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The progress, and the gap, in cancer survival rates are especially large for childhood cancers, according to the CONCORD-3 study covering 71 nations and 18 types of cancer, published in the medical journal The Lancet. (AFP / MANILA BULLETIN)

Global cancer survival up, but progress uneven: study

By Agence France-Presse Cancer survival is increasing across the world but large gaps endure between nations, while some cancers remain hard to treat everywhere, according…


What you need to know about micronutrients

By Dr. Kaycee Reyes Too much of anything is bad, and that includes even what you thought was healthy—excess intake of vitamins or other health…


Why Filipinos are prone to liver cancer

By Eduardo Gonzales, MD What makes Filipinos prone to liver cancer? How deadly is this cancer? —nervy_rq@gmail.com   Liver cancer, which refers to cancer that…


Keeping up with the south

By Sara Grace C. Fojas The first month of the year is almost over—just like that—and your excuses of not eating healthy, not exercising, and…

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Fitness goals on red days

By Cheshire Que, RND, RN, RD You, women, are probably doing great on your healthy resolutions the first month of the year. You can say…