The Amazing Antioxidants in Artichokes

[i] https://organicfacts.net/health-benefits/other/health-benefits-of-artichokes.html [ii] https://ods.od.nih.gov/factsheets/VitaminC-Consumer/ [iii] http://foodfacts.mercola.com/artichoke.html

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Start Your Day Right with Cancer-Preventing, Nutrition-Packed Pancakes

Tuesday, March 7th is National Pancake Day! You can celebrate by trying our favorite sugar-free banana oat pancakes. Research links certain types of cancers to obesity, so it’s smart to avoid too much of the typical calorie-laden indulgence. Luckily, we…

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9 Must-Know Facts About Colorectal Cancer

Colorectal cancer (cancer of the colon and rectum) continues to affect millions of men and women worldwide, and understanding the disease and what we can do to prevent it is the first step toward a cure. Colorectal Cancer Statistics Colorectal…

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Decadent, Delicious, Disease-Preventing Dark Chocolate

There are some good health reasons, in addition to good taste reasons, to enjoy chocolate - especially dark chocolate. Let the cancer-fighting powers in!

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Cancer-Curbing Cauliflower: Your Carb Replacement

Cauliflower is one of the most versatile vegetables in the cruciferous family & can be used to replace carbohydrates. Here's a cauliflower recipe & tips.

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8 Proactive Cancer-Preventing Pointers

With cancer continuing to affect the lives of so many, it’s important to try to prevent or reduce cancer risk. Here are eight helpful tips.

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Tasty Tomatoes: Anti-Cancer Attributes & A Healthy Recipe

Tomatoes are a good source of vitamins A, C and E, and the antioxidant lycopene. Studies show that lycopene may help prevent certain types of cancers.

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The Man Who Halted the Growth of Tumors: Dr. Harold F. Dvorak

Research Then & Treatments Now: NFCR-funded scientist Dr. Dvorak's discovery helped pave the way for researchers to develop treatments to halt tumor growth.

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NFCR’s Genomics Newsroom: Using Molecular Imaging to Guide Cancer Therapy

Molecular imaging combines conventional anatomic imaging with genomic testing and enables doctors to literally see cancer at its molecular or genetic level.

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Attention Women: 6 Must-Know Facts About Cervical Cancer

It’s important to understand cervical cancer - the disease known as a “silent killer” - and what women can do to improve our chances of beating it.

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2017: The Year of Cancer Genomics

National Foundation for Cancer Research CEO Franklin Salisbury Jr. predicts: "It looks like 21st century medicine will be about cancer genomics."

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