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What is an accepted scientific research. It is the one that has has undergone all stages of peer reviews.

Accepted Scientific Research

How to avoid Aflatoxins in 3 foods, such as grains, wheat, and nuts?

Yes, it has been more than 3 years since I have been labeled with cancer. I am still alive and stamped with a big red stamp, CANCER  WATCH OUT, but I do not care. The stamp is mine as my life is. Having a scientific mind made me start reading literature about cancer and food. Many information I read is deceptive. One of them is eating nuts. The later is linked to aflatoxins, a cancerogenic mold found in nuts, grains. and wheat. Therefore, my post today is about aflatoxins and how they may damage the liver, kidneys, and initiate cancer.

Is there a food cancer truth?People all over the world are looking for the truth about cancer and diet. Some speculate about diets and how they may heal cancer. Others think that researchers and governments are hiding the truth about the relation of cancer with diet. Believe it or not, more than 150 types of cancer exist, and with so many variations of cell mutations, it is too hard to define the exact diet that could conquer the genes mutations causing cancer.​

Is Types 2 Diabetes Drugs and Breast Cancer Research sensational? In this recent study, new treatment for breast cancer, researchers in Switzerland made a breakthrough when converting breast cancer cells into fat cells. This discovery allowed them not only to stop spreading cancer cells to other parts of the body but also to convert irreversibly breast cancer cells into highly differentiated fat cells.

Today, when people are diagnosed with cancer, they usually receive the same treatment as others who have the same type and stage of cancer. Even so, different people may respond differently, and, until recently, doctors didn’t know why. After decades of research, scientists now understand that patients’ tumors have genetic changes that cause cancer to grow and spread. They have also learned that the changes that occur in one person’s cancer may not occur in others who have the same type of cancer. And, the same cancer-causing changes may be found in different types of cancer.