December 11, 2012
Life Extension
Vitamin D: ‘Surprise’ Prognostic Marker in Breast Cancer
From Medscape News Today – Kate Johnson Dec 10, 2012 SAN ANTONIO, Texas — Breast cancer patients with insufficient vitamin D levels have a worse prognosis after standard treatment plus [...]
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Vitamin D status at breast cancer diagnosis: Correlation with tumor characteristics?
Posted on July 17, 2012 by Brindusa Vanta, MD(EU) A new study confirms that healthy blood levels of vitamin D are important in women diagnosed with breast cancer and it [...]
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Key gene found responsible for chronic inflammation, accelerated aging and cancer
Published: Friday, May 25, 2012 – 07:38 in Health & Medicine Researchers at NYU School of Medicine have, for the first time, identified a single gene that simultaneously controls inflammation, [...]
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Cancer Cells Use Fructose to Grow: Don’t Blame Us, Says Corn Lobby – HealthPop –…
(CBS) Afraid of fructose? You may have good reason to be, as an alarming new study shows that the popular sweetener can fuel the growth of cancer. The study, conducted [...]
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Improving outcome of chemotherapy of metastatic breast cancer by use of DHA
Improving outcome of chemotherapy of metastatic breast cancer by docosahexaenoic acid: a phase II trial P Bougnoux1,2, N Hajjaji1,2, M N Ferrasson1,2, B Giraudeau3, C Couet1,4 and O Le Floch1,2 [...]
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Study Confirms Relationship Between Low Vitamin D Levels and Increased Risk of Colorectal Cancer
Researchers from several European medical centers affiliated with the EPCI study have reported that low vitamin D levels are associated with an increased risk of colorectal cancer. The details of [...]
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Vitamin D May Lower Colon Cancer Risk
Kelli Miller Stacy – January 25, 2010 Soaking in more sunlight and drinking more dairy may help you ward off colon cancer. Researchers in Europe have found that people with [...]
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Study links soda drinks to Pancreatic Cancer
Mon Feb 8, 2010 12:00am EST WASHINGTON, Feb 8 (Reuters) – People who drink two or more sweetened soft drinks a week have a much higher risk of pancreatic cancer, [...]
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