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Attention All Visitors

To the 1st three (3) people who purchase any cancer-related book or reference from this site, I will award the following 3 prizes.

Prize # 1 is $ 25.00
Prize # 2 is $ 15.00
Prize # 3 is $ 10.00

You must not make the purchase and then try to return it for a refund.

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Anticancer: A New Way of Life

The Immunotherapy Revolution: The Best New Hope For Saving Cancer Patients’ Lives

The Truth about Cancer: What You Need to Know about Cancer’s History, Treatment, and Prevention

The Emperor of All Maladies: A Biography of Cancer

What to Eat During Cancer Treatment

Learning more about cancer is an effective method of prevention.

The more you know the more likely you are to get frequent screenings and notice the symptoms early, if you fall ill.

It is worth finding out more about the different kinds of cancer cells first.

Cancer is defined as the rapid and uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells in an organ, gland, or other types of body tissue.

As these cells grow, they go on to form a larger formation called a tumor.

It should be pointed out that cancer usually refers to malignant tumors and not to benign ones.

Cancer is a malignant tumor or swelling composed of abnormal cells capable of undergoing uncontrolled proliferation.

Unlike benign swellings, cancerous cells generally tend to invade surrounding tissues and sometimes metastasize (break off and spread) to distant body tissues via the bloodstream or lymphatic system.

Cancers result when there is a disruption to the normal process of cell division.

Body cells are continuously undergoing cell division, albeit in a controlled manner to replace aging and dead cells.

However, a fault or mutation sometimes occurs during this process.

Cancer is a disease that is characterized by the growth of uncontrollable cells.

It is undoubtedly one of the most widespread diseases in the world. It is a menace threatening the lives of many people.

It the body when the spoiled cells divide uncontrollably, they form lumps of tissues known as tumors.

Cancerous tumors have very detrimental effects on the nervous, digestive, and circulatory systems and also secrete hormones that affect the body function.

There is however some tumors that remain in one spot and show limited growth thus considered as benign.

Cancer is a life-threatening killer disease.

A diagnosis of cancer to a family member or close relative turns the entire family circle upside down and puts them into a state of depression.

It is a long-term disease and the chances of survival are very poor.

But thanks to the advancement in the field of medicine, scientists have come up with rewarding solutions to cure or prolong the killer disease.

But still, the family circle and the core family grieve during the whole process.

CLASSIFICATION OF GRIEF:

  1. Physical grief: includes sleepless nights or poor appetites or some illness

One of the scariest things to ever happen in one’s life is to be diagnosed with any type of cancer.

Things will be a lot more depressing than normal if the doctor told you that you have been diagnosed with terminal cancer.

What Does a Diagnosis of Terminal Cancer really Mean?

The most important thing you need to understand is that terminal cancer doesn’t mean the end of everything; some things can be done to cope up with the said disease.

One may wonder when they are diagnosed with terminal cancer, what it is, or what it can do.

When the doctor comes back with that news that you have developed cancer, your world can come to a stop.

You must fight cancer daily with a positive attitude!

What Things Do You Think About?

A million and one things go through your head and it’s hard to get through the confusion and put together a rational thought.

Many, many people have gone through some type of cancer, even as survivors themselves or through someone they love.

So you can find plenty of moral support via live groups, online chat rooms and forums, and other areas.

It goes without saying that there are certain types of cancers that teens develop.

Your teenage life is one of your strongest and healthiest times.

Do you know that you will find some unhappy teenagers who didn’t have an opportunity to experience their lives because of cancer?

Teenagers seldom get cancer.

Certain kinds of cancer usually appear during adult years. However, you will find common forms of cancer that can affect and rob your teenage years.

Common Cancers in Teenagers

1. Osteosarcoma – it is one of the most everyday sorts of bone cancer. How will you identify this?

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