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January 23, 2005

Drinking Human Breast Milk to Cure Cancer

"A 59-year-old American has been drinking breast milk for the past four years in a bid to fight cancer."

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January 21, 2005

Black Americans and Esophageal Cancer

Even though surgery can extend the lives of many people with esophageal cancer, only 25 percent of black Americans have the procedure compared to 46 percent of white patients, a new study reports. (Yahoo)

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January 11, 2005

Olive Oil May Cut Breast Cancer risk

"US researchers have found a compound in olive oil that may explain why a Mediterranean diet appears to help protect woman from developing breast cancer."

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January 4, 2005

Early Detection Key to Cervical Cancer Prevention

"Early detection is important with any type of cancer, but that advantage is especially apparent with regard to cervical cancer. A Pap test, used to screen for the disease, allows physicians to detect and remove cells in their pre-cancerous state."

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