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Crohn's Disease works in a very different way than cancer does.  Cancer is what happens when certain cells start growing out of control...
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They can be hereditary, and there are other risk factors as well.  Birth control is often used to treat their effects, and there is some...
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I would say that testicular cancer is more treatable with a higher success rate, so that would be better.
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According to this, milk thistle is taken by some people for that purpose.  Here's the information WebMD has:http://www.webmd.com/vitamins...
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The stages of cancer refer to how much the cancer has developed.  In the system you mention, they go from 0 to A through D.  What Stage A...
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No.  The microwave popcorn scare that happened a couple of years ago happened because of tests that were done with really high levels of the...
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Hi Just before you go getting into a tizz please do read through this link below, it should help you perhaps understand things a bit better...
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Not yet, though it's being researched.  I think that kind of thing would be wonderful, but the blood supply is complex and the area is...
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I'd say it's rather low, but it looks pretty good to me.Generally, the chart reads like this: Normal: Less than 120 over 80 (120/80)...
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Hi then it would be best you start at your doctor who put you through this operation, that for me would be a good place to start.But do look at what...
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Hi Is this lump just above you pubic bone, and if to can feel to testicles its not one of them then.So if this lump is above the bone, do see your...
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The trouble with side effects is, any time someone reports one they have to put it in the documentation.  You should probably discuss your...
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There has been no association between the use of blood thinners (there are many different types) and any type of cancer. Products that cause cancer...
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Hi Cancer is not contagious, so there is no reason to worry, but are you having treatment for it? hope so.Good Luck 
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It could be a small cyst, which wouldn't be dangerous.  It could be a swelling in the lymphatic tissue.  It could be a blocked pore or...
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