The I-Drug May Be Coming into Your Life Soon in Another Capacity

Ivermectin has taken a lot of heat over the past two years because no clinical trials proved that it is effective in treating COVID-19. I know a few people who never take Ivermectin because it is an animal drug. Yet … Continue reading

Colon and Prostate Cancer Detected with Blood and Saliva Samples

Typically, a needle biopsy of the prostate gland is needed to determine if a man has prostate cancer. Additionally, a colonoscopy helps to confirm the presence of colon cancer. Researchers in Egypt were successful in confirming cancers using blood and … Continue reading

Is There a Link Between Cancer and Heart Failure?

It seems we get more diseases as we grow older. It might start with high blood pressure. Then, maybe diabetes. A heart condition might develop after that. Then, the Big C may appear. Is there a link between these diseases? … Continue reading

A Routine Blood Test May be the Future for Most Cancer Detection

I have had an annual physical every year since 1968 – 31 of them were military aviation physicals. I believe they are valuable to your future health. Scans using computerized tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and positron emission tomography … Continue reading

Omega-3 Fatty Acid Stops Cancer Cells from Growing in Laboratory Animals

Cancer permeates our lives. It seems if we live long enough, we will probably get some form of cancer. Researchers have been investigating dietary interventions to fight cancer – nutrients that restrict cancer cells from having a long and prosperous … Continue reading

Can You Accelerate or Brake Cancer Growth?

Our genes control our lives and health. Our lifestyle choices affect our DNA by turning genes off or on but not changing the DNA sequence. Epigenetics is a term applied to genetic changes that are reversible. Tumor Suppressor Genes https://www.verywellhealth.com/what-are-tumor-suppressor-genes-2249209 … Continue reading

Is Turning Off the Key to Cancer as Easy as This?

Cancer can be devastating, especially when not detected early. I believe everyone knows someone who had cancer and died from it. My wife had breast cancer several years ago. It was caught early and treated. She survived that experience and … Continue reading

Personalized Therapy to Fight Cancer

The Baylor College of Medicine reported this week that researchers have developed off-the-shelf therapies using T cells to fight cancers. Off-the-shelf therapy is manufactured from healthy donors and is targeted at specific markers in a tumor. Our body’s T cells … Continue reading

Prevent and Reverse Cancers?

Preventing cancer is easier than reversing it. Once cancer has taken root in our bodies, the ability to get rid of it without surgery, chemotherapy, or radiation is low. But what options might we have? I have asked several doctors … Continue reading

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Cancer Update

Supreme Court building – pixabay photo Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had two small cancerous nodules removed from her lower left lung recently. The operation is called a lobectomy. It is the removal of a single lobe in the lung. Our … Continue reading