SOURCE: Your Cancer Today

December 01, 2006 14:54 ET

New Cancer Biomarker Helps Early Detection; This Week on Your Cancer Today

NEWPORT BEACH, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- December 1, 2006 -- Your Cancer Today™ is a 30 minute television talk show, dedicated to inform and educate viewers from both the institutional and patients' perspectives.

Here we are in the middle of the holiday season and everyone is so busy trying to get everything done early. Shop early for early bird savings, get your list finished early while you still have a chance to find everything on it... buy your airline tickets early to secure the best prices and seat selections.

When we talk about cancer, the key word is also early... as in early detection. Just about every form of cancer is easier to treat and cure if it is found early.

On this week's episode of Your Cancer Today, we will talk about early detection and learn about the recent discovery of a unique biomarker proving to be a highly accurate early indicator of uterine, endomitrial and cervical cancer. Diagnosing cervical cancer early increases the survival rate to more than 92%. We'll also find out about a new device just coming on to the market, which makes PAP tests more accurate at an earlier stage and easier to administer.

We'll discuss with a doctor whose recent study showed benefits from the sun and Vitamin D and chat with a clinical psychologist about overcoming emotional barriers that prevent some of us from routine medical exams, so important to early detection.

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™. Your Cancer Today™ is seen throughout the United States on broadcast, cable and satellite television as well as in Western Europe. A full channel lineup is available at the company web site,, which allows online viewing of past episodes on demand and is under construction for the provision of further information and investigation of various cancer treatments, alternatives and research being conducted.

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