Pass It On: Links About Cancer 5/1/2015

  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 currently 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!

Natural Ways to Fight Cancer

Sanjay Mathur and his team, with funding from the University of Cologne and the EU Project Nanommune, wanted to see if the anti-cancer and anti-inflammatory properties touted of green tea might cause it to target the cells in need of repair. So they coated the iron oxide nanoparticles with green tea catechins. And Eureka! The coated nanoparticles directly targeted and clustered around the tumor cells, providing a clear distinction during the MRI. Read More

Cannabis can kill cancer cells and shrink one of the most serious types of brain tumors, new advice reveals. Read more

How Did a Hepatitis Virus Get Into Organic Berries – …you couldn’t tell the international origins from the front of the packaging labeled “Organic Antioxidant Blend,” with the bucolic image of Townsend Farms and its warm and fuzzy tag line: “Since 1906, Field to Farm to Family.”. Read More

In a case against Smucker for its Crisco product labeled “all natural” despite containing GMO ingredients, the judge rejected Smucker’s request to defer to FDA, noting how the agency “has declined” to define natural “because of its limited resources” and “other priorities.” Read More

The National Institute on Drug Abuse, a research institution run by the federal government, has grudgingly admitted that marijuana is capable of killing certain cancer cells. Read More

Medical Information

Oleocanthal is capable of killing a variety of human cancer cells in vitro while leaving healthy cells unharmed. While apoptosis requires between 16 and 24 hours, oleocanthal operated within 30 minutes to one hour. Read More

Pioneering new treatments for flu, ebola and cancer are being developed by scientists using man-made DNA. Experts have worked out how to create strands of artificial DNA, each mimicking a different killer disease, and inject them into patients. The idea is that the patients’ immune systems will then be able to recognize the threats and eliminate them. Read More

 In a breakthrough described as a ‘game-changer’ for cancer treatment, researchers at Imperial College found a previously unknown molecule which boosts the body’s ability to fight off chronic illnesses. Read More.

Researchers at the University of Georgia broke new ground in the fight cancer when they announced they’ve successfully used nanoparticles to target the mitochondria of breast cancer cells, which stops the cancer cell in its tracks. Now, researchers at the University of New South Wales in Australia (UNSW) have made the tiny robots a therapeutic and diagnostic tool, which can release drugs inside cancer cells and use flourescence imaging to see how widespread the cancer is within the body. Read More

General Information 

Dogs can sniff out prostate cancer with 98 per cent reliability, a new study has shown.The research, carried out in Milan, backs up tests carried out by the charity Medical Detection Dogs.Read more

These corporations like Pepsi-Cola and Coca-Cola and Monsanto and others poured 22 million dollars into fighting the GMO labeling battle. How does that make you feel that the profits that they are earning from the organic brands they now own are being used to fight our access to information? Read More

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  1. The British Charity The Net Patient Foundation has a number of good informative leaflets and links to documents etc on line. Most stuff is avalable as free pdf down load. Has info on various treatments. Although this is uk site our problems are international. Christine

    • I will put it in my links section under resources. I am trying to build up a huge links section with resources and personal blogs. I really want to get a list of everybody’s personal blogs and make a huge list of those. Like a carcinoid / NET phone book. 🙂

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