//Tag: breast

Cancer recurrence: the role of inflammation

Cancer cells which survive therapeutic treatments can remain for many years in a latent state before returning in force as metastases. According to a recent study, the “awakening” of these cells is caused by the presence of inflammatory conditions which modify the environment around the latent tumors and provide them with the conditions necessary for their growth. Download the column

2019-01-21T10:02:54-04:0014-Jan-2019|Tags: , , , |

Cabbage and blueberries against breast cancer

Women who consume 5 portions of fruits and vegetables daily have a reduced risk of developing breast cancer, particularly the most aggressive forms of this disease, as shown by an important research study on more than 180,000 women. This protection is particularly seen with some particular plant-based foods, notably the cruciform vegetables and berries. Download the column

2018-10-08T09:10:39-04:001-Oct-2018|Tags: , , , , |