"My Way"

Dee Mani, centre in the picture below, was diagnosed with servere cancer, but went on to defeat it by completely changing her life style. 

Go to Amazon.com to see Dee's book

Dee's book, "My Way", documents her amazing story. Just select the picture to go to Amazon.com and get a copy in paperback or Kindle. 

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Sci-Fi tackles Cancer

Viruses killing bugs to cure cancer - a sci-fi author couldn't make it up.

Using bacteria-killing viruses to deliver cancer therapies could help to tackle deadly brain cancers, according to new early-stage research.  Read more.

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(Picture copyright of Imperial College, London)

The approach is being explored by researchers to treat glioblastoma, an aggressive, incurable form of brain cancer which kills many patients within the first year following diagnosis.

Glioblastoma can spread rapidly through the brain, requiring surgery or radiotherapy to remove the tumour and treat affected parts of the brain. Currently, the only available chemotherapy is a drug called temozolomide (TMZ). However, it has limited effect.  

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