'Xolani is in remission and is back at home recovering from his last operation.'
Cutting them out could make a big difference to your health.
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Artificial intelligence has been used to brew better beer, write music, and read your imagination, but now it is being used
Hey Xolani, we wish you strength in this time.
Our girls are so lucky to have you as their father. Of all my life choices, you are the best. Many would have walked away. You stay because that's the sort of man you are, not out of a sense of duty but because the thought of leaving never even crosses your mind.
'Onions activate pathways that encourage cancer cells to undergo cell death.'
Red onions aren’t just an essential cooking ingredient, they could also be a vital tool in the battle against cancer. University
If cancer is cruel then waiting for those results was pure malevolence. But I'm a mum so life went on. I clicked into autopilot - dropping the kids off at school, running errands, supervising homework. I never once let on to my children that my life was hanging in the balance.
Today experts in live streaming 360° and VR Mativision will be broadcasting live through pioneering virtual reality (VR) technology an operation on a patient with colon cancer at The Royal London Hospital. This is a world first.
Taking between half and one-and-a-half aspirin tablets per week could be the key to preventing gastrointestinal cancers including
If you're squeamish look away now. Scientists at John Hopkins' have come up with an alternative way to perform colon biopsies
A high fibrediet could be the key to cutting your colon cancer risk. A health study found that a diet which is high in fibre
Eating a pescetarian diet may lower your risk of bowel cancer according to a new study. People who ate fish and vegetables
It's every mother's greatest fear that she will have to leave her children. My daughter Kate Gross lived with that fear for more than two years, before she died of colon cancer a few weeks ago. I wish she was here now so I could tell her that the boys are getting on just fine. Oscar and Isaac were three when Kate was first diagnosed. Twins, but very different little beings. Oscar dark-haired, violet-eyed, solid - and with an astonishing ability (in Kate's words) to 'focus on things, to know them utterly'. Isaac, blond and agile and restless. 'Each of them,' she says, 'carved out his own space in my heart, a space which fits him exactly.'
In October actress Lynda Bellingham sadly died at the age of 66 after colon cancer spread to her lungs and liver. Now her
Like no doubt others before and after her will make very personal and difficult choices, I get the impression Lynda Bellingham managed to make peace with cancer and herself. Perhaps we need peace to make truly positive life changing and life enhancing choices, especially when they are about our death.
She has been described as a national institution. Many of us have grown up with her, have been entertained, made to think and continue to be impressed by Lynda Bellingham's bravery. What can she teach us now at the end of her life?
A new study has reveal that aspirin - which costs about 1.5p per pill - could play a role in better survival rates for colon
I am going to be upfront about this. Cancer is a great way to weed out the duffs. To sift the men from the boys. It really reveals what type of partner you have and the true nature of your relationship. Granted, it might be a little radical as a strategy of choice. But as I had always been a bit of a beacon for dysfunctional men, I am more than a little happy with my experiment!