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What should you Do when you are diagnose with Cancer

 Do the following if you're diagnose with cancer; First, be calm, you will deny it, but it was already there. Pray or learn to pray if you don't know it. Fix your mind because it is not yet your end. Whatever stage you have as cancer patient, do this, panicking and denying will not help. Second, learn to accept your situation, don't blame anyone regarding your health status, because it will not help. If people will ask about your situation, tell them, don't keep or deny it, the truth will set you free, beside it will lessen your burden inside, you could tell or inform someone who can help you. Don't worry about your plans and future goals, you can still do them.  Third, learn about your case, seek medical advice and refer it to other doctors. Don't rely or be comfortable with one doctors opinion, get other doctor opinion. Ask other cancer patient, especially those who already survived, obtain wisdom from them, try or get their recommendation, it might work with

Cancer remedy and cure

We'll give you sure remedy for cancer, just begin to trust us. We nursed a cancer patient that getting well, just follow our advice and recommendations. You must read this article from start until the last part, if you think you need more to know, leave a comment below and we'll get in touch with you. A lot of people are now affected by cancer, young and old, male and female can be a cancer victim. A lot of cancer victim are dying because they don't have knowledge on how to handle the disease. Some victim and their love ones listen to others opinion and follow it. Some, just believed in themselves and let the days goes by then slowly deteriorating. Everyone should know that all of us can be a cancer victim if we don't take care and take note of what we are doing and eating. Not all food shown on TV eaten by people are safe for our consumption, we should always investigate and question the food we are eating and drinking. Observe the effects of food you are eating,

How to Deal with Cancer now and after

You may have just learned that you have cancer. Or you may be in treatment, finishing treatment, or have a friend or family member with cancer. Having cancer changes your life and the lives of those around you. The symptoms and side effects of the disease and its treatment may cause certain physical changes, but they can also affect the way you feel and how you live. Cancer is lifestyle changer, if you will and want to live longer. It will change your food , work , habits , schedules , people to be with, places to go, and mode of eating . Every aspect of your life will be observed and take care of. Surviving cancer is not impossible if we can mange our self daily. The people around must aware of our situation. The following are ways to survive and deal cancer; Control your food , don't eat meat or any flesh of animal and fish, flesh are cancer cell food, stop them. Don't eat bread, crackers, or any process food. Drink pure water, alkaline and ionized water is r

Cervical Cancer

Cervical cancer is a malignant neoplasm arising from cells originating in thecervix uteri. One of the most common symptoms of cervical cancer is abnormalvaginal bleeding, but in some cases there may be no obvious symptoms until the cancer has progressed to an advanced stage.[1] Treatment usually consists of surgery (including local excision) in early stages, and chemotherapy and/orradiotherapy in more advanced stages of the disease. Signs and Symptoms The early stages of cervical cancer may be completely asymptomatic.[1][2] Vaginal bleeding, contact bleeding, or (rarely) a vaginal mass may indicate the presence of malignancy. Also, moderate pain during sexual intercourse and vaginal discharge are symptoms of cervical cancer. In advanced disease, metastases may be present in the abdomen, lungs or elsewhere.

Marlboro third men Eric Lawson, dies of Lung Cancer

Lawson died at his San Luis Obispo, Calif., home on Jan. 10 from respiratory failure caused by chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, his wife, Susan Lawson, told the Associated Press on Sunday. He is at least the third former Marlboro Man actor to die of a smoking-related illness, according to the AP. David Millar died of emphysema in 1987, and David McLean died of lung cancer in 1995. Lawson also played small roles in a host of TV shows including Charlie's Angels, The A-Team and Baywatch for more than three decades, according to the Internet Movie Database.

Foods That Help To Fight Breast Cancer

Super Foods That Help To Fight Breast Cancer 1. Spinach Spinach is a vegetable that contains many properties which help it to fortify the system against breast cancer. Benefits • It consists of an antioxidant which is lutien that has a major role to play in guarding the breast cancer cells and to stop it from spreading to other areas of the body • It consists of carotenoids and zeaxanthin which can help to remove unstable molecules from the body Preparation • Spinach can be enjoyed in the form of a salad ingredient • It can be steamed, stirred and sauteed and added to any dish • Other cruciferous vegetables like

Sugar May Be Use to Detect Cancer Cells

Researchers from King’s College London and University College London (UCL) recently unveiled a potentially safer and less expensive way to detect cancer cells in humans.  It all has to do with the cancer cells’ sweet tooth. The new method, called glucose chemical exchange saturation transfer, or glucoCEST, uses specially tuned magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans to detect the higher levels of glucose, a common sugar, as tumor cells use it for energy. In the MRI scanner, tumor cells light up when a patient is injected with glucose. In other words, the test uses radio waves from conventional MRIs to determine how quickly sugar is consumed by tumor cells, which need more glucose than healthy cells to survive. Researchers say the glucoCEST technique could

Detect Thyroid Cancer by Neck Check

How to Perform a 'Neck Check' Self-Exam A 'neck check' is a simple procedure that can be done just about anywhere. If you have a glass of water and a mirror, you’re ready to look for symptoms of thyroid disorders. Dr. Jeffrey Mechanick, clinical professor of Medicine, Endocrinology, Diabetes and Bone Disease at Mount Sinai School of Medicine and president of the AACE, provides some painless guidelines: First, locate your thyroid gland, which is above your collarbone and below your larynx, or voice box. Don't confuse your thyroid with your Adam’s apple, which lies above the thyroid gland. Keeping your focus on this part of the neck, tip your head back, then swallow a drink of water. Look at your neck in the mirror while you swallow, checking for any static or moving bumps.

Cancer Signs

1 Any Other Major Changes If you notice any other major changes in the way your body functions or feels, you should see a doctor, especially if the changes persist or get worse. It may not be cancer, but any major change in your body is worthy of concern. 2 White Patches Inside Your Mouth Smokers and tobacco users should be especially wary of this one: sores inside the mouth or on the tongue that don't go away can be a sign of leukoplakia, which leads to mouth cancer. Bring these to your doctor's attention if you catch them.

Words that will Hurt and will not Hurt Cancer Patients

No one deliberately says something hurtful to someone diagnosed with a disease. But sometimes, it comes out and it's hard to stop. I could very well have said something stupid to a cancer patient. I have been the recipient of some strange remarks. Not all bad. Mostly powerful, encouraging comments of love and support. But it is amazing what a few shitty comments will do to the soul during such a fragile time. The amount of support needed cannot be underestimated. But how? In what ways? Words? Actions? Food? Gifts? A smile? Information? How do you support someone who is facing the disease of their own body? What do you say? What do you not say? Top 10 list of what not to say or do to your friend who has been diagnosed with cancer: 1. Don't be so negative -- maybe your hair won't fall out. 2. Do you really need to wear that "schmata" (wig) in the house -- isn't it hot? 3. I threw up after my mastectomy. 4. My peach fuzz hair fell out after my last chemo.