Cancer Survivor

HIIT (High-Intensity Interval Training) Might Help Stop Cancer Cells From Growing

HIIT (High-Intensity Interval Training) Might Help Stop Cancer Cells From Growing

New research provides further evidence that staying active could play a serious preventive role. Read on…

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Do You Know the Benefits of Walking?

From preventing heart attacks, strokes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, breast cancer, colon cancer and depression – many of us are not paying sufficient attention to the benefits of walking. Research shows yo’re likely to live longer if you walk at least: 5.5 miles/ week or 10.5 or 15.5 miles/ week? Answer: 5.5 miles/ …

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Seattle Scientist Summits Mt. Kilimanjaro to Fight Cancer, Raise Money

Imagine hiking at an altitude of 17,000 to 18,000 feet (5182 – 5486 m) for hours. You’re exhausted walking back to camp, but then you’re greeted with 100 or more people singing loudly. This is exactly how the guides, porters, cooks, and crew greeted 27 Climb to Fight Cancer climbers on Mt. Kilimanjaro each day …

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A Stage 4 Cancer diagnosis and my Husband’s Death prompted me to Run my first Marathon

Nancy Gifford fell into a depression. Here’s how running helped her cope with it. COURTESY OF NANCY GIFFORD In 2014, Nancy Gifford, now 46, of Herriman, Utah, and her husband, Randy, had been married for less than two years, and were enjoying life with her two teenage sons, Sebastian and Nathaniel. They decided they wanted …

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How my Carcinoma was Treated - Part 2 - Featured

How my Carcinoma was Treated – Part 2

Towards the end of the article ‘How my Carcinoma was Treated‘ I quoted Dr. Brain Sher “the carcinoma is finally dead…” – he stated. Approximately 8 months later I noticed new growths in areas that had undergone treatment. I returned to Dr. Sher who after tests stated that seedlings had been left behind and they …

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Breast Cancer Myths and Facts

Can antiperspirants cause breast cancer? A: You may have heard that chemicals in these products can get into your body through razor nicks and cause the disease. Here’s some peace of mind: Experts say there’s no evidence this is true. Most breast lumps aren’t cancer No need to panic if you find one on your chest. …

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How my Carcinoma was Treated

How my Carcinoma was Treated

Dr. Brian Sher looked at me and said: You have what is referred to as “Superficial Basal Cell Carcinoma”. I felt a bit shaken. Four weeks later Dr. Sher stated that the carcinoma was dead. Fantastic news for me! I had been worrying about a couple of growths on my forehead for some time but …

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Pictures of Skin Tags, Cysts, Lumps and Bumps And When To Call A Doctor

Pictures of Skin Tags, Cysts, Lumps and Bumps And When To Call A Doctor

Skin lumps and bumps can pop up from time to time. Learn what’s normal and what to show a doctor. 1/14 Keloids A keloid is a bump of scar tissue that grows past a wound’s bounds. It may keep growing weeks after your skin heals. More common in dark skin, keloids can form anywhere, but …

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Hugh Jackman has had Four Skin Cancers in 18 Months

Hugh Jackman has been very open about his skin cancers since first discovering Basal Cell Carcinoma on his nose in 2013. And as the Australian actor attempts to raise awareness about the disease, which is especially prevalent in his home country, he has revealed to WHO magazine that he has in fact now had four skin cancers …

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