public health point of view, we aim to develop future guidance to prevent children from entering puberty early with better nutrition and exercise. 'The body appears to go through this transition when it believes it has enough of an ...

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Eating for your genes - Baltimore Sun - Baltimore Sun

Sun, 2017-04-23 20:46

Eating for your genes - Baltimore Sun
Baltimore Sun
A nutritionist from University of Maryland Medical System regularly provides a post to the Picture of Health blog. The latest post is from dietetic intern.

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Program RENEWs cancer survivors - Lynchburg News and Advance

Sat, 2017-04-22 23:34

Program RENEWs cancer survivors
Lynchburg News and Advance
In 2016, the STAR program served 580 cancer survivors throughout Central Virginia in 10 locations, including five in Lynchburg and one each in Bedford, Gretna, Farmville, Keysville and Danville. Campbell ... Good nutrition is critical to the healing ...

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Cancer prevention starts with you - Lynchburg News and Advance

Sat, 2017-04-22 22:49

Gulf Times

Cancer prevention starts with you
Lynchburg News and Advance
The World Cancer Research Fund estimates 20 percent of all cancers diagnosed in the U.S. are the result of excess body weight, physical inactivity, excess alcohol consumption and poor nutrition. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says the ...
HMC joins initiative to raise head and neck cancer awarenessGulf Times

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HMC joins initiative to raise head and neck cancer awareness - Gulf Times

Sat, 2017-04-22 12:50

Gulf Times

HMC joins initiative to raise head and neck cancer awareness
Gulf Times
According to the National Qatar Cancer Registry at the Ministry of Public Health, in 2015 head and neck cancers accounted for approximately 4% of overall malignant cancers in Qatar. Of these cases, more than 60% were diagnosed as late-stage cancers.

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Pink Ribbon Run will raise funds for local breast cancer patients - KXLY Spokane

Sat, 2017-04-22 01:12

KXLY Spokane

Pink Ribbon Run will raise funds for local breast cancer patients
KXLY Spokane
All the money raised from the pink ribbon run will stay in our local community to help local clinics help women pay for treatment, nutrition services, transportation and other needs. The pink ribbon run starts Sunday at 9 a.m. in downtown Spokane. To ...

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Cancer-causing toxin turns up in sunflower seeds - Futurity: Research News

Fri, 2017-04-21 13:16

News-Medical.net

Cancer-causing toxin turns up in sunflower seeds
Futurity: Research News
... in sunflower seeds and their products could help save lives and reduce liver disease in areas where people eat sunflowers and their byproducts, says coauthor Gale Strasburg, a food science and human nutrition professor at Michigan State University.
Sunflower seeds found as source of toxic mold, potent liver carcinogenWZZM

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Links Between Healthy Diet And Preventing Cancer Recurrence ... - Huffington Post

Fri, 2017-04-21 12:21

Huffington Post

Links Between Healthy Diet And Preventing Cancer Recurrence ...
Huffington Post
After kicking cancer, you might worry it will return. That's understandable. Cancer survivors are at significantly higher risk for cancer recurrence and ...

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Taking Control of Nutrition After a Cancer Diagnosis - Cure Today - Curetoday.com

Fri, 2017-04-21 09:36

Curetoday.com

Taking Control of Nutrition After a Cancer Diagnosis - Cure Today
Curetoday.com
Resources are available to help patients with cancer better manage nutrition.

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