Category Archives: Cancer

The Impact Of Smoking On Health

Smoking has been linked to a set of chronic diseases, and cancers:

smoking related diseases

The conclusions from reports of general surgeons in the US have evolved from a few  associations in 1964 to a robust body of evidence documenting the health consequences from both active smoking and exposure to secondhand smoke across a range of diseases and organ systems. In 2004 a report concluded that smoking affects nearly every organ of the body, and the evidence in this report provides even more support for that finding.

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Charting a New Course for a System in Crisis Conventional Treatments – Alternative or Complementary Treatments

Nowadays, more and more people are turning to alternative and or complementary treatments to treat their diseases. Complementary and Alternative treatments are often interchangeable terms although initially alternative treatments was meant to be used instead of conventional treatments, it is now often used together with conventional treatments to treat illnesses, given the name Complementary Treatments .

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The Lymphatic System and Cancer

The lymphatic system is a big part of the body’s immune system and a subset of the circulatory system. It is composed of lymphatic vessels, lymphatic nodes and of the body’s organs, most importantly the spleen. The main function is to carry lymph through the body’s lymph vessels in an upward motion towards the heart. Although the lymphatic system is responsible for transporting nutrients, proteins and white blood cells to fight infections, it can also be a method of transportation for diseases to spread such as cancer.

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The Power of Nature – Asparagus From Kidney Stones to Cancer

I am a biochemist, and have specialized in the relation of diet to health for over 50 years. Several years ago, I learned of the discovery of Richard R. Vensal, D.D.S. that asparagus might cure cancer. Since then, I have worked with him on his project.

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