Cancer

Israeli Scientists Announce ‘Complete Cure’ for Cancer is Coming Soon

Israeli scientists clai they’ve made a breakthrough in devising a cure for cancer that could be proven within the year. Known as MuTaTo, or multi-targit toxin, the new anti-cancer drug is being touted as “a disruption technology of the highest order,” according to The Jerusalem Post. Dan Aridor, the head of Accelerated Evolution Biotechnologies Ltd (AEBi), told the paper that his small team of scientists had developed...

London patient becomes second to be cured of HIV After Undergoing Stem Cell Transplant Treatment

A second patient has been cured of HIV after undergoing stem cell transplant treatment, doctors said Tuesday, after finding no trace of infection 30 months after he stopped traditional treatment. The so-called "London Patient", a cancer sufferer originally from Venezuela, made headlines last year when researchers at the University of Cambridge reported they had found no trace of the AIDS-causing virus in his blood for...

Men Must Have Sex At Least 21 Times A Month To Avoid Prostate Cancer (VIDEO)

According to a female researcher at Harvard University in a journal called the European Urology, men who engage in frequent sexual activity stand the chance of evading prostate cancer. In the conclusion, men are advise to ejaculate at least 21 times every month and 5 times a week. Ladies are called upon to help men for frequent ejaculation to escape A doctor with Amuzu Herbal clinic...

Man With Breast Cancer Rejected From Support Group Because Of His Gender

A man who was diagnosed with breast cancer says he was made to feel ‘isolated and lonely’ after an online support group declined his membership because of his gender. David McCallion, 55, who is a community worker from Manchester, United Kingdom was told he would have to have a mastectomy and feared his condition could be hereditary as his mum also had breast cancer. Desperate...

Malawi Likely to Start Manufacturing AIDS, Cancer Drugs

By Bright Malenga Malawi has chances to start manufacturing drugs for life-threatening diseases such as HIV/AIDS and cancer among others. This is according to President Peter Mutharika after meeting officials from Cipla Quality Chemical Industries in United Kingdom. “Today, I met in audience Mr. Emmanuel Katongole, Executive Chairman of Cipla Quality Chemical Industries Limited. During the meeting, we discussed the possibility of setting up a pharmaceutical plant...

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