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Yoga can re-energise women who have battled breast cancer within just three months, cutting down fatigue in cancer survivors by more than half.
Folic acid supplements at levels consumed by breast cancer patients and survivors in North America promoted the growth of existing breast cancer in rats, new research found.
Studies carried out over the past two decades in the US, Canada and Malaysia have shown that Vitamin E tocotrienols are “very effective” in putting cancer under control.
Aussie Geoff Wilson applauded for his epic fundraising feat on a pink sled modelled on his wife’s breasts
The number of people diagnosed with cancer in the UK each year has hit more than 330,000 for the first time, but research has led to more people surviving the disease.
People in Scotland with a particular kind of breast cancer are set to benefit from quicker drug treatment, having it as an injection rather than via a drip.
Greater risk mainly owing to choices such as alcohol consumption as well as lower breastfeeding and birth rates
Being overweight can increase the risk of breast cancer recurrence so a proper diet that could lower the estrogen levels is important.
One can prevent one-third (1/3) of most common cancer by eating smart and moving more. Add these six steps to prevent and reduce your lifetime cancer risk.
Take a look at the following infographic where 1 in every 3 cancer cases detected in the United States are of breast cancer.