Tuesday, March 12, 2019 by: Amy Goodrich Tags: anti-cancer, badfood, badhealth, cancer, cancer prevention, cancer-causing food, GMO, GMO soy, non-organic potatoes, toxic food (Natural News) Some foods can help your body become the healthiest and strongest it can be, and keep cancer and other diseases at bay. Multiple studies have shown that a variety of fresh, whole foods can make you feel at your best while giving your body the energy and building blocks it needs. However, just as some foods protect us from diseases, others are the perfect recipe for disaster, wreaking havoc on your system — with cancer as a possible side-effect. With so much information out there, it’s often hard to know what’s safe and what’s not. Many of us pay attention to food labels, but some foods are so commonly used and convenient — we often forget that they may house a host of toxic chemicals too. Here are some cancer-causing foods that specialists … [Read more...] about If you’re still eating these cancer-causing foods, here are some reasons to stop
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Young men diagnosed with testicular cancer often worry that treating the disease may jeopardize their chances of having children, but new research should ease their minds. In the study, sperm counts rebounded in men who received one course of chemotherapy or radiation therapy after surgery for early-stage testicular cancer. It was known that several rounds of chemotherapy or high doses of radiotherapy given to men with more advanced testicular cancer can reduce sperm count and concentration, but it wasn't clear whether a single course of chemotherapy or radiotherapy would have a similar effect. To find out, researchers looked at 182 men, aged 18 to 50, who had surgery for stage 1 testicular cancer. The surgery was followed by either one course of chemotherapy, one course of radiation therapy or no further treatment. The men provided sperm samples six months, one year, two years, three years and five years after surgery, according to the study published Feb. 24 in the Annals of … [Read more...] about Testicular Cancer Treatment Doesn’t Doom Fertility
A SINGLE round of chemotherapy does not harm fertility in patients with testicular cancer, research has shown. A study found the treatment does not reduce sperm count. However, several rounds of chemo does. Scientists in Stockholm, Sweden, monitored 182 men who had a testicle removed after cancer. Sperm concentration had decreased six months after radiotherapy, but not for chemo. But the sperm count in radiotherapy candidates then rose. ead author Dr Kristina Weibring, of the Karolinska University Hospital in Stockholm, Sweden, said: "To our knowledge, no such study has been done before. "We found no clinically significant detrimental long-term effect in either total sperm number or sperm concentration, irrespective of the type of postoperative treatment received. "Among men who received radiotherapy, there was a distinct decrease in average sperm number and concentration six months after treatment, though not in those who received chemotherapy. "However, sperm number and concentration … [Read more...] about Testicular cancer patients can still have kids after one round of chemotherapy, a study shows
It may seem unlikely that those slices of commercial cheddar on your sandwich every day may be contributing to your risk of certain kinds of cancer. Sadly, however, if you live in the United States, it may be true. This is because of the many toxins found in American commercial animal products, especially in dairy. The Link Between Breast Cancer and Dioxins Dioxins are chemicals used in agriculture and in the bleaching process. There are over 30 different types of dioxins. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), nearly 90% of human exposure to them comes through animal products. And because the most common dioxins– PCDDs (polychlorinated dibenzo para dioxins), PCDFs (polychlorinated dibenzofurans) and dioxin-like PCBs (polychlorinated biphenyls)– hide out in fat cells, the majority of the dioxins in animal products are in commercial dairy. The list of health problems that can occur with dioxins is long, but the most relevant to breast health is that it can … [Read more...] about Can Eating Commercial Dairy REALLY Cause Breast Cancer?
BOYS this Movember it's time to take care of your health - and that means checking your downstairs area for any lumps of bumps. Chances are you blokes think you're invincible, too manly and strong to get ill, let alone be diagnosed with cancer. But when it comes to testicular cancer you're better off being safe than sorry... not only could it cost you your balls, but it could cost your life. Men, and young ones at that, are dying across the world. All because they refuse to learn the signs to look out for and regularly check their nuts. When you hear the C word it's all too easy to assume it's a disease that happens to other, older, men But the facts speak for themselves. Almost half of the men in the UK diagnosed with testicular cancer every year are under the age of 35, according to the Movember Foundation. Mo Bro, and testicular cancer expert, Ben Bowers has firsthand experience of the disease, having lost both balls to the disease. He told The Sun Online it's vital every man … [Read more...] about Movember 2018: It’s NOT just a lump! The 4 red-flag warning signs of testicular cancer you need to know