The long-term effects of chemo and the guilt that comes with it

Remission isn't necessarily the light at the end of the tunnel after cancer treatment. But what many people don't know is that the long-term side effects of the illness can occour up to 30 years later, patients can become vulnerable to countless other diseases that could be worse than the original, and will need to take series of different medications, as Lori Resnick-Fleishman found out and asks if alternative remedies should be considered

Fighting cancer with a brain eating parasite

After parasitic infections accounted for more than 8000 new cancer cases a new study suggests a brain-eating parasite that has been incriminated in cases of brain cancer can be reprogrammed to treat ovarian cancer

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