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Compounds in the Wild Tomatillo Weed May Combat Cancer
Three University of Kansas (KU) scientists have discovered the wild tomatillo, a weed native to North America and common throughout the Great Plains region, has cancer-fighting pot...
Taking Aspirin Daily May Reduce Cancer Risk, Prevent its Spread
A daily dose of one aspirin may prevent cancer and potentially help treat it or reduce its likelihood of spreading, according to a recent series of studies in the United Kingdom pu...
Red Meat Linked to Cardiovascular Disease, Cancer and Early Death
Eating both processed and unprocessed red meat is linked to premature death, according to a recent Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) study, published online in the Archives of...
Can Drinking Soda Give You Cancer?
Yesterday, the U.S...
Lowering Cancer Rates Among American Indians Requires Better Education, Screening and Facilities
Cancer is often preventable and survivable, but not if you ignore it. “We have to take cancer on like any other enemy. If you confront it you can beat it,” says Dr...
The Snowbowl Scheme Seems Absurd; it Just Might Be Carcinogenically Serious
There is a famous bit in Monty Python and the Holy Grail where the King of Swamp Castle describes his struggle to build his large medieval edifice...
Cancer-Riddled Wind River Reservation Fights EPA Over Uranium Contamination
Kenny Slattery has lived on the Wind River Reservation for 51 years, and just across the street from the old Susquehanna-Western uranium mill tailings pile for that entire period o...
Eating Well During Cancer Treatment
Eating well is important for everyone, but it’s essential if you have cancer, an affliction that knows no borders and does not discriminate...
Circle of Life: New Cancer Education for American Indians
Charlotte Hofer, American Cancer Society
Nine Tribes attended the “Train the Trainer” session in Aberdeen, South Dakota We may not like to talk about it, but cancer affects all of us...
Drug to Treat Diabetes May Also Reduce Risk of Cancer
A new Michigan State University (MSU) study reveals an inexpensive Type-2 diabetes drug may prevent natural and man-made chemicals from stimulating the growth of breast cancer cell...
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