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Cancerp Prevention Strategies

Cancer Prevention Strategies

Cancer Prevention Strategies There is so much you can do to lower your risk for cancer. One has to take preventative steps.  Cancer prevention is much easier than to treat it, once it takes hold. One can virtually eliminate the risk of cancer and chronic disease, and radically improve the chances

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Cancer And Infertility

Cancer & Infertility

Cancer Infertility – FAQs In females, once a month, from puberty to menopause, one of the ovaries releases an egg. This process is controlled by hormones produced by the pituitary gland (in the brain) and the ovaries. It’s known as the menstrual cycle. If the egg is not fertilised, it

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Cancer in Youngsters

Cancer in Youngsters

Cancer in Youngsters Many people, especially teenagers, find speaking to anyone about their bodies totally embarrassing & daunting. It’s important to remember that cancer in young people is rare and it could be that the symptoms are due to an ordinary every day illness. When it comes to cancer, this

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Pain Management

Pain Management

Pain Management in Cancer Patients Pain management in cancer patients needs special focus. The chance of experiencing pain in cancer patients is higher when cancer has spread or recurred. Cancer pain may not just be from the physical effect of the cancer on a region of the body, but also

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Treatment for cancer

Cancer Treatment Options

Cancer Treatment Options Cancer treatment options involves several modalities. Modalities can be used in isolation or in various combinations together, depending upon the type of cancer being treated. The following are the main modalities for treatment of cancer. Surgery Chemotherapy Radiation Therapy Biological Therapy Bone Marrow Therapy Hormonal Therapy Gene

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Screening test

Cancer Prevention Tests – Screening for Women and Men

Cancer Prevention Tests Screening for Women and Men Cancer prevention tests aims to detect cancer before symptoms appear. This may involve blood tests, urine tests, other tests, or medical imaging. Screening is highly advised for people with a family history of cancer as they have higher risk of developing cancer. The benefits

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