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Yogurt may be the key to preventing breast cancer

If you like yogurt, you’ll love this news about its health benefits! via GIPHY From Science Daily: One of the causes of breast cancer may be inflammation triggered by harmful bacteria suggest researchers. Scientists advise consuming natural yogurt, which contains beneficial bacteria which dampens inflammation and which is similar to the bacteria found in breastfeeding ... Read moreYogurt may be the key to preventing breast cancer

Cancer death rates see sharpest drop in U.S.

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.

Google AI helping to detect breast cancer

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

Cancer gave her a death sentence, but he dated and MARRIED her anyway

From USA Today: After meeting online, Nashville’s Amanda DiMarzio told Sean Woodard she had two years to live — but he started dating her anyway, and the two got hitched (for free!) Wednesday night. After a tough divorce, single dad Sean Woodard decided to get on the Bumble dating app, the one where women make ... Read moreCancer gave her a death sentence, but he dated and MARRIED her anyway

Non-smoker living with one lung after cancer diagnosis at 24

From People: When Amanda Kouri was diagnosed with lung cancer at 24 years old in 2014, she felt shocked and confused. She’d never smoked and was very active her whole life. “The most important fact, and not to scare anyone, is that anyone with lungs can get lung cancer,” says Kouri, 29, of Manhattan, who ... Read moreNon-smoker living with one lung after cancer diagnosis at 24

The friends are fighting breast cancer diagnosis together

From KHOU/Channel 11: It’s been more than 9 months since Juanita Orr was diagnosed with stage 2 breast cancer. Her prognosis is good but Orr says that things could have been very different if it weren’t for the encouragement she received from her friend Sabrina Chestnut. Orr says, “I would have never gone for a ... Read moreThe friends are fighting breast cancer diagnosis together

Dog smelled ovarian cancer, saved owner’s life

From The Today Show: In 2013, Stephanie Herfel moved from California to Wisconsin and, soon after, she noticed a surprising weight gain. Her diet and exercise hadn’t changed, yet she put on 60 pounds. When she started experiencing belly pain that doubled her over, she decided to visit an emergency room for answers. “It was ... Read moreDog smelled ovarian cancer, saved owner’s life