CAUSES

Brain Cancer Facts< abc2.org
“..When you’re told that you have a brain tumor, it’s natural to wonder what may have caused your disease. But no one knows the exact causes of brain tumors. Researchers are studying whether people with certain risk factors are more likely than others to develop a brain tumor..”

Adult Brain Tumor Written by Chitra Badii and Elizabeth Boskey, PhD | Published on July 16, 2012 Medically Reviewed by George Krucik, MD healthline.com
“…The Types of Adult Brain Tumors

Brain tumors are described by their location, tissue type, and the cells that make up the mass.

The following types of brain tumors are commonly found in adults:

Gliomas come in different types. They range from non-cancerous to mixed cells. Glioblastomas are the most aggressive form of glioma.
Meningiomas are more common in adults in the 40-70 age group. They are typically non-cancerous. Meningiomas occur more commonly in women.
Schwannomas also occur in adults aged 40-70. They affect both men and women.
..”

Brain tumour risks and causes cancerresearchuk.org
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Other possible risk factors

Research has looked at other factors that may increase brain tumour risk, including
Power lines

Several studies have looked at whether living near power lines increases the risk of brain tumours but they have not found an increased risk.
Mobile phones

Researchers are investigating mobile phones to see how much low level (non ionising) radiation they produce. From the evidence so far we still can’t say that mobile phones pose a problem to health. There has been a concern about them causing brain tumours in particular. But there is no strong evidence that there is any link.
Hair dye

According to the latest research, using hair dye is unlikely to increase your risk of developing a brain tumour.
Smoking and alcohol

It’s not yet clear whether smoking affects brain tumour risk. But some studies have shown increased risks for some types of brain tumour. Drinking alcohol doesn’t seem to affect risk..”

PREVENTION

Brain Cancer Prevention emedicinehealth.com
“…Avoiding or reducing contact with radiation (especially to the head) and avoiding toxic chemicals associated with the oil and rubber industry, embalming chemicals, and other environmental toxins may help prevent brain cancers. Avoiding HIV infection is also suggested…”
Brain tumour and brain cancer risk and prevention cancercouncil.com.au
“…People who are concerned about the risk should limit call time and/or use hands-free devices. Many authorities recommend limiting mobile phone use by children…”
7 Strategies for Preventing & Healing Brain Tumors By Dr. David Jockers DC, MS, CSCS thetruthaboutcancer.com
“…Fortunately, the primary tool to preventing brain tumors is within your control… in the lifestyle that you live. Making healthy choices when it comes to diet, exercise, avoiding carcinogens in your environment, and reducing stress can effectively reduce your risk of developing brain tumors…”

TREATMENT

Brain tumor treatment stopcancerfund.org
“….Different types of treatment are available for patients with adult brain tumors. Some treatments are standard (the currently used treatment), and some are being tested in clinical trials. The purpose of clinical trials are to see if the treatment being tested is better, worse, or equally safe and effective compared to other treatments.* Some clinical trials are open only to patients who have not started treatment.

Three types of standard treatment are used:..”

-Diet

Can dietary antioxidants reduce the incidence of brain tumors? Curr Drug Metab. 2011 Jul;12(6):587-93. ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
“…Also, an inverse relationship between antioxidant levels and grades of malignancy has been found after histopathological examination of brain tumors. Moreover, high intake of vitamin E is correlated with greater survival for all patients diagnosed as Grade III malignant glioma. Dietary supplementation with antioxidants [e.g. vitamins C & E] was found to reduce the incidence of brain tumors in children whose mothers took these vitamins throughout pregnancy. On the other hand, decreases in antioxidant levels were correlated with the severity of malignancy of brain tumors, and also with accumulation of considerable amounts of oxidative stress products including free radicals which damage this tissue. The mechanisms of protection of these antioxidants against brain tumors might be due to inhibition of the nitrosation process, decreasing of tumor necrotic factor, scavenging of free radicals, inhibition of telomerase activity which facilitates telomere attrition. It is concluded that administration of antioxidants could reduce the incidence of brain tumors and probably other types of cancer…

Strategy #4 – Consume Cancer Fighting Phytonutrients

…Herbs and vegetables equip the brain with antioxidants to limit cellular damage by scavenging free radicals, reducing brain inflammation, and shutting down brain tumor communication signals. In particular, dark green leafy veggies

, turmeric

.. ginger, oregano, basil, thyme, and green tea all have powerful cancer fighting properties….

10 Natural Cure For Brain Tumors findhomeremedy.com
“…Tips To Cure Brain Tumors Naturally
Folic Acids

Folic acid rich diet prevents spreading of cancer cells. It is recommended to take 400 mgs of folic acid in daily diet. Folic acid can be obtained from foods such as spinach, leafy vegetables, beans, rice and fruits like oranges…

…, berries, etc. However, supplementing folic acid still adds some value because of its better absorption….

Juices

Organic vegetables and fruit juices play an important role as cancer prevention food. Fresh juice prepared from broccoli, kale and spinach is a rich source of minerals, proteins, vitamins, and enzymes. Carrots, beets and cabbage juice are also effective…

11 Natural Cures For Brain Tumors


11 Effective Natural Cures For Brain Tumors .ayurvediccure.com
Natural Cures For Brain Cancer , youtube.com

Any personal stories, suggestions, experiences, other tips, etc..?

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