A new study published in Fertility and Sterility (1) found that women who used Clomid (Clomiphene Citrate) and never ended up achieving a pregnancy were over 3.5 times more likely to get ovarian cancer. The average woman’s chance of ovarian cancer is 1 in 72 according to the american cancer society.(2) Therefore, if an average …

Researchers at Cornell University found that apple skins (from Red Delicious apples) had powerful antioxidant (stronger than vitamin C) and anti-proliferative effects. Specifically they tested certain flavanoids from apple skins against certain liver cancer and breast cancer cell lines and found that both were potently inhibited. This may help explain some of the treatment strategies …