Which cancer patients belong to risk group?

Which cancer patients belong to risk group? The novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 has only been known since the beginning of 2020. Therefore, many questions regarding cancer and corona have not yet been finally clarified. In addition, the individual situations in which cancer patients find themselves can differ significantly. In general, the following Continue Reading

What else do cancer patients need to know about COVID-19?

What else do cancer patients need to know about COVID-19? Doctors are still learning about the possible risks of COVID-19 infection for cancer patients. But they do have a lot of information regarding the risk of infections in general for cancer patients. Cancer patients Avoiding being exposed to the virus Continue Reading

Novel protein drives cancer progression

Cancers arise when the genetic code of normal cells is altered, causing excessive growth. Researchers from the Cancer Science Institute of Singapore (CSI Singapore) at the National University of Singapore (NUS) have discovered a protein that drives the growth of cancers of the esophagus or liver by altering the genetic Continue Reading

Grape extracts may protect against colon cancer

Grape extracts may protect against colon cancer Grape extracts may protect against colon cancer, Resveratrol, which is naturally found in grapes, taken together with grape seed extract may suppress colon cancer stem cells. Colon cancer is a very common form of cancer, affecting tens of thousands of people across the United Continue Reading

A Plant-Based Eating Pattern

Emphasis on whole foods of plant origin can promote health, provide key nutrients, and support maintenance of a healthy weight. Institutions like the World Cancer Research Fund recommend limiting red meat intake (i.e. beef, lamb, and pork) and avoiding processed meat  for more details about healthy eating tips. Cancer and Continue Reading

How often is breast cancer?

How often is breast cancer? How often is breast cancer? Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women in all countries of the industrialized world. Since the 1980s, the number of cases has doubled. Approximately 70,000 times a year, doctors currently diagnose “breast cancer” in a woman, more than 17,000 Continue Reading

Experimental cancer drug shows promise

Experimental cancer drug shows promise Experimental cancer drug shows promise, A collaboration between Saïd M. Sebti, Ph.D., chair of Moffitt Cancer Center’s Drug Discovery Department, and Michele Pagano, M.D., chair of the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Pharmacology at New York University’s Langone Medical Center, led to the publication of Continue Reading

Cancer Deaths Are Down Nearly 30%: Here’s Why

Cancer Deaths Are Down Nearly 30%: Here’s Why Over the past 26 years, the overall cancer death rate in the United States has fallen significantly, driven by improvements for four major cancers, including lung cancer. The largest single drop ever was reported in 2017 with a 2.2 percent decline. Falling Continue Reading