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Algae May Be Key to Treating Two Aggressive Cancers

A new discovery offers hope for two of the most aggressive and hard-to-treat cancers – brain tumors and triple negative breast cancer.

Why Elephants Rarely Get Cancer and What it Could Mean for Us

One out of every four people dies of cancer, whereas only one of every 20 elephants dies of cancer. What is it about elephants that protects them from the dreaded disease? They have 20 pairs of cancer-fighting genes, while people have only one pair.

Compound in This Herb Found to Destroy Pancreatic Cancer Cells

Recent research found that Artichokes, celery and herbs, particularly Mexican oregano have been found to contain flavonoids that kill human pancreatic cells.

Groundbreaking Study: Strawberries May Dramatically Reduce Cancer Progression

A groundbreaking new research study shows strawberries may drastically reduce esophageal cancer.

The Real Reason Dying Patients Are Being Denied Access to Potentially Lifesaving Treatments

Dying patients continue to be denied access to Dr. Burzynski’s potentially lifesaving treatment - antineoplastons.

7 Natural Cancer Cures That Have Been Buried by the FDA, AMA and CDC

Find the truth regarding America's cancer epidemic.

Powerful Cancer-Killing Compound Found in Rare Medicinal Mushroom

Tiger milk mushrooms have been found to have high levels of beta glucan, a compound shown to boost the body’s immune system and aid in cancer prevention.

Exciting New Research Reveals Another Reason to Eat More Ginger

Ginger is more than a tasty spice -- it is also a great natural remedy that can be used to alleviate multiple medical conditions.

Scientists Discover The Best Form of Vitamin E to Ward Off Cancer

Scientists have identified an elusive anti-cancer property of vitamin E that effects cancer cell survival.

Colloidal Silver Demonstrates Powerful Medicinal Properties — So Why Is the FDA Opposed?

Despite the long history of successful silver usage, including its current use in wound dressings and burn salves, the FDA remains opposed. But why?