Archive for December, 2008

Bladder Cancer And It’s Causes

December 13, 2008

Bladder cancer is the most common form of cancer, although it may be dead as well as other forms of cancer. Bladder cancer is related hormone, such as breast cancer, ovarian, prostate and colon cancer. Moreover, there is no evidence to support the idea that is inherited from bladder cancer, but not only in conflict with families.

So, what seems to be the cause of bladder cancer? Bladder cancer appears to be from the available evidence, types of cancer caused by carcinogenic compounds absorbed from outside the body. Cancer of bladder cancer is caused by pollution of the environment, whether they are related to lifestyle, such as smoking, or chemicals in the workplace, such as benzidine.

Smoking is one of the most important present risk factors which may contribute to bladder cancer. Worse, while bladder cancer is beginning to seem that the patient was probably smoking for what could amount to several tens of years. The current deposit carcinogens in the lungs and pulmonary blood was significant.

Bladder cancer appears to be greater in men than in women, except that rates are higher among males aged 50 years or more. Smoking in men over 50 have the highest rate of bladder cancer. Also, in a work environment where certain carcinogenic chemicals used seems to contribute as a risk factor.

The most common symptoms of bladder cancer is blood in the urine, frequent urination very, pressure and urine, but I can not urinate. Each of these symptoms can have other causes, but certainly worth a visit to a doctor. Bladder cancer is early detection of cancer, which can lead to a treatment less severe.

Basically, two types of bladder cancer is very superficial bladder cancer in the mucous membranes and deeper cancer, which came into the bladder tissue. Most cancer superficial bladder lining on the surface may develop into a deeper cancer untreated, if left. Therefore, it is important to react to symptoms such as painful urination or blood in the urine and seek treatment


Ovarian Cancer- It Whispers, So Listen

December 3, 2008

Ovarian cancer is the leading cause of death for all women of cancer. Almost 80% of those treated for cancer of the ovaries is a regression. At the risk of death within the first five years of treatment is almost 50%, irrespective of the stage 2.3, or 4th The statistics are firm in the truth of your life. I survived cancer of the ovaries.

One reason ovarian cancer is so severe because it is hard up. Often, from the time it is diagnosed, and cancer has spread to other parts of the body. No reliable screening for cancer in the ovary, since the detection of breast cancer and cervical cancer. This can only be found through analysis of ob / GYN. It is therefore important for all women to work for the annual exams. There is information about types of cancer

There is a tumor marker, CA-125, the blood of May show the presence of cancer of the ovaries. It is not used as a screening process, because it is not sufficiently reliable. However, in cases where women with high risk, the CA-125 score can be used for a national alert for further investigation.

A woman is the worst nightmare is the evaluation of cancer. However, early detection is the best way to prevent the spread of cancer and growing. Care of yourself and take time for your annual exam. It may save your life.