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Apr2017
  Often a patient will come into our office after chemotherapy treatments. One of the first things they will say is "I wish they told me about these side effects so I could be prepared." One side effect is ... Read More

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Apr2017
  There are many studies that link eating certain foods with lowering the risk of recurrence in cancer survivors and improving quality of life during conventional treatments. Here are more recent findings: Doctors in the United Kingdom's University Hospitals Bristol ... Read More

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Mar2017
Here is a summary of the latest research: Breast Cancer Radiotherapy for breast cancer may expose the heart and vessels to late radiation-induced complications. Although recent technical progress in radiation therapy has been associated with drastic reduction in cardiovascular  mortality, the ... Read More

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Mar2017
  Doctors in Spain have published a new study (March 2017) in which vitamin D's protective role against cancer is examined. The Spanish researchers looked at vitamin D's influence in the early and late stages of cancer development. They found ... Read More

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Feb2017
10 // New research is providing the science that doctors are looking ... Read More

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Feb2017

How diet kills cancer cells

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Article summary: Nutritional and complementary medicine strategies against cancer, as explained by the doctors of the Magaziner Center for Wellness. Recent research suggests that cancer cells are "stressed out" and that during these times of "stress" diet may be an effective ... Read More

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Feb2017

Probiotics in war on cancer

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// In new research, doctors writing in the medical journal Critical ... Read More

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Jan2017
Let's discuss new research in the medical journal Breast from doctors at Royal Marsden Hospital UK and Uppsala University Hospital in Sweden. "Breast surgery remains the original and most effective 'targeted' therapy: excision of early cancer is curative and for more advanced disease surgery improves local disease control.... Read More

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Jan2017
Here is new and alarming findings from Georgia State University: "The increased risks conferred by inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) to the development of colorectal cancer gave rise to the term "colitis-associated cancer" and the concept that inflammation promotes colon ... Read More

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Jan2017
A new study from researchers at the University of Michigan say the overall rate of men receiving treatment for prostate cancer declined 42 percent. This because national guidelines now recommend against routine prostate cancer screening. The decline reflects ... Read More

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