Posted Tue, 2012/12/25 - 01:58 by Fred LeeResearchers are finding that the workplace environment may expose workers to an increased risk for breast cancer.
Posted Thu, 2012/11/15 - 01:39 by Fred LeePan frying meat can raise the temperature high enough so that carcinogens are created that may increase a person's risk for prostate cancer.
Posted Mon, 2012/07/30 - 22:12 by Fred LeeA compound in a resin found in honeybee hives has been shown to arrest the growth of prostate cancer cells.
Posted Thu, 2011/12/01 - 00:33 by Fred LeeHaving excessive belly fat can lead to numerous chronic health problems, including the development of ovarian cancer in women.
Posted Tue, 2011/11/08 - 02:12 by Fred LeeRegular intake of aspirin may help to reduce the incidence of hereditary cancer, especially in the colon and bowel.
Posted Sat, 2011/02/05 - 21:00 by Fred LeeSap from a common weed has been shown to help reduce and even eliminate some forms of non-melanoma skin cancer.
Posted Wed, 2011/01/05 - 06:16 by Fred LeePomegranate juice has been found to inhibit metastasis of cancer cells in culture and may open up future therapy options for patients.
Posted Thu, 2010/12/30 - 21:00 by Fred LeeCompounds in soy are believed to protect people from both breast and prostate cancer.
Posted Sat, 2010/10/23 - 21:00 by Fred LeeThe active compound in turmeric has been found to enhance the effectiveness of chemotherapy to combat head and neck cancer in animal models.
Posted Thu, 2010/10/14 - 20:50 by Fred LeeEmbracing certain healthy lifestyle choices may help prevent breast cancer even when a person has a family history for the condition.