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Testicular Cyst vs. Cancer: What’s the Difference?

Testicular cysts and testicular cancer can both cause pain, swelling, and discomfort in the testicles. While they may have similar symptoms, it’s important to know the difference between these two conditions. In this blog post, we’ll explore the key differences between testicular cysts and testicular cancer, as well as the signs and symptoms of each. […]

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Pink Melanoma: Understanding the Amelanotic Melanoma

Skin cancer has three common types: basal and squamous cell carcinomas and melanoma. Although all these are curable, melanoma is the most dangerous as it spreads deeper into a person’s skin and can be life-threatening. The American Cancer Society’s latest estimate is that there will be 99,780 new diagnoses and 7,650 deaths from melanoma skin […]

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Everything You Need to Know About Carcinoma: Types, Symptoms, Risk Factors, Treatment, and What It Is

Cancer is a serious illness that affects thousands of families every year. According to the American Cancer Society, we’re expecting 1.9 million new cases this year. Nearly 610,000 of all patients are estimated to lose this battle. Today, carcinoma is the most common form of cancer. So if someone has cancer, the odds are it’s […]

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Metastatic Melanoma

If you or a loved one have recently received a diagnosis of metastatic melanoma, you may have questions about what this means for you. What symptoms are associated with this advanced form of melanoma? What can you expect in the coming weeks and months? And what treatment options are available to you at this time? […]

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Cancer of the Blood: What You Need to Know

If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with blood cancer, you may be searching for answers—read on to get an overview of this disease. What Is Blood Cancer? Blood cancer refers to any cancer that starts in the blood or bone marrow, including myeloid leukemia, lymphoma, and multiple myeloma. It can spread to […]

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Spotting the Signs of End-Stage Multiple Myeloma

A cancer of the bone marrow, multiple myeloma, is extremely uncommon. The marrow becomes crowded with malignant plasma cells, which kill off healthy blood cells. Infection, anemia, bruising, and bleeding are some possible side effects. Bones dissolve faster than they are formed because myeloma cells boost osteoclast activity while simultaneously reducing osteoblast activity. Towards the […]

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Understanding Bone Cancer Life Expectancy

Bone cancer is a rare form of cancer that occurs in very few people in the world. However, being cancer, it is no less dangerous and demands your attention. How long can you have bone cancer without knowing? What are the chances of survival? And is bone cancer even curable? We will seek to answer […]

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