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Cancer detection pen spots cancer chemicals in seconds

February 18, 2019 -

In the past, many patients woke up from such surgery with the thought, “I hope they got it all,” knowing that if the surgeon had not managed to remove all the affected tissue, the cancer would continue to spread. On the other hand, if the surgeon had unnecessarily removed healthy tissue, the patient could be left with nerve and other damage.

Now, exciting research by a team from the University of Texas has led to the development of what they are calling the “MassSpec ...

EARLY DETECTION, EARLY DEATH: Mammograms linked to 84% higher breast cancer death rate

December 05, 2023 -

Because of the very high rate of false positives they produce, mammograms end up killing, it would seem, many more women than would otherwise die from breast cancer had they never participated in the mammography racket.

Mammograms produce trauma in patients, both physically in breast tissue and also psychologically, emotionally and even spiritually in women who end up being told that they must undergo even more invasive "treatments" in order to survive.

The pressure ...

Cancer detection breakthrough uses chewing gum to trap and analyze biomarkers for cancer already growing in your body

May 07, 2017 - cancer detection technologies on the way

Other innovations in cancer detection have also been introduced this year.

British researchers have developed a new breath test designed to diagnose both esophagus cancer and stomach cancer by examining levels of certain chemicals present in the breath. As part of the study, researchers collected breath samples from more than 300 participants. According to the study, the breath test exhibited an overall accuracy of ...

Japan to set up ORWELLIAN pre-crime “behavior detection” technology using AI

July 25, 2023 -

The Japanese National Police Agency (JNPA) has confirmed the move, adding that it plans to conduct tests on these AI-integrated cameras within the present fiscal year set to conclude on March 2024. According to Reclaim The Net, the AI cameras will concentrate on three aspects for its machine-learning pattern recognition – "behavior detection" for suspicious activities, "object detection" for guns and other weapons and "intrusion detection" for the protection of restricted areas....

Russia tests new nuclear-capable ballistic missile that can “avoid NATO detection” as tensions rise in Middle East

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The test, which was carried out last Friday, saw the successful launch of the missile in southern Russia at the Kapustin Yar complex. A statement indicated the test confirmed the “high reliability of Russian missiles to ensure strategic security” and achieved its results “in full.”

Russia routinely conducts test launches of many of its missiles. However, the fact that they declined to name the type of missile that was tested on this occasion has spurred a lot of speculation ...

AI-powered medical devices could enhance detection and differentiation of skin cancers – but could also give false readings

January 30, 2024 -

The wireless, handheld device uses spectroscopy and a set of algorithms to evaluate the cellular and sub-cellular characteristics of a skin lesion. The AI feature will allow for more accurate identification of cancer cells in a matter of seconds. The device will be able to detect three types of skin cancer -- basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma, which is the deadliest form.

The conventional detection method involves a medical professional’s careful ...

Cancer-fighting herbs: Queen Anne’s lace found to be effective against skin and cervical cancer

June 22, 2023 -

Queen Anne's lace is a versatile herb with a long history of use as medicine. For centuries, natural healers have used it as a natural remedy for various ailments, such as digestive disorders, kidney and bladder problems, and edema. But recent studies have found an even more compelling role for Queen Anne's lace in modern medicine: According to two separate reports, Queen Anne's lace can also be used to treat an even bigger health issue, namely, cancer.Facts about Queen ...

Just four types of cancer made up half of the 1.96 million cancer cases in the U.S. in 2023

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According to the nonprofit organization USAFacts, 15 percent each of cancer cases are breast cancer and prostate cancer. Another 12 percent of cases are lung or bronchus cancer, while eight percent are colorectal cancers.

Cancer deaths also rose to 609,820 in 2023. Lung and bronchus cancer cases alone made up 21 percent of all cancer-related deaths. Nine percent of cancer deaths were from colorectal cancer, pancreatic cancer made up eight percent and breast cancer seven percent....

Filmmaker G. Edward Griffin exposes CANCER CONSPIRACY

February 27, 2024 -

Author of the book "World Without Cancer: The Story of Vitamin B17," Griffin talked about his roughly 60-year legacy of challenging the modern medical establishment, which he says has no interest in actually curing disease.

Griffin first heard about alternative cancer treatments from a doctor friend of his named John Richardson Sr. who was successfully treating patients outside the box, at least until the medical establishment threatened to take away his license if ...

Expecting windfall from wave of cancer patients, Pfizer leases huge property in San Diego for research and development of cancer drugs

March 20, 2024 -

This comes amid a noticeable increase in the number of people receiving cancer treatment in recent years, particularly after the global rollout of Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines. (Related: Vaccine side effect? Swiss health insurer's data shows 73% increase in people receiving cancer treatment since 2020.)

Bloomberg News reported that Pfizer agreed to a 15-year lease for 230,000 square feet at the Torrey View life sciences complex in Silicon Beach, citing a statement ...

4 Natural solutions that can help address CANCER

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Allspice (Pimenta dioica) is made from the unripe berries of the P. dioica tree that are dried and ground. It is called by many names including Jamaican pepper, kurundu, myrtle pepper, pimenta and new spice. The P. dioica tree is cultivated in many warm areas throughout the world, with its essential oil also commercially available.

According to research, allspice possesses antimicrobial and antioxidant properties thanks to its abundance of bioactive agents that contribute ...

Moderna launches trials for new mRNA cancer injections

February 12, 2024 -

The trial, which is taking place in the United Kingdom, will involve injecting participants from vials containing the same mRNA technology that Moderna used in its infamous Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) "vaccine."

Patients at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust will be the first, we are told, to take Moderna's new mRNA cancer injections, which is described as "a new therapeutic to help their bodies recognize and fight cancer cells as part of a global trial."

Known ...

Ginseng’s secret weapon: Battling cancer with ancient wisdom

October 16, 2023 -

Studied extensively, ginsenosides display anticancer and anti-metastatic properties – not only by restricting cancer cell proliferation, viability, invasion and migration, but also by promoting apoptosis (cell death) or paraptosis (a new and unique cell death mode), cell cycle arrest and autophagy (the body's process of reusing old and damaged cell parts) in several cancers, such as brain, breast, gastric, liver and lung cancer.

Studies also indicate that ginsenosides ...

Diabetes and obesity drugs linked to thyroid cancer

June 28, 2023 -

Semaglutide, the active ingredient found in the widely used anti-diabetes and anti-obesity drugs Ozempic and Wegovy, respectively, are linked to an increased risk of thyroid cancer in patients who take the drugs in accordance with a doctor's prescription.

Known as glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) receptor agonists, the drugs in question are manufactured by Novo Nordisk, AstraZeneca, Eli Lilly and Sanofi Winthrop, all of which must submit supplementary information about them ...

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Celery: A heart-healthy vegetable with cancer-fighting properties

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According to animal and human studies, eating celery can help lower your blood pressure naturally and also fight different types of cancer.

A favorite among weight watchers, celery has a very low calorie count, with two stalks containing only 15 calories. This is not surprising as celery is made up of almost 95 percent water. Despite this, celery is a great source of essential nutrients, such as dietary fiber, vitamins A, B5, B9, C and K, calcium, iron, molybdenum, potassium ...

STUDY: Chernobyl’s mutant wolves may have developed cancer resistance

February 22, 2024 -

In 1986, a nuclear reactor in the northern Ukrainian city of Chernobyl exploded, forcing the more than 100,000 inhabitants of the city and nearby villages to be evacuated following the release of massive amounts of radiation.

The area has since been abandoned, with Ukrainian authorities setting up a 1,000-square-mile area "exclusion zone" to prevent people from entering areas where radiation levels are still high enough to cause cancer. (Related: Chernobyl lives on: ...

Report: Ditching ALCOHOL can reduce your risk of CANCER

January 16, 2024 -

The report published in the New England Journal of Medicine said there is sufficient evidence to classify alcohol as a carcinogenic substance for its ability to cause various kinds of cancers. These include oral, pharyngeal, laryngeal, esophageal, liver, colorectal and breast cancer. Related: Alcohol abuse leads to cancer, strokes, heart disease, brain damage.)

The report also pointed out that ethanol, the main form of alcohol comprising alcoholic beverages, is the most ...

Study: Compounds in seaweeds show promise in cancer research

October 18, 2023 -

Now, studies have shown that seaweeds and certain compounds in them show promise when it comes to treating cancer. One of the studies, which documented how people had been saved by seaweeds, was published in the Journal of Applied Phycology.

Another study published in Marine Drugs described seaweeds as a good source of vitamins (A, B1, B2, B9, B12, C, D, E, and K), essential minerals (calcium, copper, fluoride, iodine, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, ...

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