A Guide to Multiple Myeloma

A Guide to Multiple Myeloma Multiple myeloma or also known as Kahler’s disease is a type of bone marrow cancer. The survival rate of multiple myeloma based on the study between 2010 and 2016 is 54%. So, what is myeloma?  The simple definition of multiple myeloma is cancer formed by white blood cells called plasma […]

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Neuroendocrine Cancer

Neuroendocrine Cancer (NETs) What is a neuroendocrine tumor (NET), and how does one get one? Until they are diagnosed, most people have little knowledge of neuroendocrine tumors. Finding out you have a neuroendocrine tumor can be a terrifying and stressful event. In this guide, we’ll provide information and tools to patients who have been diagnosed […]

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Different Kinds of Brain Cancer Treatments

Different Kinds of Brain Cancer Treatments Overgrowth of cells that form masses called tumors is brain cancer. There is a 1% chance that a person will develop a malignant tumor of the brain or spinal cord in their entire life. Keep on reading to know about the different brain tumor cancer treatments. What Are the […]

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Kidney Cancer Causes: Everything You Need to Know

Kidney Cancer Causes: Everything You Need to Know Of the various kinds of cancers, kidney cancer ranks among the top ten when it comes to distribution and prevalence. Not only that, but the number of documented cases has been steadily climbing since the 1990s – though they seem to have leveled off. The most frustrating […]

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What Is Metastatic Colon Cancer?

What Is Metastatic Colon Cancer? Colon cancer metastasis is also referred to as advanced colon cancer Stage IV colon cancer. This means that the cancer cells have spread beyond the colon to surrounding organs or distant parts of the body. This can be through the bloodstream or lymphatic system. When this happens, the cells will […]

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What Causes Brain Cancer?

What Causes Brain Cancer? Today, there are over 700,000 Americans with brain tumors. These tumors are feared and often referred to as brain cancer. So, what’s brain cancer? Brain cancer is an abnormal overgrowth of cells in the brain, forming tumors. There are over 120 types of brain tumors, and they can be benign (noncancerous) […]

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What Treatments Are Available for Liver Cancer?

What Treatments Are Available for Liver Cancer? The largest internal organ of your body is the liver, and it’s divided into two sections. Where’s your liver? It is the organ in your upper right abdomen, just below the diaphragm. It’s mostly made up of hepatocytes, and we can’t survive without our liver. This is because […]

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Colorectal Cancer Treatment

Colorectal Cancer Treatment Colorectal or colon cancer starts in the colon (large intestine) or the rectum (located at the end of the colon). These organs can be found in the lower portion of the digestive system. Colorectal cancer is the third most common cause of cancer-related death in men and women in the United States. […]

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Liver Cancer Diagnosis

Liver Cancer Diagnosis It is predicted that in 2021, over 42,200 adults will be diagnosed with liver cancer. As cancer strikes the liver, it kills liver cells and impairs the organ’s ability to function normally. Primary and secondary liver cancers are the two types of liver cancer. Primary liver cancer starts in the liver cells. […]

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Liver Cancer

Liver Cancer Liver cancer begins in the liver cells, located within an organ of the body found in the upper right portion of the abdomen, under the diaphragm, and above the stomach. It is the 13th most common cancer in the United States. The American Cancer Society estimates 42,230 new cases of liver cancer will […]

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