“I’m eternally grateful to the doctors – they saved my life.” Meet Lee. She’s studying bio-chemistry and is working towards a career in cancer research. “When I was 14, I was diagnosed with chronic myeloid leukaemia, a rare form of blood cancer. I had blood transfusions and was told I’d need a bone marrow transplant. Research saved my life and now I want to give something back.” We will beat cancer, help us make it sooner #ActNowForResearch
New Blood Test Could Help Detect Eight Common Cancers Before They Spread DNA and biomarkers could be used to detect and identify cancers, including five types for which there is currently no screening test. “If this proves to be effective, it would allow us to catch more cancers sooner,” said Benjamin T. Herms, MD, medical oncologist with OHC, “especially cancers that aren’t often detected until they are in the later stages.”
When it comes to breast cancer prevention, studies have shown that increasing the intake of omega-3 fatty acids can help. New research, however, indicates that certain types of omega-3 may be more effective than others. For more plus the recipe for this cod dish - click link
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Valentines Day Ideas for Your Cancer Patient Each year, Americans spend billions of dollars on gifts to show their love and appreciation for their special Valentine. But this may be difficult if your loved one has cancer. Here are some non-traditional things (click link) you might want to consider for your Valentine.