Medical Breakthroughs

Cancer

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Another Cure for Cancer!!!
Bro. Jones told me about another cure for cancer called "Paw Paw".  Click HERE to read about Paw Paw.
Posted 8/29/08

Cure for Cancer!!! 
David Lowe has begun reading the chapters of "His Voice Shook the Earth"!!!  Click HERE.  To save each section, right-click on the links, choose "Save Target As", choose the place where you wish the MP3 to be saved, then you can listen.  Here's an ULTRA important message from David... THERE IS A CURE FOR CANCER!!!  On the page, right-click on erp1.mp3... VERY IMPORTANT!!!  Click HERE to read more about this important treatment... no chemotherapy, no surgery, 100% effective, no recurrence in patients who have tried this, and MUCH cheaper!!!
Posted 6/27/08

Scientists cure cancer, but no one takes notice <- FEATURE!!!
Posted 6/9/09


 

Natural Killers Of Cancer: Medical First!
Posted 5/13/11

Arthritis Drug Could Help Beat Skin Cancer
Posted 5/13/11

New Target Drug For Lung Cancer?
Posted 5/13/11

Nano 'Bees' To Target Tumors
They're called "nanobees," and they're not insects -- they're tiny particles designed to destroy cancer cells by delivering a synthesized version of a toxin called melittin that is found in bees. "Melittin, which would otherwise result in substantial destruction of your red blood cells and other normal tissues if it were delivered intravenously alone, is completely safe when it's on a nanoparticle," said Dr. Samuel Wickline, director of the Siteman Center of Cancer Nanotechnology Excellence at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. Nanobees are one of the latest examples of how nanotechnology may change the way diseases are treated. Nanotechnology encompasses a wide array of innovations that make use of structures that are 100 nanometers or smaller. That means they generally cannot be seen under a regular microscope, but are larger than individual atoms. For example, a nanobee is less than 10 times the diameter of a red blood cell, Wickline said.
Posted 8/20/09

Cancer Drugs Make Tumors Grow
Drugs like Avastin that are used to treat some cancers are supposed to work by blocking a vessel growth-promoting protein called vascular endothelial growth factor, or VEGF. With VEGF held in check, researchers have assumed tumors wouldn't generate blood vessels and that should keep malignancies from growing. In a sense, the cancerous growths would be "starved". But new research just published in the journal Nature shows this isnít true. Instead of weakening blood vessels so they won't "feed" malignant tumors, these cancer treatments, known as anti-angiogenesis drugs, actually normalize and strengthen blood vessels -- and that means they can spur tumors to grow larger.
Posted 11/19/08

CT Scans Emit Massive Doses of Radiation, Promote Cancer
A British government report has called for tighter regulation of private clinics that offer full-body computed tomography (CT) scans, saying that such scans expose patients to a massive and cancer-promoting blast of radiation.
Posted 7/10/08

Arsenic Treats Leukemia
Read our report from Wake Forest on the exciting results of the trial study, where 77-percent of the APL patients who got small amounts of arsenic therapy along with their standard cancer treatment remained alive and in remission three years later, compared to only 59-percent of those solely on standard chemo.
Posted 6/20/07

Better Approach to Colon Cancer
Some colon cancer patients may soon be spared unnecessary chemotherapy thanks to a new study out of the John Wayne Cancer Institute in Santa Monica, California. Researchers say the answer is in the lymph nodes.
Posted 6/27/06

Better Drugs for Kidney Cancer
New research reveals the drug sunitinib malateSutent) is a more effective agent for the treatment of metastatic renal cell cancermRCC) than cytokine.
Posted 6/7/06

Cancer Development Mimics Embryonic Development
Researchers at Children's Hospital Boston used gene chip analyses to show many genes that are differentially expressed during early embryonic lung development are differentially expressed in lung cancer as well. They also found gene-expression profiling can predict a lung cancer's prognosis.
Posted 7/10/06

Cancer Drug Causes Heart Failure
The cancer drug Gleevec can be dangerous to the heart, and other similar drugs may be as well, according to researchers from the Center for Translational Medicine at Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia.
Posted 7/25/06

Cell Division Reversed in Possible Path to Cancer Treatment
Posted 4/15/06

Chemotherapy Management
Support, Tips And Info To Help You Through Your Cancer Treatment.
Posted 12/8/06

Cousins at Risk of Cancer Give Up Stomachs
Risk the odds that they might not develop cancer, with a 70 percent chance they would; or have their stomachs removed. The latter would mean a challenging life of eating very little, very often.
Posted 6/20/06

Diabetes May be Clue to Pancreatic Cancer
Half of the patients had diabetes and saw the beginning of their diabetes over six months before they were diagnosed with cancer.
Posted 5/31/06

Easing Radiation Side Effects
This year, more than 200,000 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer. Many of them will have radiation, which can be painful and leave the skin burned. Now there's a quick, easy and painless way to prevent the side effects of radiation.
Posted 7/14/06

Electrodes Fight Brain Cancer
Glioblastoma is one of the most common and most deadly kinds of brain cancer. There's no way to prevent it, no test to tell if you've got it, and most people die within two to three years of undergoing treatment. That's why a clinical trial is underway to test a new device that shows promise of prolonging lives.
Posted 02/20/07

Exercise Protects Against Skin and Bowel Cancers
Posted 5/16/06

Experimental Drug Activates "Death" Receptors on Cancer Cells
Results show Apo2L shrunk tumors in one patient with sarcoma and stabilized cancer growth in about 56 percent of study participants.
Posted 6/8/06

FDA Approves Cervical Cancer Vaccine
Preventative nearly 100% effective in stopping virus that causes disease
Posted 6/13/06

Final genome 'chapter' published
Researchers say defects on chromosome one are involved in more than 350 diseases, including Parkinson's and Alzheimer's; as well as some cancers.
Posted 5/22/06

Folic Acid May Prevent Cancer
Folate is a water-soluble B vitamin found in fresh fruits and vegetables. It is one of the most commonly reported vitamin deficiencies in the U.S. population.
Posted 6/12/06

FREE VIDEO: Leukemia Breakthrough
Lenalidomide changes the environment around chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) cancer cells, making it tough for the cells to survive.
Posted 11/16/06

I Have Cancer -- Telling Your Kids
Finding out you have cancer is usually shocking news. And if you have kids, it'll be just as shocking for them to hear. Telling your child you have cancer isn't easy. But doing it the right way can make all the difference.
Posted 6/6/06

Inhaled Chemotherapy
Osteosarcoma is a rare childhood bone cancer that can be fatal because it spreads to the lungs. But now a new chemotherapy is being studied that not only minimizes side effects, but better targets the tumors.
Posted 5/5/06 

Israeli 'angry' cell treatment destroys cancer cells
An Israeli biopharmaceutical start-up is developing a treatment for cancer patients designed to harness the power of the patient's immune system in order to destroy cancer cells in the body.
Posted 7/13/07

Leukemia Breakthrough!
An oral leukemia breakthrough, which is not chemotherapy, has mild side-effects, and is showing great promise for leukemia that has grown resistant to other therapies
Posted 11/14/06

Lung Cancer
11 Natural Strategies effectively fight and kill lung cancer.
Posted 12/8/06

Lung Cancer Vaccine
Now a new vaccine may give patients hope for a longer survival.
Posted 5/23/06

Medical Debate: Stopping Lung Cancer?
Lung cancer is the leading cancer killer in both men and women in this country. A recent study found annual CT scans can detect lung cancer at its earliest stages in 85-percent of patients. When the tumor is removed within a month, the 10-year survival rate is 92-percent. Traditionally, it is only 15 percent.
Posted 3/13/07

New Antibody for Cancer
ORLANDO, Fla. (Ivanhoe Newswire) -- A new anti-cancer drug may help doctors safely starve and kill tumor cells by cutting off the blood supply that feeds them.
Posted 2/19/07

New Cancer Treatments
Discover the twelve most effective cancer treatments known worldwide.
Posted 12/8/06

New Leukemia Drugs
Posted 4/27/06

New Method Enables Predicting Chemotherapy Success
Posted 4/27/06

Novel Cancer Diagnosis -- Full-Length Doctor's Interview
Edward Frank Patz, Jr., Ph.D., discusses research for a new technique used in the diagnosis of cancer cells.
Posted 5/2/06

Obesity Cancels out Prostate Cancer Treatment
Men who are overweight or obese are 66-percent more likely to have a recurrence of prostate cancer according to a new study.
Posted 6/29/06

One-Two Punch for Lung Cancer
In their study, about 33 percent of patients responded to the combination treatment. Typically, only about 10 percent of lung cancer patients respond to Tarveca alone. The addition of Celebrex is believed to up the efficacy of Tarveca because it inhibits the COX-2 cell signaling pathway. That pathway has been linked to resistance to Tarveca, which blocks the growth of tumor cells by targeting a protein known as the epidermal growth factor receptor, or EGFR.
Posted 6/5/06

Overweight Kids Have High Blood Pressure as Adults
A new study reveals half of adults with high blood pressure were overweight when they were children.
Posted 7/12/06

Pancreatic Cancer Vaccine
Chances of surviving more than five years with this disease are low. But researchers hope to reverse that trend with a new vaccine.
Posted 6/19/06

Perioperative Chemo Improves Gastric Cancer Survival
New research finds chemotherapy given both before and after radical surgery improves the outcomes of operable gastric cancer.
Posted 7/10/06

Pomegranate Juice Prevents Prostate Cancer
According to a three-year study by researchers at Jonsson Cancer Center at UCLA, drinking an eight-ounce glass of pomegranate juice daily can keep PSA levels stable up to four-times longer than normal.
Posted 7/4/06

Positive News for Prostate Cancer Patients
Men with locally advanced prostate cancer often face a treatment known as medical castration. The treatment involves using hormones to block the testosterone that often helps the cancer to survive. Now, there may be a much more appealing option for men.
Posted 8/28/06

Possible cause and potential treatment found for aggressive head and neck cancer
Posted 4/24/06

Preventing Lung Cancer
...don't miss the news from Vanderbilt on a special drug researchers hope will help prevent lung cancer that has shrunk tumors in mice by more than 70 percent.
Posted 11/29/06

Prostate Cancer Breakthrough
It works almost like a vaccine: The patient's blood is drawn. His immune cells are mixed with a prostate cancer protein and a stimulant to make the immune system more active. The new cells are then infused back into the patient.
Posted 4/24/07

Second Chance for Leukemia Patients
But when drugs didn't work, oncologist Thomas Lin, M.D., revealed a new plan of attack, using an old drug called flavopiridol.
Posted 4/24/07

Prostate Cancer Vaccine Shows Promise
A new vaccine designed to battle an especially serious form of prostate cancer has shown promising results in early clinical trials.
Posted 7/3/06

Revolutionary Treatment For Inoperable Lung Cancer
Posted 12/6/06

Robotic Help for Oral Cancer -- In-Depth Doctor's Interview
Posted 12/15/06

Saliva Detects Oral Cancer
One person dies of oral cancer every hour in the United States. Only half of those diagnosed with the disease will survive more than five years, but if it's caught early enough, there's about a 90-percent chance of survival. Now you can help stop this disease, and it won't hurt a bit.
Posted 7/5/06

Scientists discover new gene that prevents multiple types of cancer
A decades-old cancer mystery has been solved by researchers at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL). "We not only found a critical tumor suppressor gene, but have revealed a master switch for a tumor suppressive network that means more targeted and effective cancer therapy in the future," said CSHL Associate Professor Alea Mills, Ph.D.
Posted 2/13/07

Scientists Turn Tree Bark Compound Into Cancer Fighter
Scientists have long known a compound found in the bark of the white birch tree can kill cancerous cells in the laboratory. But turning that discovery into something that might one day help cancer patients has been years in the making.
Posted 7/31/06

Scorpion Venom May Treat Brain Cancer
Most people would run the other way if faced with scorpion venom. But brain cancer patients might do the opposite one day.
Posted 6/29/06

Scorpions Lead the Way to New Brain Cancer Treatment
A synthetic version of a protein found in the venom of the Giant Yellow Israeli scorpion may one day offer real hope to patients suffering from a deadly form of brain cancer.
Posted 8/2/06

Skin Rash Determines Survival in Liver Cancer Patients
When researchers at the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute looked at the effects of lapatinib, a new chemotherapy drug for liver cancer, they found the development of a skin rash was directly linked to how the patient responded to the treatment.
Posted 6/8/06

Special Chemo
Cancer patients sometimes stop chemotherapy or never go back for a second round because they can't endure the debilitating side effects like nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and fatigue. But now there's a new method -- used largely in Europe and now in the United States -- that appears to reduce the side effects of chemo.
Posted 9/14/06 

Spinal Tumor Breakthrough
Posted 4/24/06

Testosterone Replacement Therapy not Harmful to Prostate
Testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) is becoming more and more popular for men. There has been some concern, however, that this therapy could be harmful to the prostate and linked to prostate cancer.
Posted 11/16/06

Turning a Tumor's Lights Off
Blocking key enzyme in energy-producing pathway slows cancer growth
Posted 6/13/06

Two New Drugs Beat Leukemia, Too
Most people with chronic myeloid leukemia (CML) respond well to the breakthrough drug Gleevec, with 93 percent still doing well five years after treatment. Now there's new hope for the minority of patients whose cancer can't be cured by the drug. Researchers publishing two new papers report promising results for the drugs dasatinib and nilotinib (also known as AMN107).
Posted 6/15/06

Warning Signs of Hidden Melanomas
You may know to check your body for melanoma -- the most serious form of skin cancer -- but you may not know a small percent can hide under your nails, on your scalp, in the palms of your hands, and on the soles of your feet.)
Posted 5/9/06

When cancer spreads to the bone
people with late-term cancer face more risks when cancer spreads to the bone, and bone cancer is treated with bisphosphonates. Although the drug stops cancer, it is also shown to kill the jawbone. Read our special report to find out how to protect the jawbone during bone cancer treatment.
Posted 9/28/06 

White Blood Cells Cure Cancer in Mice
"Even highly aggressive forms of malignancy with extremely large tumors were eradicated. This is the first time that one very aggressive type of cancer has been treated successfully."
Posted 5/9/06

Wrapping Radiation Around [Brain & Spine] Tumors
One new treatment is taking targeted radiation to a new level and stopping cancer in its tracks.
Posted 5/30/06

X-rays Target Brain Tumors, Spare Healthy Tissue
Scientists have developed a method for treating brain and spinal cord tumors in rats that delivers radiation to a cancerous growth while doing little or no damage to surrounding healthy tissues.
Posted 6/7/06

Zapping Away Cancer
"I think we will see higher tumor control rates. I think we will see lower toxicity rates," Dr. Mendenhall says. "I think more patients will survive."
Posted 3/6/07


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