Does Coffee Cause Cancer ?

Does Coffee Cause Cancer International cancer researchers are now withdrawing their earlier assessment of coffee as “potentially carcinogenic.” But there is a new warning – it applies to over-hot drinks. Good news for coffee drinkers first: your favorite treat is not carcinogenic. At least a “carcinogenic effect” is not conclusively Continue Reading

Gallbladder Cancer / Bile Duct Cancer

Gallbladder Cancer / Bile Duct Cancer The gallbladder lies between liver and intestine. The gallbladder stores the bile produced by the liver. It is important for the digestive processes in the small intestine. If necessary, therefore, bile is passed through the bile duct into the small intestine. Gallbladder and adjacent Continue Reading

Cervical Cancer Early Detection

Cervical Cancer Early Detection The uterus is a pear-shaped organ in the abdomen of thewoman in which the unborn child grows up to birth. The uterus consists of twosections: the uterine body (corpus uteri) and the cervix (cervix uteri). In theuterus, two different types of cancer can develop: uterine cancer Continue Reading

What is Cancer ?

What is Cancer ? What is Cancer ? Tumors developing in the human body (tissues and organs); It can be benign (benign) or malignant (malignant). According to the malignant neoplasms the malignant tumors originate; Cancer (which takes its source from epithelial cells) or sarcoma (which takes its source from mesenchymal cells). Continue Reading

Anal Cancer

Anal Cancer Every year, around 200 people in Switzerland develop anal cancer (intestinal cancer), which is less than 1% of all cancers. About 70% of those affected are women, 30% men. 50% of patients are 50 to 69 years old at the time of diagnosis, another 40% are 70 or Continue Reading