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DIET DURING CANCER CHEMOTHERAPY
We all know that eating healthy food is important when we are well. But it is even more important when someone is receiving cancer treatment. ...
Give Your Mother The Best Gift!
Give your mother the best gift offering her health and a Cancer screening check-up.1) Get mammography once a year after the age of 40 years2) PAP s...
World Ovarian Cancer Day!!
8 May 2013 was the first World Ovarian Cancer Day. On this day, ovarian cancer organizations from around the world united to educate their communit...
Breast cancer NHS
Emma Duncan, 33, talks about her experience of having breast cancer
Preventing cancer NHS
people who have been through cancer treatment talk about what kept them going and the practicalities of treatment.
Testicular lumps and swellings NHS
Lumps and swellings in the testicles are a relatively common symptom in boys and men, and can have a number of different causes. The vast majority of testicular lumps and swellings are caused by benign (non-cancerous) conditions that may not need treatment, but it's important to know what's normal for you and to see your GP if you notice any changes in your testicles so they can try to identify the cause.
Testicular lumps and swellings - Causes NHS
Most testicular lumps and swellings are caused by benign (non-cancerous) conditions, although occasionally they can be a symptom of testicular cancer. It's important to see your GP if you notice a lump or swelling in one of your testicles so they can try to identify the cause and arrange any further tests if necessary.
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