This Popular Stomach Acid Drug Turns Out To Trigger Cancer

Popular Stomach Acid Drugs Can Trigger Cancer AYOINDONESIA.COM — Stomach acid medicine that we usually encounter turns out to be the rest of the cancer triggers in our bodies. See more information in this article. Proton Pump Inhibitors (PPI) are a group of drugs that are very commonly prescribed for the short term to patients … Read more

Two radiotherapy machines from Orléans hospital equipped with state-of-the-art cancer treatment systems

A presentation took place this Friday morning at the oncology-radiation therapy technical platform of the Orleans Regional Hospital (CHRO). At the center of it, Doctor Elise Champeaux-Orange, visibly very moved by the technological leap in the service treating cancer. Faced with elected officials, the mayor of Orléans and chairman of the CHRO supervisory board, Serge … Read more

Specialist warns of cervical cancer

While 3 thousand women are diagnosed with cervical cancer annually in Turkey, approximately 1,500 women die from this disease. Since January is designated as ‘Cervical Cancer Awareness Month’ every year, many studies are carried out to draw attention to this issue and to emphasize the importance of early diagnosis. Opr. Opr. Dr. Sincere Case Bafalı … Read more

Understand the 5 Early Symptoms of Colon Cancer

KOMPAS.com – Colon cancer or colorectal cancer is a type of cancer that affects the colon area. Cancer occurs when the body’s cells undergo abnormal growth or divide and the body in an uncontrolled way. These cells can grow and spread to surrounding tissues or organs. This type of cancer usually affects older adults. However, … Read more

New blood test reveals cancer – and whether the disease has spread

Researchers at the University of Oxford have developed a simple and inexpensive blood test that can detect early stages of cancer in patients. What is completely new is that the test also detects any metastases, ie if the cancer has already spread to other places in the body. According to the researchers, this is the … Read more

the life in brackets of “deprogrammed” patients

Sylvie was looking forward to January 14. That day, she had to go to the Forez hospital, in Montbrison (Loire), for an intervention. “Not a vital intervention, she clarifies straight away. They had to remove material from my ankle, plates and screws that were implanted in me following a fracture of both malleolus. » At … Read more

Walter Sabatini alla Salernitana: football, smoking, cancer, sex, suicide, Pasolini. The return of the “cursed” ds

Entering the world of Walter Sabatini is like plunging into a vessel of thoughts, vices, discoveries, torments. Visionary, never analytical, melancholy and annoyed, always looking for something. Football and literature, ball and books, with a cigarette to photograph every moment. The Salernitana has been the new adventure for a few days of the most famous … Read more

Ovarian Cancer Survivors have a risk of recurrence after undergoing treatment

Merdeka.com – When a person has become a survivor of ovarian cancer, there are a number of things to watch out for, including the recurrence of the disease. Chairman of the Indonesian Oncology and Gynecology Association (HOGI), Dr. dr. Brahmin Askandar, SpOG(K)-Onk, said recurrence is the main enemy and challenge faced by ovarian cancer patients … Read more