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U.S. Losing War on Cancer, Ignoring Prevention

WASHINGTON, DC, February 20, 2003 (ENS) - Leading players in the war on cancer should do more to educate the American public about how to minimize its risk of contracting the disease, according to a new report from the Cancer Prevention Coalition (CPC).

Americans face increasing cancer risks from occupational and environmental exposure to industrial carcinogens, the report finds, but established government and nonprofit cancer organizations are fixated on treatment rather than prevention.


Traveler's Diarrhea Bug May Help Treat Colon Cancer

Mon Feb 10, 2003

By Alison McCook

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A toxin released by the bacteria that cause traveler's diarrhea and chronic diarrhea in developing countries may also slow the growth of colorectal cancer, researchers said Monday.

The protective effect of the toxin from the E. coli bacterium responsible for traveler's diarrhea may explain why rates of colorectal cancer are lowest in countries with the highest rates of infection with the bacteria, Dr. Stephen Carrithers of the University of Kentucky in Lexington told Reuters Health.


The Iodine-Thyroid Breast Cancer Connection

by Candis McLean

A B. C. doctor's new treatment for breast cancer is being promoted in a Web site that was opened in February. The organization behind the Web site, www. bites-medical. org, is the Breast Iodine Thyroid Effectiveness Society, incorporated in October to promote research and debate on the little-known connection between breast cancer, iodine and thyroid.


Cayenne Pepper Blasts Blood Into Sick Organs

Interview by Sam Biser with Richard Schultz

The theory that you should keep blood away from cancer tumors is all wet.

When used as one SMALL piece of a cancer-killing program, cayenne pepper helps to stop last-stage cancers like brain tumors, prostate cancers and tumors everywhere. Here is a brief introduction to a topic that is covered extensively in my Save Your Life Collection.    Sam Biser exclusive


Fruits, Veggies Do a Tummy Good as Cancer-Fighters

Mon Dec 23, 2002

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Eat your vegetables. That's the take-home message from a 10-year study of nearly 40,000 Japanese people that found diets heavy in fruits and veggies may ward off stomach cancer.

"Consumption of vegetables and fruit as low as one day per week may serve to protect against gastric cancer," conclude a team of scientists led by Dr. Shoichiro Tsugane of the National Cancer Center Research Institute East in Kashiwa, Japan. They published their findings in a recent issue of the International Journal of Cancer.