Most men are nervous enough about getting a vasectomy. And for three decades, conflicting studies haven’t made them feel any better.
Some researchers warned that the birth control procedure increases chances of prostate cancer.1
Scientists at the famed Mayo Clinic recently set out to settle the controversy. They just completed a large review of the past 30 years of vasectomy studies to determine if cancer fears are justified.… Read More
One out of every eight American women will get breast cancer at some point in their lives. This year over 300,000 new cases will be diagnosed and over 40,000 women will die from it. Lung cancer is the only type of cancer that kills more women in the U.S.1
Genetics clearly play a role in who gets breast cancer. But studies show that what you eat also has an effect.… Read More
For the last decade, scientists have warned us that cellphones are linked to brain cancer.
But the mobile industry has fought back, saying the research is inadequate and inconclusive.1
Now, Sen. John McCain, whose job demanded long hours of cellphone use, has been diagnosed with glioblastoma. It’s the deadliest form of brain cancer. Only about 30% of patients survive longer than two years after diagnosis.… Read More
A new study has discovered three natural food compounds that starve cancer cells.
Scientists from the University of Texas did something called a “high-throughput screening” of dozens of plant-based substances with cancer-fighting potential. This is a method that uses computer simulations to predict how compounds will affect cancer cells.1
Out of 142 substances, three showed the most promise: ursolic acid, curcumin, and resveratrol.… Read More