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Category :: Cancer Articles Author :: Max Bellamy 
 
 Article Title :: Nodular Melanoma
 
The awareness of the dangers of skin cancer, particularly melanoma, has doubtless increased. Still, the most fatal form of melanoma is frequently left undiagnosed in the fledging stages.Nodular melanoma is the most serious and life threatening form of skin cancer, constituting around 35% of all thick melanoma cases. In comparison, the most general form of melanoma, the superficial spreading melanoma, is regularly diagnosed in its infancy and characteristically is a thin melanoma.The dissimilarity between thick and thin melanomas is quite straightforward. Thin melanomas have a tendency to spread out over the top of the skin surface. Thick melanomas, on the other hand, are mo  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Cancer Articles Author :: Jonathan Mayheart - 
 
 Article Title :: Breast Cancer Ribbon
 
These days almost every worthy cause finds itself a proper ribbon, without getting into the debate about the use of ribbons and how people use them, there are not many ribbons that I know of that are more important than the breast cancer ribbon. Breast cancer is a dangerous enemy, while it is true that the awareness to its risks and the understanding of the prevention measures that need to be taken on a regular basis has increased over the years and had probably saved many lives, some people are still not aware of breast cancer and others prefer to live in some sort of denial. So why is it important to use the pink ribbon and join the fight against breast cancer? Fi  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Cancer Articles Author :: Lance Winslow 
 
 Article Title :: Hurricanes and Lung Cancer
 
After Natural Disasters there can be a lot of debris in the air and that can get into our lungs. Imagine a building with asbestos insulation torn apart and exposing all that insulation, well now you can see the problem.One other issue which is happening right now is called the; 911 Death Cough, were first responders are getting sick and they are dying and coughing. Currently some 19,000 folks have the cough and so far less than 100 have died but they expect that the number may reach up into the 20,000 range in the next 10-years?Well that is very unfortunate to see so many people who were only doing their jobs or trying to help, who are now dying due to breathing in airborne   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Cancer Articles Author :: Joel Dresse 
 
 Article Title :: Cancer Preventive Measures
 
Cancer is a very deadly disease. This disease is one of the most deadly in terms of numbers killed year in and out. According to statistics one in three people will be affected by cancer. And one in four people will die of cancer. However cancer could be prevented in certain situations. The first step in cancer prevention is learning what causes it and the risk factors involved. Avoiding these risk factors can help a person reduce the likelihood of having cancers.Here are the following risk factors that a person can avoid to prevent cancer.1. Tobacco – 30% of all cancer deaths in the United States are caused by smoking. It is also responsible for 87% of all people affected  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Cancer Articles Author :: Jason Gluckman 
 
 Article Title :: Mesothelioma Asbestos Diseases
 
The most common diseases caused by asbestos are asbestosis and pleural disease. The most general forms of asbestos cancer are mesothelioma and lung cancer. The former is also occasionally called mesothelioma cancer or simply “meso”.Asbestos dust is also responsible for numerous types of throat cancer, including pharyngeal cancer, esophageal cancer, and laryngeal cancer. Stomach and colon cancer are two other types of cancer related to asbestos.It is vital to note that the latency period, which is the period between actually being in contact with the mineral and the onset of asbestos cancer or a disease related to asbestos, can be quite long. In some cases, it can be ove  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Cancer Articles Author :: Nick Collebechi 
 
 Article Title :: What About Mesothelioma Prevention Legal System?
 
A lot has been said about what mesothelioma is, what mesothelioma lawyers can do and how can mesothelioma victims sue asbestos companies. It has also being explained in great detail what are the benefits for mesothelioma lawyers, the suing process and the amounts a victim can obtain when winning the case. What about asbestos companies? Were they really unaware of this kind of cancer? What about the government? Did it really have no knowledge whatsoever about what was going on? Shouldn´t this example warn us about how fragile certain legal structures are in practice and how we must fight for our rights?I think that the best approach when dealing with this kind of issues is asking o  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Cancer Articles Author :: Mike Herman 
 
 Article Title :: Hair Loss From Chemotherapy
 
Many of us have family members, friends or acquiantences who are suffering, or have suffered, through cancer and most of those people have been treated with chemotherapy.One of the most common effects of chemotherapy, besides loss of energy, wanting to sleep all the time and the loss of imunity, is hair loss. Between people the hair loss will vary from thinning of the hair to a complete loss of hair.Complete hair loss means from all part of the body including pubic hair. While it is difficult to see yourself without hair, you should know that the hair will reappear over a period of a few days or not happen for weeks into the therapyNot every cancer drug used in chemot  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Cancer Articles Author :: Richard Romando 
 
 Article Title :: Prostate
 
The prostate is a gland in the male reproductive system. It is located just below the bladder and wraps around the urethra. The prostate gland measures 3-4 cm long and 3-5 cm in width. On average, the prostate gland weighs 20 grams. The prostate consists of approximately 30% muscular tissue while the remaining is glandular tissue.Seminal vesicles are attached to the prostate and produce material that mixes with prostatic fluid to form semen. The tubes from the testicles carry sperm to the prostate, which mixes with the seminal fluid and is ejaculated during orgasm.The prostate may increase in size as age progresses. This condition is called benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH)  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Cancer Articles Author :: Richard Romando 
 
 Article Title :: Prostate Cancer
 
The uncontrolled growth of cells around the outer region of the prostate, which gives rise to the development of a malignant tumor, is called prostate cancer. Prostate cancer is common among American males. Over 250,000 cases are diagnosed in the United States every year.Early signs of prostate cancer are difficult to detect. Symptoms only set in once the tumor spreads. Change in urination habits with increased frequency or dribbling are the first signs of prostate cancer. The cancer may spread from the prostate to nearby lymph nodes, bones or other organs, leading to a condition called metastasis. As a result, some men experience back pain. Once the cancer spreads beyond the prost  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Cancer Articles Author :: Kent Pinkerton 
 
 Article Title :: Thyroid Cancer
 
Thyroid cancer develops as a result of the uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells in the thyroid gland, resulting in a tumor. Some of these tumors are benign or non cancerous while some are malignant or cancerous. The malignant tumors spread to the nearby tissues and other parts of the body causing severe complications. Since the thyroid gland is close to the skin, tumors often appear as lumps called thyroid nodules in the neck. Thyroid cancer is more widespread among women than men; however, the reason for this is not clear. About 20,000 cases of thyroid cancer are reported each year in the United States.The precise causes of thyroid cancer remain vague. Some studies reveal that pe  (read full article)
 
 
 
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