October 05, 2016 | Issue 207
In This Issue:
- 3 Steps to Prevent 1 of 3 Breast Cancer Cases
- Healthy Body Size with Unhealthy Insulin Levels May Increase Colorectal Cancer Risk
- What does healthy mean? Tell FDA
Soy and Breast Cancer
The latest research on soy shows that these foods do not increase breast cancer risk and are healthy for survivors. Read the latest in our Foods that Fight Cancer: Soy.
For National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, AICR experts share three research-based strategies to reduce the risk of this cancer.
A recent study now suggests that individuals who appear to have a healthy body size but have high levels of the hormone insulin also face increased risk of colorectal cancer.
Last week, the FDA announced they want to redefine what “healthy” on food packages means. Here's how those healthy claims can fit into a cancer-protective diet.
Published on 12/31/2099