March 19, 2019
[Editor’s Note] This post was originally published in March 2016. It has been updated and republished in March 2019.
Having secured a rich history in many ancient Asian healing practices, medicinal mushrooms have been prescribed and used for countless ailments for thousands of years. As modern medicine rediscovers these ancient superfoods, there is good evidence that mushrooms are among the most powerful functional food in a growing cancer-fighting and cancer-prevention arsenal.
Read more: 5 Medicinal Mushrooms That Fight Cancer — The Truth About Cancer
(NaturalHealth365) When cancer is diagnosed, many patients choose to treat the disease with chemotherapy. But it appears that “chemo” carries health risks not only for the patients receiving it, but for those who care for them.
In fact, studies have revealed that family members of cancer patients can be exposed to chemotherapy drugs (which are hazardous carcinogens themselves) through exposure to the patient’s body fluids. The researchers also found contamination of ordinary household surfaces – up to 48 hours after the treatment was administered. Read more
via Chemotherapy treatment places entire family and healthcare workers at risk — Natural Health 365
(Natural News) A potato virus may hold the key to triggering an anti-tumor immune response that could help treat cancer, a new study suggests. A team of researchers from Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine have revealed that they have successfully altered virus particles into “cancer drug delivery devices for mice.” However, the team shared that…Read more
via Potato virus found to activate an anti-tumor immune response; it works on its own or in conjunction with traditional cancer treatments — NaturalNews.com