(Natural News) A report in the British Medical Journal illustrates how a woman has beaten blood cancer with the help of turmeric…
Four years after her initial diagnosis, she took matters into her own hands and started taking a daily dose of curcumin, the key component of turmeric. She took eight grams every evening on an empty stomach.
Since then, her cancer has stabilized and her blood counts have returned to normal. She has also enjoyed a good quality of life.
Breastfeeding reduces a woman’s risk of breast cancer, a new report reveals.
For every five months a woman breastfeeds, her risk of developing breast cancer is lowered by two percent, a study review found.
The common cold virus could have the power to destroy tumours in cancer patients, scientists suspect.
Doctors are to trial the revolutionary treatment by injecting certain sufferers with a laboratory-grown strain of the flu.
Initial tests have already shown the ‘game-changing’ technique to shatter tumours in mice and on a small group of humans.
A compound [Avobenzone] used in the protective lotions turns toxic when it reacts with chlorine and ultraviolet rays, researchers found…
Aldehydes, phenols and chlorinated acetyl benzenes were created in experiments simulating swimmers wearing sunscreen.
The latter two are considered extremely toxic and are strongly linked to deadly tumours and infertility, Lomonosov Moscow State University experts say.
A new study suggests birth control pills could have more dangerous side effects than previously thought.
A research team at University of Michigan set out to analyze how much the oral contraception affects hormone levels in women, since certain hormones increase breast cancer risk.
Vitamin C and antibiotics could be up to 100 times more effective at killing cancer cells than standard-of-care drugs, new research reveals.
Giving an antibiotic [doxycycline] followed by vitamin C effectively starves cancer cells of their ‘fuel’, resulting in their death in the lab, a study found.
(Natural News) Concerns about the link between the aluminum salts used in deodorant and breast cancer have hit a fever pitch in Switzerland, where a new bill was passed on May 5 that could ban the ingredient entirely. It will also fund further research into the role aluminum salts play in breast cancer. The bill won approval with a vote of 126 to 58.