Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Diagnosis of Cancer -4

We now continue with the diagnosis of colorectal cancer. Known also as bowel cancer or colon cancer, it is the development of cancer from the colon (the large bowel)  or rectum (parts of the large intestine). Globally more than 1 million people get colon cancer every year. It is more common in developed countries. It is the second highest cause of cancer occurrence and death for...

Diagnosis of Cancer -3

Today we are going to talk about the diagnosis of liver cancer. The liver is the largest organ in the body, sits on the right side of the abdomen, next to the stomach. It manufactures bile and blood proteins, filters the blood, rids the body of harmful chemicals, and has other vital functions. Liver cancer can either...

Basic understanding of cancer

Cancer is a family of malignant tumors, characteristic of abnormal generation of  tissues in internal organs. In terms of clinical manifestations, a mass or lump grows bigger and bigger in size, uneven, hard. When it comes to the patient’s symptoms, he may feel pain, have a fever, together with bad appetite, weakness, and loss of...

Cancer ……There is still no cure yet?

Many have learned that in the US, 1 in 2 men and 1 in 3 women will develop cancer in their lifetime. Now, a similar rate has been reported in the UK, Canada, and other developed nations. Cancer was not common in China thirty years ago. But with the industrialization, more and more people have...
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