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“It also found that the government has been locked in a cancer-fighting paradigm that has failed to look at the complexity of cancer causation and, in so doing, has missed the opportunity to create a national campaign for cancer prevention.”
“Dogs, which have strong genetic similarities with humans, get many of the same types of cancers as people and have similar responses to cancer-fighting drugs.”
“For example, the cancer-fighting drug paclitaxel is derived from the bark of the Pacific yew tree, and lycopene which may help prevent heart disease and cancer comes from tomatoes.”
“Diet: Throughout my cancer journey, I've been learning about cancer-fighting foods with specifics about what to eat and avoid.”
“Because of such compelling evidence that tumeric has some incredible cancer-fighting properties, his colleagues were convinced and many clinical trials have since been launched.”
“The California Mushroom Farm in Ventura, Calif., together with the Mushroom Council, has provided $50,000 to City of Hope's research on mushrooms' cancer-fighting potential.”
“And today we're going to talk about carbon used to make everything from cancer-fighting drugs to molecules that could lead to new computer screens.”
“Future research should explore IL-25's cancer-fighting properties and its relationship to the receptor, they said.”
“There is growing evidence that apples are rich in cancer-fighting phytochemicals.”
“Maximizing your intake of omega-3 fats, monounsaturated fats, nuts and seeds give you powerful cancer-fighting tools.”
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