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Postmenopausal breast cancer survivors has a 30% lower likelihood of breast cancer mortality when they took a multivitamin with minerals, according to new research. That’s a big number, so while a confirmation study is needed, it’s a safe bet there’s a benefit to supplementing. Headlines seem to go back and forth on vitamin & mineral […]

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Teen girls who regularly ate peanut butter (or peanuts, or other nuts as fat) were 39% less likely to develop breast cancer later in life—that’s a big number! But don’t worry peanut allergy sufferers. There’s some less studied evidence that other legumes may have the same benefit. I want to add an addendum, however. The […]

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Did you know? There seems to be a strong association between sleep and cancer. Past studies have tied poor sleep to an increase risk of breast cancer, and a new study has made a similar association for prostate cancer. But never fear! There’s lots of things you can do to start getting better sleep tonight. […]

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From the PubMed site, an in vitro study from 2010: Colloidal silver had dose-dependent cytotoxic effect in MCF-7 breast cancer cells through induction of apoptosis … The present results showed that colloidal silver might be a potential alternative agent for human breast cancer therapy. Other studies looking at both breast cancer cells and colon cancer […]

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Liver cancer, breast cancer, and other cancers are all tied to alcohol, and although there’s a lot of information put out about cancer prevention, the risk of alcohol are rarely included. In most studies, drinking 3 or more alcoholic beverages a day is tied to a marked increase in cancer risk, but even half that […]

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