Glioblastoma and its variants are, at present, unable to be cured. Once diagnosed the life expectancy is only 15 months or so. They can occur at any age but most are seen in people between the ages of 50 and 70. In just the past two years studies have been moved from animal trials to human trials and are showing promise. No matter what their outcomes, further research is needed.
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Ovarian cancer is the most lethal of all gynecological malignancies. This is in part because of the symptomology of the disease until it is at a late stage. Because of the five-year survival rate is only 45% while the actual cause of epithelial cancer of the ovary or fallopian tube is not known, studies have found about 15% are shown to be connected with the inherited genetic factors such as BRCA 1&2 mutations. The standard line of defense is surgery and treatment with platinum-based chemotherapy. Unfortunately, recurrence is high with the recurring disease resistant to further chemotherapy. Recently olaparib has shown some promise in treating BRCA 1&2 mutations that have led to ovarian cancer. It is thought this occurs along the DNA repair pathways that make the cancer cells sensitive to olaparib. The validity of the study's data was confirmed by repeated tests across different fields (Fleury et al. 2017).
DNA tests have exploded in popularity in recent years according to The Guardian. In 2015 the market was worth an approximately 70 million, but by 2022 the value is expected to leap to an estimated 340 million! Professionals attribute this lucrative surge to the public’s fascination with ancestry, but the market isn’t limited to only to determining our ancestors anymore. The booming business has expanded into the vectors of beauty, health, fitness, and dating. Top 10 DNA Testing is a website that can help you to determine the best DNA test by giving you the appropriate guidelines, reviews, and statistics.
A woman’s chance of developing breast cancer during her lifetime is about 1 in 8. In men, the chance is 1 in 1,000. That’s a big difference, so big, in fact, that many people don’t even realize that men can have breast cancer and that they can die from it just like women can.
When he was 13 years old, Julian Rios Cantu’s mother was diagnosed with cancer for the second time that almost took her life. This motivated Julian to investigate how to help patients with breast cancer and, after 2 years of research, he created a special bra attachment called Higia that can help in the early detection of breast cancer.
Consuming foods that contain a low amino acid content of a substance known as asparagine, significantly reduce, by three times, the risk of developing a particularly dangerous form of breast cancer.
When scheduling my first mammogram, the administrative assistant asked me a series of questions, one of which was, "Have you ever had an abortion"? I asked if abortion was linked to breast cancer. Her reply, that surprised me, was "yes".
Endocrine disruptors are toxic chemicals found in a host of everyday items from household cleaning products to mattresses, but the sad truth is that many lurk in skincare products we put directly on our bodies every day.
If you've heard all the buzz about fermented foods, you should try out this Keto Miso Mushroom Soup recipe - ready to eat in just 11 minutes! Once you read about Miso Soup Health Benefits, and taste this creamy, dreamy mixture, that combines Miso with coconut milk, mushrooms and garlic, you will want to add it to your weekly menu.
About 1 in 8 U.S. women will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of her lifetime, and there is an estimated 252,710 new cases of invasive breast cancer expected to be diagnosed in women in the U.S, according to breast cancer.org. There has been extensive research linking the accumulation of aluminium on the area breast cancer develops. So, here we will have a look at what science says about the link, and learn how to prevent breast cancer by making your own aluminium free deodorant.
Discover how the Chamilia Swarovski Breast Cancer charm is encouraging when to be brave and strong and show support of the Breast Cancer Awareness initiative.
If you are fighting or in remission from breast cancer, you will know how hard it is to know exactly what to eat, because though science has proven nutrition is important in the fight against cancer. It’s difficult to translate your nutritional needs, into nutritional dishes that will practically help you. So, here you’ll find recipes ideas that will benefit those fighting or in remission from breast cancer.
Breast cancer (BC) is an endemic problem in the modern world, and according to the CDC it is the most common cancer in women regardless of race and ethnicity. Usually, mammograms are offered as a diagnostic tool, but ionizing radiation emitted by this method can also be harmful, and even cause cancer in the long run. But, fret not because here you will find out more about a safer breast cancer diagnostic method, and 3 ways to treat it naturally.
More and more research is emerging about the negative effects of wine on the human body, particularly when it comes to heart health and now, raising the risk of breast cancer in women. While breast cancer and alcohol consumption never mix, having as little as one small glass of wine a day raises the risk factor for pre and post-menopausal women of getting the disease substantially.
Epstein Barr Virus is an insidious herpetic virus with a reputation for lying-in-wait to strike.The virus works in a methodical and relentless manner over time systematically wrecking havoc on your body. Research into the complexities of the Epstein Barr Virus is exposing its prominent role in both autoimmune diseases and breast cancer, to name a few.
Many people take a low-dose aspirin each day to protect their heart. For women, this practice may also be protective against the most common type of breast cancer.
Difficulty sleeping is a common problem for cancer patients. A moving meditation technique may help improve those restless nights.
You’ve just found a lump in your breast or perhaps gotten a diagnosis of breast cancer. You’re stunned and wondering – what’s next? Is there anything you can do at this point? Could your breast cancer have been prevented? How will this change your life? What most women and doctors don’t realize is there are essential nutrients you should be consuming if you are fighting breast or any other type cancer.
You’ve heard the saying, “necessity if the mother of invention”, and in the case of 18 year old Julián Ríos Cantú of Mexico, these words are especially appropriate. Cantú’s own mother was diagnosed with breast cancer for the second time when he was 13 with a fast growing and aggressive type. She underwent bilateral mastectomy, almost died and became both the inspiration and motivation behind the technology he has developed for early detection of breast cancer.
Researchers say that bad feelings can motivate cancer patients to take positive actions.
These are some very powerful words from a breast cancer survivor, which she shared on her Facebook group that may inspire other people who battle against breast cancer or any other types of cancer. Here is a segment from from Laura Hughes Facebook status.
Galena Rose is a breast cancer patient who several days ago wrote on her Facebook page that she is in remission. However, new questions came up. What do you do when your breast cancer is in remission. This story will leave more questions than answers. Rose writes on her Facebook pages asking breast cancer survivors for advice after treatment is done.
Researchers have said a study on mice has demonstrated the action of strawberries in fighting breast cancer.
One risk factor for breast cancer is breast density. Learn here how air pollution contributes to dense breasts.
Spending time in nature can have very positive health effects, especially in forests.
Alarmingly, toxic plastics are stored in the liver slowing liver function, causing fatty liver which leads to weight gain and ultimately type 2 diabetes, according to science.
Improvements in early detection and treatments have helped women around the world become breast cancer success stories.