03/25/2013 (press release: [email protected]) // Marietta, GA, USA // Clay Owen Curing Kids Cancer announced the 2012 recipients of $495,000 in grants that will go toward innovative programs and groundbreaking research that will save children’s lives. “Finding cures for childhood cancers requires finding doctors and research facilities that are breaking new...

11/19/2012 (press release: Stefanie’s Team of Hope) // Columbus, Ohio Stefanie’s Team of Hope raised over $365,000 for Pelotonia 12, making the team the #1 non-corporate fundraising peloton in the event for the third year in a row. All of the funds raised will go to life-saving cancer research at The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center-James Cancer...

04/11/2011 // Chicago, IL, USA // Mesothelioma Lawyers – Cooney & Conway // Cooney & Conway Compared to other forms of cancer, mesothelioma is particularly aggressive and deadly. Why? The disease—almost always caused by asbestos exposure—is typically detected only in its advanced stages, when treatment options are of limited effectiveness. The study...

02/21/2011 // Chicago, IL, USA // Mesothelioma Lawyers – Cooney & Conway // Cooney & Conway Sherwood “Sher” Temkin, who, with his wife, Libby, had long advocated and financed cancer screenings and research, has succumbed himself to mesothelioma, an aggressive, incurable cancer that is nearly always caused by asbestos exposure. Temkin’s death, in...

10/05/2010 // US // Get Cancer Answers // News Desk San Francisco – New research suggests poverty and other factors have an effect on after care for cancer patients. As reported by HealthDay News, patients without private health insurance, African Americans, and poor individuals are more negatively impacted in terms of diagnosis, treatment, and survival when they develop...

09/29/2010 // US // Get Cancer Answers // News Desk London – A new study suggests women’s risks of developing endometrial cancer can be significantly cut by exercise. As reported by the Associated Press (AP), researchers found that physical activity can decrease risks by 30 percent. Lead author of the study Steven Moore of the National Cancer Institute, is quoted...

09/07/2010 // US // Get Cancer Answers // News Desk North Texas – A group of women are banning together for a unique means of raising awareness about cancer. As reported by CBS 11 News, “46 Mommas,” a group of women with children who have had cancer, will shave their heads for a fundraising event to be held in Los Angeles Friday to raise money for cancer research....

NaturalNews.com – Diets high in red and processed meats have long been associated with cancer of the large intestine. Now, however, for the first time scientists have looked at whether eating meat and other animal fats is also linked to cancers of the small intestine. Their findings show yet again what natural health advocates have said for years: red meat and diets...