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Best institution for experimental protocol to add to nexavar (sorafenib) for metastatic HCC - 34 yo Asian male, s/p omental resection?

Best institution for experimental protocol to add to nexavar (sorafenib) for metastatic HCC - 34 yo Asian male, s/p omental resection?

Many: The top Cancer Centers are located in Houston(MD Anderson) and New York(Sloan Kettering Center. Tell us which state you live in, we might be able to help you find someone closer to your home ...Read more

Dr. Barry Rosen
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Cancer (Definition)

Cancer is a group of diseases that is characterized by uncontrolled cell growth leading to invasion of surrounding tissues that spread to other parts of the body. Cancer can begin anywhere in the body and is usually related to one or more genetic mutations that allow normal cells to become malignant by interfering with internal cellular control mechanisms, such as programmed cell death or by preventing ...Read more


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What diet is best for breast cancer patient?

What diet is best for breast cancer patient?

Healthy: You should maintain a healthy diet. After surgery it is important to increase your protein content to heal your wounds. ...Read more

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What treatment to expect with adenocarcinoma colon cancer?

What treatment to expect with adenocarcinoma colon cancer?

Surgery, chemo: Depending on the stage, an operation is usually necessary to remove the diseased portion of the colon along with its nearby lymph nodes. Then, depending on if the cancer has spread to those lymph nodes impacts whether you will also need chemotherapy. If the cancer has already spread beyond the colon, sometimes you start with chemo. ...Read more

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Is molecular oncology a good test to do to determine treatment for metastic colon cancer ?

Is molecular oncology a good test to do to determine treatment for metastic colon cancer ?

Kras braf tests are: Molecular testing of colon mets tissue for gene mutations of those two loci predict patients who will or will not respond to precision anti tumor (epidermal growth factor receptor protein) antibodies. These were FDA okd and clinically proven in hundreds of tested and treated patients to be beneficial in survival. Oncologists versed with and pathologists who process these tumor tissues shld help U. ...Read more

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What is the best healthy diet for breast cancer stage 3 people?

What is the best healthy diet for breast cancer stage 3 people?

Food not the answer: Despite what the naturopaths say food doesn't effect disease and you can't cure cancer with wheat grass and tree bark ...Read more

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How to identify the risk factors(determinants) of lung cancer, aids, &colon cancer?

How to identify the risk factors(determinants) of lung cancer, aids, &colon cancer?

Lifestyle choices: Cigarette smoking, promiscuous unprotected sex, and low fiber diet or positve family history are simple answers for your listed afflictions, respectively. Screening tests for lung cancer (CT chest), and colon cancer (colonoscopy) are available. Check the American Cancer Society website to determine if you fit the appropriate category to have these exams. ...Read more

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Experts, might someone recommend nexavar (sorafenib) for a stage 4 inactive neuroendocrine pancreatic cancer patient?

Experts, might someone recommend nexavar (sorafenib) for a stage 4 inactive neuroendocrine pancreatic cancer patient?

Possibly: Stage 4 indicates that you have net at a site distant from the pancreas or regional lymph node, likely the liver. Not clear what you mean by"inactive", whether you mean it is stable or not secreting any substance. In any case, sorafenib (nexavar) is being tested in metastatic net in clinical trials (http://clinicaltrials.Gov/ct2/show/nct00131911) & (http://www.Ncbi.Nlm.Nih.Gov/pubmed/23475104). ...Read more

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Best nci national cancer institute breast cancer risk assessment tool?

Best nci national cancer institute breast cancer risk assessment tool?

Gail Risk Assessment: Gail breast cancer risk assessment tool. See: http://www.Cancer.Gov/bcrisktool/. ...Read more

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What is recommended follow up for lung cancer (squamous 2a) after 5years?

What is recommended  follow up for lung cancer (squamous 2a) after 5years?

Unclear: After 5 years the chance of recurrence is low. However, individuals who have had one lung cancer, are at risk for developing a separate, new unrelated lung cancer. Therefore surviviors after 5 years should probably get yearly low dose chest ct scans. ...Read more

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What food is best suited for a stage four bone cancer patient?

What food is best suited for a stage four bone cancer patient?

Comfort: A person with stage IV cancer is not likely to be cured of the cancer and should eat whatever makes her/him feel comfortable. ...Read more

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What is a good treatment for colon cancer stage 4?

What is a good treatment for colon cancer stage 4?

Chemo: Stage 4 colon Ca best handled by assuring that the primary is removed so other sites of spread don't appear. Systemic chemo then used for primary control but if lesions are in one area such as liver or lung, those sites approached if lesions small and resectable. If liver lesions get numerous then chemo embolization or Yt microspheres used. Thorascopic resection employed with some lung lesions. ...Read more

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What is a good treatment for colon cancer stage 4?

What is a good treatment for colon cancer stage 4?

Well: Well, Across the board, Stage IV colon cancer is not a good thing to have. Statistically, the main survival with chemotherapy is about 2-3 years unfortunately. I have patients that are alive and relatively well on palliative chemotherapy after many more years. Every case is different and many options exists depending upon where the metastasis is located at. Usually Chemotherapy is the main treatme ...Read more

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Malignant! does anyone knows a good lung cancer site?

Malignant! does anyone knows a good lung cancer site?

Yes: Check nccn or the american cancer society web sites, they are both full of information, and the information comes from good legitimate sources. ...Read more

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What's the best chemotherapy protocol for mesenchymal chondrosarcoma stage 1b?

What's the best chemotherapy protocol for mesenchymal chondrosarcoma stage 1b?

Chemotherapy : I would suggest you consult nccn.Org. Most oncology centers use nccn protocols for managing their cancer patients. ...Read more

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Best pain medicine for pancreatic cancer?

Best pain medicine for pancreatic cancer?

Different for each: Unfortunately pancreatic cancer can be very painful. Each person responds differently and no one solution for everyone. Use of narcotics is usually the first step. Nerve block and nerve abalation techniques are also helpful for some. ...Read more

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Please help! what is the best treatment for colon cancer stage 4?

Please help! what is the best treatment for colon cancer stage 4?

Mostly chemo: Plus or minus avastin, (bevacizumab) but not with curative intent. Occasionally a patient may have an isolated metastasis than can be removed surgically and then get chemo. Those patients have better odds. ...Read more

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Is liver resection possible for brother w/stage 4 colon cancer mest to liver w/lots of tumor.

Is liver resection possible for brother w/stage 4 colon cancer mest to liver w/lots of tumor.

Possibly: Removal of liver metastases can sometimes be helpful for patients with colon cancer. A remarkable amount of cancer can be removed usually after there has been some response to chemotherapy. If surgery is not recommended alternatives such as radioembolization, chemoembolization, radiosurgery, or rfa or cryoablation may be considered. Get with an experienced team to determine the best course! ...Read more

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What is prognosis With chemotherapy for metastic colon Cancer ?

What is prognosis With chemotherapy for metastic colon
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So many variables: Too many variables to give you a pertinent answer. Consult your oncologist to help you with clinical decisions ...Read more

Dr. Marvin Ott
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Jejunal Cancer (Definition)

jejunum is the largest segment of small intestine situated between duodenum and ileum. While malignancies of bowel are most commonly found in the colon, the most frequent tumors of SB were GIST (36%) followed by lymphomas (24%) and adenocarcinomas (18%). Metastasis to lumen of small bowel also found in rare situations arising from primaries of ...Read more