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Death rates far higher for ‘alternative’ cancer cures — study

PARIS, France (AFP) — People who choose alternative cures for common cancers are up to five times more likely to die compared to those opting for standard treatments, the lead scientist of a new study told AFP Friday. The risk […]

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Suspected Air Quality Hazard on Commercial Aircraft Confirmed In Latest Research

Flying could be hazardous to your health in more ways than one, according to the findings of a new study of more than 200 aircrew, which show links

Breast Milk May Cure Cancer, Scientists Say

STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Thursday May 18, 2017 – The accidental discovery of the effects of a compound found in breast milk could mean a more effective and targeted way

Sickle-cell disease: How can I care?

Research has shown that for some patients with sickle-cell disease (SCD), the stigma they face is more troubling than the disease itself. In fact, teenagers with SCD are more

Bajan nears cure for breast cancer

A LEADING BARBADIAN scientist and her team of researchers in Canada are unearthing vital answers to a medical mystery that surrounds a deadly form of breast cancer that’s

Study links Ibuprofen to heart problems

Taking ibuprofen to ease a headache may seem like no big deal, but Danish researchers caution against overdoing it. A study in the European Heart Journal suggests that

Chili pepper compound can stop breast cancer, study finds

Research has identified different subtypes of breast cancer that respond to varying treatment types. Of these, the so-called triple-negative breast cancer is particularly aggressive and difficult to treat.

Life Expectancy In U.S. Drops For First Time In Decades, Report Finds

One of the fundamental ways scientists measure the well-being of a nation is tracking the rate at which its citizens die and how long they can be expected

Prostate Cancer: Considering Early Stage Options

A new study of men with early-stage prostate cancer finds that surgery and radiation can be equally reasonable options for treatment. But the report published in the New England

MIAMI CANCER INSTITUTE EXPANDS ITS CANCER PATIENT SUPPORT CENTER AND SYMPTOM MANAGEMENT & PALLIATIVE MEDICINE SERVICE

Miami Cancer Institute at Baptist Health South Florida has expanded two of its signature cancer care departments, with the additions of psychosomatic psychiatrists Sylvia Fernandez, M.D., Geetha Nampiaparampil,

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