Cancer of the lung, like all cancers, results from an abnormality in the body’s basic unit of life, the cell. Normally, the body maintains a system of checks and balances on cell growth so that cells divide to produce new cells only when new cells are needed. Disruption of this system of checks and balances…

Types of Complementary Therapies Some people with cancer may consider using complementary therapy in addition to standard cancer treatment. This approach is called integrative medicine when it has been discussed with and approved by your health care team. Many people use complementary therapies to: Reduce the side effects of cancer treatmentImprove their physical and emotional…

Returning to work after cancer is no easy feat.  Impossible as it might seem–especially after battling cancer–the day comes when treatment is finished.  Facing a job again can be nerve-wracking, stressful, and exhausting. For some survivors, it’s important to jump right back on the wagon, to prove you’re in control.  For others, it might be…

Cancer and cancer treatment can change the body image which in turn can affect the self confidence of the patient. They may feel conscious about the image, feel depressed or different. These FAQ’s will help them to cope with the changed body image. What is body image?          Body image is how you see your…

Cancer, even best of therapy can have recurrences. There can be short and long term side effects of treatment. All these require follow up and regular check up. While navigating your new life after cancer, you may have questions regarding follow-up treatment. Following FAQ’s will help you in that. What is follow-up cancer care, and…

Cancer treatment is not just anti cancer treatment alone but a holistic management. Often many aspects of cancer care get less attention. Patients and care givers by educating themselves can carry out a self help instead of depending upon doctors and nurses for each and every thing. These FAQ’s are directed to help the patients…

It is often said that nurses are the heart of health care. For those with cancer, oncology nurses are there for patients during their most difficult and intimate moments in life, the ones at patients’ bedside, educating them, encouraging them. They are also the ones behind and on the scenes, communicating with the doctors, coordinating…

Role of Caregivers Cancer touches more people than just those who receive the diagnosis. If your spouse, parent, child, or close friend has cancer, you may find yourself in the role of primary caregiver and advocate during treatment and, in some cases, through an extended recovery period. You’ll be indispensable in many ways — and…

New research examines the consumption of onion and garlic among women in Puerto Rico and suggests that the vegetables can significantly reduce the risk of breast cancer. In regards to cancer, several studies have specifically explored the links between onion and garlic consumption and the risk of colorectal, stomach, and prostate cancer. Overall, these studies have…

Decision Making and treatment of cancer is a complicated one and involves in addition to service provider , also the family or the care giver. The treatment team involves the medical Oncologist , Surgical Oncology Team and the Radiotherapist . Usually the treatment is planned by the treating Oncologist. The different option for cancer treatment…

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