Pass It On: Links About Cancer 4/1/2014

Pass It On: Links About Cancer

This post is part of a section on my blog called “Pass It On”. It’s a collection of links that I am not blogging about but only passing on to you for your reference. I’ll post into this section about once a month. If you find something interesting then….pass it on!

Things To Watch Out For

New Harvard Study Says Chemicals Cause Neurobehavioral Effects. This is a study regarding the damage chemicals are causing to our body. I included it because it looks like it might have some bearing on carcinoid cancer and neuroendocrine Cancer pantients –Read More

This article kind of blows the whistle on some of the detox claims the “health industry” promotes. Of course, take it with a grain of salt because everyone, in my opinion, has a bias. So, decide for yourself what works for you. Personally, I juice but only certain veggies. Read More

 Natural Ways to Fight Cancer

Black Raspberry Extract and Fractions Contain Angiogenesis Inhibitors. Angiogenesis is when the tumors create new veins to feed themselves. It is said that black raspberry extract inhibits that. Here’s a pdf all about it. I will be blogging about this in the future. – Read More

Oregon’s Youngest Medical Cannabis Patient Is Now Cancer Free. I will circle back and blog on medical cannabis in the future.  – Read More

Aloe Vera is an anti-tumor herb – Read More
See how chemo drugs actually cause more cancer than they preventNote, I’m on chemoRead More

Onion extracts have now been shown to halt colon cancer just as effectively as chemo drugsRead More

General Information

Proof Harmful Dyes Are No Longer NeededRead More
Archeologists Discover Oldest Example of Cancer in Man Read More
The dawning of the age of genomic medicine  – Read More
Here’s a new carcinoid website I’ve found. Tell me what you think. – Read More
Rare Interview of Amish Family Ordered Into ChemotherapyRead More

A research team led by the group of Professor Yasuhiro Yamada, Center for iPS Cell Research and Application (CiRA), Kyoto University, has discovered that when cells are subjected to incomplete reprogramming in vivo, epigenetic modifications take place which promote carcinogenesis.  Read More

To your health,

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