Archive for the ‘Cancer’ Category

  • Surviving Mesothelioma & Other Cancers

    Apr 3, 09 • Cancer1 Comment
    Surviving Mesothelioma & Other Cancers

    Paul Kraus is a mesothelioma survivor and the author of Surviving Mesothelioma and Other Cancers. Mesothelioma is an uncommon form of cancer, usually associated with previous exposure to asbestos. In this disease, malignant (cancerous) cells develop in the mesothelium, a protective lining that covers most of the body’s internal organs. Its most common site is [&hellip...

  • Prostate Treatments for Various Disorders

    Mar 12, 09 • Cancer1 Comment
    Prostate Treatments for Various Disorders

    Prostate treatments for common disorders in the prostate gland are varied and numerous. Disorders in the prostate gland are easier to control and treat than other diseases, thanks mainly to the scientific community’s numerous researches regarding the subject. Several options are available to men who suffer from these disorders, ranging from monitoring tactics to surgical [&hellip...

  • Breast Cancer & Pregnancy

    Mar 6, 09 • CancerNo Comments
    Breast Cancer & Pregnancy

    It is of prime importance that the obstetrician’s take a thorough breast examination of pregnant women to detect breast cancer. Often, the diagnosis is delayed because doctors and pregnant women assume that lumps in the breast are due to normal hormonal changes...

  • Cranberries – Simple Protection from Cancer, Heart Disease, And Other Illnesses

    Mar 5, 09 • CancerNo Comments
    Cranberries – Simple Protection from Cancer, Heart Disease, And Other Illnesses

    When is the last time you ate cranberries? Was it with a turkey dinner? With all the research pointing to the amazing health benefits of this simple berry, shouldn’t cranberries be more than a once a year side dish? How Cranberries Are Proving Their Strength...

  • Colon Cancer Early Symptoms

    Feb 28, 09 • Cancer1 Comment
    Colon Cancer Early Symptoms

    Colon cancer, also known as colorectal cancer or bowel cancer, is a cancer that develops in the colon or rectum. The cancer is most curable when detected before the development of the symptoms or during early symptoms. One of the important colon cancer early symptoms is rectal bleeding. But unfortunately, most people mistakenly consider the [&hellip...

  • Common Ingredients of Supplements for Prostate Health

    Feb 26, 09 • CancerNo Comments
    Common Ingredients of Supplements for Prostate Health

    The increasing number of men suffering from prostate disorders has resulted in the pharmaceutical industry’s development of various products that act as supplements for prostate health. These products are not meant to cure disorders such as prostatitis, enlarged prostate and cancer; instead, they are formulated to help keep the prostate gland healthy and less susceptible [&hellip...

  • Cancer – The Chemical Connection

    Feb 24, 09 • Cancer, WellnessNo Comments
    Cancer – The Chemical Connection

    Everyday we are exposed to numerous pollutants and you would have to be incredibly deluded not to make some association between modern society and ill health...

  • Radiation Therapy For Prostate Cancer Treatment

    Feb 24, 09 • CancerNo Comments
    Radiation Therapy For Prostate Cancer Treatment

    Radiation therapy, also commonly known as radiotherapy, is the most frequently prescribed prostate cancer treatment. It is designed to kill off your cancerous cells with high energy radiation beams however even with the accurateness of the process today some normal body cells are inevitably also killed during radiotherapy sessions. This accounts for any side effects [&hellip...

  • Mesothelioma – Cancer of the lung lining

    Feb 23, 09 • CancerNo Comments
    Mesothelioma – Cancer of the lung lining

    Mesothelioma is a very rare form of lung cancer that arises in the mesothelium. The mesothelium is made up of parietal and visceral membranes, thin layers of tissue, which surround organs and body cavities, such as the lungs or abdomen. The visceral membrane immediately surrounds the organ, and the parietal membrane is a sac covering. [&hellip...