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Symptoms of Breast Cancer



Just like various other types of cancers, breast cancer may not exhibit any symptoms in the initial stages. The lump formed may be too small to be felt or seen, or there may be absolute absence of pain. Any abnormality can only be detected by a mammogram and following tests.    For some people, breast cancer may be detecte... more info

Who All are Susceptible to Breast Cancer



Breast cancer is the second highest cause of cancer deaths among women. There are several factors, according to various studies conducted, which determine who are most susceptible to breast cancer.    Here are some indicators as to who would be more likely to be at a risk for the problem. Women who have been exposed to the... more info

Penile Cancer



The penis is a rod-like organ in men that expels urine and sperm from the body. It has tissues of two kinds (1)Corpus Spongiosum and (2) Corpora Cavernosa. When theses tissues start containing cancerous cells then the disease is called as penile cancer.    Causes and Risk Factors The first and foremost risk factor... more info

Bladder Cancer



When the cells in the bladder region grow abnormally, and the abnormal cells increase manifold the region of abnormal cells is termed as tumor. When the tumor turns malignant, it is called cancer. Malignant tumors reach out into other regions of the body and take away the nutrients and oxygen meant for them.     Cancer in the bladde... more info

Prostate Cancer



The prostrate gland weighs a little less than 1.05 ounces. It is the size of the walnut and produces minerals and sugar that is found in the semen. Helping control expulsion of urination is another function of this gland. With age, the size of the gland generally increases. This hormone triggered growth is called benign prosta... more info

Cervical Cancer



The cervix is the bottom most region of a woman’s uterus. Most part of the womb is located in the pelvic region but the cervical part is in the vaginal region. This is where the uterus connects to the vagina. Cancer causes an abnormal increase in the size and number of cells in the cervical tissue. The chances of metasta... more info

Causes and Symptoms of Breast Cancer



The abnormal growth of breast tissue cells is the reason for the occurrence of breast cancer. Breast cancer is also caused by abnormal increase in the growth of cells in the ducts and lobules of the region. There are several types of breast cancer and treatment varies according to the type and physiological profile of the patient.   Brea... more info

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