From The American Cancer Society: The COVID-19 outbreak is still new, so doctors do not have a lot of specific information on this coronavirus for cancer patients. But they do have a lot of information regarding the risk of infections in general for cancer patients. Doctors and health officials agree the best way to prevent illness … Read moreWhat cancer patients should know about coronavirus
From MSN: A new type of immune cell which kills most cancers has been discovered by accident by British scientists, in a finding which could herald a major breakthrough in treatment. Researchers at Cardiff University were analysing blood from a bank in Wales, looking for immune cells that could fight bacteria, when they found an … Read moreCancer killing cells discovered by accident
From The New York Times: The cancer death rate in the United States fell 2.2 percent from 2016 to 2017 — the largest single-year decline in cancer mortality ever reported, the American Cancer Society reported on Wednesday. Since 1991 the rate has dropped 29 percent, which translates to approximately 2.9 million fewer cancer deaths than … Read moreCancer death rates see sharpest drop in U.S.
From The New York Post: The Google AI program that examined mammogram images from thousands of women in the US and the United Kingdom spotted cancer more accurately than six expert radiologists who reviewed 500 random cases, according to the research — which was funded by the tech giant. The software’s review of nearly 29,000 … Read moreGoogle AI helping to detect breast cancer
From Medical News Today: The ketogenic diet consists of high fat foods, foods that contain an adequate amount of protein, and a very low amount of carbohydrates. Normally, the human body gets its main source of energy (sugar) from carbs. However, the ketogenic diet deprives the body of glucose, inducing a state of “ketosis.” During … Read moreHow The Keto Diet Could Help With Cancer Treatment
From The New York Times: Colorectal cancer is typically considered a disease of aging — most new cases are diagnosed in people over age 50. But even as the rates decrease in older adults, scientists have documented a worrisome trend in the opposite direction among patients in their 20s and 30s. Now, data from national … Read moreColorectal Cancer Rates Rise Among Younger Adults
From CNN: Broken heart syndrome is a real thing, though it’s also called stress-induced cardiomyopathy or Takotsubo cardiomyopathy. It’s triggered by intensely stressful situations, like losing a loved one. And now, new research published in the Journal of the American Heart Association says broken heart syndrome may be linked to cancer. The study found that … Read moreScientists Link Cancer And Broken Heart Syndrome
From Fox News: Researchers at the University of Surrey in England found that a certain strain of the cold virus — coxsackievirus, or CVA21 — is capable of destroying cancer cells in the bladder, The Telegraph reported. Fifteen patients with non-muscle invasive bladder cancer were injected with CVA21 through a catheter one week before surgery … Read moreResearchers: Certain Strains Of The Common Cold Virus Could Cure Bladder Cancer