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Archive for August, 2014

Five main concerns after surgery to treat bladder cancer


Date: August 31st, 2014

How to cope after bladder surgery When bladder cancer leads to the removal of the bladder, a new way must be provided for urine to exit. After a urostomy, the urine will be leaving the body via a stoma which is a small opening that doctors create during the surgery. The urine will be draining into the urostomy bag.

Treatment options available for bladder cancer


Date: August 30th, 2014

Know the different types of treatment for bladder cancer Some of these treatments are standard while others are currently being tested by researchers in clinical trials. Clinical trials aim at improving the existing treatments and obtaining more info about cancer treatment.

Know your risk for bladder cancer


Date: August 29th, 2014

How to reduce your risk for bladder cancer American Cancer Society notes that 1 in 27 men will develop bladder cancer eventually and the risk of woman in a lifetime of getting the cancer stands at 1 per every 85.

Chemo may fight cancers near the pancreas


Date: August 28th, 2014

The effectiveness of various treatments for pancreas cancers The overall survival rate improved by about 25 percent with this treatment in comparison with the observation alone for periampullary adenocarcinoma once adjustments were made for the independent prognostic factors, i.e. p= 0.03.

Weight loss management for pancreatic cancer patients


Date: August 27th, 2014

Diet recommendations for patients of pancreatic cancer Pancreatic cancer patients suffer greatly from reduced appetite. In most cases, the symptoms of the cancer are responsible for this while treatments could also be the cause at other times.

The different types of gallbladder cancer


Date: August 26th, 2014

All you should know about gallbladder cancerWith less than 5,000 new cases diagnosed in the U.S in each year, gallbladder cancer is with no doubt very rate. Of those, less than 1700 people get to die from this disease. The cancer commonly affects the bile track with women being more susceptible this cancer as well as those aged above 60 years.

Treatment overview for pancreatic cancer


Date: August 25th, 2014

Help for pancreatic cancer patientsCommon treatments for containing pancreatic cancer include surgery, chemotherapy and radiation. In most cases, a combination of a couple of these treatments may be used to enhance effectiveness.

Patient information about Adrenocortical Carcinoma Treatment


Date: August 24th, 2014

Your treatment options for adrenocortical carcinomaWhat is adrenocortical carcinoma?

Adrenocortical carcinoma is essentially a rare disease whereby the outer layer of adrenal gland is lined with malignant/ cancer cells. The body has two adrenal glands, which have a triangle shape and are small in size.

Health conditions linked to psoriasis


Date: August 23rd, 2014

How to reduce your risk for complications associated with psoriasisBesides the usual challenges of psoriasis which include itching, scaly skin and bleeding, this immune disorder may be linked to some other health problems. Some of the conditions linked to it include psoriasis arthritis, diabetes and cardiovascular disease.

What you should know about basal cell carcinoma


Date: August 22nd, 2014

Warning signs and risk factors of basal cell carcinomaBasal cell carcinoma has been rated as the most commonly seen type of skin cancer that is treated. Each year, an average of one million people in America gets diagnosed with this disease. Besides being such common