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Why Targeted Treatments for Cancer Offer Better Survival Rates | Newsletter Issue 1

March 16, 2018 5:58 am Published by 1 Comment

Our understanding of cancer is growing each day! Discover why targeted treatments for cancer offer patients better survival rates, with fewer and less severe side effects. Check out the first issue of our CTOAM newsletter to see the top life-saving advancements in cancer! Or, read more below. Want to get life-saving info sent straight to your inbox? Sign up to our newsletter! How Targeted Treatments Can Save Your Life Over the past decade, cancer specialists and researchers have begun to realize that cancer treatment needs to focus less on where it is in the body and more on what is causing it to grow. When we perform genetic sequencing for a cancer patient we can now isolate the mutated gene(s) that are driving their cancer. Targeted treatment...
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Nutrition and Cancer: Can Cranberries Help Treat Prostate Cancer? Find Out What Science Says

March 16, 2018 5:58 am Published by Leave your thoughts

Cranberries are a powerful superfood, outranking most other fruits and vegetables with their large amount of disease-fighting phytochemicals. And it turns out that cranberries may benefit certain aspects of cancer treatment, too. Cranberry Powder Lowers Serum PSA in Prostate Cancer Patients In 2016, a study was conducted on the benefits of cranberry powder, involving 64 patients with prostate cancer. The patients were divided into two arms: the cranberry group and control (placebo) group. The cranberry group received 1500 mg of dry cranberry fruit powder for at least 21 days before having surgery (radical prostatectomy). Significantly, the cranberry arm experienced a 22.5% decrease in prostate-specific antigen (PSA), a measure of disease progression, compared to just 0.9% in the placebo arm. Additionally, blood levels of gamma-glutamyltranspeptidase (GT),...
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