Cancer

Cancer is a disease that is sadly all too familiar to many of us. According to Cancer Research UK, 1 in 2 people born after 1960 will be diagnosed with some form of cancer during their lifetime. The incidences of cancer are continuing to rise, predominantly due to an ageing population and the current lifestyle choices we make. Recent research suggests that up to 90% of cancer cases can be caused by the environment around us, such as diet, alcohol, cigarettes, sunburn, some viruses and pollution – in fact smoking still remains the leading cause of preventable death in the world.

It is true that cancer treatment has improved in recent years and a diagnosis of the disease doesn’t carry as much fear as it once did. However it’s still an incredibly serious condition, physically, emotionally and mentally. There is no total cure for cancer yet and the race to find a lifesaving treatment has been on for years, and has given life to a global industry.

The most important weapon in your arsenal to help fight cancer is the prevention of the disease before it takes shape. To this end it is vital to know and understand how you can control the potential risk factors for the disease. It is also hugely beneficial to know the potential treatments of cancer. Whether that be the standard treatments we’ve all heard about, like chemotherapy or radiation and what impact they may be having on other aspects of our health. Are there even other options for us to choose from?

A complex disease like cancer requires a great deal of understanding to know what you’re up against. With each new advance in the science behind cancer we get closer to a total understanding of its causes and weak spots, enabling us to stop it in its tracks.

Here at the Daily Health we explore all the information available – prevention, risk factors and treatments – as like everyone else, when it comes to cancer, we are also looking for the right answers.

Latest Articles in Cancer

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The Early Signs Of Cancer That Are Often Ignored

Experts all agree that diagnosing cancer at an early stage is one of the key factors in treating the disease successfully. Obviously, routine tests and check-ups, like pap smears...

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Cervical Cancer Vaccine Now Offered With ‘Extra Perks’

Just the mere mention of the word 'vaccines' is enough to send alarm bells ringing for most of us these days. If it's not the UK government ordering too much of the H1N1 vaccine (...

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Chemotherapy For Late-Stage Cancer Patients Unjustified

I really don't want to think the worst, but some oncologists make it very difficult to give them the benefit of the doubt. Putting myself in their shoes, I can't imagine what it w...

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A Big Pharma’s Shocking Skin Cancer Deceit

A colleague of mine who works in our US office told me about a newspaper report he'd read. The front page of the 'Baltimore Sun' had a shocking headline, 'How a cancer trial ended...

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Vitamin B6 Reduces The Risk of Colorectal Cancer

I just don't get it... the mainstream is still keeping aspirin on its little pedestal, despite the fact that we all know they are over-playing its benefits - if there are any at...

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How Safe Are Mammograms? The Myths Uncovered…

Once a woman reaches the age of 50, she may start considering taking part in a breast-screening programme. In the UK, this means having a mammogram every three years up to the age...

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How to Lower Your Risk of Bladder Cancer

According to the European School of Oncology, about 336,000 people are diagnosed with bladder cancer every year worldwide, and it is three times more likely to affect men than wome...

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Know the truth about the Gardasil vaccine

I love it when our readers drop me an email, especially when it's about a really important issue, like the dangers of vaccination... in this case the Gardasil and Cervarix vacci...

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Mammograms: How The Mainstream Got It Wrong

We've written to you many times in the past about mammograms. Despite the fact that this breast cancer screening procedure is painful and risky the mainstream still chooses to clin...

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Cancer Breakthrough or Pharma Cash Cow?

Recently, the University of Bradford unveiled promising cancer research at the annual British Science Festival, and as you can imagine the media had a field day when they report...

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