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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
I’m sorry that youre: going through such a stressful time. Stressors of such a magnitude can be difficult to deal with. You may wish to seek counseling with a psychologist to learn coping strategies. Depending upon your level of stress, he/she may refer you to a psychiatrist for medications if your symptoms warrant it. There are also groups you may wish to investigate for your specific situation. Good luck! ...Read more
Just was diagnosed with basil cell cancer on my ear started a good 5 years ago as a little scab how bad is this?
My father was recently diagnosed with skin cancer in his ears. Skin cancer runs in my family and I am starting to notist bumps inside my ear.
Could I have throat cancer if my ear, throat n head aches. Along with that the dr diagnosed me as having HPV but other tests say its benign n negative?
It is unlikely.: It would be extremely unusual to have head and neck carcinoma at your age, especially since you're female., even if you have risk factors for head and neck carcinoma, such as a positive hpv test, smoking, and drinking alcohol. While lymphomas can occur at your age, both carcinomas and lymphomas typically present as painless masses, not as ear and head pain. ...Read more
When an ENT puts the camera in your nostril to look in your throat can he check for all throat nasal and ear cancers? What can/can't see with that tes
Scope exam: This exam looks at the nasal turbinates, the nasopharynx (back of nose), throat, larynx. It does not look for ear cancers. The opening to the eustacian tube is visible in the nasopharynx. ...Read more
Is one enlarged gland that is moveable and doesn't hurt at all in my neck close to my ears mean cancer or do u have to have more than one to be cancer?
My L tonsil has been bigger than R for as long as I can remember. Shrunk a little in the last 4 months. ENT says ok. Now I have L ear pain. Cancer?
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