Tattoos increase the risk of cancer by 20%

Researchers from Lund University in Sweden found that people with tattoos had a 21% higher risk of developing lymphoma than people without tattoos, reports the Daily Mail. Lymphoma is a type of cancer that attacks white blood cells, which are critical to...

Humanity Beats the Cancer Curse: 7 Innovative Cancer Treatments That Will Change the World

According to the World Health Organization, in 2020 alone, cancer caused the death of about 10 million people worldwide. But medicine is developing, and scientists have made a significant breakthrough in the treatment of cancer. Significant expansion of scientific knowledge of human biology by…

What to eat to reduce your risk of cancer: doctor's advice

Cancer has many risk factors. Some of them - such as gender, age and family history - cannot be controlled. But others, like diet, can be managed, Fox News reports. Plant foods, among other things, can minimize the risk of disease, an expert says. It has been proven that...

Kate Middleton has been diagnosed with cancer and is undergoing chemotherapy

The Princess of Wales (Kate Middleton) has been diagnosed with cancer. Kensington Palace announced that she is currently undergoing chemotherapy. The princess recorded a video message in which she said the tumor was discovered during tests done following abdominal surgery she had in January. According to her...

Charles III diagnosed with cancer

Britain's King Charles III has been diagnosed with cancer, the type of which has not been determined. It is not prostate cancer, but it was discovered during recent treatment for an enlarged prostate, reports the BBC. The king began “regular treatment” on February 4 and will postpone public duties, the...

Scientists managed to destroy 99% of cancer cells using vibrating molecules

Scientists have discovered a new way to destroy cancer cells. Stimulating aminocyanin molecules with near-infrared light led to their synchronous vibrations, sufficient to destroy the membranes of cancer cells. Science Alert reported in more detail. Aminocyanin molecules are already used in bioimaging as synthetic dyes.…

'I'm not done living': Shannen Doherty reveals her cancer has spread to her bones

Shannen Doherty, star of Beverly Hills, 90210, was diagnosed with stage four breast cancer in 2019. The cancer has since spread to the bones, reports Eonline. Shannen Doherty is focused on moving forward despite her heartbreaking health battle. After more than...

Alcohol and Oncology: How Drinking Affects Your Risk of Cancer

A new study has shown a link between alcohol and a significantly higher risk of developing several forms of cancer, in particular breast, colon and oral cavity cancers. The publication Ukrainian Pravda told in more detail. The increased risk was noticeable even among those who drink alcohol ...

Harmless habits that contribute to the development of cancer, even if you lead a healthy lifestyle

At first glance, completely harmless habits, such as sitting for a long time, burning scented candles, unwillingness to take care of the oral cavity and adhere to a healthy diet, can directly or indirectly affect the occurrence of cancer. What habits are favorable for the development of cancer, Novoye Vremya told ...

A man and his three children died of cancer: a rare hereditary syndrome provokes different types of tumors

A Brazilian father who lost three children to cancer has tragically died from the same hereditary disease, according to NewYorkPost. The family's youngest child, Beatrice, died of leukemia in 2018 at just 10 years old. Son Pedro died of a brain tumor in...

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