With cancer becoming more common these days more and more women are learning or being taught how to do self-examination of their breasts, they are taught what bumps or lumps to feel for as well as what other symptoms to pay attention too. It is VERY important that they pay close attention to any abnormalities in their breasts and to see their doctor as a matter of urgency should they notice any changes or lumps in their breast. There are alternative breast cancer treatment options available. Cancer does not only affect women it affects all genders and age groups. The Readers Digest actually named 10 changes to your health due to cancer “10 Early Signs That Cancer is growing in Your Body. There are many types of lung cancer- there are many that are related to the effects of asbestos: mesothelioma cancer, ovarian cancer, cancer of the voice box. Metastatic lung cancer- (Metastasis is the spread of cancer cells to new areas of the body –usually through the lymph system or bloodstream), advanced prostate cancer, cancer of the bladder, to mention a few. Common treatments for cancer are chemotherapy, surgery, radiation and medication. It is important to note that not all cancers are curable, especially the more chronic cancers, they can however be controlled for a period of time, it is possible in some cases that the cancer will go into remission. There are cancer support groups available for both the cancer sufferers and their families.
The National Foundation for Cancer Research (NFCR) was founded in 1973 in order to support cancer research and to education the public relating to the prevention, early diagnosis, treatments and ultimately discovers a cure for cancer. Cancer biology is the phrase used for diseases in which abnormal cells divide without control and can invade nearby tissue, and causes the cancer to spread throughout the body via the lymph glands or the bloodstream. Not many people are aware that there are alternative treatments to lung cancer, thanks to advanced technology the internet is full of information about lung cancer as well as information about lung cancer support groups, these alternative treatments include but not limited to: massage therapy, acupuncture, meditation and hypnosis.
Below are 13 warning signs to look out for and pay attention to:
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