Oct 15-16: Peruvian League Against Cancer

Genetic clues can separate stomach cancer into two distinct types : Cancer Research UK

The researchers also found that the two tumour types responded differently to chemotherapy treatment. The chemotherapy drugs 5-fluorouracil and oxaliplatin were more effective in treating intestinal tumours, while diffuse tumours responded better to the drug cisplatin.

Deborah Rhodes: A tool that finds 3x more breast tumors, and why it’s not available to you

Stacey Kramer: The best gift I ever survived

Endoscopic procedure removes Early Gastric Cancer – ALDEA GLOBAL:: – nacioncom

via nacion.com
Our friend Dr Sergio Con-Chin is interviewed by a Costa Rican newspaper about the ingenious Japanese technique called endoscopic submucosal dissection (ESD)
learned at the National Cancer Center (Tsukiji, Tokyo).
Please click the photo to read the whole interview in Spanish.

Capsule Endoscopy


2 weeks ago I had the opportunity to undergo capsule endoscopy.Capsule endoscopy is a way to record images of the digestive tube.
The capsule is the size and shape of a pill and contains a tiny camera. After a patient swallows the capsule, it takes pictures of the inside of the gastrointestinal tract.


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William Li: Can we eat to starve cancer?

Eat food that can scientifically reduce cancer development…!!!

Posted via web from MAGIC

For example:

Pancreatic Cancer – Symptoms

What Are the Symptoms of Pancreatic Cancer?

Early pancreatic cancers cause few symptoms, most of which are vague. Because signs and symptoms of most pancreatic cancer may be mistaken for less-serious digestive problems, the disease is rarely detected before it has spread to nearby tissues or distant organs through the bloodstream or lymphatic system.

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Happy 2010…!!!

For a better tomorrow…
For a new hope…
For a challenging year without pain and suffering…
For every friend here standing against cancer…
Our best wishes.

Happy 2010.

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Q: What about the Maruyama Vaccine?

QUESTION from Tokyo, Japan

To answer this interesting question, we searched in first in google for “maruyama vaccine” and got 4.290 entries. Then we checked with PubMed for “maruyama vaccine” and found 11 entries:

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