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  • Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

    Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

    Each year during the month of March, patients, survivors, health care providers, and many others whose lives have been touched by colorectal cancer come together to help spread awareness about this deadly disease.

    Colorectal cancer actually refers to any cancer …

      Top 5 Cancer Stories of 2012

      2012 Cancer Stories

      As the year of 2012 comes to an end, we wanted to look back at some of the biggest headlines from this memorable year. Some of these stories made us cry, some made us angry, and some showed us the …

        The Holistic Approach to Cancer Treatment

        Most people are probably at least somewhat familiar with the more conventional forms of cancer treatment: chemotherapy, surgery, radiation, immunotherapy, etc. However, these conventional approaches do not always serve as the best option available for the cancer patient. In …

          Lung Cancer Awareness Month: No One Deserves to Die

          November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month, and that means that people all across the country will be showing their support for the lung cancer community. We wanted to show our support this year with some info detailing the impact that …

            Breast Cancer Screening – Oh How Our Views Have Changed

            In 2009, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force officially recommended that women from the ages of 50 to 74 should get a mammogram every two years. Over the years though, women with no medical history of breast cancer risk factors …

              What an Obama Presidency Has Meant for Cancer Research

              While campaigning for the Presidency in 2008, President Obama and his running mate Joe Biden had been pretty vocal about the continued need for federal funding of cancer research.

              During the 2008 campaign, they even published their plan to effectively …

                What a Mitt Romney Presidency Means for Cancer Research

                Mitt Romney Cancer Research

                As we edge closer to November and the 2012 Presidential Election, there has been plenty of discussion about the differences between Mitt Romney and President Obama. A key factor for many people is the stance that these two men take …

                  Jose Padilla vs. Leukemia

                  We were recently contacted by Jonathan Goudy, a Utah Valley University entrepreneur student. One of his fellow classmates was diagnosed with cancer this semester and for their final project, the entrepreneur class is raising money for him. They made a …

                  The Anatomy of an Asbestos Lawsuit

                  Asbestos was a popular mineral because of its affordability and many commercial applications. The minerals are able to absorb well, it is strong and is resistant to fire, heat and electricity. While these qualities made Asbestos popular for building and …