Why children can develop tumors

Why children can develop tumors at all is a mystery to many parents. The known risk factors do not play a role before the age of 20: the effects of pollutants or lifestyle-related risk factors usually only become apparent after decades. Accordingly, the types of tumor in which the influence Continue Reading

Health During the Pandemic

Health During the Pandemic,  Older adults have an increased risk of certain types of mental health symptoms. Anxiety: uneasiness of the mind caused by fear of unknown. Symptoms of anxiety include: stress low energy trouble sleeping, fatigu depression, helplessness, isolation appetite changes, lack of nutrition PSTD (post-traumatic stress disorder) physical Continue Reading

Which cancer patients belong to risk group?

Which cancer patients belong to risk group? The novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 has only been known since the beginning of 2020. Therefore, many questions regarding cancer and corona have not yet been finally clarified. In addition, the individual situations in which cancer patients find themselves can differ significantly. In general, the following Continue Reading

Men breast cancer

What is Men breast cancer? Signs and symptoms of male breast cancer can include: A painless lump or thickening in your breast tissue. Changes to the skin covering your breast, such as dimpling, puckering, redness or scaling. Changes to your nipple, such as redness or scaling, or a nipple that begins to turn inward. Breast cancer can Continue Reading

Bone Cancer risk factors and symptoms

what is bone cancer?  There are several cancers that emanate from the cells of the bones (primary bone tumors). The most common is osteosarcoma. Other bone crabs are z. Chondrosarcoma or Ewing’s sarcoma. Bone Cancer risk factors The exact reasons for the formation of bone tumors are often unclear. The development Continue Reading

Types of Oncologists

Oncology deals not only with diagnosis and treatment of all tumors and also all developments in this field. Many studies are conducted and new techniques are developed to ensure early diagnosis of various types of cancers. Computed tomography, ultrasound, nuclear magnetic resonance imaging and PET/CT are only some examples. Chemotherapy Continue Reading

What else do cancer patients need to know about COVID-19?

What else do cancer patients need to know about COVID-19? Doctors are still learning about the possible risks of COVID-19 infection for cancer patients. But they do have a lot of information regarding the risk of infections in general for cancer patients. Cancer patients Avoiding being exposed to the virus Continue Reading

What is radiation therapy?

What is radiation therapy? Radiotherapy is the most important treatment for tumors of the central nervous system after surgery. As an independent discipline, radiation therapy (including radio-oncology) is a relatively young subject. In former times radiation therapy or radio-oncology was led under the heading of “radiology“, which summarized the individual Continue Reading

Malignant melanoma black skin cancer

Malignant melanoma black skin cancer Malignant melanoma black skin cancer, Causes, symptoms and therapies at a glance: The malignant melanoma of the skin, also called black skin cancer, is the most malignant form of skin cancer, cause is usually too high UV radiation. Here you will find information about: frequency Continue Reading

Novel protein drives cancer progression

Cancers arise when the genetic code of normal cells is altered, causing excessive growth. Researchers from the Cancer Science Institute of Singapore (CSI Singapore) at the National University of Singapore (NUS) have discovered a protein that drives the growth of cancers of the esophagus or liver by altering the genetic Continue Reading