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Sep 28, 15
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You may been approached by concerned patients in the last few months asking whether they should stop taking their vitamins because of something worrying they have seen in the news. 

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Sep 21, 15
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Diet optimisation offers an adjunctive strategy that can improve both quality of life and outcomes during conventional cancer treatment.

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Sep 15, 15
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A cup of tea is often associated with a sense of calm. L-theanine, a unique free amino acid naturally present in tea (Camellia sinensis), is likely the compound contributing most significantly to this.

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Sep 10, 15
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In 2014, Volkan Sayin and other Swedish researchers claimed that vitamin E and N-acetyl-cysteine supplements could increase lung cancer in smokers.

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Sep 08, 15
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N-acetyl-cysteine, commonly abbreviated to NAC, is a precursor of the amino acid L-cysteine and the antioxidant glutathione (GSH).

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Sep 01, 15
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Turmeric (Curcuma longa) has a long history of use in traditional Indian (Ayurvedic) and Chinese medicine.

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Aug 24, 15
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D-glucaric acid is a natural, non-toxic compound produced by the body in small amounts, in addition to being found in fruits and vegetables: the richest sources include oranges, apples, grapefruits and cruciferous vegetables.

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Insights into Cancer Support

Aug 15, 15
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Lise explores the emotional impact which patients have to endure when faced with a cancer diagnosis and the strategies to maintain optimism, she reveals some of the newer diagnostic criteria and tumour-activity markers, and discusses the place of safe, supportive care in cancer patients to aid in the orthodox treatment, including exercise, stress management, sleep and healthy, vegetable-based diet.

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