intestinal cancer


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Related to intestinal cancer: Stomach cancer

intestinal cancer

Colorectal cancer, see there.
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The discovery helps to improve our understanding of intestinal cancer and inflammation.
Gastrointestinal cancer occurred in four of the five patients, three of whom developed colon cancer and one of whom developed small intestinal cancer at 32 years of age.
Initial results from the European Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition (by the World Health Organization's International Agency for Research on Cancer), an ongoing study of women and men in 10 countries, found that higher consumption of garlic and onions was associated with a lower intestinal cancer risk.
It also decreases the chances of developing diabetes by controlling blood sugar levels; protects from cardiac diseases; reduces the risk of breast and intestinal cancer, osteoporosis, fractures and dementia; and can substantially reduce stress and depression.
ISLAMABAD -- Specific types of high-fat diets-based on corn or coconut oils like those found in certain salad dressings and ice cream-may increase risk of tumour formation in intestinal cancer, finds a study.
He had intestinal cancer. The co-author of the widely popular 1981 marketing book Positioning: The Battle for Your Mind (that he wrote with his business partner Al Ries) was 82 years old.
Routine stool analysis for intestinal parasites, gastric ulcers or intestinal cancer.
Kiarostami had been suffering from intestinal cancer for several months and underwent a number of operations.
(8.) Uygun K, Kocak Z, Altaner S, Cicin I, Tokatli F, Uzal C: Colonic Metastasis from Carcinoma of the Breast that Mimics a Primary Intestinal Cancer. Yonsei Medical Journal 2006, 47(4):578-582.
The European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition study found that higher intakes of onion and garlic were associated with reduced risk of intestinal cancer. Data from The Iowa Women's Study showed that women with the highest garlic consumption had a 50 percent reduced risk of distal colon cancer compared with those eating the lowest amount.
Sami Abu Dayyak from Jenin, whose medical condition is critical as a result of suffering from intestinal cancer, has undergone three surgeries and slipped into a coma for over 10 days.