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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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Breast Cancer Prevention in Women

Breast cancer is the type of cancer that has a valid preventive strategy if we’re talking about active prevention. There are about 1.38 million new cases and 458 000 deaths from breast cancer each year. Early diagnosis is a cornerstone for breast cancer care. An old saying comes true, “Prevention is better than cure” In Breast c...

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Hair loss during Cancer Treatment and its Regrowth

Alopecia or hair loss is the side effects of cancer treatments like chemotherapy, targeted therapy, radiation therapy, or bone marrow/stem cell transplants. This hair loss occurs due to the medication and treatments that affect or harm the cells that help hair grow two or three weeks into the treatment cycle and the intensity of fall tends to incre...

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Colon Cancer

Forget swallowing bubblegum and fearing it being stuck in your intestine and stomach for days and finally getting operated to remove the gum from your body, colon cancer beats this and every other major digestive affliction. Colon cancer is a type of cancer where the large intestines form polyps which later turn into cancer.  Colon cancer or c...

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Stories of Cancer Survivor

Stories have the power to move people. Stories that rise form hardships in life, stories that come from cancer survivors. Inspiring words meant to change people for the better, meant to show what cancer could do to the healthiest and toughest people of them all. When we look at the case of acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) in Sarah *, it makes us...

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Physical Activity and the Cancer Patient

Surviving Cancer and making it through cancer treatment towards the start of a new and enlightened life is great accomplishments. In 2014 a study was published which showed that working out regularly can help fight cancer and also decrease the risk of possible cancer development in young people and adults as well. Only rest can lead to loss of body...

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Oral Cancer

Oral Cancer is illustrated as the uncontrollable growth of cells that invade and damage the tissues in the surrounding area of the oral cavity. Oral cancer appears as a growth or sore that does not go away with ease. Oral cancer is found mostly in the lips, cheeks, on the floor of the hard and soft palate and in the throat (pharynx) it can be life-...

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Breast Cancer in Women

Worldwide, Breast cancer is the most common invasive cancer in women. It affects about 12% of women worldwide.  The statistics are appalling to even be this high as the part of the body affected in this cancer itself is seen as a stigma. As sensitive as the topic may seem, the disease certainly is not. Worldwide 4.4 million women live are...

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Genetics in Cancer Care

Genetics is the study of genes and hereditary. Genes carry the information and instructions to make proteins that are the core reason for the working of the cells in our bodies. While cancer is a genetic disease, meaning disease that arises due to changes in the genetic makeup in the body of an organism, it is not hereditary in most cases. Certain ...

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Cancer and its top 5 types in India

Cancer is a disastrous disease which causes hundreds and thousands of deaths to many family members every year. Cancer is a generic term for a large group of diseases which may affect any part of the body. Tobacco consumption, alcohol consumption, unhealthy diet, and physical inactivity are some of major cancer risk factors worldwide and are also t...

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