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Cancer symptoms

35 Posts

Taste changes

August 24, 2020

Tips to help manage taste changes during cancer care

Cancer and its treatments may impact a patient’s ability to taste and enjoy food.

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Bone pain

August 3, 2020

10 ways to manage bone pain caused by cancer

Bone pain is a common symptom or side effect of cancer and may significantly affect patients’ quality of life.

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Pelvic pain

June 23, 2020

Pelvic pain and ovarian cysts: Do they mean cancer?

Ovarian cysts are quite common, and the symptoms can be similar to those of ovarian cancer.

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Head and neck cancer

June 8, 2020

Q&A: Answers to common questions about head and neck cancer

Head and neck cancers are a complex group of malignancies that include those of the mouth, larynx, pharynx, salivary glands and nasal cavities.

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Dry mouth and mouth sores

June 1, 2020

12 tips for coping with cancer-related mouth sores and dryness

Oral problems are common in people with cancer, particularly in patients with head and neck cancers.

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Pain management

January 15, 2020

Q&A: What you need to know about cancer-related pain and pain management

Dr. Nathan Neufeld, Pain and Palliative Care Program Director for Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA), answers your questions about pain and pain management.

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Cancer screenings

December 23, 2019

Regular screenings can help detect oral, head and neck cancers

Preventing cancer is the goal. But diagnosing it early is just as important considering cancer found in its early stages is most treatable. Get the facts about these head and neck and details about screening.

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Skin cancer screening

December 16, 2019

Strange places to look for skin cancer

Many of us know that cancerous spots can appear in areas that get direct sun, like the face, arms and neck. But body parts that aren’t so visible, or as closely inspected, can also harbor unseen spots that may go undetected and, therefore, escape early intervention.

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Firefighter

November 25, 2019

Registry aims to track firefighters’ higher cancer risk

Men and women on America’s fire departments often are exposed to toxic smoke, asbestos and other substances that may increase their cancer risk. As a result, these first responders are diagnosed with cancer at a higher rate than the general population.

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The information contained in this blog is not intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider prior to starting any new treatment or with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Nothing contained in the blog is intended to be used for medical diagnosis or treatment of any illness, condition or disease.

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