Tag: Cancer

Telomeres & Ageing

More Info: http://DiscoverProductB.com Certain lifestyle factors such as smoking, obesity, lack of exercise, and consumption of unhealthy diet can increase the pace of telomere shortening, leading to illness and/or premature death. Accelerated  telomere shortening is associated with early onset of

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Burzynski The Movie – Cancer Is Serious Business

Burzynski documentary reveals true agenda of FDA and cancer industry to destroy cancer cures that really work Burzynski, the Movie is the story of a medical doctor and Ph.D biochemist named Dr. Stanislaw Burzynski who won the largest, and possibly

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Cell Phones and Brain Cancer – The Interphone Study

Interphone Witnesses testified about research into cell phone use and its potential impact on human health, as well as the potential side effects such as brain cancer and salivary gland tumors. Source: Dr Magda Havas PhD Most people are not

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Study shows how radiation causes breast cancer

Source: NaturalNews It’s well-established that exposure to ionizing radiation can trigger mutations and other genetic damage and cause normal cells to become malignant. So it seems amazing how mainstream medicine frequently dismisses the idea that medical imaging tests from mammograms

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The President’s Cancer Panel

Last month, something remarkable occurred. A US government panel stood up and pointed out the link between environmental toxins and cancer. Wow… what were they thinking? (smirk & tongue firmly in cheek) I have been saying this for years. How

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Breast cancer breakthrough: broccoli component zaps cells that fuel tumor growth

(Reprinted from NaturalNews) University of Michigan (U-M) Comprehensive Cancer Center scientists say they’ve found a compound that could help prevent and potentially treat breast cancer. It’s not a drug or a new radiation treatment but a natural component of broccoli

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Breast cancer deaths lower in areas without mammograms

A 2005 study concluded that a push in Denmark to screen large numbers of women for breast cancer with mammography had reduced breast cancer deaths in Copenhagen by a whopping 25 percent. Sounds like proof that regular mammograms are truly

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