Colorectal Cancer Early Detection

Colorectal Cancer Early Detection Colorectal Cancer – Early Detection, It is assumed that in early diagnosis 90 percent of all colorectal cancer patients can be cured. Therefore early detection plays an important role in colorectal cancer. For this reason, the legislator has created the possibility of early detection and preventive examinations Continue Reading

Treatment Procedure

Treatment Procedure   Treatment Procedure , Operative measures are performed in the appropriate neurosurgery clinic. Subsequently, the overall treatment concept is often defined in joint consultations in the clinic. This results in a close cooperation between neurosurgery, neurological or internal clinic and clinic for radio-oncology. In order to determine the most suitable Continue Reading

What is Cancer?

Cancer refers to the rapid formation of abnormal cells. Cancer can affect any part of the body, and it represents a complex interaction between genetics and external agents. However, some cancer is also highly preventable through healthy lifestyle choices. What Increases the Risk for Cancer? Risk factors for cancer are Continue Reading

How often is breast cancer?

How often is breast cancer? How often is breast cancer? Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women in all countries of the industrialized world. Since the 1980s, the number of cases has doubled. Approximately 70,000 times a year, doctors currently diagnose “breast cancer” in a woman, more than 17,000 Continue Reading

Cancer Deaths Are Down Nearly 30%: Here’s Why

Cancer Deaths Are Down Nearly 30%: Here’s Why Over the past 26 years, the overall cancer death rate in the United States has fallen significantly, driven by improvements for four major cancers, including lung cancer. The largest single drop ever was reported in 2017 with a 2.2 percent decline. Falling Continue Reading

What Do You Want to Know About Cancer?

What Do You Want to Know About Cancer? Overview Cancer is an umbrella term for a large group of diseases caused when abnormal cells divide rapidly, and spread to other tissue and organs. Cancer is one of the leading causes of death in the world. Cancer Growth and Metastasis In Continue Reading

Fertility Issues When You Have Cancer

Cancer and its treatments can sometimes impair a woman’s ability to get pregnant or a man’s ability to father children. But exactly what may happen depends on a person’s age, general health, fertility prior to cancer and the type, amount and duration of cancer treatment. Some cancers and their treatments Continue Reading

Staying Fit When You Have Cancer

Staying Fit When You Have CancerGetting more exercise may be the last thing on your mind when you’re being treated for cancer. But finding a way to remain active and stay fit before, during and after treatment can not only help you feel better—it may also contribute to a successful Continue Reading