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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

Archive for November, 2019

Cancer, without a doubt, is one of the most dangerous diseases that can affect anyone.

Thousands of people die every year due to cancer in different parts of the body.

Even with the major advances in medical science, this is a disease that often is not detected in the early stages.

Because of this, the chances of survival and recovery are very rare.

Although scientists are carrying out research in order to find effective cancer treatment, they have not been completely successful in finding treatment solutions that can completely help in the recovery of the patient.

There are over two hundred different forms of cancer that attack the tissues, bones, and organs of the human body.

This impacts all types of people, from childhood to old age.

Scientists and doctors are constantly working to find new diagnostic tools and treatments that can identify and more effectively treat this devastating disease.

In most areas of life, we look to preventative medicine to be far more effective than any other course of treatment or management that has been made available.

If we are already suffering, then a patient needs the medicine to not only rid one’s body of the destructive element, but to heal the body as well.

Cancer has a fearsome reputation.

It is a disease that has not yet fully yielded to the skills and intelligence of medical scientists and doctors.

And, as if the pain from the disease is not enough, the treatment for cancer, too, inflicts heavy suffering on the body.

Cancer is a disease characterized by uncontrolled and abnormal cell division.

Any Cancer can spread in the body and destroy tissues when the cancer cells travel through the bloodstream or the lymphatic system.

Cancer Symptoms

1. Losing weight at a rapid rate (without being on a diet), gas, discomfort, digestive disorders, anorexia, recurring diarrhea, and constipation are the symptoms occurring most frequently in cases of lung, stomach, kidney and large intestine cancer.

If accompanied by a feeling of weakness, it can be a sign of blood loss or a lack of proper elements.

2. The pain of unknown causes, long-lasting stomach-ache can be the symptom of large intestinal cancer.

Low back pain can be a sign of kidney cancer. Pain in the chest can result from lung cancer. Bone aches can be caused by metastasis.

A biopsy is a procedure in which a piece of tissue or a sample of cells from your body is removed so that it may be analyzed in a laboratory.

Pathologists use the tissue samples to look for any abnormalities in the tissue that may give cause for concern. Biopsies are not only used for cancer but are also used to diagnose other diseases too.

In conjunction with a biopsy, your doctor may have already performed an X-ray, MRI, or CT on the area of concern.

There are over 200 diseases that can be called cancer. They have different causes, happen in different tissues, develop in different ways and for different reasons, and demand a variety of treatments.

They all have one fatal element in common. In every case, normal cells have gone wild and lost their normal growth and development.

The 3 classifications of cancer:

Cancer is classified into 3 stages. Cancer in the epithelial tissue (covering or lining of tissue) is called carcinomas.

The 2nd class of malignant tumors is the sarcomas. They originate in connective tissue such as bone and muscles.

The following is a basic overview of the classifications used in determining the different types of carcinogens:

Chemical:

These can be any number of substances, including but not limited to caustic chemicals, asbestos, gases, and the most dangerous yet controllable cause-tobacco smoke.

Your work environment may be to blame; thankfully the government has gotten much stricter about employee exposure to toxins in the last two decades.

Please report any and all infractions you see on the job site, it could save not only your life but the lives of your fellow workers.

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