Cancer is quickly becoming a pandemic. It is a condition which a group of cells exhibit abnormal and uncontrolled growth. It can also spread to other parts of the body via the bloodstream called metastasizing or simply invade other parts if it gets large enough. These aspects differentiate cancers from benign tumors which do not metastasize or invade.… Read More »""
Metastatic breast cancer (MBC) is the most advanced stage (stage 4) of breast cancer. Breast Cancer Marathon Houston Cancer cells have extended past the breast and axillary lymph nodes to other regions of the body where they keep on developing and multiplying. The disease has the possibility to extend to almost any area of the body. The most… Read More »""
Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer in women and the second leading cause of cancer deaths in American women. In 2009, approximately 194,280 patients are estimated to be diagnosed with invasive breast cancer, and 62,280 with carcinom. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, nearly 79,500 women underwent breast reconstruction surgery post-mastectomy in 2008.… Read More »""
Breast cancer can be treated in many different ways. Each treatment method will work best for different individuals. Some people see best results from a combination of different treatments. It is best to consult with your doctor about which treatment method is right for you. However, it is a good idea to know a little about each of… Read More »""
Breast cancer is divided into five stages. Stages 0-2 are considered “early”, stage 3 considered “advanced”, and stage 4 “late”. Staging categories are important for predicting future prognosis, and determine optimal treatment recommendations. Stage 0 is DCIS, or ductal carcinoma in situ. Breast cancer arises from the cells that line the milk ducts. When the cancerous cells are… Read More »""
2013 is still to come, but it’s certainly not too early to start your ICD-10 preparations. Here are three things to keep in mind while making the change from ICD 9 to ICD 10. Do not stall preparation as you expect a delay Today isn’t too early to gear up for the ICD 9 to ICD 10 transition.… Read More »""
The symptoms of cancer will appear and grow rapidly day by day, week by week. Women with inflammatory breast cancer often have no idea that they have breast cancer because IBC does not usually form a lump in the breast. Instead, this cancer forms ‘sheets’ of cancer cells making your breast feel thicker or heavier than usual. Other… Read More »""
Knowing your body well will help you know normal changes and one that need medical attention.Having regular check up give you great defense against diseases. Following are some symptoms to look for: ==>Unfamiliar pain in the breast or in the armpit-unusual in sense that pain is different from how how you feel when you have monthly periods,also if… Read More »""
CSA is a distinctive model of native agriculture whose roots reach back 30 years to Japan where a group of ladies concerned about the rise in food imports and the corresponding decrease in the farming population initiated an immediate purchasing relationship between their cluster and local farms. This arrangement, called “teikei” in Japanese, interprets to “putting the farmers’… Read More »""
Perhaps it started when you noticed a mole that was out of place. Maybe your doctor found a spot on your arm that looked a bit odd during a routine examination. No matter how you spotted the problem, you may now be facing a diagnosis of skin cancer. Finding the right organization to help you face the potential… Read More »""