Chemotherapy can be an effective treatment for breast cancer, but it often comes with side effects. Managing and overcoming these side effects is an important part of the treatment process. Here are some suggestions to mitigate and cope with the side effects of breast cancer chemotherapy
Rhabdomyosarcoma is rare type of cancer in soft tissue or skeletal muscle tissue. It can appear in bladder and uterus too. Most often it appears in children than adults.
Neuroblastoma most commonly found in embryo or fetus. It starts in immature or developing embryo cells – in nerve cells. It is rare in children older than 10 years.
Leukemia is group of cancer cells that originate in leukocytes or the WBC that originate in bone marrow. WBC helps in fighting diseases. A disturbance in normal WBC production causes multiplication of immature or damaged WBCs resulting in cancer.
Cancer cells can commit suicide by kill switch and kill code
Colon cancer has become a reality for many people younger than age 50, and it’s the only group where incidence rates are on the rise.