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How to educate youth on Cancer prevention

Cancer in youngsters (15-25 years) is tough to diagnose as it’s quite rare. Early recognition and diagnosing can help make sure that a lot of youngsters diagnosed with cancer have early access to the most effective course of treatment and age-appropriate psychosocial care. Cancer during this age group is often tough to diagnose because the si...

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Smoking and cancer

Smoking accounts for 30 percent of all cancer deaths and 87 percent of lung cancer deaths.  The risk of developing cancer is 23 time times more in male smokers compared to non-smokers. Smoking or the repetitive use of cigarettes is associated with the risk of 15 types of cancers. Fewer than 10 percent of smokers are likely to be affected by lu...

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Brain Cancer and its Causes

Brain cancer is a disease of the brain in which malignant cancerous cells arise in the brain tissues. These cells grow to form a mass of cancerous tumors that causes disturbances to brain functions such as muscle control, feelings, memory, and other normal body functions. Tumors which comprise of cancer cells are called malignant tumors and are com...

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Cancer Statistics from around the World

Cancer incidence and mortality ratio is growing very fast across the globe. The reasons for this condition are complex but they reflect both aging and growth of population as well as changes in prevalence and the distribution of the risk factors. The International agency for research on cancer has made an estimation of cancer strikes across this va...

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Artificial Intelligence In Pathology

How is AI changing radiology and pathology to reinforce healthcare delivery and improve patient outcomes? Artificial Intelligence – the use of intelligent machines to figure and react like humans is already a part of our daily lives. Face recognition at passport control and voice recognition on virtual assistants like Alexa and Siri are alre...

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Question asked most about cervical cancer

What is Cervical Cancer? Cervical cancer is that type of cancer that arises from the cervix. It is mainly due to the abnormal growth of cells that have the capability to spread out and invade to the other parts of the body. Human papillomavirus (HPV) is a sexually transmitted infection which pays a major role in most cases of cervical cancer in al...

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Alternative therapies for Cancer

Many people who have cancer are rather interested in trying anything that can cure them out of this in one piece including complementary and alternative cancer therapies. Alternative cancer treatments can offer some feeling of control over cancer but many alternative cancer treatments are unproven and can be even dangerous. Alternative treatments m...

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Telemedicine in Chronic Diseases

Chronic diseases tend to become more common with age.  Chronic diseases are stated generally as conditions that last 3 months or more and need continuing medical attention or limit activities of daily living or both. Chronic diseases may be long-lived conditions that typically can be controlled but may not be cured sometimes. People living wi...

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Cancer Treatment and its Expense

Cancer is a group of diseases that involves abnormal growth of cells with the potential to expand and harm the other parts of the body. Cancer can change the course of life for any living being in a matter of a few days if it is not detected early and treated likewise. Tobacco use is leading the cause of cancer cases with more than 40 percent of ca...

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Cancer Vaccine

A Vaccine is a substance which is used to revive the production of antibodies and provide immunity against one or many diseases, that are prepared from the causative agent of a disease, its products, or a synthetic substitute, which act as an antigen without being inducing the disease. Cancer Vaccine (shot) is a vaccine available to treat certain k...

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