Cancer Information Helps the Prevention and Reversal of Cancer

It is estimated that 1,638,910 men and women (848,170 men and 790,740 women) are diagnosed with and 577,190 men and women died of cancer in 2012.  America has one of the highest cancer rates in the world, and cancer is the most dreaded disease in our society.  Cancer is also increasing among children and, after accidents, it is their biggest killer.....  Full Story

How to Detect Cancer in Your Heart

Heart cancer is an extremely rare form of cancer and it has signs and symptoms that are equally rare. Divided into primary tumors and secondary tumors, this is known to develop in the tissues of the heart. While primary tumor is localized, and is not effective on the surrounding organs, secondary tumor could spread cancer to other parts of the body......  Full Story 

Cancer Treatment – Effective Use of Choronotherapy

In the initial stages of cancer, it can be treated successfully in many cases.  Chemotherapy and radiation are the options for the treatment of cancer and surgery also is used in some cases.  The adverse effects of these treatments are to be suffered by the healthy cells of the body also; treatments that you are taking for the destruction of the cancerous cells, usually ending up in the destruction of many healthy cells.....  Full Story

Prostate Cancer Symptoms: Early Detection is Key 

As prostate cancer involves the male reproductive system, the prostate, it is a disease that primarily affects the male. Early detection of its symptoms is vital to treatment and recovery. When you have prostate cancer, your prostate cells mutate and multiply out of control. These cancerous cells start to attack all the surrounding healthy cells in the prostate, and can spread to other parts of the body. Very often, this disease also affects the bones around the prostate.....  Full Story

Basic Information about Cancer Causes Symptoms and Treatment  

Cancer is one of the most common types diseases nowadays affecting millions of people in the entire world regardless of age gender or race, there are different types of cancer known to affect different parts of the body, it is usually considered a hereditary form of disease that can be passed down a generation of a particular clan or within close family members....  Full Story

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