HubMob Weekly Topic: Cancer awareness

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  1. Princessa profile image84
    Princessaposted 7 years ago

    HubMob Weekly Topic: Cancer awareness

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  2. GAbaptist profile image72
    GAbaptistposted 7 years ago

    With all of the worthy causes competing for attention today,
    have you asked yourself, “When is Cancer Awareness Month?”  Well, there is no single answer because it is
    actually based on the type of cancer you might be wondering about. And... read more

  3. gypsumgirl profile image85
    gypsumgirlposted 7 years ago

    Acupuncture can be used as an alternative cancer treatment to help not only ease the pain but reduce the symptoms as well.  For those seeking non-traditional therapies, acupuncture may be the answer. read more

  4. rmcrayne profile image97
    rmcrayneposted 7 years ago

    Guide to creating a one page history form after breast cancer, with key info such as doctors, procedures, & treatments. Great quick reference for medical appointments. read more

  5. Just Ask Susan profile image90
    Just Ask Susanposted 7 years ago

    After having a Mastectomy or perhaps right before surgery you have a few options that you will need to think about. Prosthetics or implants? read more

  6. Stina Caxe profile image84
    Stina Caxeposted 7 years ago

    It all started with a fall down the stairs. One thing led to another and through a series of doctor visits I ended up finding out that I had a lump in my throat. There were two lumps actually, one right in front and one on the right side of my neck. The ironic thing is that I have always had a phobia about things touching my neck, I blame it on all the horror movies I watched growing up. read more

  7. TPSicotte profile image83
    TPSicotteposted 7 years ago

    Cancer
    is a topic a lot of people would prefer to ignore.
    Unless it’s happening to them or someone close to them, most people outside the
    medical community would prefer to put it somewhere in the back of their mind.
    But we can't put our head in... read more

  8. dahoglund profile image81
    dahoglundposted 7 years ago

    Having had both colon cancer and lung cancer I thought my story was of interest to those who are struggling to cope with cancer. read more

  9. L.L. Woodard profile image74
    L.L. Woodardposted 7 years ago

    Skin cancer is one of the most preventable types of cancer, yet is on the rise. Prevention is the key; early detection is also vital. read more

  10. Judy HBerg profile image87
    Judy HBergposted 7 years ago

    Helpless is the feeling that comes to mind when I learn
    about yet another friend or relative who is battling one of the many forms of
    cancer.  According to the World Health
    Organization (WHO), in its second edition of Global Cancer Facts and Figures... read more

  11. Chin chin profile image92
    Chin chinposted 7 years ago

    Laryngeal or larynx cancer is one of the type of cancers that can metastasize and at which stage can't be cured anymore. So, it is important to know the basics shared in this hub - its causes, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment - as early as possible so it will be possible to get cured from laryngeal cancer. read more

  12. rmcrayne profile image97
    rmcrayneposted 7 years ago

    Lymphedema prevention and lymphedema management after breast cancer.  Risk levels for lymphedema after breast cancer.  General lymphedema prevention strategies.  Compression garments for lymphedema and lymphedema prevention.  How do you know if you have lymphedema?  What to do if you think you have lymphedema. read more

  13. workingmomwm profile image84
    workingmomwmposted 7 years ago

    Breast cancer is the second most common form of cancer diagnosed in women, and certain foods can actually help prevent breast cancer. read more

  14. poorconservative1 profile image60
    poorconservative1posted 7 years ago

    She's just a little girl

    You know, it's hard for me to write this, I hate tear jerkers, but I feel compelled. I know a little girl with stage four brain cancer. She's just a little girl. She's the same age as my daughter. She's my niece, AND SHE'S JUST A LITTLE GIRL DAMN IT. Why?!... I don't know, I don't think anyone does. But it's the only thing I can think to ask. Why? Why is this little girl made to suffer, why is her family made to grieve and why can't someone do something? Well, everything that can be done is being done. There's nothing that can be done beyond what the doctors and her family are already doing. To me, up untill now, she was just another face in the crowd of children that assembled at the family functions. Just another one of the kids running around, just another one of the kids getting under foot, just another one of the kids 'at play'. Just another face. Then some horrible thoughts occur to me, the questions that I hate to ask myself. What if the next family function arrives and she's not there? What if the next family function arrives to find her missing and what if the next family function arrives and I don't see her face. She's just a little girl you know. She's just a little girl...

  15. Golfgal profile image82
    Golfgalposted 7 years ago

    A couple years ago my family experienced the trials and tribulations of our mother being diagnosed with stage 0 breast cancer (Ductal Carcinoma in Situ). Just the word 'Cancer' is scary. Though, when it happens to you it is shocking. She had regular... read more

  16. Rosie2010 profile image73
    Rosie2010posted 7 years ago

    Cancer is the leading cause of death worldwide.  Here's a list of people who died of cancer in 2010.  Some famous, some not so famous, but they all have something in common - they all died of cancer.  You might recognize some of them. read more

  17. susansisk profile image86
    susansiskposted 7 years ago

    There is an old saying that "nice guys finish last."    Sadly, when it comes to cancer care, the patient that is too nice, sometimes doesn't get the best care.  This is something that I observed first hand, during my years as an oncology nurse.   ... read more

  18. Howard S. profile image90
    Howard S.posted 7 years ago

    In the USA, the average five-year survivor rate for all kinds of cancer is now above 50%, double what it was in the 1940’s. But what about other countries--especially those with lower per capita incomes? read more

  19. Craan profile image67
    Craanposted 7 years ago

    The best cancer-fighting food prevents cancer cells from proliferating and helps not to pack on extra pounds. What foods ward off cancer? Are dandelion root and high-fructose corn syrup good? read more

  20. Jane Bovary profile image78
    Jane Bovaryposted 7 years ago

    Although cancer is still an anxiety-inducing word for many people, there have been significant advances in treatment over the last few decades. Of course the earlier a cancer is detected the higher the chances of successully overcoming it, so screening, educational awareness, ie; prevention through diet and lifestyle and understanding genetic connections have formed an important part of the strategy. read more

  21. vox vocis profile image79
    vox vocisposted 7 years ago

    When breast cancer is diagnosed, the first question that comes to mind is what to do, and even if chemotherapy seems to be the only solution, one tries to find alternatives. You may be surprised how closely breast cancer and chemotherapy diet can be connected. A number of research studies shows that the influence of food and breast cancer chemotherapy diet can be crucial in achieving the desired results of chemotherapy fighting breast cancer. read more

  22. vox vocis profile image79
    vox vocisposted 7 years ago

    Phytoestrogens and breast cancer are surprisingly interrelated. Phytoestrogen foods are very important in fighting breast cancer, the most common form of cancer in women. They originate from vegetables and contain strong and healthy substances which can protect women against breast cancer or even beat the disease. Take a look at the list of best phytoestrogen foods fighting breast cancer. read more

  23. AnkushKohli profile image81
    AnkushKohliposted 7 years ago

    Cancer is a class of diseases characterized by out-of-control cell growth. Cancer is a term used for diseases in which abnormal cells divide without control and are able to invade other tissues. Cancer cells can spread to other parts of the body... read more

  24. SweetMarie83 profile image83
    SweetMarie83posted 7 years ago

    Each cancer patient is different.  Some accept their diagnosis without question and others are in denial, unable to believe that this could happen to them.  The shock, anger, fear, disbelief and myriad of other feelings are often shared with the... read more

  25. Cindy2011 profile image59
    Cindy2011posted 7 years ago

    Cancer's only criteria is for us to be human. No one is immune to the disease. We have either experienced it personally or have held hands with family, friends or acquaintances as they suffered through it.

    We can join any conversation about Cancer and share what we know. This disease has united us on all levels of life. It is not prejudice or fussy when attaching itself to another life, family or community.

    The Women Abreast are part of the paddling community. They are a dynamic group of women who are making up dragon boat teams, one boat at a time. When they attend the festival races, they come in numbers. The festivals are great at hosting an event for the different Women Abreast teams to compete in together.  The women are competitive and anxious to show off their skills.

    When the teams gather to line-up, a hush always falls over the spectators. For on the water, we are not viewing the latest breast cancer numeric stats, we're connecting with the living community of survivors.  The numbers are staggering.

    The only criteria to being on a Women Abreast team, is to have been diagnosed with breast cancer.

  26. LensMan999 profile image52
    LensMan999posted 7 years ago

    Blue ball is
    not a disease; it’s a symptom in reality. It’s caused by the congestion
    produced due to the vasoconstriction in the genitals including external
    genitalia, prostate and in testis, as usual external genitalia become
    hyperemic when... read more

  27. Patty Inglish, MS profile image92
    Patty Inglish, MSposted 6 years ago

    The color orange in fruits and vegetables indicates the presence of nutrients that can help prevent and lessen the impact of cancers in the human body. Information and recipes here. read more

 
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