Category Archives: Cancer research

Let’s just remember Mount Sinai has the monopoly

So the ACSH reports on the ongoing saga that is the WTC disaster, and now, like Agent Orange, and Gulf War Syndrome, a cottage industry of medical care and advocacy has developed.

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Let’s talk smoking cigarettes

It’s worth a little reality testing.

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Tony Gwynn’s parotid cancer, not tobacco caused

Sure everyone and particularly the American Cancer Society, would like to blame Tobacco for everything, including unhappiness… BUT

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Alert, alert, 3 mile island caused bad thyroid cancer, really for real

This report is crap–but it is reported as a phenomenon that is associated with the non event at 3 mile island.

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Chemophobe vaccine Discussed by ACSH

For many years now I have been a fan of the American Council on Science and Health and am honored to be on their advisory panel.

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Breast Cancer mammography screening guidance

Waddu I no–well I know there continues a big row about mammography.

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Racial Ethnic differences in breast cancer cases

Not being afraid to declare that people are different is a start.

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Prostate Cancer is a bugabear–over or under treatment is the problem

This paper recommends MRI PET as better for deciding the nature of the malignancy.

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Obesity and breast cancer risk

The recent study I put up on breast cancer mortality increased by obesity, was properly pointed out by one of our commenters as improperly titled. The Study was about survival from Breast cancer being reduced for obese women.

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Fat women at higher risk with breast cancer

Not really a surprise, since we know there are hormonal factors and fat stores hormones. However the authors point out other contradictory studies in their background statement.

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Stem Cell Medical Trials with errors–woops

People reading this web site are constantly pointing out my spelling or grammatical errors.

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Fruits, Veggies don’t reduce Cancer–Imagine that

Don’t you sometimes wonder how I can stand it–all these rules and declarations by nannies and elites that turn out to be nothin’?

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Another Lancet chemophobic crackup

The people at Lancet have gone off their meds again.

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Organic Food is Healthier–right chemophobes?

So let’s consider organic food and how it might rate on the “healthy” scale.

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From the sounds too good to be true department

Exact Sciences Corp. (Nasdaq: EXAS) today announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) Molecular and Clinical Genetics Panel of the Medical Devices Advisory Committee determined by a unanimous vote of 10 to zero that Exact Sciences has demonstrated safety, effectiveness and a favorable risk benefit profile of Cologuard ®, the company’s stool-based DNA (sDNA), non-invasive colorectal cancer screening test.

Reiki–Try Some Magic

I am an ignorant person, I will admit.

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The viral test and the Pap Test–Complementary

One more time. Papilloma virus is very much a player in cervical cancer, and it has an impact of significance in some other cancers.

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New Treatment for Esophageal Cancer–Cool

In the past cancer of the esophagus was a difficult and problematic cancer to treat. This is a breakthrough.

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Markers for Leukemia

A study that shows that Chronic Lymphocyte Leukemia CLL has a marker.

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Cancer–scary

In the recent past Milloy and I looked into the irresponsible overdiagnosis of cancers of the skin.

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