There remains considerable confusion in the media and debate among health professionals about sugar and risks of cancer but there really should not be – the evidence is very clear.
Scientists in Copenhagen have published new evidence that suggests exercise can help to prevent cancers and help fight the disease.
Researchers at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridgeshire are developing a new metabolic scanning system that is hoped to allow doctors to determine how well a cancer treatment is working, as soon as one day after treatment.
If certain foods have anti-cancer effects, then it is not unreasonable to hypothesise that concentrating them into a pill may be a good way to supplement individuals with poor diets or further enhance the benefits in those whose diets are already adequate. People living with […]
The precise biochemical mechanisms through which phytochemicals exert their anti-cancer effects are still being explored, as their actions are wide-ranging and complex but significant advances have been made of late in the understanding the mode of action. Antioxidant properties The most quoted cancer prevention mechanism […]