Cancer | Healthy Living Talk - Part 5

New Book: Thousands of Breast Cancer Studies Are Totally Bogus

The author of a new book reveals many scientific studies are actually totally worthless junk, and specifically breast cancer studies, because they were conducted using the wrong type of cells.

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Breast Cancer and Antiperspirants

Shaving before applying underarm antiperspirants can increase aluminum absorption. Could this explain the greater number of tumors and the disproportionate incidence of breast cancer in the upper outer quadrant of the breast near the armpit?

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New Research Shows How Chili and Ginger Cut Cancer Risk

Those avoiding spices should consider a change of heart. New research from the American Chemical Society shows combining ginger and chili contain a compound that fights cancer.

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Researchers: Vitamin C Can Stop The Growth of Cancer

University of Salford researchers claim that vitamin C starves cancer cells by preventing the mitochondria – the powerhouse of cells – from gaining any energy to grow. High doses of substances found in oranges is 10 times more effective than trial drugs.

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Sunscreen Use Is Literally Killing People By Blocking Vitamin D Production

Excessive sunscreen use might be playing a major role in the prevalence of vitamin D deficiency and related adverse health conditions, analysis published in The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association revealed.

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Got Eggs? How Our Gut Bacteria Can Use Them to Accelerate Cancer Growth

Animal foods have long been associated with increased cancer risks, but further research has found that particularly egg consumption is associated with elevated cancer risk. The reason may be the TMAO, considered the smoking gun of microbiome-disease interactions.

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Cancer Drugs Fund Found to be Expensive and Ineffective, Massive Health Error

Cancer treatments approved for were not worth the money, failed to benefit patients or extend their life and often had adverse side-effects a new study finds.

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