Little Pills Can Repel Breast Cancer Beast
July 10, 2014 · Comments Off on Little Pills Can Repel Breast Cancer Beast
By Todd Neff It’s known best as a long-term treatment for breast-cancer survivors. But it’s...
New marker of drug response may speed pace of lung cancer prevention trials
January 8, 2013 · Comments Off on New marker of drug response may speed pace of lung cancer prevention trials
Testing medicines to prevent lung cancer requires treating many thousands of high-risk individuals and then waiting 5, 10 or 15 years for results. A possible waypoint on the way to benefit may dramatically speed testing.
How chronic obstructive pulmonary disease increases risk of lung cancer
July 24, 2012 · Comments Off on How chronic obstructive pulmonary disease increases risk of lung cancer
In addition to the well-known risk factor of smoking, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) increases lung cancer risk.
Milk thistle shows promise for prevention of colorectal cancer in new CU Cancer Center study
October 1, 2010 · Comments Off on Milk thistle shows promise for prevention of colorectal cancer in new CU Cancer Center study
Silibinin (a milk thistle extract active agent)decreased the growth of colon tumors in mice when...
Dietary supplements shown to increase cancer risk
October 1, 2010
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