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This book suggests that breast cancer may be avoided by dietary intervention. As this is unproven, the book has not received full recommendations.
This report provides an updated version of section 7.12 Endometrium from the "Second Expert Report : food, nutrition, physical activity and the prevention of cancer : a global perspective"
Review some exciting results with mice which suggest that a simple change to a lower carbohydrate, higher protein diet reduces both the growth rate and incidence of tumours as well as increases the therapeutic effect of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory agents like Celebrex. ; Provide update on recom…
This topic is geared for the general public as we anticipate a broader use of the video such as public viewings by community groups for general breast health education
Full conference information obtained from the Annual cancer conference program and abstracts. See ID# 16603 (QZ200 B366 2007)
1. Introduction; 2. Inflammation; 3. Diabetes; 4. Atherosclerosis; 5. Osteoporosis; 6. Cancer; 7. Neurodegenerative Disease; 8. Hunger and Satiety Signaling; 9. Summary and Recommendations
Looks at emotional responses to breast cancer treatments, reconstruction, body image and sexuality, and life after treatment. Includes exercises in relaxation, imagery, and inner child work.
Part I: Basic Concepts: ; Cause and cancer epidemiology ; Morphologic and molecular classification of human cancer ; Cancer precursors ; Molecular and genetic events in neoplastic transformation ; Risk assessment of carcinogenetic hazards ; Application of biomarkers in cancer epidemiology ; Genetic…
v.1: Macronutrients and cancer ; v.2: Micronutrients, nonnutritive dietary factors, and cancer