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How To Give up Smoking (02 Nov 2009)
One of the most savage diseases in today's times is smoking. It makes a soul baffle for air 3 times more than a non-smoker. It has very countless rebounds on the life of the smoker and those around him. It leads to lung cancer and various cardiopathies like asthma attack and pulmonary emphysema. We should so abhor this baneful illness and Lay off smoking.

Oral cancer (26 Aug 2009)
Oral cancer is a kind of cancer that affects some part of your mouth; this may be your lips, the inside of your mouth, the salivary glands, the tongues, or even the insides of the cheeks. Now the good news is, is that when detected early, oral cancer is very curable and has a very high success rate in getting rid of it completely. Oral cancers caused by human papillomavirus, or HPV, have been on the rise in men over the past 30 years, according to research published in a February issue of the Journal of Clinical Oncology . In both genders, HPV can be transmitted through oral sex; the virus is also the prime cause of cervical cancer. Oral cancers tend to grow fast and feel hard. Cancer beginning in the small salivary glands commonly appears as a small swelling.

How to prevent Oral cancer. (26 Aug 2009)
Oral cancer, which includes cancers of the lips, tongue, cheeks, floor of the mouth, hard and soft palate, sinuses, and pharynx (throat), can be life threatening if not diagnosed and treated early. Oral cancer in this group tends to favor the tonsil and tonsillar pillars, base of the tongue, and the oropharnyx. Recent data suggest that individuals that come to the disease from this particular etiology have some slight survival advantage. Oral cancer is usually caused by smoking, chewing tobacco as well as consuming excess alcohol.

Cervix cancer (26 Aug 2009)
Cervix cancer does not spread early. It spreads by way of the lymphatic system. Cervix cancer screening should be offered to all women over 25 years. There is limited evidence of benefit from screening in women aged over 60 years, though the likely yield of screening is low in women over age 60 since the incidence of high-grade cervical lesions declines after middle age. Cervix cancer is preceded by cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN). Surgery for CIN is effective at reducing the risk of subsequent invasive carcinoma.

What is Mouth cancer? (26 Aug 2009)
Mouth cancers are most common in males over the age of 50. Smokers are six times more likely to develop mouth cancer than those who do not smoke and the use of smokeless tobacco products, such as dip, snuff or chewing tobacco, may also increase the risk of cancers of the cheek, gums and lining of the lips by about 50 times. Mouth cancer can be cancer of the lip, tongue, gums and floor of the mouth. Though not so common but it can occur on the inside of the cheeks and the palate. Mouth cancer is a type of head and neck cancer. It can occur in many different areas of your mouth, including your lips, tongue, gums, floor of the mouth (under the tongue), inside the cheeks and on the palate (roof of the mouth).

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Testicular cancer (26 Aug 2009)
Testicular cancers often make chemicals which can be detected in a blood sample. The presence of one or more of these chemicals can help to confirm a testicular cancer. Testicular cancer develops from within the cells in the testes and is the result of abnormal germ cell development. The main symptoms are a lump or enlargement that develops in one or both of the testes, a feeling of heaviness in the scrotum, or discomfort in a testicle or scrotum. Testicular cancer, although an uncommon malignancy, is the most frequently occurring cancer in young men. In the year 2005, an estimated 8,010 cases of testicular cancer will be diagnosed in the United States.

Gastric cancer (26 Aug 2009)
Gastric cancer currently ranks second in global cancer mortality. Chemotherapy clearly improves survival in comparison to best supportive care only. Gastric cancer is also known as stomach cancer. This condition affects men somewhat more often than women. In 2008, approximately 21,500 new cases of gastric cancer will be diagnosed in the United States, according to the American Cancer Society. Gastric cancer is often in an advanced stage when it is diagnosed . At later stages, gastric cancer can be treated but rarely can be cured .

Testicular cancer and its Treatment (26 Aug 2009)
Testicular cancer is more common in younger and middle-aged men than it is in older men. One risk factor for testicular cancer is having undescended testicle , when one or both testicles have not moved down into the scrotum. Testicular tumors may contain both seminoma and nonseminoma cells. Testicular cancer is a type of cancer that develops in the testicles, a part of the male reproductive system. In the United States, about 8,000 to 9,000 diagnoses of testicular cancer are made each year.

Cervical cancer (26 Aug 2009)
Cervical cancer was once one of the most common causes of cancer death, but death rates have dropped dramatically over the last 40 years. This is due to the widespread use of the Pap test, an examination performed in your doctor's office to detect abnormal cells before cancer develops. Cervical cancer continues to be the second most common type of cancer in women worldwide (after breast cancer ). Cervical cancer can easily be prevented. Its cause is known: the human papillomavirus (HPV).

Metastatic cancer (26 Aug 2009)
Metastatic cancer spreads from a tumor locally to surrounding tissues or regionally to other organs and lymph nodes through the lymphatic system and the blood stream. Common regions of the body where the cancer spreads, are the bones, lungs, brain, and liver. Metastatic cancer occurs when cancer cells spread from the place where the Question 3). Metastatic cancer to the thyroid usually occurs in patients with disseminated cancers and is associated with a dismal prognosis, with death occurring in 9 months on average [1 ,2 ]. Patients with solitary thyroid metastatic RCC may have a prolonged survival after surgical resection and adjuvant therapy [4 ,5 ].

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Colorectal cancer (26 Aug 2009)
Colorectal cancer is a common type of cancer in the United States. It is the second most common cause of death from cancer in the country. Colorectal cancer requires surgery in nearly all cases for complete cure. Radiation and chemotherapy are sometimes used in addition to surgery. Colorectal cancer is cancer that occurs in the colon or rectum. Sometimes it is called colon cancer, for short.

Heart cancer (26 Aug 2009)
Heart Cancers not only result due to the proliferation of the cells in the heart. It can also be caused due to several reasons. Heart cancer is also called cardiac sarcoma or an angiosarcoma. There is a belief that cells that multiply more often are prone to cancer unlike the heat tissue which do not divide at all. Heart cancer is very rare and develops in the tissues of the heart. It is also known as a cardiac sarcoma or an angiosarcoma.

Stomach cancer (26 Aug 2009)
Stomach cancer (gastric cancer) is cancer that starts in any part of the stomach. Stomach cancer symptoms are different from those of other types of abdominal cavity organ cancers and it is also treated differently. Stomach cancer is curable if it is found while it is confined to the stomach. Unfortunately, because there are few early symptoms of stomach cancer, the cancer often spreads to other organs or the lymph nodes before it is diagnosed. Stomach cancer, which is also called gastric cancer, is a disease that starts in the stomach. More than 22,000 Americans will be diagnosed with stomach cancer this year.

lymphoma cancer (26 Aug 2009)
Lymphoma is a cancer that affects the cells of the immune system. This cancer in dogs is not dissimilar to non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma in humans. Lymph nodes grow along the network of lymph vessels found throughout the body. Clusters of lymph nodes are found in the underarm, pelvis, neck, abdomen, and groin. Lymphoma is any of a variety of cancer that originates in the lymphatic system. In technical terms, lymphoma denotes malignancies of lymphocytes or, more rarely, of histiocytes.

Brain cancer (26 Aug 2009)
Brain cancer is generally classified in two categories. Primary brain cancer occurs when a tumor originates in the brain. Brain cancer is a disease of the brain where cancer cells (malignant) grow in the brain tissue. Cancer cells grow to form a mass of cancer tissue (tumor) that interferes with brain tissue functions such as muscle control, sensation, memory, and other normal body functions. Brain cancer is one of the deadliest and fast-spreading types of cancer in humans.

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Kidney cancer (26 Aug 2009)
Kidney cancer is the seventh most common cancer and the tenth most common cause of cancer death in men. It is the eighth most common cause of cancer in women. Kidney Cancer can form in the small tubes inside the kidney. Those tubes located in the center of the kidney where urine collects, are used to filter blood. Kidney cancer where the tumor has not spread has a five-year survival of up to 75 percent.

Renal cell cancers (26 Aug 2009)
Renal cell cancer is one of the few tumors in which well-documented cases of spontaneous tumor regression in the absence of therapy exist, but this occurs very rarely and may not lead to long-term survival. Surgical resection is the mainstay of treatment of this disease. Renal cell cancer (also called kidney cancer or renal cell carcinoma) is a disease in which malignant (cancer) cells are found in the lining of tubules (very small tubes) in the kidney. There are two kidneys, one on each side of the backbone, above the waist. Renal cell cancers have historically been resistant to treatment with chemotherapy; only 10?15% of patients experience an anticancer response to currently available single chemotherapy drugs.

Colon cancer (26 Aug 2009)
Colon cancer is the uncontrolled growth of cancerous cells in the colon, most frequently affecting the mucus-producing cells. People in the early stages of colon cancer often have no symptoms. Colon cancer, colorectal cancer and rectal cancer are all the same disease. This kind of cancer is the third most common form of cancer in both men and women in the United States. Colon cancer is the term commonly used to describe colo-rectal (or bowel) cancer. The colon is part of the intestines.

Bone cancers (26 Aug 2009)
Bone cancer is a growth found in any part of the bone. Most bone cancers develop predominantly from bone, cartilage, muscle, fibrous tissue, fatty tissue or nerve tissue. Bone cancer is a rare form of cancer. The human body is made of more than 200 bones. Bone cancer can present itself in any of the bones of the body, but it is diagnosed most often in the long bones of the arms and legs. While it can start at any age, the most common types of bone cancer occur in children and young adults.

Bladder cancer (26 Aug 2009)
Bladder cancer is curable in most cases, but if it isn't caught early, it can spread outside the bladder wall and to other parts of the body. The first sign of bladder cancer is often blood in the urine, but frequent urges to urinate, a burning sensation while urinating, and pain in the pelvis and lower back may also be causes for concern. Bladder cancer is also associated with industrial exposure to aromatic amines in dyes, paints, solvents, leather dust, inks, combustion products, rubber, and textiles. Therefore, higher-risk occupations associated with bladder cancer include painting, driving trucks, and working with metal. Bladder cancer is suspected clinically. Urine cytology, which may detect malignant cells, may be done.

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