My grandfather has just been told he has two tumours on his lungs and now they are taking him into hospital for cat scan, what would this be for, i know they give them to check your brain, but is it ...
Ok his dad has lung cancer and is in th hospital not looking too good. He is calling me and wanting to talk but i dont really know what to say to him. Do I just let him say what he wants to say and ...
My mom went into the Dr. the other day complaining of stomach cramps. A hospital stay and lots of tests later they found a mass on her pancreas and spots on her liver. Theyre going to get the results ...
No, you can't get cancer from "eating someone's blood."
Obviously, you could start smoking, but that wouldn't be "easy" or cheap, or quick.
Why do you want cancer?
Not Standing For It!
Are you serious? You idiot.
aaaaaa, kid, how'bout you go outside and play or read a book...
I think its the perservitives and crap they put in our food. Who eats blood are you a vampire????? weird
No u can't get cancer by eattin someone's blood.For more information visit=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cance...
Everybody has cancer cells and lay dormant, don't wake them up kid, OK!!
Smoke cigarrettes all day and lay naked in the heat of the sun.
That should get you started.
go out in the sun too much
have the right parents.
Expose yourself to radiation, chemicals.
why would you want such a thing.... you are already having cancerous life if you keep asking this type of questions.
No one really knows why cancer grows in certain people. Scientists and researchers are working to discover why some people get cancer and others do not. This will help them to learn whether cancer can be prevented.
Doctors do have some ideas about why people may get cancer, though. The main reasons are genetics and certain environmental or behavioral triggers.
The tendency to develop some types of cancer is believed to be inherited - that is, the genes you were born with might carry a predisposition for cancer. For example, if a close relative has had cancer of the breast or the colon, you may be more likely to inherit the tendency to develop those cancers, even though you may never actually get them.
Some behavioral and environmental triggers can cause changes in the body's cells that push them into a cancerous state. For example, cigarettes are known to increase the risk of lung cancer. Too much exposure to the sun can increase the risk of skin cancer. These types of triggers act on the body slowly over time, so the cancers that may result from them don't show up until a person is an adult. That's one reason why teens don't get the same types of cancers as adults do.
Doctors do know for sure that cancer itself is not contagious, so you don't have to worry about catching it from someone else or spreading it to another person (although people with certain infectious diseases such as AIDS or hepatitis are more vulnerable to certain cancers). Cancer is also never a person's fault. It's simply not true that a person may have done something wrong to get the disease.
I usually get mine at "Cancersareus". They have an excellent and varied selection of tumours. You can try them in, and see if they suit you (X-rays are free). They have a "try before you buy" offer at the moment. They will install a tumour in you, and you can take it home for the weekend. If you don't like it, then you can return it to the shop on Monday, no questions asked! Weeeell. It's not quite that easy. They will put you on a course of carcinogenic chemotherapeutic drugs, bombard you with radiation, and remove large chunks of your body with a scalpel. Piece of cake.
I bought myself a lung cancer there the other day. Only $99.99 plus 25 years of my life. bargain! I bought it on Monday, and was coughing blood by Tuesday. Can't wait for it to metastasize!