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Now A Machine Can Detect Lymphedema Earlier
Lymphedema is an incurable condition caused by the loss of function in a lymph node. When this happens, lymph fluid is no longer as easily moved and released from the body and stays trapped in one area. In breast cancer patients who undergo mastectomies with lymph node dissection, lymphedema is a common result and generally impacts one or both arms. More than 41 percent of breast cancer patients who’ve undergone surgery will be faced with lymphedema symptoms within 10 years. Lymphedema serves as a constant reminder of the cancer battle these patients struggled with. It requires continual care to ensure that it doesn’t progress to the later and more dangerous stages. Continue reading... [...]
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Why MEN diagnosed with breast cancer are far more likely to die than women
Warning signs include having one side of the family with an unusually high number of relatives with breast, ovarian or prostate cancer, especially if these cancers occurred at a younger age than normal (under 50 for breast cancer), or any incidence of ... [...]
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Community helps ENMU football player diagnosed with cancer
PORTALES, N.M. (KRQE) – A football player at a New Mexico college has been diagnosed with cancer and now the community is rallying behind him to help. Elliot Peters was diagnosed with stage four testicular cancer. Peters is halfway done with his senior ... [...]
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Komen Tyler Race for the Cure: Diagnosed with breast cancer at 36, survivor …
She credits her parents and her Suddenlink coworkers for the support she received during her breast cancer survival journey. “I had a coworker that went (to chemotherapy) with me every week, and sat with me for three to five hours, depending on how ... [...]
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The broadcaster, who was given the all clear last year after being diagnosed …
Prostate Cancer UK predicts that by 2030, the disease will be the UK's most common cancer overall unless efforts are made to stop it. Symptoms of prostate cancer include a need to urinate frequently, especially at night, difficulty starting urination ... [...]
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Woman Diagnosed with Rare Form of Breast Cancer at 23
“We found the lump on a Friday night, and I found out it was cancer the next Thursday. So it was less than a week.” With no family history of breast cancer, Katie was blindsided when she was diagnosed with stage 2a mucinous carcinoma. “It typically ... [...]
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Janice Dickinson reveals she has been diagnosed with breast cancer
DCIS generally has no signs or symptoms, though some women may notice a lump in the breast or discharge from their nipple. The National Cancer Institute says 80 per cent of DCIS cases are found by mammography. Typical treatment for DCIS is a ... [...]
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West Coast man's brain cancer diagnosed as depression
A West Coast man has advanced brain cancer after his headaches and memory loss were diagnosed as depression. The West Coast District Health Board is investigating a complaint Westport man David Bain's brain cancer was misdiagnosed by a locum GP. [...]
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Woman diagnosed with breast cancer at 25 urges others to get checked
Breast cancer also didn't run rampant in her family -- her grandmother had been diagnosed with it, but not until well into her 80s. “There were no real symptoms, there was just the lump under my armpit in the breast area,” Cooper, now 26, told FoxNews.com. [...]
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brain cancer diagnosed as depression
A West Coast man has advanced brain cancer after his headaches and memory loss were diagnosed as depression. The West Coast District Health Board is investigating a complaint Westport man David Bain's brain cancer was misdiagnosed by a locum GP. [...]
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Ex-Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman diagnosed with cancer
The Rolling Stones' press office released a statement Tuesday saying the band's former bassist Bill Wyman has been diagnosed with prostate cancer but is expected to make a complete recovery. The statement said Wyman, 79, is undergoing treatment for the ... [...]
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St Neots man diagnosed with terminal brain cancer hoping to raise awareness of …
“I find it terrifying and very hard to come to terms with the fact that no one can tell me what has caused my tumour,” the father-of-two told The Hunts Post. Steve suffered his first symptoms – a headache and poor vision – during the Milton Keynes half ... [...]
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