Posts Categorized: Cancer

Sugar: Does it cause cancer?

Does sugar feed cancer? Not exactly. There is no current evidence that shows a direct link between sugar intake and cancer growth! But, here’s what we do know: A diet high in simple or added sugar increases our risk for diabetes, which is linked to an increased risk for cancer Excess body weight can also…
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Are e-cigarettes less harmful?

With lung cancer awareness month upon us, and many new insights into electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes), it seems the perfect time to discuss these new and emerging products. Though they have been around for over a decade now, popularity continues to grow and new e-cigarette devices hit the market frequently. Originally touted as a device to…
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Do you know your options when it comes to prostate cancer treatment?

The American Brachytherapy Society recently found that many men diagnosed with prostate cancer aren’t presented with a highly effective minimally invasive treatment option: prostate brachytherapy seed implants. Prostate brachytherapy is a treatment option for men diagnosed with prostate cancer with disease confined to the prostate. Depending on the aggressiveness of the disease, patients can be…
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Sexual health for cancer survivors

“How’s your sex life?” Did your oncologist ask you this question at any time during your cancer experience? Chances are they didn’t. Statistically, less than 50 percent of cancer patients report having had any conversation with their doctors about their sexual health. Why is this? You are getting a lot of information and maybe you…
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