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Cervical Cancer Screening and Treatment

Evolving Screening and Treatment to Eliminate Cervical Cancer Tests for cervical cancer have drastically changed women's lives. The number of women diagnosed with cervical cancer per year has dropped 50 percent since 1975. Today, cervical cancer is largely preventable. The reason for this change is screening. Screening is a test for cervical cancer or signs of abnormal ...

Lung Cancer Treatment Options

Treating Lung Cancer Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths not only in America but also worldwide. The illness results from abnormal cell division and proliferation of the cells that form a tumor. It qualifies as metastatic cancer because the tumor forms in a vital body organ Smoking is the principal risk factor for the ...

6 Signs & Symptoms of Stomach Cancer

Is it Stomach Cancer? 6 Signs & Symptoms While stomach cancer represents less than 2 percent of new cancer cases in the United States, the five-year survival rate for this type of cancer is just 30.4 percent. The good news? When stomach cancer is detected before it has a chance to spread, 66.7 percent of those ...

Comparing Cancer Treatment Options

Conquering Cancer: How to Choose the Best Treatment A cancer diagnosis is overwhelming in and of itself but even more daunting can be deciding on the appropriate treatment options to pursue. Although most people automatically think of radiation or chemotherapy, it is important to consider all possible options for fighting cancer. Below is a breakdown of ...

5 Common Cancer Signs & Symptoms

How To Spot Cancer Early Cancer is one of the most well-known, and also one of the most feared, terms in the world of health and medicine. Unfortunately, almost all of us know someone who has been affected in some way by this disease. It is essential to be aware of any changes in your body ...

5 Breast Cancer Risk Factors

5 Most Common Breast Cancer Risk Factors Most women having cancer in the United States are diagnosed with breast cancer. This type of cancer is the second leading cause of death among women in the U.S. after lung cancer. Every woman wants to know cancer risk factors so as to try to change them and empower ...

Stomach Cancer Risk Factors

The Stomach Cancer Risk Factors You Need To Know Lowering your risk for stomach cancer could be as simple as making healthy behavioral changes. While some risk factors for cancer cannot be changed, such as family history, others are within your control. Here are the stomach cancer risk factors - both controllable and uncontrollable - that ...

3 Breast Cancer Treatment Options

Beating Breast Cancer: What are My Options Breast cancer is one of the most common cancers, affecting hundreds of thousands of women every year. Considering breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer in women, it is important to be aware of treatment options and how they work. Below is a list of the 3 ...

5 Ways to Reduce Breast Cancer Risk Factors

Lifestyle Changes to Reduce the Risk for Breast Cancer Reducing your risk for breast cancer begins with healthy lifestyle changes. If you are at a higher risk of developing breast cancer due to a genetic history, you may look for active ways to decrease your risk. Here are some things you can incorporate into your everyday ...

Liver Cancer and Hepatitis C

More About Liver Cancer and Hepatitis C Doctors have known for some time that a person who has contracted hepatitis C is at increased risk for liver cancer, or hepatocellular carcinoma especially if they have recurring infections. The good news is that having hepatitis C, or hep C does not automatically cause liver cancer. As of ...