A SIMPLE NEW MUSCLE TEST THAT CAN CATCH CANCER EVEN BEFORE ITS FIRST STAGE

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A SIMPLE NEW MUSCLE TEST THAT CAN CATCH CANCER EVEN BEFORE ITS FIRST STAGE (© 28 July 2017: Dr. V.M. Palaniappan, Ph.D. vmpalaniappan@gmail.com) (Free Google service is sincerely acknowledged)  TED talks bring us information that is truly worth listening/learning. I became much interested when I saw the YouTube posting of such a talk, presented in

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EXCESSIVE USE OF MULTIVITAMINS CAN INCREASE PROSTATE CANCER

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1. CAN THE EXCESSIVE USE OF MULTIVITAMINS INCREASE PROSTATE CANCER RISK?   ( 15 February, 2012: Dr.V.M.Palaniappan, Ph.D.)   According to a new study by NIH, USA:  There have found the existence of some evidence suggesting that Vitamin-E and Selenium can protect against prostate cancer.  At the same time, they have also found that excessive use of the supplements can increase

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FREQUENT MASTURBATIONS CAN REDUCE PROSTATE CANCER RISK

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FREQUENT MASTURBATIONS CAN REDUCE PROSTATE CANCER RISK (Copyright: 12 February 2013: Dr.V.M.Palaniappan, Ph.D.) A study (Giles et al, 2003, BBC News, 2003) has shown that the prostate cancer risk reduced significantly in those men who had masturbated more than 5 times a week Frequent sexual intercourse is said to be associated with reduced risk for prostate

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REDUCTION OF PROSTATE CANCER RISK

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REDUCTION OF  PROSTATE CANCER RISK(© 10.2.2012: Dr. V.M. Palaniappan, Ph.D.)  Medications, medical procedures and medical conditions are also said to have some relations to prostate cancer. Daily use of anti-inflammatory medicines such as aspirin, ibuprofen, or naproxen may reduce prostate cancer risk (Schannon et al, 2005).   My Interpretation:    In the first place, whenever

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HIGH CALCIUM & HEAVY VITAMIN USE CAN INCREASE PROSTATE CANCER

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 HIGH CALCIUM and HEAVY VITAMIN USE  CAN INCREASE PROSTATE CANCER(© 9 February, 2012: Dr.V.M.Palaniappan, Ph.D.)            High calcium intake has been linked to prostate cancer.    According to Carmen Rodriguez of American Cancer Society (ACS), calcium may play an important role in the development of prostate cancer.     All those taking in 2,000 mg or more had over four times

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SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES & OBESITY CAN INCREASE PROSTATE CANCER RISKS

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SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES  and OBESITY CAN INCREASE  PROSTATE CANCER RISKS     (© 2 February 2012: Dr.V.M.Palaniappan,Ph.D.) Infection or inflammation of the prostate may increase the chance of prostate cancer. In particular, sexually transmitted diseases seem to increase the risk (Dennis et al, 2002). Obesity can also increase the risk for prostate cancer (Calle et al, 2003). My Interpretation: It is the accumulation

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CERTAIN FOODS CAN CONTRIBUTE TO PROSTATE CANCER

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   CERTAIN FOODS CAN CONTRIBUTE TO      PROSTATE CANCER    (© 7 February, 2012: Dr. V.M.Palaniappan, Ph.D.)        I read the following news:   Dietary amounts of certain foods, vitamins, and minerals  can contribute to prostate cancer risk       (Gann and Giovannuchi, 2006).  The following is MY interpretation. Please see if this makes sense:              Although the above statement appears to

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WHY SHOULD OBESE MEN WITH PROSTATE CANCER FACE HIGHER DEATH RISK

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WHY SHOULD OBESE MEN  WITH PROSTATE CANCER  FACE HIGHER DEATH RISK.(©: 6 February 2012: Dr.V.M.Palaniappan, Ph.D.) A study finds it that the obese men with prostate cancer face higher death risk. It finds 2.6 fold increase in chance of dying compared to normal weight men (Hutchinson (2007; ScoutNews, 2007).      My Interpretation (as is presented in

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CAUSES FOR PROSTATE CANCER

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CAUSES and POSSIBLE CURE for PROSTATE CANCER(© 2 February 2012: Dr.V.M.Palaniappan, Ph.D.) (Source: Palaniappan, V.M. 2010. Cancer: Causes, Cure and Prevention: ISBN: 978-967-9988-14-7. 624 pp)May I present here some basic information related to any one of the cancers so that the method for creating (or curing) a cancer in a healthy person can be understood in the right perspective.Although

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CANCERS CAN BE CREATED IN HEALTHY PEOPLE

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CANCERS CAN BE CREATED IN HEALTHY PEOPLE.  ( © 31 January 2012: Dr.V.M.Palaniappan, Ph.D.)PROSTATE GLAND CAN BE ENLARGED, AND PSA READINGS CAN BE RAISED, AND/OR REDUCED.The following statement forms one of the definitions of science:To call something scientific, you should be able to create that something, undo it, and re-do or re-create it. If you

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