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Archives: September 2020

  • How Does Cancer Treatment Lead to Involuntary Weight Loss?

    September 21, 2020
    Involuntary weight loss is evident in most cancer patients. Unfortunately, cancer treatment and symptoms lead to weight loss. Also, nausea, difficulty in swallowing due to radiation therapy, mouth sores because of chemotherapy, and growing tumors all lead to involuntary weight loss. Involuntary weight loss is common in pancreatic cancers, gastrointestinal cancers, and advanced cancers. Low-Calorie Intake The body releases tumor necrosis factor...read more
  • How North Texas Cancer Center is Helping Patients and Families Affected by Cancer

    September 20, 2020
    Decatur, TX – September 19, 2020–North Texas Cancer Center at Wise Regional is a renowned cancer treatment center helping Texas cancer patients and their families. The center boasts of some of the best medical oncologists, surgeons, radiation oncologists, and doctors dedicated to delivering superior cancer care and treatment to patients with excellent clinical outcomes. Every team member at the...read more
  • How Mammography at 40 Reduces Breast Cancer Mortality Rate

    The debate on the age at which women should start screening for breast cancer keeps getting interesting as new data trickles in from researchers. Should the screening begin at 40 or 50 years? Why is age important? When women start their annual mammography screening at the age of 40, it reduces mortality rates. Also, it increases the most life-years gained. Latest...read more
  • Incidence and Treatment of Colorectal Cancer

    Colorectal cancer is the second most rampant cancer in women, the third most common for men, and the third most widespread cancer in the world. Risk factors for colorectal cancer include consumption of processed meat, sedentary life, low consumption of fiber or calcium, excess body weight, aging, smoking, and consumption of alcohol. Colorectal cancer is asymptomatic in the initial stages. Adenomatous...read more

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