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Spermatoceles are considered innocent. They do not turn into cancer, but if it is changing in size, as you mentioned, just have your...
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NO...niacin does not cause cancer.
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A "node" is a shortened form to mean LYMPH node. There are lymph nodes in many places of your body....like your neck, under your arms...
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I'm sorry to hear of your mother's cancer but am happy to learn it was discovered early and had not spread elsewhere in her body. That is...
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Hi, This is from the UK’s NHS, The medical term for having one or two undescended testicles is unilateral or bilateral cryptorchidism. How...
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Yes, Parkinson's disease patients can become afflicted with some forms of cancer.Your general practicing was correct, but only revealed part of...
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The odds are overwhelming in your favor that the mass is benign and monitoring may be a viable option. But few things are perfect and without...
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Studies showing soy may increase cancer risk have been found mainly in animal studies.  The research on  people does not tell the same...
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Showing all the classic signs or symptoms of it, I would say yes, they should have, but this is just in my own opinion. By the way, so sorry about...
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Hi Look I’ve put together links on garlic and some on cayenne pepper, theres hints these can both help, and you should never give up fighting. Garlic...
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I think it can be, but not always. I would go in to have a biopsy done of it. 
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Hi Here’s some links that may help you understand things a bit more. http://www.cancerfightingstrategies.com/fungus-and-cancer.html#sthash.UvQpjJBD...
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Yes....and yes.  The HPV vaccine (covered my all insurances, incidentally) does prevent most strains of cervical cancer. Because of YOUR past...
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Hi, Your be OK cancer is something that dose not cross over IE not contagious, so enjoy your wife.Do hope this helps you.Good Luck 
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