SOURCE: Your Cancer Today

November 09, 2006 15:00 ET

Cancer Researchers Studying Stem Cells; This Week on Your Cancer Today

NEWPORT BEACH, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- November 9, 2006 -- Your Cancer Today™ is a 30 minute television talk show, dedicated to inform and educate viewers from both the institutional and patients' perspectives.

Whenever we hear the term stem cells, we instantly think of controversial headlines, political bickering and the left versus the right. The truth is, stem cells are being studied very carefully by cancer researchers and what you may not know about stem cells, in general, will surprise you. We will also learn about inflammatory breast cancer, a painful condition that is often mistaken for something else.

Those features and more celebrations of recovery, this week on Your Cancer Today™.

Your Cancer Today™ is all about hope, determination and courage... the hope that someday soon a cure for cancer will be found... the determination of the thousands of doctors, scientists, researchers and executives who spend countless hours and resources working towards that cure... the incredible courage of the cancer survivors we are pleased to introduce you to each week.

Your Cancer Today™ Producer Alan Painter is a Director of NanoLife Sciences, Inc., developers of Proton Treatment Centers. "This is a much needed show," Painter says, "and way overdue. Information is the key to fighting cancer and the more we can spread the word, the better it will be for everyone." Donald Baillargeon, executive producer and host of MoneyTV, which has been running since 1996 in 125 million homes globally, is also the host and executive producer of Your Cancer Today™.

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