Breast cancer is, unfortunately, a form of cancer we are all likely more than familiar with. Breast cancer is responsible for roughly 25 per cent of new cancer cases, and is further responsible for 13 per cent of all deaths by cancer among Canadian women. It is estimated that one in eight women will develop … More Fighting breast cancer cells with … weeds?
When we hear the word ‘cancer,’ we often automatically associate the disease with chemotherapy, a highly recognized and highly aggressive drug used to combat cancer in the body. While chemotherapy is often an effective cancer treatment, it can unfortunately leave someone who endures its severity with several long-term conditions and side effects as a result … More Killing cancer without chemo
Cancer. How does the word resonate with you? Nowadays, it seems as though each and every single one of us has been affected by cancer in some way. Whether we’ve had it ourselves or know someone in our lives who has, cancer has an uncanny ability of generating unification among us all. While it may … More U.S. cancer rates are declining
Chemotherapy, as we’re all aware, is a harsher than hell drug that takes all sorts of tolls on the human body. Granted, its ability to cure cancer arguably outweighs the negative side effects, but nonetheless, it is a very aggressive drug. Both of my parents have had cancer in the past, though only my mother … More The long-term effects of chemotherapy no one tells you about
Chemo side effects are no joke. I’ve seen one too many people endure the brutal impact of chemotherapy on their bodies, my mom included, and although I have no clue what it’s like to experience these side effects myself, I can guess that they’re pretty friggen awful. There could be good news for those who … More Can milk provide relief from Chemotherapy side effects?