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Modified Polio Vaccine May Help Cure Cancer

Modified Polio Vaccine May Help Cure Cancer

A September 2017 article in Medical News Today reported that modified polio vaccine might help cure cancer. The two key investigators were Dr. Matthias Gromeier and Prof. Smita Nair from Duke University. Dr. Gromeier is a professor in the Department of Neurosurgery. Dr. Nair is an imm
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Higher Vitamin D3 Leads To Better Prostate Cancer Survival

Higher Vitamin D3 Leads To Better Prostate Cancer Survival

Higher vitamin D3 leads to better prostate cancer survival A study showed that higher vitamin D3 leads to better prostate cancer survival. The article appeared in the medical journal Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention. The Alpha-Tocopherol, Beta-Carotene Cancer Preventio
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Lycopenes Are Linked To Lower Mortality

Lycopenes Are Linked To Lower Mortality

Lycopenes are linked to lower mortality. Lycopenes are the red pigments of tomatoes. Researchers from Omaha, Nebraska found that it is the lycopenes in tomatoes and watermelons that lower mortality.  They analyzed data on 2499 participants from the National Health and Nutrition Examin
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Baldness And Prostate Cancer Mortality Related

Baldness And Prostate Cancer Mortality Related

A study from February 2016 by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health found this fact: baldness and prostate cancer mortality related. Other studies have linked prostate cancer and baldness. But this study is the first to notice that prostate cancer mortality and baldness
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Exercise Curbs Cancer

Exercise Curbs Cancer

A number of studies showed that exercise curbs cancer. When you exercise earlier in your life it prevents cancer from occurring later in life. Exercise is still useful, if you have developed cancer. Exercise makes your immune system stronger. This helps you to survive longer. Natural
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Western Diet Bad For Prostate Cancer

Western Diet Bad For Prostate Cancer

1. A study from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health followed 926 men aged 40 to 84 who were diagnosed with prostate cancer, but whose cancer had not yet spread. The patients were monitored for approximately 10 years. The diet of the patients was analyzed 5 years after the di
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Fiber Lowers Prostate Cancer Risk

French researchers published a study that involved 3313 men and lasted for 12.6 years on average. It involved the consumption of insoluble fiber; specifically, the quantity, source and type of fiber consumed was analyzed. The study started in 1994 and went on until 2007. 139 men devel
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Lycopene Prevents Prostate Cancer

Lycopene Prevents Prostate Cancer

The Journal of the National Cancer Institute published a report that lycopene prevents prostate cancer. Lycopenes belong to the carotenoids, which is a group of antioxidant plant chemicals. They are responsible for the red color of tomatoes and other red-pigmented foods. Regarding thi
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Increased Cancer survival with high vitamin D levels

Increased Cancer Survival With High Vitamin D Levels

Two studies showed increased cancer survival with high vitamin D levels. The first study comes from the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Shanghai by Hui Wang and colleagues (Ref.1) . They pooled results from 25 different studies and looked for vitamin D blood levels and death rates in 1
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