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US soccer star Lauren Holiday (right), who was diagnosed with a brain tumor in June 2016 when she was five months pregnant, celebrated her daughter (center) turning one on Wednesday.
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(Natural News) Researchers of a new gestational analysis said that exposure to pesticides during pregnancy raises the baby’s risk of developing brain tumors. To reach this conclusion, the researchers conducted phone interviews with about 3,500 children below 15 years from two previous tests. Four hundred and thirty seven of the study subjects had brain cancer. “Our...
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Researchers from the French Institute of Health and Medical Research found exposure to chemicals commonly sprayed on to crops raises the risk of childhood brain cancers by 1.4 times.
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(Wiley) Previous epidemiological studies have suggested that exposure to pesticides during pregnancy may have a possible role in the development of childhood brain tumors.
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US soccer star Lauren Holiday (right), who was diagnosed with a brain tumor in June 2016 when she was five months pregnant, celebrated her daughter (center) turning one on Wednesday.
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Carrie Deklyen, 37, was 24 weeks pregnant with her daughter while battling a terminal brain tumor. The doctors in Michigan delivered Life, the baby, at 24 weeks because she was very sick.
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Carrie DeKlyen, 37, was 24 weeks pregnant with her daughter while battling a terminal brain tumor. The doctors in Michigan delivered Life (pictured) at 24 weeks because she was very sick.
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Conclusion This is an interesting piece of research that shows how knowledge in one field of medicine can sometimes be applied to another field with surprising results. But it's important to be realistic about the stage of research. This is very much a "proof of concept" study, and tests on cells, tissues and mice don't necessarily translate into a safe and effective treatment for humans. The study has several limitations, but the fact the treatment so far hasn't been tested on humans is the most important. For one thing, Zika virus doesn't naturally infect mice, so researchers had to use a specially engineered v...
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Carrie DeKlyen, 37, of Michigan, was diagnosed with glioblastoma multiforme two weeks before finding out she was pregnant. She is 21 weeks along and doctors want to get her to 28 weeks.
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