CAT | Cancer
Outdoors all day without your sunscreen?
Fell asleep in the noonday sun?
You think there’s nothing you can do about it except hope the burn doesn’t touch off the process of skin cancer development, right? Think again. (more…)
Q. I am almost finished with six months of chemotherapy for breast cancer. I had a breast removed and one lymph node involved. I want to know what herbs and vitamins I should take to boost my system and prevent recurrence. I have a reflux problem that I hope will go away after my last chemo treatment, but I want to start right away trying to build my system to be better than it was. Does any herb or vitamin really help after breast cancer? All of my doctors don’t really think so. (more…)
“These are both solid studies, that accomplished the same thing from somewhat different angles. That’s what’s really exciting about a finding like this. We have two different approaches to the same problem.” –Michael Dean, National Cancer Institute Two research teams trying to isolate the gene responsible for basal cell carcinoma, the most common form of skin cancer, came to the same conclusion at the same time, though not via the same route.
A horrifying moment of truth deeply affects a loving daughter. Read how example affected her. Follow her subsequent soul-searching, and her conclusions.