CBC Journalism and Who is Linda Venus?

Many of you remember the hatched job from CBC last week presented as “Investigative Journalism about Thermography”. As always, there is more than meets the eye in this well orchestrated campaign that aims to discredit thermography, influence the public and … Read MoreRead More

Apigenin, Found In Celery And Parsley, Could Help Fight Breast Cancer

A substance found in celery and parsley could pack a powerful punch against breast cancer, according to a new study in mice. Researchers from the University of Missouri found that apigenin seems to have an effect on certain kinds of … Read MoreRead More

Lessons from Toronto’s Jackie Smith as she dies of cancer

By: Leslie Scrivener – Toronto Star Feature Writer   It’s a busy weekday morning as Jackie Smith boards the subway at High Park station. She’s on her way to Sunnybrook’s Odette Cancer Centre. She’ll have five minutes of what’s known as … Read MoreRead More

Breast cancer in men is especially deadly since men often ignore the signs due to belief they aren’t at risk

The American Cancer Society estimates 1 in 1,000 men will get breast cancer, versus 1 in 8 women Men rarely get breast cancer, but those who do often don’t survive as long as women, largely because they don’t even realize … Read MoreRead More

97% of Terminal Cancer Patients Previously Had This Dental Procedure…

Do you have a chronic degenerative disease? If so, have you been told, “It’s all in your head?” Well, that might not be that far from the truth… the root cause of your illness may be in your mouth. There is a … Read MoreRead More

Pro-life Lobbying Succeeds in Convincing Breast Cancer Charity Komen to Discontinue Funding for Planned Parenthood

democracynow.org – The nation’s leading breast cancer charity is under intense scrutiny for its decision to cut-off funding for breast cancer screening programs run by Planned Parenthood. The Susan G. Komen for the Cure has confirmed it is withdrawing support … Read MoreRead More

Breast Cancer Screening Guide Says Skip Exams

Routine mammograms, self-exams and MRIs not needed for most women under 50 Clinical breast exams are no longer routinely recommended for women at average risk of breast cancer, according to new Canadian guidelines. That’s the main change in Monday’s updated … Read MoreRead More

Mammography Injury Sparks Civil Lawsuit – Cancer followed pain and bruising

BY LOUISE DICKSON, TIMES COLONIST A Victoria woman is suing a mammography technician and the operators of the B.C. Mammography Screening Clinic for negligence after she was injured during a routine mammogram in October 2008. Joy Ann McKerr’s 10day civil … Read MoreRead More