Superblood – New Therapy Targets Deadly Cancers

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Scientists are working on a new treatment to help fight cancers and other deadly diseases by harnessing the untapped potential of the red blood cells. The treatment nicknamed "superblood" is under research by three companies following a similar approach. For this treatment, researchers collect red blood cells from patients. They then modify it to contain anti-cancer or other medications within them and inject back into the patients. This helps to improve the effectiveness of the medicines at the...
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Top 7 Cancer Fighting Foods

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Food plays an essential role in maintaining your daily health. It contains minerals and vitamins which are important for the proper functioning of every system of your body. The food that we consume has a direct impact on your overall body health. In addition to healthy food choices, drinking plenty of water and regular exercise increases your chances of living healthier and longer. Food also helps in fighting diseases. There are certain cancer fighting foods that target and destroy the cancer c...
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Colon Cancer – Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

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Colon is the lowest part of the digestive system. It is the another name for large intestine. The colon helps to absorb water and salts from the stools which then passes through the rectum and finally exits through anus. Colon cancer is the malignant growth in the cells of the large intestine. This cancer usually develops from adenomatous polyps. These are small non-cancerous tumors that form on the walls of the large intestine. Early diagnosis and removal of polyps through colonoscopy preven...
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Melanoma – Symptoms, Causes and Treatment

Melanoma is a serious type of skin cancer. It develops in the cells called melanocytes. These cells produce melanin, the pigment that gives color to your skin. This cancer can develop in the eyes also and rarely in the internal organs such as intestines. In women, it commonly occurs in the legs and in men, mostly on the back. The main cause of melanoma is exposure to ultraviolet light. Some develop from a mole as well. It occurs more commonly in men than women. Symptoms of Melanoma Early sy...
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