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2008-07-02 18:40:00

Scientists say that adopting just a couple of elements of the Mediterranean diet could cut the risks of developing cancer by 12%. Just using more olive oil alone cuts the risk by 9%, according to a study of 26,000 Greeks. The diet also includes higher amounts of fruits, vegetables, cereals, and less red meat. Men might cut their risk of prostate cancer by adding broccoli to meals, a separate study has found. Spain and Greece have lower rates of illnesses like heart disease. The people...

2008-07-02 06:00:14

A PORTION of broccoli a week can reduce the risk of prostate cancer in men, scientists have found. Nutritionists have discovered a link between eating green vegetables, such as broccoli, sprouts, cabbage and cauliflower, and a reduction in cancer. Tests by the Norwich Institute of Food Research linked eating broccoli to the GSTM1 gene. A group of men at risk of developing prostate cancer were asked to eat an extra 400g portion of broccoli once a week for a year. Eating the vegetable...

2008-07-02 00:00:28

Scientists at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center say they are beginning a human cancer trial to test transfusing specific white blood cells. Lead researcher Zheng Cui announced the study at the Understanding Aging conference in Los Angeles. The study, given the go-ahead by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, will involve treating human cancer patients with white blood cells from healthy young people whose immune systems produce cells with high levels of cancer-fighting...

2008-06-28 21:00:31

RALEIGH, N.C. _ Clinical trials begin this week at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, N.C., on a cancer therapy that has completely cured the disease in every mouse tested over the past few years. The therapy involves the transfusion of white blood cells from cancer-resistant donors into cancer patients, letting loose a uniquely qualified army of disease fighters to attack the invading tumor. Some scientists are skeptical about the move from mice to humans, but others are excited...

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2008-05-08 10:00:00

Researchers reduce protein; stop cancer growth "“ Plan to develop new cancer therapy targetResearchers at the OU Cancer Institute have identified a new gene that causes cancer. The ground-breaking research appears Monday in Nature's cancer journal Oncogene.The gene and its protein, both called RBM3, are vital for cell division in normal cells. In cancers, low oxygen levels in the tumors cause the amount of this protein to go up dramatically. This causes cancer cells to divide...

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2008-03-06 15:10:00

Eat your broccoli! That's the advice from UCLA researchers who have found that a chemical in broccoli and other cruciferous vegetables may hold a key to restoring the body's immunity, which declines as we age. Published in this week's online edition of the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, the study findings show that sulforaphane, a chemical in broccoli, switches on a set of antioxidant genes and enzymes in specific immune cells, which then combat the injurious effects of molecules...

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2008-02-28 13:05:00

A concentrated extract of freeze dried broccoli sprouts cut development of bladder tumors in an animal model by more than half, according to a report in the March 1 issue of Cancer Research, a journal of the American Association for Cancer Research. This finding reinforces human epidemiologic studies that have suggested that eating cruciferous vegetables like broccoli is associated with reduced risk for bladder cancer, according to the study's senior investigator, Yuesheng Zhang, MD, PhD,...

2007-05-02 12:00:09

Next Pharmaceuticals announced today the results of a study that an over-the-counter non-toxic botanical supplement, Nexrutine (Phellodendron amurense), prevents the progression of prostate tumors in mice. The study was conducted in the laboratory of Dr. Pratap Kumar, Department of Urology at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio and is published in the May 1, 2007 edition of Clinical Cancer Research, a prestigious peer-reviewed health journal from American...

2007-04-25 12:00:10

SEATTLE, April 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Onconome, Inc., a privately held Seattle based biotechnology company, today announced the publication of a groundbreaking research study conducted at The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. The study relates to a newly discovered blood protein, ProstaMark(R) EPCA-2 (Early Prostate Cancer Antigen) that could change the way men are screened for prostate cancer, a disease which kills more than 25,000 men each year. The simple to use blood test detected an...

2006-08-31 13:33:41

By Lisa Richwine WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Genetically altered immune cells wiped out tumors in two men with a deadly form of skin cancer and kept the patients disease-free for at least 18 months, U.S. scientists said on Thursday. Fifteen patients did not respond to the treatment, however, and the researchers and other experts said more work was needed to make it more effective. Still, the findings were welcomed as evidence that cancer patients can be successfully treated using gene...