Other than basal cell skin cancer, what kind of common cancer has the best five year survival rate? Obviously no cancer is good, but who has better odds of survival, say someone diagnosed with early ...
I have been having chronic chest pain for months now..almost a year.no sign of pluersy or infection.not a smoker! Lately its getting worse..it radiates to my back hurts when i breath. My dr.sent me ...
What a stupid. detestable answer. That is sick. There are people on this site that actually have breast cancer and they don't take kindly to low life jokes about it.
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I think it varies by situation. I'm going through chemo (orally) and radiation and was told I could get a tattoo post chemo because chemo tends to thin your blood and can cause your body to heal slower. You're also at greater risk for an infection. If you don't have cancer (and it's just in your family)-I wouldn't worry about it. If you have been diagnosed...you should speak with your oncologist.
Yes they actually give you a tatoo when you receive radiation so that they can keep track of the field
Yes you can get a tattoo after cancer diagnosis.
You can also get a tattoo before diagnosis without measurable increase in risk.
When undergoing radiation therapy they actually tattoo dots in several locations which they line up with using lasers to ensure that the treatment is delivered exactly where needed.