Monthly Archives: August 2009

‘Hedgehog’ Pathway May Hold Key To Anti-Cancer Therapy

Scientists in Switzerland have discovered a way to block the growth of human colon cancer… Read More »

Historical facts about the dangers (and failures) of vaccines

(NaturalNews) Vaccines are the quackery of modern medicine. Mass vaccination programs not only fail to… Read More »

Avoid Table Salt: Learn Why You Should Switch to Unrefined Sea Salt

(NaturalNews) Most modern health problems that have been linked to sodium are actually caused by… Read More »

Use Common-Sense Lifestyle Tips for Longevity

(NaturalNews) Most of us would all like to live longer and have a better quality… Read More »

Diarrheal bacterial linked to colon cancer

BALTIMORE, Aug. 31 (UPI) — U.S. researchers, in studies involving mice, link a diarrhea-causing bacteria… Read More »

‘Cancer hope’ from WWII-era drug

One of the earliest chemotherapy drugs appears to work against a genetic fault that triggers… Read More »

Many not applying for free drugs

Nearly two thirds of the cancer patients in England have not applied for free medicines,… Read More »

DRL seeks USFDA help to make cancer drug clone

US-based biotech firm Celgene, the innovator, has declined to make the drug samples available to… Read More »

SH2D4A regulates cell proliferation via the ERalpha/PLC-gamma/PKC pathway.

In this study we investigated the function of SH2D4A in human embryonic kidney (HEK) 293… Read More »

Kv1.3 voltage-gated K(+) channel subunit as a potential diagnostic marker and therapeutic target for breast cancer.

Authors: Jang SH, Kang KS, Ryu PD, Lee SY Voltage-gated K(+) (Kv) channels are widely… Read More »

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