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Is soursop is a cancer fighter?

Soursop may be the most famous natural cancer-fighting fruit you have never come across. That is unless you have ties to the Caribbean or South America. Also known as guanabana and graviola, the spiny green fruit is well known in the Caribbean islands (especially Jamaicans, who refer to it by its Spanish name guanabana) more »

Targeted Ultrasound Promising Treatment for Prostate Cancer

A new technique to treat early prostate cancer may have far fewer side-effects than existing therapies, say experts. A 41-patient study in the journal Lancet Oncology suggests targeted ultrasound treatment could reduce the risk of impotence and incontinence. Researchers say it could transform future treatment if the findings are repeated in larger more »

Aspirin Significantly Reduces Risk of Cancer

Regular aspirin use significantly reduced risk of cancer, metastasis and cancer mortality, findings from the largest-ever analyses exploring the drug’s effects on cancer indicate. Overall, aspirin users had a 38% reduced risk of colorectal and other gastrointestinal cancers compared with nonusers. Mortality risk was 15% lower and metastasis was 35% more »

Nano-scale robots kill cancer cells

A study from Harvard University announced they have developed a nano-scale robot, made entirely of folded DNA, that can target and kill cancer cells in the body. So far, these findings can only been observed in the laboratory, but these robots made of DNA reveal that a new caner treatment more »