New Findings on Coffee and Cancer Risk

(CBS News) – Colon cancer patients who regularly drink caffeinated coffee may be lowering their risk of tumor recurrence and death from the disease, new research suggests. But researchers added that it’s premature to tell patients to drink coffee to reduce their risk of the Read More


Walnuts May Help Prevent or Slow Prostate Cancer

SAN ANTONIO, July 17 (UPI) — Eating a modest amount of walnuts — about 2 ounces, or two handfuls, a day — may protect against prostate cancer, U.S. researchers suggest. Senior author Russel Reiter of the School of Medicine at The University of Texas Health Science Read More


Prostate Cancer Hormonal Therapy Tied to Kidney Risks

(Reuters Health) – Men who are treated for prostate cancer with hormone-targeted therapy have a higher risk of developing kidney problems, a new study suggests. The treatment, known as androgen deprivation therapy, lowers the risk of death among men with advanced, aggressive prostate cancer. However, Read More