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Newly Researched Soy Component could be Nutritional Cancer Treatment

A little-known soy protein known as lunasin could become a novel nutritional cancer treatment, according to research carried out at the University of Illinois.

Small Community Cancer Cure Crushed by Big Pharma, Part I

A small Canadian community's success with curing cancer naturally was recently crushed, forcing its provider into exile in Europe. Rick Thompson had discovered a cure for himself and then had shared it at no cost with others in the small rural town of Maccan, Nova Scotia.

Brazilian berry destroys cancer cells in lab, UF study shows

A Brazilian berry popular in health food contains antioxidants that destroyed cultured human cancer cells in a recent University of Florida study, one of the first to investigate the fruit’s purported benefits.

New data finds antioxidant combo decreases smokers' cancer risk

Aug. 9, 2004

Smokers taking a wide range of antioxidants through their diet appear to have a lower risk of lung cancer, according to a recent study.

The results counter the findings of a trial carried out in the 90s, the Finnish ATBC study, which found an increased risk of the disease for smokers with high beta-carotene intake.

Fulvic acid and Humic extract topical use and bath therapies show amazing clinical results

Fulvic acid and humic extract water solutions can safely be applied as skin treatments.  Directly applied or as bath therapies, fulvic and humic extracts are safe in amounts as high as 10 percent weight-by-volume. Medical doctors have found that extended saturation of the skin by direct application, or use as a bath therapy can be highly successful in treating many external and internal conditions. Clinical studies show that ulcerous skin problems and various skin diseases can be eliminated. Studies by a U.S.