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Scientists Have Discovered A Way To Destroy Cancer Tumors Using Nothing But Sound Waves

There has been a recent breakthrough in the treatment of cancer, by using high intensity focused ultrasound therapy.  This new technological way of treating cancer has proven it’s worth. A multi-institutional research team working in China developed a semi-enclosed, spherical cavity transducer that can produce a focused, standing-wave field with a subwavelength-scale focal region and

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Chronic Stress Promotes Spread of Cancer and What You Can Do About It

Psychological stress can take a tremendous toll on your health. One of the reasons for this is because stress causes inflammation, which in turn is a hallmark of most diseases, from obesity and diabetes to heart disease and cancer. Six years ago, I interviewed Donald (“Donnie”) Yance, an internationally known herbalist and nutritionist, who shared

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Drug Is First to Treat Cancer Based on Genetics, Not Location

Drug Is First to Treat Cancer Based on Genetics, Not Location A change in how cancer is treated means more people will benefit from immunotherapy. In a first for precision medicine, a cancer drug has won regulatory approval based on the genetic characteristic of tumors, rather than their location in the body. On Tuesday, the

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Recipe To Make Cannabis Oil For Chemo Alternative

“Once the public becomes aware of the fact that properly made hemp medicine can cure or control practically any medical condition, who is going to stand up against the use of hemp?” Rick Simpson has dedicated his life to helping suffering patients (with all types of diseases and disabilities) with the use of natural hemp

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Brazilian Wasp’s Venom Kills Cancer Cells Without Harming Healthy Ones

New research published in the Biophysical Journal reveals that the venom of the Brazilian social wasp Polybia paulista contains a powerful anticancer ingredient. The toxin called MP1 (Polybia-MP1) is able to kill tumor cells without affecting healthy ones. To study the mechanism behind this selective action, the research team created model cell membranes and exposed them

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