"Positive information benefits us emotionally, physically, and mentally. It contributes to a happier, healthier life."
By Good News Network Thursday, March 19, 1998
Healthier lifestyles and environment, and earlier detection are the
likely contributing factors.There were about 30,000 fewer deaths from
cancer in 1997. Mortality rates from lung, breast, and prostate cancers
have all turned downward in the 90's.
"For the first time in history, cancer is moving in the direction we want it to go," said Dr. Klausner, director of the cancer institute. He expects the trends to continue downward and asserted that the major effects of advancing medical treatment and early detection are "not even showing up yet! And those are exciting... "
Vitamin E Reduces Risk of Prostate Cancer
A new study showed that long-term Vitamin E supplements substantially reduced the chances of getting prostate cancer (by 32%) and the chances of dying from it (by 41%). 30,000 male smokers aged 50-69 participated in the study at the University of Helsinki.
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our website on Appreciative Inquiry. Thank you for your work!