If I use handphones too often, will it cause brain cancer?

No. Headphones will not cause brain cancer. Hearing-related injuries to your ear, possibly...Actually probably, especially if the volume is higher than the normal voice.

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What causes someone to develop brain cancer?

Multi-factorial. The factors help contribute to all tumor development in general 1. Genetics 2. Mutation inducing factors (examples: smoking, drinking, etc). 3. Aging 3. Unknown causes (there are definitely people without family history or obvious "bad habits" that develop brain tumors). Read more...
Wish we knew. We know there are many factors which cause cancer. We know there are changes in genes in the dna of brain cells which can cause cancer. What we don't know is what causes that gene to change to start brain cancer. When we are able to identify the inciting event which causes a gene to change (mutate), we may be able to attack or prevent the cause instead of directing treatment at the cancer. Read more...

Can anyone tell me what causes brain cancer in people?

No real answer. No on knows what really causes malignant brain tumors. There are clearly genetics which can be part of the story. There are probably also linkages to environmental exposures, etc....But not have been teased out. There's been a lot of stories about cell phone use....But that has never really been shown to be linked to tumors - we haven't seen a dramatic increase over the alst 20 years. Read more...

What environmental factors, if there's any, that can cause brain cancer?

None are known. The stuff about electric power lines, microwave ovens and cell phones isn't generally accepted by the scientific community and don't fit with what we know about cancer. From time to time there is talk of an epidemiologic link. If ct scans and/or pesticides are placing people at extra risk, the increased risk is not striking. There's inconsistent data for solvents & nitrites. Read more...

If a person has brain cancer that causes speech issues, is it with all or just certain words?

Brain Cancer. What brain cancer causes just speech issues? Do you have such a diagnosis? There are many other more common reasons for speech difficulties. Have you seen a physician about this? A Neurologist? Read more...

Causes of vomiting urge not related to brain cancer?

Multiple causes. Yes, vomiting urge may be a sign of brain tumor, especially for those with cancer elsewhere e.g., breast cancer metastatic to brain. Brain cancer may be primary also. Vomiting can occur with certain medications, or gastrointestinal ailment, such as intestinal obstruction, or simply motion sickness may be the cause. Advice to see your neurologist or primary care physician. Read more...

What are the causes of kidney failure and brain cancer?

Many causes. Kidney failure can be caused by many things--hypertension and diabetes are the most common. Drug abuse can also cause damage to the kidneys as can some prescription medications. The cause of brain cancer is not well known. Read more...