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Protein And Breast Cancer Or Any Kind Of Cancer
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
Does taking a collagen supplement like collagen powder increase the risk of breast cancer? I have a family history of breast cancer.
Breast ducts: Breast cancer usually begins in cells that line the ducts of the breast. This is ductal carcinoma, which is about 80% of breast cancers. Sometimes cancer starts in the breast lobules where milk is made. This is lobular breast cancer, which is about 15% of breast cancers. There are other subtypes of breast cancer that make up the rest. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is in case of colon cancer with liver metastases (and during chemoth) recommended a specific diet? Are there any anti cancer food? What about turmeric
Not really.: It all depends on the symptoms. Chemo can affect the taste, alter your bowel habits, and decrease appetite. The goal is to stay well hydrated. High fiber diet may help with both constipation or diarrhea. There is no specific "anti cancer"diet that you can go on. No significant data available to support turmeric in the foods. ...Read more
Yes: The majority of colon cancers arise in colon polyps, which are among the most common specimens that we pathologists see. There are a variety of types, most with some propensity to turn cancerous. Especially, folks with lynch's hnpcc are prone to get colorectal cancer without polyps. Talk about colonoscopy with your physician -- saves lots of lives. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Can l know the symptoms of breast cancer and what is the healthy life style not to suffer from cancer?PS:l have family history of breast cancer.
Painless mass: Any dominant lump in your breast needs to be seen without delay. I suggest you begin checking now, at the same time each month. Nothing you can do will prevent your developing breast cancer, though the rates are lower in women who have spent most of their reproductive lives pregnant and/or nursing. With your family history, you may start getting mammograms earlier. ...Read more
blood from nipple: Although most breast cancers present with a lump or abnormal mammogram, some present with nipple discharge. The discharges to be worried about are bloody and sometimes thick clear fluid (reminds one of fluid in a blister) - especially if you are post-menopausal. Most green or brown nipple discharge in premenopausal women is not cancer. Unusually, bc can present as breast pain. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Variable: A mass or lump. Difficulty swallowing. Change in bowel or bladder habits. Bloody stool or urine. Abnormal bleeding in a woman. Unexplained weight loss. Chest infection. Unexplained cough. Unexplained anemia. New onset of seizures. Personality change. New inversion of a nipple. Sudden accumulation of fluid in a body cavity. Change in a wart / mole. Sense of fullness in the abdomen. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it possible to have breast cancer with out any lumps I'm the breast ? And r there any other sighs of breast cancer ?
What is inflammatory breast cancer? Is inflammatory breast cancer different from other types of breast cancer? What is the difference?
Looks like infection: Ibc occurs suddenly with breast pain, redness, or swelling or a rash. Mammograms are often negative because the tumor cells grow in a sheet and don't form a lump. It is very fast-growing and spreads quickly. Immediate chemotherapy is needed. It looks like an infection, so doctors often try antibiotics first, delaying diagnosis. See a medical oncologist immediately if you have these symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What do you suggest if my mom has breast cancer and after some biopsy's and an MRI thisfind any spreading in the other breast or liver?
Medical oncologist: If your mother has breast cancer spread to the opposite breast and to the liver, she should be under the care of a qualified medical oncologist and perhaps a surgeon if the disease is limited in the liver. Some patients are candidates for surgical resection of liver spread and possibly a mastectomy on the opposite breast. ...Read more
Women: Komen was one of the 1st organizations to help draw attention to breast cancer and bring it out of the shadows.Organizations like komen and avon have funded a large portion of the research and community activities in the country. Women are vocal about issues near and dear to them. Other conditions can get publicity, it takes a person to champion the cause and others to follow. ...Read more
Homework question?: If this is a homework question, it's a stinker. There are about a dozen common types, each with its own personality. Serous has a counterpart in the 3rd most common cancer of of the endometrium and in primary peritoneal lesions. Clear-cell has fooled pathology residents by its resemblance to common kidney cancer. Dysgerminoma matches a man's seminoma. A good pathology text will tell you more. ...Read more
Most breast cancers are carcinomas. This is a type of breast cancer. These cancers start in the cells that line organs and tissues. In fact, breast cancers are often a type of carcinoma called adenocarcinoma, which starts in cells that make glands (glandular tissue). Breast adenocarcinomas start in the ducts (the milk ducts) or ...Read more
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