cancer Archives - Page 3 of 4 - NFCR

cancer

Taste the Cancer-Fighting Power of Kale

Early research shows that a diet containing the powerful antioxidant vitamin K may reduce the overall risk of cancer. Try this nutritious, delicious cancer-fighting recipe that’s perfect this time of year....

Read more

NFCR’s Genomics Newsroom: Discovery of New Lung Cancer Mutation

The U.S. FDA approved the first and only drug to treat people with advanced non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) whose tumors express the ROS1+ mutation....

Read more

Art with a Heart

Sales from Dana Rosenberg's artwork during September and October 2016 will fund cancer research via NFCR, Shriner’s Hospital for Children & St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital....

Read more

Taste the Cancer-Fighting Power of Curcumin

Some studies have shown curcumin may be helpful in treating or preventing certain cancers. Cook with the spice TUMERIC - it’s active ingredient is curcumin....

Read more

What You Should Know About the 2016-2017 Influenza Season

Before we know it, Autumn will be here.  Along with cooler temperatures, colorful leaves, pumpkin patches and football games comes flu season.  The flu can wreak havoc.  Every year, millions of people get sick, hundreds of thousands are hospitalized and thousands die from the flu.[1] What do cancer patients & survivors-…...

Read more

Welcoming Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan

We are pleased to welcome Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan as the newest way to earn with Fly to Find a Cure.  Along with its Global Partners, Alaska Mileage Plan offers its members the ability to earn and redeem miles to over 800 destinations around the world.  With this new earning opportunity, you…...

Read more

Cancer–Fighting Cocoa

What could be a better, healthier option than dark chocolate? When it comes to fighting cancer, the answer is simple: Cocoa!...

Read more

How To Talk to Kids About Cancer

Of the many questions we get asked, among the most difficult is the question, “How do I talk to my child about cancer?” Cancer is not contagious. Cancer is also not a singular disease but any of a group of medical issues that begin with abnormal cell growth. We can…...

Read more