Archive for August, 2011

How to heal cancer

When one asks how to heal cancer? This is a big question and healing cancer is not as difficult as many perceive, but there is a problem or dilemma. The problem is one of a lack of correct information and a plethora of misinformation. The view of the questioner who asks “How to heal cancer” […]

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What is Skin Cancer and How to Be Aware

One of the most common cancers, if not the most common, is skin cancer. Past research has indicated that approximately one in six people will develop skin cancer. Hopefully this number will decrease as individuals become aware and educated in the techniques of preventing skin cancer. The main cause of skin cancer is too much […]

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Aberrant Signalling and Cancer

Extracellular growth factors are proteins that control mammalian cell proliferation and/or differentiation through the binding of receptors on cell surfaces to initiate a cascade of events. Many growth factors dictate the balance between proliferation and cell death within organs. For normal cells to remain viable, they require stimulation from growth factors. However, when cells become […]

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What Will Happen if I Have Multiple Breast Tumors?

A tumor in the breast should never be taken lightly. In fact, any kind of lump that you detect during a self-exam should be checked right away. But if you find one or even several lumps on your breasts, do not panic right away. Remember that not all tumors are cancerous but it’s always best […]

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Children of the Birth Defects at risk Brain Cancer And Spinal Tumor

Some children with certain birth defects are at increased risk or a mother who has a history of stillbirth usually have a high risk of brain cancer. The most common malignant cancer found in children is Rhabdomyosarcoma. Based on the research, 4,000 American children diagnosed of tumor central nervous system. The reason, partly because of […]

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10 Steps To Handle A Diagnosis of Thyroid Cancer

Dealing with a thyroid cancer or any other disease diagnosis has to be handled like we have to handle all other situations and events in our life. You need to have an objective. When diagnosed with thyroid cancer the main objective is very obvious. Get well!! Another objective would be to attain the best medical […]

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Tanning – Indoors Or Outdoors May Not Make A Difference

For quite some time now we, the general public, have been warned about the harmful effects of the sun’s rays and the ways in which they can not only destroy our skin but hurt us and even potentially give us skin cancers like melanoma. As an alternative years ago the tanning beds and parlors were […]

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