By: vidiyasharma | Jun 26, 2012 Bone cancer refers to the neoplastic or abnormal growth of tissues in the bone. When a doctor tells someone that he/she is ailing from bone cancer, the doctor is referring to a cancer that has spread to the bones from other parts of the body.
By: Alan Wighton | Jun 7, 2012 It is not uncommon for someone, who's been treated for cancer by our mainstream medical system only to find that their cancer has returned but in some other part of the body. There is a valid reason for this because by just removing a cancer growth doesn't deal with the reason why it first grew so in the long term, doesn't solve the problem. It is not difficult to get rid of cancer. The problem is stopping it from coming back.
By: Terry Dancer | Jun 4, 2012 Cancer translational research includes scientists’ and clinicians’ suggestions to develop answers to biomedical problems. This kind of applied research aspires to offer techniques to questions all around the etiology, pathology, diagnosis, prevention and management of cancer.
By: Thomas Manner | May 17, 2012 Although chemotherapy saves the lives of millions of cancer patients each year, it takes a significant toll on the cognitive function and emotional lives of the survivors. Until recently, "chemobrain" was thought to be a temporary reaction to the chemotherapy that did not affect a significant proportion of patients. But this might not be the case.
By: Thomas Manner | May 17, 2012 Cancer is a terrible disease. Unfortunately, too many of us have seen families and friends pass away. We shall not discuss here the terrible and usual consequences cancer has on individuals. What I want to discuss here is something less well-known. The effects cancer and chemotherapy have on the brain. We usually see cancer as something that affects our bodies. However, there is more to it. The br
By: Cancer Hospital | May 16, 2012 Are you looking for a hospital for the Cancer treatment of your loved one. Choosing the right cancer hospital could be a major challenge for you. It is very important to lay down emphasis on the technologies available, doctor’s qualifications and hospital accreditation to name a few, while choosing the right hospital.
By: vidiyasharma | May 14, 2012 The likelihood of developing breast cancer in women is 1 out of 8 (12%). Breast cancer is one of the most feared forms of cancer, which begins in the cells of the breast. The disease is common among women, but can affect men as well.
By: Cancer Hospital | May 9, 2012 Eighty percent of cancer patients in India are diagnosed at a late stage, when inspite of spending Rs. 5 lacs to 50 lacs on treatment, it is not possible to save them. Research and development by scientists and medical professionals has made it possible to detect cancer at an early stage, when it completely curable.