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Cancer rate rise linked to lifestyle choices • Jun 23, 2014

There has been a rise in rates of lifestyle-linked cancers in England.   Liver  cancer  rose substantially over the past decade - by 70 per cent among men and 60 per cent among women between 2003 and 2012. It now stands as the 18th most common form of cancer in the country, according to new figures by the Office for National Statistics (ONS). See Full Article »

CNN Men more likely to die of cancer • Aug 9, 2012

A July, 2011 article detailing why men are more likely than women to get and die of cancer. See Full Article »

USPSTF New Prostate Cancer Screening Recommendations • May 21, 2012

The United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) has issued new recommendations against prostate cancer screening. The USPSTF now recommends that regardless of age, men without symptoms should not routinely have the prostate-specific antigen (PSA) blood test to screen for prostate cancer. See Full Article »

The Anti-Ovarian Cancer Diet • Sep 18, 2011

This article recently published by William W. Li, MD (President of The Angiogenesis Foundation), and available via the Dr. Oz Show web site substantiates further the effectiveness of the APJohn CAAT protocol. See Full Article »

Long-Term Use of Acetaminophen Can Increase a Person's Risk of Developing Blood Cancer • May 16, 2011

A new study from the University of Washington (UW) provides even more evidence that taking over-the-counter painkillers can kill you.   See Full Article »

Strawberries Prevent Esophageal Cancer • Apr 7, 2011

In the fight against cancer, we are always on the hunt for foods we can incorporate into our diets that will protect us.   See Full Article »
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