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A Secret Has Been Uncovered: Cancer Is Not A Disease But Business!

Health, Science, World News<p>By NewsRescue<p>186711<p>23<p>Share:<p><i>Published on: Sep 23, 2016</i><p>The word called cancer is a lie…<p>You might not believe this but cancer …

Hollywood actor Ben Stiller reveals he had prostate cancer but is now cancer-free

<b>Hollywood actor Ben Stiller has revealed he was diagnosed with prostate cancer but is now cancer-free.</b><p>The star of Zoolander was diagnosed with a tumour in 2014.<p>He says he now wants to share his story to lend his support for a controversial test which saved his life.<p>In an article on Medium, Stiller …

Cancer

Cancer: Thousands surviving in UK decades after diagnosis

<b>More than 170,000 people in the UK who were diagnosed with cancer up to 40 years ago are still alive, a report by Macmillan Cancer Support has suggested.</b><p>People are twice as likely to survive for at least a decade after being diagnosed than they were at the start of the 1970s, the charity said.<p>It …

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Could turmeric really boost your health?

<b>Bold health claims have been made for the power of turmeric. Is there anything in them, asks Michael Mosley.</b><p>Turmeric is a spice which in its raw form looks a bit like ginger root, but when it's ground down you get a distinctive yellowy orange powder that's very popular in South Asian cuisine. Until …

Curries

Treating Prostate Cancer Is Often No Better Than Doing Nothing

An estimated 180,890 American men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer this year. The disease will also take the lives of 26,120 patients. But according to a new 10-year study conducted on more than 1,500 men in the United Kingdom, those who are diagnosed may want to hold off on starting …

Cancer

For early prostate cancer, a watchful eye is just as good as treatment | Ars Technica

In 10-year study, deaths were rare even without radiation or surgery.<p>In the wake of a cancer diagnosis, deciding to sit back and see how things play …

Cancer

New tumor analysis method identifies high-risk prostate cancer - Scienmag: Latest Science and Health News

LOS ANGELES (Sept. 7, 2016) — Scientists at Cedars-Sinai have developed a new way to identify which prostate cancer patients are likely to develop …

UBS rogue trader: 'It could happen again'

http://vod-pro-ww-live.akamaized.net/mps_h264_hi/public/news/business/1254000/1254284_h264_1500k.mp4?__gda__=1522433842_b944dc156b9dadd9aff85e3e463b650d<p><b>The London trader who lost the Swiss bank UBS £1.4bn ($1.9bn) has apologised and said that banking has not done enough to regain the public's trust.</b><p>…

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U.S. has crossed ‘red line,’ declared war, says North Korea

North Korea's top diplomat for U.S. affairs told The Associated Press on Thursday that Washington "crossed the red line" and effectively declared war by putting leader Kim Jong Un on its list of sanctioned individuals, and said a vicious showdown could erupt if the U.S. and South Korea hold annual …

North Korea

Metastatic prostate cancer cases skyrocket - Scienmag: Latest Science and Health News

• Highest increase among men ages 55 to 69, who could benefit the most from screening and early treatment<br>• Disease is more advanced when finally …

Targeted nanomedicine for prostate cancer therapy: docetaxel and curcumin co-encapsulated lipid–polymer hybrid nanoparticles for the enhanced anti-tumor activity in vitro and in vivo

article<p>https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.3109/10717544.2015.1069423<p>Taylor Francis<p>(2016). Targeted nanomedicine for prostate cancer therapy: …

Prostate cancer aggression 'linked to waist size'

<b>Men with larger waistlines could be at higher risk of developing aggressive prostate cancer, a study has suggested.</b><p>Research on 140,000 men from eight European countries found that a 4in (10cm) larger waist circumference could increase the chances of getting the cancer by 13%.<p>Men were most at risk …

Cancer