Low-dose exposure to BPA could increase prostate cancer risk

In CategoryBPA, Plastics, Bottled Water, Cancer
ByRuss Bianchi

New, eye-opening research on the negative effects of BPA chemicals on prostate health is emerging. After assessing the study of BPA on human stem cells, one researcher, Heather Patisaul from North Carolina State University says, “Overall I think this is some of the strongest and most convincing evidence to date linking early life BPA exposure and cancer.”

Low-dose exposure to BPA could increase prostate cancer risk

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Genetic variation in nucleotide excision repair pathway genes, pesticide exposure and prostate cancer risk

In CategoryCancer, Toxins, Pollution, Contaminants, Chemicals, Etc
ByRuss Bianchi

I overheard at a recent businessman’s dinner in the Monterey Bay Area of California that several very large strawberry and raspberry growers could not find even undocumented Mexican immigrants to pick their crops because of the caustic and cancer causing exposure to genetically modified crops as well as natural selection berries that where herbicide, pesticide and insecticide laden crops at even “above market cash incentives”.

As Richard Feynman, an early mentor, from Cal Tech Pasadena, in Physics, who was a real genius, nice gut and a funny soul, once suggested; “Never Confuse Activity With RESULTS”.

The truth is any exposure, even topical to current chemistry laden berry crops, let alone franken chemistry gmo berries ingestion KILLS.

Why would any rational human subject themselves to back breaking work, at any price, let alone close the slave wages, that is a guarantee of cancer and DEATH?!

You are a fool in purchasing or consuming any berries, apples and gmo crops, they are all real poison.

~ Uncle Russ

Previous research demonstrates increased prostate cancer risk for pesticide applicators and pesticide manufacturing workers.

Genetic variation in nucleotide excision repair pathway genes, pesticide exposure and prostate cancer risk

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Study links pan-​fried meat to prostate cancer

In CategoryCancer, Food and More
ByRuss Bianchi

Your family and you are in clear and present danger purchasing the vast majority of industrialized and processed brands in most isles, particularly the center aisles and isle end caps,of all supermarket chains…it’s not real food or nutrition, it’s harmful chemicals and franken-chemistry!

Want real nutrition at little or no cost?

GOT ZIJAV?!

Want real financial freedom?!

Be in Salt Lake City the 3rd weekend of October and sign up today at www.zijalifeunlimited.com

~ Uncle Russ

Research from the University of Southern California (USC) and the Cancer Prevention Institute of California (CPIC) have found that cooking red meats at high temperatures, especially pan-fried red meats, may increase the risk of advanced prostate cancer by as much as 40%.

Study links pan-fried meat to prostate cancer

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Study: Hormone pill slows prostate cancer’s growth

In CategoryCancer, Drugs and Drug Companies
ByRuss Bianchi

How come you never hear about the CAUSE of high PSA’s and prostate inflammation or metastization; which is processed red meat/pork/poultry/soda/fast food and High Fructose Corn Syrup, etc., at any consumption level, among 10,000+ other proven toxins, Uncle Sam and Congress have sanctioned in the food and beverage chain, to GET YOU SICK!

Remember, Big Pharma can’t sell you treatments (never cures), unless you are ill!

Drugs KILL, Plants CURE.

GOT ZIJA?!

~ Uncle Russ

A hormone-blocking pill approved last year for some men with advanced prostate cancer now also seems to help a wider group of men who were given it sooner in the course of treating their disease.

Study: Hormone pill slows prostate cancer’s growth

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Component of Pizza Seasoning Herb Oregano Kills Prostate Cancer Cells

In CategoryCancer, Plants, Spices, Etc
ByRuss Bianchi

Drugs KILL, Plants CURE.

GOT ZIJA?!®… and a veggie pizza to go?

~ Uncle Russ

ScienceDaily (Apr. 24, 2012) — Oregano, the common pizza and pasta seasoning herb, has long been known to possess a variety of beneficial health effects, but a new study by researchers at Long Island University (LIU) indicates that an ingredient of this spice could potentially be used to treat prostate cancer, the second leading cause of cancer death in American men.

Component of Pizza Seasoning Herb Oregano Kills Prostate Cancer Cells

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Telomere failure, telomerase activation drive prostate cancer progression

In CategoryCancer
ByRuss Bianchi

Elizabeth Blackburn, MD’s Nobel, in Physiology, PROVES ALL disease is the erosion, thinning, shortening and deterioration of telomere activity chromosomally in your cellular DNA.

Said another way, DRUGS CANNOT FIX OR CURE & DO NOT HELP, it is enzymatically active PLANTS that restore telomere activity and arrest and reverse disease!

Drugs KILL, Plants CURE.

GOT ZIJA®?!

~ Uncle Russ

Genomic instability caused by an erosion of the protective caps on chromosomes, followed by activation of an enzyme that reinforces those caps, allows malignant cells to evade destruction and acquire more deadly characteristics, researchers report in an Online Now article at the journal Cell.

Telomere failure, telomerase activation drive prostate cancer progression

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Heart Disease a Factor in Prostate Cancer?

In CategoryCancer, Cardiovascular Health
ByRuss Bianchi

Both disease in this article are CAUSED by High Fructose Corn Syrup and chemical red meats and pork consumption.

Watch WHAT’S WRONG WITH WHAT WE EAT? On the front page of this web site.

Want real wellness a proactive low or no cost?

GOT ZIJA?!

DRINK LIFE IN!

~ Uncle Russ

 

In a large analysis of men participating in a prostate drug trial, researchers at the Duke Cancer Institute found a significant correlation between coronary artery disease and prostate cancer, suggesting the two conditions may have shared causes.

Heart Disease a Factor in Prostate Cancer?

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Prostate cancer risk linked to a diet high in red and processed meats

In CategoryCancer, Diet, Food and More
ByRuss Bianchi

Prostate cancer is the most common non-skin cancer and second most common cause of cancer related death in men in the United States.

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Studies examine diet’s role in prostate cancer

In CategoryCancer, Diet
ByRuss Bianchi

Watch WHAT’S WRONG WITH WHAT WE EAT? On the front page of this web site, as well as FOOD INC., in the web site’s video section.

Is there a causal connection between consuming highly chemical processed and genetically modified food, at any level, and several forms of cancers or diseases? YES.

~ Uncle Russ

(Medical Xpress) — A team of nutrition researchers and urologic surgeons at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis and the Siteman Cancer Center is conducting two studies to investigate a potential link between cancer and excess protein in the diet.

Studies examine diet’s role in prostate cancer

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Change in PSA Level Does Not Predict Prostate Cancer, Study Finds

In CategoryCancer
ByRuss Bianchi

More Big Med and Pharma fraud.

~ Uncle Russ

ScienceDaily (Feb. 25, 2011) — Researchers at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center have found that change in PSA levels over time — known as PSA velocity — is a poor predictor of prostate cancer and may lead to many unnecessary biopsies.

Change in PSA Level Does Not Predict Prostate Cancer, Study Finds

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Losing Hair at 20 Is Linked to Increased Risk of Prostate Cancer in Later Life, Study Finds

In CategoryCancer
ByRuss Bianchi

ScienceDaily (Feb. 16, 2011) — Men who start to lose hair at the age of 20 are more likely to develop prostate cancer in later life and might benefit from screening for the disease, according to a new study published online in the cancer journal Annals of Oncology.

Losing Hair at 20 Is Linked to Increased Risk of Prostate Cancer in Later Life, Study Finds

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Molecular Predictor of Metastatic Prostate Cancer Found

In CategoryCancer
ByRuss Bianchi

ScienceDaily (Feb. 3, 2011) — Prostate tumors that carry a “signature” of four molecular markers have the potential to become dangerously metastatic if not treated aggressively, researchers at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute report in a study published online February 2 by the journal Nature. The discovery lays the groundwork for the first gene-based test for determining whether a man’s prostate cancer is likely to remain dormant within the prostate gland, or spread lethally to other parts of the body.

Molecular Predictor of Metastatic Prostate Cancer Found

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Scientists find key protein that suppresses prostate cancer growth in the laboratory

In CategoryCancer
ByRuss Bianchi

GOT ZIJA®?!

~ Uncle Russ

(PhysOrg.com) — Cancer researchers have discovered an important protein, produced naturally inside cells, that appears to suppress the growth of prostate cancer cells in the laboratory. The findings, published tomorrow in the journal Cancer Research, offer promising leads for research towards new treatments.

Scientists find key protein that suppresses prostate cancer growth in the laboratory

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Tomato compounds enlisted in fight against prostate cancer

In CategoryCancer, Food and More
ByRuss Bianchi

Plants cure, drugs kill. However, as Mark Bittman suggests on WHAT’S WRONG WITH WHAT WE EAT?! posted on the front page of this web site: “It’s not about the beta carotene, it’s about the carrot.”

GOT WHOLE MORINGA IN ZIJA?!

~ Uncle Russ

Scientists at the University of Illinois have received a $400,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to trace how tomato compounds help to ensure a reduced risk of prostate cancer in humans.

Tomato compounds enlisted in fight against prostate cancer

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Bayer Settles One-A-Day Claims Case

In CategoryCancer, Drugs and Drug Companies, Vitamins
ByRuss Bianchi

More Big Pharma FRAUD.

~ Uncle Russ

The German drug giant Bayer on Tuesday settled complaints by three states that it had deceptively used the fear of prostate cancer to sell One A Day vitamins without proof the pills could prevent prostate cancer.

Bayer Settles One-A-Day Claims Case

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FDA: Include Warnings on Risk for Class of Prostate Cancer Drugs

In CategoryCancer, Drugs and Drug Companies
ByRuss Bianchi

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today asked manufacturers to add new warnings to labeling of gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) agonists, a class of drugs primarily used to treat men with prostate cancer.

FDA: Include Warnings on Risk for Class of Prostate Cancer Drugs

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97 percent of men survive prostate cancer even without treatment

In CategoryCancer, Men's Health
ByRuss Bianchi

(NaturalNews) If none of the men diagnosed with early-stage prostate cancer were ever treated, 97 percent of them would still survive the disease, according to a study conducted by Swedish researchers and published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute.

97 percent of men survive prostate cancer even without treatment

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Pfizer Ends Prostate Cancer Study Of Sutent

In CategoryCancer, Drugs and Drug Companies
ByRuss Bianchi

Drugs kill, plants cure.

GOT ZIJA®?!

~ Uncle Russ

NEW YORK — Pfizer Inc. said Monday it has ended a late-stage clinical trial of its cancer drug Sutent, after seeing no survival benefit for patients with castration-resistant prostate cancer.

Pfizer Ends Prostate Cancer Study Of Sutent

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Results of Zibotentan Phase III Trial In Castration Resistant Prostate Cancer

In CategoryCancer
ByRuss Bianchi

LONDON, 27 September 2010  – AstraZeneca today announced that a study evaluating zibotentan for the treatment of men with metastatic castration resistant prostate cancer (CRPC) did not show a significant improvement in the primary endpoint of overall survival (OS).

Results of Zibotentan Phase III Trial In Castration Resistant Prostate Cancer

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PSA tests can cause more harm than good

In CategoryCancer, Treatments, Therapy, Recovery, Health Care
ByRuss Bianchi

UC Davis just announced a seminar for the public on “men’s health.” That title notwithstanding, the program appears to be entirely about prostate cancer and in particular about the prostate specific antigen screening test. Prostate cancer can be devastating, and the PSA is intended to find cancer early – in time to do something about it.

PSA tests can cause more harm than good

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All conventional prostate cancer treatments harm quality of life

In CategoryCancer, Treatments, Therapy, Recovery, Health Care
ByRuss Bianchi

(NaturalNews) All major prostate cancer therapies reduce men’s quality of life through increased urinary incontinence and hampered sexual function, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Pittsburgh and published in the Journal of Urology.

All conventional prostate cancer treatments harm quality of life

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Docs Shying Away From Drug That May Prevent Prostate Cancer

In CategoryCancer, Drugs and Drug Companies
ByRuss Bianchi

THURSDAY, Aug. 12 (HealthDay News) — Even though a major study found that the drug finasteride could reduce the risk of prostate cancer by 25 percent, it is still not being widely prescribed for that purpose, Veterans Administration researchers report.

Docs Shying Away From Drug That May Prevent Prostate Cancer

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Surgery Better Than Radiation, Hormone Treatments for Some Prostate Cancer, Study Shows

In CategoryCancer, Treatments, Therapy, Recovery, Health Care
ByRuss Bianchi

The reactive conclusion is BOGUS!

GOT ZIJA®?!

~ Uncle Russ

ScienceDaily (Aug. 8, 2010) — Surgery for localized prostate cancer offers a significantly higher survival rate than either external-beam radiation or hormonal therapies, according to a new study led by researchers at UCSF.

Surgery Better Than Radiation, Hormone Treatments for Some Prostate Cancer, Study Shows

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Study supports prostate cancer benefits of tocotrienols

In CategoryCancer, Vitamins
ByRuss Bianchi

Vitamin E’s presence with selenium is high in moringa, along with many other dozen naturally occurring anti-carcinogens and antioxidants.

“Moringa comes close to being a perfect source of these benefits and is very unique about moringa.” Dr. Monica Marcu

GOT ZIJA®?!

~ Uncle Russ

The link between Vitamin E and cancer benefits has received extra backing from a new study, which found that a mix of different forms of the vitamin helped prevent prostate tumor growth in mice.

Study supports prostate cancer benefits of tocotrienols

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Aggressive Treatment for Prostate Cancer Is the Norm

In CategoryCancer, Treatments, Therapy, Recovery, Health Care
ByRuss Bianchi

July 26, 2010 — More than 75% of men diagnosed with low-risk prostate cancer undergo aggressive treatment — either complete removal of the prostate or radiation therapy, according to a new study.

Aggressive Treatment for Prostate Cancer Is the Norm

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Researchers: Resveratrol a ‘double-edged sword’ for prostate cancer

In CategoryCancer, Drugs and Drug Companies
ByRuss Bianchi

The US Agricultural Research Service (ARS) is highlighting research that indicates resveratrol can both inhibit and promote the growth of prostate cancer cells – depending on the length of time cells are exposed to the compounds.

Researchers: Resveratrol a ‘double-edged sword’ for prostate cancer

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High-Risk Prostate Cancer Associated With Significantly Lower Bone Mineral Content Loss

In CategoryBone Health, Muscles, Etc, Cancer
ByRuss Bianchi

This is from a lack of nutrients absorbed from the dumb downed food chain.

Got Zija?!!

~ Uncle Russ

ScienceDaily (July 13, 2010) — Men with prostate cancer lose significantly less bone mineral content (BMC) as they age than men who are free of the disease, according to research in the July issue of BJUI. The findings are important because loss of BMC can play a key role in the development of fragile bones, fractures and osteoporosis.

High-Risk Prostate Cancer Associated With Significantly Lower Bone Mineral Content Loss

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Mechanism for link between high fat diet and risk of prostate cancer and disorders unveiled

In CategoryCancer, Diet, Fats
ByRuss Bianchi

This is a fraudulent conclusion.  An average adult should consume 25% of their daily intake in saturated fats for optimum brain function.  1/3 of a child’s intake should be saturated fats for optimum growth and wellness.

This is more Big Pharma fraud to sell you more drugs.

~ Uncle Russ

Prostate cancer is the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths in men with an estimated 192,280 new cases diagnosed in the US in 2009 (Jemal 2009). Diet is considered one of the most important controllable risk factors for inflammation and prostate diseases including benign prostatic hyperplsia (BPH), prostatitis, and prostate cancer.

Mechanism for link between high fat diet and risk of prostate cancer and disorders unveiled

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Prostate Cancer Diagnosed and Treated Too Much, Docs Say

In CategoryCancer, Treatments, Therapy, Recovery, Health Care
ByRuss Bianchi

Proof positive the more you are near an MD or hospital the more likely you are to be injured physically, mentally, or financially.

~ Uncle Russ

Every year, millions of men undergo screening for prostate cancer. This disease, which strikes one out of every six men, is very curable in its early stages. But, say some doctors, early detection of prostate cancer is doing more harm than good.

Prostate Cancer Diagnosed and Treated Too Much, Docs Say

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Polyphenols in red wine and green tea halt prostate cancer growth

In CategoryBeverages, Cancer
ByRuss Bianchi

In what could lead to a major advance in the treatment of prostate cancer, scientists now know exactly why polyphenols in red wine and green tea inhibit cancer growth.

Polyphenols in red wine and green tea halt prostate cancer growth

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Prostate cancer: Risk increases with the number of affected family members

In CategoryCancer
ByRuss Bianchi

Diseases do not run in families, recipes do!  Eat real food and drinks with anti-inflammatories like in Zija and you will never have a problem with your PSA levels.

~ Uncle Russ

For a long time now doctors have known that prostate cancer “runs in the family”. Men with family members who have been diagnosed with the disease have an elevated risk of developing cancer of the prostate. But exactly how high is an individual person’s risk? For whom and at what age should an early detection screening urgently be recommended? Researchers of the department headed by Kari Hemminki at DKFZ have analyzed these questions in the largest study ever published on familial prostate cancer. The study included 26,651 prostate cancer patients, 5,623 of whom came from families in which the disease had been diagnosed before.

Prostate cancer: Risk increases with the number of affected family members

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Most prostate cancers detected by screening aren’t dangerous in the first place

In CategoryCancer
ByRuss Bianchi

(NaturalNews) Only about one in 10 prostate cancers detected by screening actually poses a threat to a man’s life, according to a new analysis conducted by researchers from the University if Cambridge.

Most prostate cancers detected by screening aren’t dangerous in the first place

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Does the Weather Cause Northerners to Get More Prostate Cancer?

In CategoryCancer, Environmental
ByRuss Bianchi

It’s a lack of Vitamin D-3, stupid.

~ Uncle Russ

ScienceDaily (Apr. 20, 2010) — Cold, dry weather has been linked to an increased incidence of prostate cancer. Researchers writing in BioMed Central’s open access International Journal of Health Geographics suggest that meteorological effects on persistent organic pollutants, such as some pesticides and industrial by-products, may be to blame.

Does the Weather Cause Northerners to Get More Prostate Cancer?

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Loss of Gene Function Makes Prostate Cancer Cells More Aggressive

In CategoryCancer
ByRuss Bianchi

Loss of gene function is due to oxidized erosion of chromosomalal expression of telomere enzymes.  Among the major causes of this is the lack of nutrient food and beverages.

~ Uncle Russ

ScienceDaily (Feb. 17, 2010) — Prostate cancer cells are more likely to spread to other parts of the body if a specific gene quits functioning normally, according to new data from researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center.

UT Southwestern Medical Center. “Loss of Gene Function Makes Prostate Cancer Cells More Aggressive.” ScienceDaily 17 February 2010.

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Loss of Gene Function Makes Prostate Cancer Cells More Aggressive

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