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World Health Organisation Cancer Control Program

World Health Organization policy towards cancer control and treatment   The World Health Organization is a specialized agency of the United Nations that is concerned with international public health. WHO was built on 7 April 1948, and is housed in Geneva, Switzerland. The WHO is a member of the United Nations Development Assembly. The WHO is ...

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Recent advances in cancer treatment

RECENT ADVANCES IN CANCER TREATMENT Over the years, cancer treatment has gained huge importance and support from scholars and researchers. In the past decade radiation therapy, chemotherapy, targeted therapy, immunotherapy, hormone therapy, stem cell transplant have become popular in the cancer scene next to surgery and prevention. With time, even...

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New Evidence based causative factors of cancer

NEW EVIDENCE BASED CAUSATIVE FACTORS OF CANCER Cancer, at its core, is an abnormal growth of cells with genetic structure slightly different from their healthier counterpart- the normal cells. Cancer cells have different set of instructions in their DNA as opposed to the instructions in the healthy cells which come in the way of normal bodily func...

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THE GROWTH OF CANCER INCIDENCE IN INDIA

  THE GROWTH OF CANCER INCIDENCE IN INDIA The ubiquity of cancer over the decade is almost as obvious as global warming. Over the last few decades, India has seen rapid changes in technology and lifestyle. Some would even call these changes impediments as they have been realized to account for cancer. However, there seems to be an increase i...

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Cancer in children

Young children have a certain kind of energy that is contagious. They laugh, and play; they cause mischief; they are the greatest and utmost joy to their families and everyone around them. As undeserving as it sounds, some of these kids, fall victim to one of the world’s deadliest diseases - cancer. Although the number of children developing ...

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World Cancer Day 4th Feb, 2019 - Let Your Faith Be Bigger That Your Fear

World Cancer Day takes place every year on 4 February and is the uniting global initiative under which the world comes together to raise the profile of cancer in a positive and inspiring way. Spearheaded by the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC), the day aims to save millions of preventable deaths each year by raising awareness and impro...

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Cancer healing beyond Medicines

The art of mindful meditation is derived from ancient science and has proved to be highly effective in achieving amazing results for many.  Mindfulness or mindful meditation pursuits to acquire a stable and calm mind. It is rather surprising for many that calmness of the thought is a natural phenomenon that channeled through, by the means of m...

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Questions to Ask Your specialist/Doctor About Breast Cancer - PathSOS

Many patients too scared or anxious to ask important questions at their doctor's appointments, due to anxiety or simply that they are unprepared. You may want to photograph, print or e-mail yourself this appointment guide so you remember to get the answers you need. Breast Cancer Questions -  What is the type of breast cancer I have? What...

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A Breast Cancer Patient Story - PathSOS

When Mudit’s mother was diagnosed with breast cancer, his mind went blank. "My mind got muddled because everything happened so unexpectedly”, he said. Within days of a suspicious mass felt in the left breast by his mother in May 2018, she was scheduled for a stereotactic breast biopsy. The pathology report from that biopsy showed a br...

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Hereditary Cancer Testing

Cancer is a condition triggered by mutations (changes) in the genes of a cell that result in uncontrolled, abnormal cell growth. Some families have gene mutations that are passed down from one generation to the next. Genetic testing may help you determine if your cancer was due to an inherited gene mutation and if you are at an increased risk of d...

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