• Will I get cancer from touching metal?

    9 answers · 5 days ago
  • Is melanoma considered skin cancer?

    8 answers · 6 days ago
  • What causes skin cancer?

    6 answers · 6 days ago
  • How rare would pancreatic cancer be in a 3o year old?

    Best answer: The risk of developing pancreatic cancer is low in the first three to four decades of life but increases sharply after age 50 years. ...

    Even though pancreatic cancer is uncommon in patients under the age of 40, some cases have occurred in patients younger than 30 years of age.
    Best answer: The risk of developing pancreatic cancer is low in the first three to four decades of life but increases sharply after age 50 years. ...

    Even though pancreatic cancer is uncommon in patients under the age of 40, some cases have occurred in patients younger than 30 years of age.
    8 answers · 1 week ago
  • What are the chances of a colostomy being cancer?

    I have to have one done cause of a home kit test turning out positive. right now i have to wait for them to call me back cause they have to approve it with medicaid. I was doing the home kit cause I didnt really have anyone to go with, they wont do it if you show up alone and now i gotta have it done, what is that... show more
    I have to have one done cause of a home kit test turning out positive. right now i have to wait for them to call me back cause they have to approve it with medicaid. I was doing the home kit cause I didnt really have anyone to go with, they wont do it if you show up alone and now i gotta have it done, what is that test like? i have to have them do it thru my throat, not looking forward to it, Ive had no symptoms of anything going on, just a home test that showed up positive, not sure why they took 2 months to tell me about it. i found out when i saw my doctor and asked about it. wouldnt the two months ruin stuff? as far as catching it on time. and now i have to wait for them to call me too. just wondered what the chances were of it being cancer and what its like to get that test done. any ideas?
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Can a regular routine blood test from your physician detect deadly things like cancer, OR just detect cholesterol levels and stuff like that?

    Best answer: Yes and No. Routine “Chem 7” or “Chem 14” panels your doc orders DO show if you have very low white or red cells—often signals blood or lymph cancers. And these tests would show an organ failing, like the liver, which can also mean cancer. But if the doc sends specific blood draws b/c she suspects cancer, that’s... show more
    Best answer: Yes and No. Routine “Chem 7” or “Chem 14” panels your doc orders DO show if you have very low white or red cells—often signals blood or lymph cancers. And these tests would show an organ failing, like the liver, which can also mean cancer. But if the doc sends specific blood draws b/c she suspects cancer, that’s when you’ll get lots of specifics about cancers.
    I know a lady who was diagnosed with liver cancer 10 days ago. She was buried yesterday.
    She had no blood test: fell and went to ER for x-ray of sore shoulder. They found liver masses, opened & closed her up, and sent her to hospice. My point: get to know your body. Blood tests don’t catch it all. If you have lumps, spots, bumps, pain, or changes in bathroom habits, talk to your doctor quickly.
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • My mom finished chemo 2 months ago but her hair hasn’t grown back yet, when will it start to grow back?

    Best answer: A healthy person's hair normally grows 1/2 inch per month, but some people have faster growing hair. Since your mom has cancer, it may take longer for her hair to regenerate.
    Best answer: A healthy person's hair normally grows 1/2 inch per month, but some people have faster growing hair. Since your mom has cancer, it may take longer for her hair to regenerate.
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What are some cancer patients needs?

    5 answers · 1 month ago
  • Is cancer a fungus?

    Best answer: It is not. The nonsensical idea that cancer is a fungus (which can be cured with baking soda) originates with the charlatan Tullio Simoncini. His reason for claiming cancer is a fungus? Tumours he has seen are white, and fungus is white. You couldn't make it up! Following the death of a patient whom... show more
    Best answer: It is not.

    The nonsensical idea that cancer is a fungus (which can be cured with baking soda) originates with the charlatan Tullio Simoncini.

    His reason for claiming cancer is a fungus? Tumours he has seen are white, and fungus is white. You couldn't make it up!

    Following the death of a patient whom Simoncini had treated at a Dutch clinic, his license to practice medicine was withdrawn in 2003, and in 2006 he was convicted by an Italian judge for wrongful death and swindling.

    Here's some information about him and his nonsense:

    https://www.cancertreatmentwatch.org/rep...

    https://respectfulinsolence.com/2014/01/...
    7 answers · 1 month ago
  • Is breast cancer curable...?

    8 answers · 1 month ago
  • For the results of an annual blood test, if they found something dangerous like cancer, would they call me or wait until my appointment?

    Best answer: You would be informed of any critical value, but most routine blood tests don’t detect cancer. But all critical values should be called.
    Best answer: You would be informed of any critical value, but most routine blood tests don’t detect cancer. But all critical values should be called.
    6 answers · 1 month ago
  • How often is routine mammogram given?

    9 answers · 2 months ago
  • What is late diagnosis in breast cancer?

    4 answers · 2 months ago