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Hi Found you this info should help calm you down and your nerves.PSA is not a specific test for prostate cancer. Raised levels may also be caused by...
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According to the American Cancer Society, a strong risk factor does exist for developing pancreatic cancer after having been afflicted with chronic...
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Hi It would depend on what type of hysterectomy you had, was it a, Total hysterectomy, or a Subtotal hysterectomy?
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I wish I could give you a good answer, but I don't think researchers have studied smoking at quite that micro a level.In healthcare, we measure...
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Tongue Cancer is called - Nasopharyngeal carcinoma. Nasopharyngeal carcinoma is cancer that occurs in the nasopharynx, which is located behind the...
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Hi This link is from the UK, gives lots of answers.The Link, http://prostatecanceruk.org/information/prostate-cancer/treatment/advanced-cancerJust...
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Your posting is confusion. The term "lingual" refers to the tongue, so I am guessing that you mean "inguinal" (groin). Hernias do...
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Lung cancer may spread to other organs of the body (including the stomach) or to the other lung. When cancer spreads to other organs it is...
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Yes, multiple myeloma is a cancer developing from malignant plasma cells. Plasma is the fluid part of blood. Therefore, multiple...
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Melanoma?
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Please take your child to the ER and get the Dr. there to refer you to an oncologist. This could be an indicator of cancer or it might be nothing...
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CT scans have been associated with a small increased risk of developing cancer. The cancer may not be diagnosed until many years after having had...
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You cannot "catch" cancer....it is not contagious.
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I am sure there is more to your PET and CT scan than those few words. Without knowing your medical history, examination findings, having the entire...
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Hi Below you find a link, your find its the hormones he's having that's giving he the problem if he's having ED as well same thing, you...
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