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Dates are good. Honey is good. As good as they are as foods, they will not cure or really medically help any form of cancer.
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Yes, most of the medical care you need to treat cancer is covered by Medicare, including doctor visits, hospital stays, medication and medical...
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Yes...when he is cleared by his oncologist. Brachyotherapy (radioactive seeds) are very localized to the prostate and does not put anyone else at...
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According to the American Cancer Society's website: "No, sugar intake has not been shown to directly increase the risk of getting...
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You have no risk now....the only risk for developing a testicular cancer would be in the testicle that was removed when you were 16.  Your other...
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If you do not use tobacco, tongue cancer would certainly be less-likely. If you had this same lesion (unchanged) for ten years, then this would not...
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I have what sounds like the exact same thing. I ended up going to one of the free clinics (sponsored by the cancer center for breast cancer...
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Try and get your old records to confirm that diagnosis....including the pathology report. To get a breast CANCER at age 13 is extremely rare, so I...
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Yes...there are MANY different birth control methods that do not use hormonal control. See a gynecologist, discuss your medical history, and this...
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I have no idea how your boyfriend got it. I know nothing about him or his past. The "H" of the HPV means "human", so we do know...
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Flu vaccine does not cause cancer, but ANY vaccine that you get should be specifically approved by the team of physicians that are caring for you...
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I had my spleen taken out and it showed that I had nonhodkins lymphoma.  They waited 6 months thinking it didn't spread, but it did...
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Had this huge thing inside the inner lip for the last month. I thought it was a blood blister, but my ENT said it was a mucous plug?...
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