Before you take a medical examination, and fill out the paper work, they ask a question about whether you have a family history of cancer, therefore the risk of developing cancer increases if you have a family history with cancer, such as a parent or sibling, so even if you have a family history in… Continue reading Family history and coping with cancer patients
The five most common cancers are stomach cancer, colon cancer, lung cancer, liver cancer, and breast cancer. Among them, the incidence of colorectal cancer is one of the highest in the world. While the mortality rate of patients with stomach cancer is gradually decreasing, the mortality rate of colorectal cancer patients has been steadily increasing… Continue reading Symptoms and actions of colon cancer patients
There is a story the anticancer drugs used in cancer treatment originated from mustard gas, a biochemical weapon developed during the World War II. An American pharmacologist, Alfred Gilman and Lewis S Goodman analyzed the deaths of Allied soldiers who died from the mustard gas leak, and found that some of the mustard gas derivatives… Continue reading What are target chemotherapies for cancer?
A New Report from the European Obesity Society (WCRF: World Cancer Research Fund International) has shown that overweight and obesity are direct and indirect factors in cancer. The report shows that there are 12 types of cancers that can be caused by being overweight or obese. These are WCRF's report and summarized as follows: Having… Continue reading The reason people are getting 12 types of cancers?
With the recent development of advanced medicine, cancer is no longer be called an incurable disease, but it is still number one cost of death in the world and it’s necessary to pay particular attention and be cautious about them. Even if cancer patients have received a cure through tumor resection, chemotherapy, radiotherapy, etc., they… Continue reading Immunity management and some tips for terminal cancer patients
Cancer patients are prone to constipation or diarrhea. Sometimes each symptom occurs alternately, and one symptom may persist for a long time. Why are cancer patients vulnerable to constipation or diarrhea? Let's discuss the causes and solutions by symptoms. Why do cancer patients tend to get constipation? If the patient suffers from pain, the hospital… Continue reading A solution to Diarrhea and constipation for cancer patients
Many people are planning to travel abroad these days. Is it possible for cancer patients to travel outside of the country? Here I have drafted a guide that may help you on what to do and things to bring if you are traveling abroad with cancer patients. If you are planning a trip abroad, it… Continue reading International travel guide for cancer patients
Nutritional status plays a very important role for cancer patients, as it has a significant impact on treatment. If the cancer patient is sufficiently nourished, it can easily overcome the complications and side effects caused by chemotherapy, and quickly restore the damage to the organs that occur during treatment. But opposite of it, if patients… Continue reading Nutritional food for cancer patients
For illustration purposes only. It does not represent real persons or event. According to prostate cancer statistics, which are common in men, the incidence is increasing by the year, which now accounts for a large proportion of male cancer. The risk of prostate cancer increases as you get older, due to meat-based eating habits and… Continue reading The answer to the prostate cancer treatment method is immunity
Mr. Hwang-Soon (76) was in a hospital six years ago, where he had found unexpected Lung cancer. Under the "six months to live", he underwent surgery to release a mass of cancer in the lungs and the abdominal following year. But he also met and enjoyed his acquaintances as usual despite not knowing when cancer… Continue reading The Secret of Cancer cure is “Mental Stability”- a real story from South Korea