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Does Leading A Healthy Lifestyle Really Prevent Cancer?

Does leading a healthy lifestyle really prevent cancer?originally appeared on Quora: the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world. Answer by Adriana Heguy, molecular biologist, genomics researcher, on Quora: If you understand cancer prevention as taking measures to reduce the risk of developing cancer, then yes, …

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Consuming red meat may increase cancer risk

LONDON: Before buying red meat from market, you may want take a complete look at the entire animal, as a study recently warns that consuming processed meat may increase the risk of developing cancer. Cancer Research UK has acknowledged a correlation between processed and red meats and the deadly disease. …

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Teacher donates first salary to cancer hub

Hailakandi: A primary school teacher of Barak Valley has donated her first month’s salary to Cachar Cancer Hospital and Research Centre in Silchar. Sumina Akhtar Khan, a resident of Kalain in Cachar district, lost her father Ataur Rahman Khan to cancer. When she cleared the teachers’ eligibility test (TET) and got …

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Chemotherapy-Free Cancer Treatments Move Closer To Reality

CAR T-cells first hit the headlines in 2012 after saving the life of a young girl in Philadelphia, Emily Whitehead, who was running out of options to treat her aggressive, relapsed leukemia. Doctors removed some of her T-cells, genetically modified them to attack a protein called CD19 on her leukemia cells and injected …

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Birth Control Pills Protect Against Cancer, Too

among women who use hormone-based birth control methods, many women were left wondering: How significant is the risk, and what are the alternatives? The answer will be different for each woman and will depend on such factors as her age and general healthand her other risks for breast cancer. But …

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Soya milk, broccoli may cut side effects of breast cancer treatment

How an antioxidant-rich diet can help you stay away from breast cancerNEW YORK: Consuming soya foods such as soya milk and tofu and cruciferous vegetables such as cabbages, kale and broccoli may help reduce common side effects of treatment in breast cancer survivors, researchers say.  Treatments designed to prevent breast cancer recurrence often inhibit the body’s production or …

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