1. Changes In Stool Alterations in the stool size, frequent diarrhoea and irregularity are often an indication of digestion tract cancer. If it is accompanied by continuous discomfort in the abdomen, then it can indicate cancer . This is one of the early warning signs of stomach cancer. Blood in your stool is also an indication of stomach cancer, which demands a visit to the doctor so as to rule out the possibility of stomach cancer before it is too late . … [Read more...] about What Are The Potential Warning Signs of Stomach Cancer?
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Risk Factors Of Stomach Cancer Gender (male)  Age(older than 60) Tobacco and alcohol consumption  Having a history of cancer or stomach cancer in the family Race (Being Asian American, African American, Hispanic American and Pacific Islander) Long term exposure to H pylori bacteria A condition named mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue (MALT) lymphoma Eating large amount of salted fish, smoked foods, pickled vegetables or foods that contain a large number of nitrates or nitrites. Stomach surgery that had caused the removal of certain stomach parts. People with pernicious anaemia (absence of intrinsic factor that prevents the absorption of vitamin B12)  People with type A blood group Stomach polyps Working in coal, rubber or metal industries 10 Foods To Flush The Nicotine Out Of The Body … [Read more...] about National Cancer Survivors Day (7 June): Stomach Cancer Causes, Symptoms, Treatment And Prevention
The patient’s story is “remarkable,” says Steven Deeks, an HIV/AIDS clinician at the University of California, San Francisco who was not involved with this study. But he and others, including the study leaders, caution that the success hasn’t been long or definitive enough to label it a cure. “Interesting anecdotes have long driven the HIV cure field, and they should be considered largely as hypothesis-generating observations that can simulate new areas of investigation,” says Deeks, who also conducts HIV cure research. … [Read more...] about An intriguing—but far from proven—HIV cure in the ‘São Paulo Patient’
Diagnosis Of Sarcoma Diagnosis of sarcoma is carried out by examining the lump (if any) followed by a series of questions. A medical expert asks questions about the pain in the lump, family history, underlying medical condition, symptoms and others. Imaging tests like CT scan, PET scan, X-ray and MRI is carried out. A biopsy may be suggested in which a small part of the lump tissue is taken and analysed for signs of cancer. … [Read more...] about Sarcoma Awareness Month 2020: What Is Sarcoma? Symptoms, Causes, Risk Factors And Treatment
Mumbai: A Japan based company Kiyou Jochugiku Co. Ltd launched “Air Doctor” in India today. The Air Doctor is a portable product that helps prevent viruses, bacteria, and fungi to come in contact with the user within a 1-meter radius. The product Air Doctor contains sodium chlorite, natural inorganic substances (natural zeolite) which helps in the prevention of virus. Air Doctor can be hanged on chest, pocket, or bag and this Japanese based technology releases antimicrobial agent Chlorine Dioxide (ClO2) to provide ultimate protection against airborne diseases such as influenza, cold and flu, allergy, H1N1, pneumonia, tuberculosis, recurrence respiratory infections etc. The product is also advisable to patients living with asthma and immunocompromised patients with hypertension, diabetics, heart disease, cancer patients under chemotherapy etc. Even children, pediatric and pregnant women can safely use it, Also the product is approved worldwide by the WHO, USFDA, Occupation … [Read more...] about Japanese company ‘Kiyou Jochugiku’ launches “Air Doctor” a med-device to protect from Airborne disease