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Do you have enough time in your day to eat all the recommended fruits and vegetables that will keep you healthy and happy???

 

It's not easy! But my personal solution is MY JUICE MACHINE!

 

Look into getting a juicer for your own health boost! A juice machine is the best investment you can make for your health and happiness!

 

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Teens to Raise Money in Skateboarding Marathon for Cancer Research

A very resourceful teen from Ontario, Canada, will be skating across North America to Canada to help raise funds for cancer research. Skate4Cancer is a marathon that will begin in Los Angeles and end in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Beginning in early March, Robert Dyer, Kyle Massaar and a group of friends plan to visit skateparks to promote Skate4cancer and to raise awareness of cancer research and funds for the Canadian Cancer Society.

 

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Robert Dyer will be skateboarding the distance--around 5,000 miles from Los Angeles to Canada.

He is working with a personal trainer every morning. What's more he is following a diet and exercise program to prepare himself for the marathon, which will include trekking through the desert and the rockies.

 

The gang has already been hosting events to collect donations for the supplies and equipment they will need for the trip, including propane stoves, Hammocks, flashing Lights, tents, coolers, microwave, fridge, and several propane tanks. They will be dedicating their journey to their heroes, Tony Hawk and Terry Fox, and to cancer victims everywhere. Rob will dedicate The first and last kilometer of the trip to the memory of Wendy M. Dyer.

 

Schedule

Los Angeles to Orange March 3 to 6

Orange to Ontario March 7 to 10

Ontario to Phoenix March 11 to 26

Phoenix to Houston March 27 to May 17

Houston to Waveland May 18 to June 13

Waveland to Knoxville June 14 to 27

Knoxville to Louisville June 28 to July 15

Louisville to Cleveland July 16 to August 3

Cleveland to York August 4 to 13

York to Moorestown August 14 to 20

Moorestown to Elizabeth August 21 to 23

Elizabeth to New York August 24 to September 3

New York to Johnston September 4 to 14

Johnston to Oakland September 15 to 20

Oakland to Niagara Falls September 21 to 25

Niagara Falls to Oakville September 26 to October 1

Oakville to Toronto October 2 to 7

Toronto to Newmarket October 8 to 10

For more information contact : Skate4Cancer
Email: skate4cancer@hotmail.com
(http://www.skate4cancer.com/)

 

Diana Clarke is a teacher, freelance writer and founder of The Sun and Your Skin, a health and science website on life and light at http://www.yourskinadun.com.
dianaclarke2001@yahoo.com

 

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Fact Or Fiction - The Truth About Colorectal Cancer

 

Colorectal Cancer is a disease that only affects older men.

FICTION: It can affect anyone, men or women equally. Men and women 50 years or older are at greater risk for the disease.

 

Colorectal Cancer is usually curable.

FACT: It is usually curable when detected early. More than 90 percent of patients with localized cancer confirmed to the colon or rectum are alive five years after initial diagnosis.

 

Getting tested is necessary for individuals who have symptoms.

FACT: Men and women age 50 or older should get screened regularly for colorectal cancer. Unfortunately, symptoms for this disease are often silent and therefore it is important to get screened regularly even if you have no symptoms. About 75 percent of all new cases of colorectal cancer occur in individuals with no known risk factors for the disease.

 

There really are no treatment options for colorectal cancer.

FICTION: Treatment will depend on the type, grade and stage of the cancer. Management of the disease may include surgery and radiation in the earlier stages of the disease, and chemotherapy options such as Camptosar®, Xeloda® or 5-fluorouracil (5-FU) are generally used in the later stages of the disease when the cancer has spread to other areas of the body.

No two individuals respond the same to therapy, but there is evidence to demonstrate that one or all of these treatment options can effectively aid people living with colorectal cancer.

 

I can have a good quality of life if diagnosed with colorectal cancer.

FACT: Many people diagnosed with colorectal cancer can have a good quality of life. There are effective treatment options, support groups, and supportive care to help cancer patients cope with the side effects of treatment, as well as the emotional and everyday concerns of living with this disease.

 

For more information on colorectal cancer, contact the Canadian Cancer Society toll free at 1-888-939-3333 or visit the web site at www.cancer.ca. Other excellent resources include the Colorectal Cancer Association of Canada web site at www.ccac-accc.ca or The National Colorectal Cancer Campaign at www.coloncancercanada.ca.

 

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Up Close And Personal With Someone Who Has Lived With Colorectal Cancer

Imagine being 41 years old and being told by your family physician that you have colorectal cancer and that it has spread to other areas of your body. Treatment will involve surgery, radiation and chemotherapy.

 

I cannot do anything about being diagnosed with colorectal cancer.

FICTION: Colorectal cancer is highly preventable. Some preventative measures include eating a diet rich in fruits and vegetables and low in fat, regular exercise, moderate alcohol consumption, and no smoking. In addition, it is extremely important to get screened for colorectal cancer after the age of 50. Screening can help to identify colorectal cancer in its early stages or before it even begins.

 

Automatically your mind is racing with all sorts of questions - Am I going to die?

How am I going to tell my family?

What will the surgery involve?

What is chemotherapy and radiation exactly?

How bad will the side effects of these therapies be?

How do I cope with colorectal cancer?

 

"Finding out you have colorectal cancer or any other type of cancer is never easy and will inevitably bring about many changes," says Bunnie Schwartz, Founder and Co-Director of The National Colorectal Cancer Campaign, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to raising public awareness and funding for vital research for this deadly disease. "However, having a positive attitude and taking control of your illness will help you to cope better and will allow you to regain a sense of power over your life," she adds.

 

Bunnie lost her husband, Howard, last year to colorectal cancer. He was only 47 years old. She also lost her sister to the disease a few years ago. Nevertheless, she emphasizes the fact that her husband never stopped living. He changed his life and adapted to leading a life with colorectal cancer. Bunnie is dedicated to increasing awareness about this disease and candidly answers questions about colorectal cancer and how it affected her family. Her organization raises funds for this disease through their annual gala dinner and walk/run. This year the gala will be held on March 29th and the walk/run will take place on June 1st.

 

Q. How old was Howard when he was first diagnosed with colorectal cancer and did he have any symptoms?

A. Howard was 41 years old when he was first diagnosed. He went to the doctor because he had traces of blood in his stool. After an initial rectal exam, our family doctor sent him to a specialist who discovered a tumor. Two weeks later he had his first of many surgeries to come.

 

Q. How did it change your family's life?

A. Mainly, we realized that the time we had together was extremely precious and could not be taken for granted. We tried to always smile and to remember what was important in our life. We refused to let this disease take over our lives. We did not want our home to be considered a "sick" house, especially for our children. We continued to lead as normal a life as possible. Our children invited their friends over, we went for long walks, ordered dinner in instead of going out, took day trips instead of week long ones, and rented movies instead of going to the theatre. One night, I remember the children and I all drinking "power" juice shakes to support Howard. We all laughed afterwards about how bad they tasted.

 

Q. Did Howard continue to work and what was his daily routine like?

A. After his first two surgeries, Howard continued to go to work and some days he worked from home. However, after his third surgery he could no longer go to work and was at home alone for almost a year and a half. He became more proficient at using the computer, he took a lot of walks with our dog in the park, and cleaned the house when he could. He wanted to do as much as possible and appreciated every day he had with his family and friends.

 

Q. In addition to the surgery, did he have to undergo radiation or chemotherapy?

A. Yes. In addition to four major surgeries he also had to have five years of radiation therapy and numerous cycles of Camptosar®, a chemotherapy agent that he took alone and in combination with another drug.

 

Q. Do you believe the surgery, radiation and chemotherapy treatments helped to prolong Howard's life?

A. Yes, I definitely think that without these treatments Howard would have only survived one or two years, and they allowed him to lead a better quality of life. In addition to medical treatments, we also changed Howard's diet to include more vegetables and fruits, and food low in fat

 

Q. If there is one thing you could tell people about this disease, what would it be?

A. Colorectal cancer is preventable and curable if caught early enough. It's important to know the risk factors and to get screened if you are 50 years of age or older, or at increased risk for the disease. If you think you are at risk, take action and talk to your doctor immediately.

 

For more information on colorectal cancer, contact the Canadian Cancer Society toll free at 1-888-939-3333 or visit the web site at www.cancer.ca. Other excellent resources you can contact are The National Colorectal Cancer Campaign at www.coloncancercanada.ca or by calling 905-731-2035 and the Colorectal Cancer Association of Canada web site at www.ccac.accc.ca or by calling toll free at 1-888-318-9442.

 

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Colorectal Cancer - Preventable, Curable And Beatable

 

March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, and to ensure Canadians have the necessary information to make informed decisions and choices about their colon health, frequently asked questions are answered below. Colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer for both men and women in this country, and in 2002 more than 17,000 individuals were diagnosed with the disease. Don't wait. If you think you are at risk for colorectal cancer, talk to your health care professional now. Early detection and treatment could save your life or the life of a loved one.

 

1. What is colorectal cancer?

Colorectal cancer begins in the cells of the colon or the rectum. Both the colon and the rectum are muscular tubes lined with glandular cells. The majority of colorectal cancers start in the glandular cells. The colon (known as the large bowel or intestine) joins the small intestine to the rectum. Cancer of the small intestine is very rare, so when you hear someone talk about bowel cancer, they usually mean colorectal cancer.

 

2. What causes colorectal cancer?

There is no single cause of colorectal cancer, but some factors appear to increase the risk of developing it, including:

3. What are the symptoms of colorectal cancer?

Colorectal cancer is often referred to as the "silent killer" as there are usually no warning signs or symptoms, especially in its early stages.

 

Having the following symptoms does not mean that you actually have colorectal cancer, and in fact they could be caused by other problems. You need to talk to your doctor to be sure.

4. How is colorectal cancer diagnosed?

After completing a physical examination (including a rectal exam) and discussing your overall health with you, your doctor may suspect colorectal cancer. A fecal occult blood test (FOBT) may also be taken to determine if there is blood in your stool. In addition, the FOBT test will show your doctor if there is bleeding in your colon. Bleeding may come from polyps. Other tests to confirm colorectal cancer include a colonoscopy, a type of telescope that is used to examine the inside of the colon, a sigmoidoscopy, a test used to view the inside lining of the rectum and a part of the colon, or a barium enema which uses an x-ray to look at the colon.

 

5. When should you get screened for colorectal cancer?

The Canadian Cancer Society recommends that men and women 50 and older have a fecal occult blood test at least every two years. Individuals who fall into one of the high risk groups are those with a personal or family medical history of colorectal cancer, benign polyps, inflammatory bowel disease or breast, ovarian or endometiral cancer. These individuals should talk to their doctor about earlier screening.

 

6. Why is screening for colorectal cancer important?

Screening tests for colorectal cancer can save lives. It is treatable and often curable when detected early. In addition, testing will help to identify the grade of your cancer cells and what treatment action is required.

 

7. What treatment options are available for colorectal cancer?

Treatment for colorectal cancer depends mostly on the size, location, and extent of the tumor, as well as a person's overall health. Surgery to remove the tumor and radiation is the most common treatment in the earlier stages of the disease. Chemotherapy treatments such as Camptosar® are used in the later stages when the cancer has spread to other areas of the body.

Other chemotherapy treatments approved in Canada to fight cancers of the colon and rectum that have spread to other areas of the body include Xeloda® and 5-fluorouracil (5-FU).

 

8. Where can I get more information on colorectal cancer?

For more information about this disease, visit the Canadian Cancer Society web site at www.cancer.ca or call toll free at 1-888-939-3333. Other resources include the Colorectal Cancer Association of Canada web site at www.ccac-accc.ca or The National Colorectal Cancer Campaign at www.coloncancercanada.ca.

 

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Important Steps That Can Lower Your Risk Of Colorectal Cancer

 

March marks National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, and Barry Stein, President of the Colorectal Cancer Association of Canada and a colon cancer survivor, wants Canadians to know that the goal of the campaign is to generate widespread awareness about this disease and to encourage people to learn more about how to reduce their risk of the disease through regular screening and by leading a healthy lifestyle.

 

"Few Canadians know that regular screening can help prevent colorectal cancer by detecting pre-cancerous polyps," says Barry Stein.

 

"Our suffering and burden from colorectal cancer in this country is among the highest in the world. Screening is also critical to detect the disease in its earliest, most curable stages and several research studies show that colorectal cancer death rates could be reduced by between 15 and 33 percent if screening takes place," Barry adds.

 

In 2002, the Canadian Cancer Society estimated that about 6,600 Canadians would die from colorectal cancer making it the second leading cause of death from cancer in this country. Based on these numbers, screening could mean that between 990 (15 percent) and 1,980 (33 percent) of these deaths could be prevented.

 

To lower your risk, there are five important steps that you should take, including:

  1. Getting regular colorectal cancer screening tests every two years after the age of 50. If there is a personal or family history of the disease, colorectal polyps, inflammatory bowel disease, or breast, ovarian or endometrial cancer then you should talk to your doctor about earlier screening tests;
  2. Eating a low-fat diet high in vegetables, fruits, whole grains and legumes (beans, lentils, nuts);
  3. Exercising 20 minutes, three to four days a week (moderate walking, gardening or climbing stairs all can help to reduce your risk);
  4. Drinking in moderation or not at all; and
  5. No smoking.

If you have been diagnosed with colorectal cancer, you need to know that there are various treatments available such as surgery and radiation (in the earlier stages of the disease). In the later stages of the disease, chemotherapy options such as Camptosar®, Xeloda® or 5-fluorouracil (5-FU) are usually used to fight the cancer when it has spread to other areas of the body. Talk to your team of health care providers about the right treatment regimen for you. In addition, there are support groups set up by the Colorectal Cancer Association of Canada that can help you and your family learn more about the disease and cope with the various feelings and emotions you may experience following your diagnosis.

 

For more information on colorectal cancer or other treatment options available outside of Canada, visit the Colorectal Cancer Association of Canada web site at www.ccac-accc.ca or call toll free at 1-888-318-9442. You can also call the Canadian Cancer Society toll free at 1-888-939-3333 or The National Colorectal Cancer Campaign at 905-731-2035, or visit their web sites at www.cancer.ca or www.coloncancercanada.ca.

 

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Breast Cancer Education Gets Visual

If a picture is worth a thousand words, how do you use pictures to help people understand and learn about a sensitive subject like breast cancer? Researchers from the division of biomedical communications in the department of surgery at the University of Toronto are exploring the use of images to study how best to teach women at risk about breast cancer.

 

Text and images are used on the Breast Matters site (www.bmc.med.utoronto.ca/ breastmatters) to explain and portray the complex information about breast cancer and breast health for Canadian women. The site is informational, free of jargon and includes definitions and visual explanations of complex concepts. The site includes an overview of breast anatomy, a section on early detection of breast cancer, self-examination, annual check-ups, mammography, ultrasound and x-ray and biopsy. Also included is information about breast cancer risk factors, risk reduction and links and resources for more information.

 

It is believed that the beneficial effect of vitamin E is a consequence of its antioxidant role, which may be enhanced when taken in combination with other antioxidants such as vitamin C, beta-carotene and selenium. All of these nutrients are available in a quality multivitamin such as Centrum®, available in your local pharmacy. For more information on supplementation, visit www.centrumvitamins.ca.

 

"Our team uses medical illustration to bridge art, science, medicine and communication," said Professor Linda Wilson-Pauwels, co-lead investigator of the study. "Design and communication theory combined with scientific knowledge informs the production of visual material for health promotion and medical education - in this case about breast cancer."

 

An initiative of the Bell University Laboratories, a collaborative research program funded by Bell Canada that contributes to innovation and leadership in the development of communications technology in Canada, the researchers used a focus group of 10 women from the breast cancer screening program at Princess Margaret Hospital in Toronto to determine what breast cancer information to feature and what sorts of visuals to use. Photography, video, animation and illustration are used with varying levels of complexity and interactivity to provide a visually stunning learning experience.

 

A second part of the site will be developed in 2003 for women coping with breast cancer. Breast cancer is the most frequently diagnosed cancer in Canadian women. It accounts for almost 1 in 3 cancer diagnoses among Canadian women. On average, 104 Canadian women die of breast cancer every week, according to Canadian Cancer Society estimates.

 

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Vitamin E and Lung Cancer Prevention

Lung cancer, the most preventative of all human cancers, remains the leading cause of cancer death for both men and women. Several studies have shown that vitamin E supplementation is associated with a lower risk of developing lung cancer in non-smokers. Unfortunately, the same benefit was not seen in smokers. The most effective health action for smokers is still to stop smoking.

 

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