Oncology Nurse – Patient’s Best Friend During Cancer Treatment (24X7!!) 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…

Cancer gives most people no symptoms or signs that exclusively indicate the disease. Unfortunately, every complaint or symptom of cancer can be explained by a harmless condition as well. If certain symptoms occur or persist, however, a doctor should be seen for further evaluation. Some common symptoms that may occur with cancer are as follows:…

Genetically modified microbes release “nanobodies” that alert the immune system to cancer in mice, scientists report. Scientists have used genetically reprogrammed bacteria to destroy tumors in mice. The innovative method one day may lead to cancer therapies that treat the disease more precisely, without the side effects of conventional drugs. At some point in the future, we will…

PASSIVE SMOKING : Are u at risk ?? Inhalation of smoke that comes from someone else smoking. Passive smoking is associated with the same array of diseases as actual smoking, with an elevated risk of lung cancer and other diseases. How bad is passive smoking? Passive smoking can cause premature death in non-smokers. Passive smoking increases the…

Use of tobacco is on the rise in India both in men and women. Tobacco can be used in smoke form and smokeless form. Smokeless tobacco is tobacco that is not burned. It is also known as chewing tobacco, oral tobacco, spit or spitting tobacco, dip, chew, and snuff. Most people chew or suck (dip)…

If you were asked to describe the relationship between “tobacco smoking” and “cancer,” you might immediately think of lung cancer. It’s true that smoking tobacco products (including cigarettes and cigars) causes almost nine of every 10 cases of lung cancer, but smoking can cause cancer almost anywhere in your body, including in the— Bladder.Blood (acute…

Cancer is the uncontrolled development of strange cells anyplace in a body. These irregular cells are named malignant growth cells, malignant cells, or tumour cells. These cells can invade ordinary body tissues. Numerous tumours and the strange cells that create the malignant growth tissue are additionally distinguished by the name of the tissue that the…

What is tobacco? Tobacco is a plant grown for its leaves, which are dried and fermented before being put in tobacco products. Tobacco contains nicotine, an ingredient that can lead to addiction, which is why so many people who use tobacco find it difficult to quit. There are also many other potentially harmful chemicals found…

Multiple myeloma is often referred to simply as myeloma. It is a type of cancer that starts in the plasma cells of the bone marrow. These are protein-making cells which normally make all of the different kinds of proteins that comprise the antibodies of the immune system. In multiple myeloma, the plasma cells undergo what is referred…

Radiotherapy involves the use of radiation to damage or kill cancer cells. It is carried out in a radiotherapy department, which may be part of the hospital you attend, or it may be part of another hospital. Before you go for radiotherapy, a radiation oncologist will plan your treatment to create the maximum damage to…

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