The Cancer Imaging Program at the National Cancer Institute is designed to support research in imaging science and technology. By conducting a variety of research studies, new, improved methods for maintaining cancer risks are constantly being discovered. So it is the number one mission at the National Cancer Institute to integrate the latest revelations and… Continue reading Cancer imaging Program
Exercise is not only safe for most people receiving cancer treatment, but it may also allow you to feel a lot better. It has been noticed that moderate exercise helps with a variety of problems including anxiety, fatigue, heart and blood vessel fitness and muscle strength. Most cancer patients can do some kind of exercise.… Continue reading Exercise for the Cancer Patient
Some individuals face an increased risk of severe distress, for instance, if they: Had experienced major mental health problems such as depression in the past Have other serious medical complications apart from cancer Face communication problems (for instance hearing problems or a different language) Are facing some kind of family or social problems Are younger… Continue reading Do You Require Additional Help?
Like any other treatment for cancer patients, chemotherapy can cause side effects that differ in severity depending on the individual patient and the potency of the treatment. Fortunately, there are options to ease many of these side effects. When suffering from pain, the patient can work on a plan to manage it with the doctor… Continue reading Chemotherapy Side Effects on Cancer Patients
The American Public Health Association (APHA), the largest organization of public health workers and officials in the world, recently passed a resolution asking the US Congress to pass new laws banning asbestos and asbestos-containing materials. The proposed ban would include any importing or exporting of asbestos-laced substances, as well as the mining, manufacturing and sale… Continue reading American Public Health Association Calls for Asbestos Ban