Metabolomic Detection of Early-Stage Ovarian Cancer

A detection method for early-stage ovarian cancer has been developed using ultrahigh–pressure liquid chromatography–high-resolution mass spectrometry (UHPLC–HRMS) in combination with tandem MS–MS.1 Ovarian cancer is the biggest killer of all gynaecological cancers and the fifth–leading cause of death among women in the United States. via Metabolomic Detection of Early-Stage Ovarian Cancer | LCGC.

Vaccines made from cancer tumors

Vaccines Will be Made from Human Cancer Tumors   Unbelievably, the method of producing vaccines using cells that are derived directly from human cancer tumors has been approved even though the vaccines may induce cancer in recipients. This method is cheaper and faster than breeding animals for the culture media – and human cancer tumors … Continue reading Vaccines made from cancer tumors

How Random Is Cancer? A New Study Adds to the Answer

New research takes on the concept that most cancer is random

Save Doctor Burzynski’s Life-Saving Cancer Treatment – URGENT

The Texas Medical Board is bringing highly questionable charges against Dr. Burzynski in a proceeding scheduled to begin this Thursday, November 19. If charges are not dropped cancer patients will not have the freedom to choose this life-saving treatment. This Witch Hunt has been going on for years. They are relentless in their pursuit of … Continue reading Save Doctor Burzynski’s Life-Saving Cancer Treatment – URGENT

Sleep and Cancer & Benefits of Sleeping

Red Meat Is Now A Carcinogen : WHO

Our four legged creatures are safe?

Five Practical Tips for Newly Diagnosed Cancer Patients

Spirituality, Meditation and Energy Healing Cancer?!?  Oh God no.  Am I going to die? From 2003-11, I had the unique opportunity to work as an Energy Healer at the PeaceHealth Cancer Center in Bellingham, WA.  I learned an enormous amount about cancer from some truly incredible patients.   Here’s some of what I discovered. When someone … Continue reading Five Practical Tips for Newly Diagnosed Cancer Patients

A Bitter Kind of Medicine

As readers know, I was diagnosed with stage III squamous cell carcinoma, head and neck, early 2013.  It hadn’t been bothering me and from photos must have been there at least a decade but I wanted to know what it was. Apparently delaying chemo, radiation and surgery even a month would prove fatal – all … Continue reading A Bitter Kind of Medicine

Researchers may have found secret to why elephants never get cancer. And it could mean big things for humans

Elephants may hold the key to fighting cancer after scientists found that they carry a large number of genes that suppress tumours


Today was the big appointment with my oncologist during which I planned to tell her, vehemently, that I had broken up with tamoxifen, and that I had already noticed a significant improvement in my quality of life. I had my argument planned in my head, had all my answers, research and sass ready. To say I was resolute would … Continue reading DEAR TAMOXIFEN, THANK YOU AND GOODBYE