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Archive for June, 2014

Useful information about ductal carcinoma in situ


Date: June 30th, 2014

Do you know about Ductal Carcinoma in SituDuctal carcinoma is of two types; ductal carcinoma in situ that is also known as the intraductal carcinoma and invasive ductal carcinoma. It occurs when cells of breast ducts experienced uncontrolled growth.

Useful esophageal cancer management tips


Date: June 29th, 2014

The esophagus is a structure with a tube like an appearance that runs from the throat to the stomach. It acts as a passage for food as it moves from your mouth all the way to the stomach. Esophageal cancer starts from the inner layers of this structure and spreads to the other layers, including other body parts when it metastasis.

Peritoneal cancer analyzed and explained


Date: June 28th, 2014

The development of peritoneal cancer starts on the thin tissue layer which lines the abdomen and also covers the bladder, rectum and uterus. This structure is known as peritoneum and comprises of epithelial cells. Production of fluid by this layer makes it possible for the organs to move smoothly in the abdomen. More often than not, peritoneal cancer is confused with stomach or intestinal cancer by many, but the truth is that these cancers are different.

An overview of surgical treatment for pancreatic cancer


Date: June 27th, 2014

Fortunately, the different stages for pancreatic cancer are easily understandable. In practice, the choice of treatment recommended by the doctor is based on surgical findings, imaging studies and the overall health well being of the individual.

Nasopharyngeal Cancer and what you should know about it


Date: June 26th, 2014

Understanding nasopharyngeal cancer betterNasopharyngeal cancer is generally a cancer of the head and neck. This cancer usually starts at the upper area of the throat just behind the nose and this area is known as nasopharynx. It is placed precariously at the skull on its base just above the mouth roof. The nostrils usually open into nasopharynx.