my mum has D.C.I.S,an early form of breast cancer,she is in hospital at the moment,she had a lumpectomy yesterday morning,she seemed fine in herself when we visited,she had a drain wound fitted,which ...
or other issues? My mother in law has smoked since she was 16 and she is 74 and smokes almost 2 packs a day. I know cause we buy them for her daily. (not with our money, she too feable to go in the ...
My nephew has lost alot of weight, eyes are sunk in, will not eat hardly at all. My neice took him to the doctor and the urine test showed an abnormally high wbc in his urine. He is thirsty and will ...
It can be. HPV virus causes 60% of all cervical cancer in women.
Wow four thumbs down, and that's for the only correct answer posted here, except for Terra's.
if your father or mother gets it, you have a chance getting it, then when you marry check carefully that you or your girl does not
only cervical cancer but most are purely hereditary and unhealthy lifestyle.
lucky for you...it is not...
it is, however hereditary, meaning if your family has incidents of it...you could be in line for it too, in some form.
Family history means a lot...and too much sun does too....sounds like you've been there already.
No, it is not. Both my parents passed away due to cancer, and I was in close contact with them, as were most of the family......TERRA the "nurse"....Cancer is not "mostly hereditary." Nor is it because of "unhealthy life styles, etc". Does your reasoning also apply to young children who are victims of cancer? You obviously know nothing about cancer, or nursing. Or did you mean you're a nurse at a vets surgery? Even so, it's scary to think any sort of living creature is in your care
Not aat all. But it can be hereditary. If your grandparents or parents have cancer, it might a higher a risk of getting cancer too. But you cannot get cancer by spending time or sharing food with a cancer patient.
No, it is NOT.
No...if it was we would all have it. What's that saying "cancer is a word not a desease"
infectious deseases happen by microb , viruses and some bacteria but cancer : In general, cancer appears to be caused by abnormal regulation of cell division. Cancers can occur when cells divide too rapidly or when cells â€śforgetâ€ť how to die. Cancer involves the uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells that have mutated from normal tissues. This growth can kill when these cells prevent normal function of vital organs or spread throughout the body, damaging essential systems. there fore it cant infectious.