Cancer, Michael Jackson, Gardasil, Flesh Eating Bacteria

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Animal Fat Boosts Pancreatic Cancer Risk

Results of a new study reveals a link between consuming animal fat from dairy, and possibly red meat, and pancreatic cancer. In men, the relative increased risk of pancreatic cancer increased fifty three percent – for women, the risk increased twenty three percent, compared to a low animal fat diet. read more

Oxycontin and Michael Jackson's Death

Oxycontin, a prescription pain killer, is rumored to have been used daily by Michael Jackson for pain control. According to an ABC report, a senior law enforcement official reported that oxycontin was a part of Michael Jackson’s daily medical regimen in addition to the pain killer Demerol. read more

Gardasil Safety Again Questioned

Since the introduction of Gardasil HPV vaccine, the FDA has reported forty seven deaths. Gardasil was approved in 2007. Cervical cancer is caused by HPV (human papillomavirus) and is easily spread. Adverse events from Gardasil in 2008 totaled 6,273, and 147 were reported at “life threatening”. The report comes from Judicial Watch, a public interest group that monitors government corruption, obtained from the FDA. According to President Tom Fitton, "The already serious problems associated with Gardasil seem to be getting worse. No one should require this vaccine for young children." Read more

Flesh Eating Bacteria

Flesh eating bacteria are real, and risky, especially during summer months. The medical term for the condition caused by flesh eating bacteria is necrotizing fasciitis. This month a North Carolina teenager nearly perished from an infection possibly acquired at Hope Mills Lake in North Carolina, thought to be caused by the bacteria Chromobacterium Violaceum, very common bacteria found in lakes. The bacteria lead to surgical removal of the teen’s nose, teeth and roof of his mouth. The most common bacteria that destroy flesh come from group A strep (GAS), the same bacteria that cause sore throat. Bacterial infections from group A streptococcus cause healthy tissue to die, leading to the term flesh eating bacteria. Read more