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Treatment Choices for Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer, by Stage

Non-small cell lung cancer is one of the two major types of lung cancer that can affect smokers and non-smokers. It affects patients similar to other types of lung cancer, such as squamous cell carcinoma and adenocarcinoma.  Symptoms include a persistent cough, breathlessness, weight loss, and coughing up blood. Surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation are just a few examples of treatment. Based on the stage the cancer is at and how much it has progressed, appropri... Read More

Most Common Brain Tumor: 5 Things You Should Know

The news that you have a brain tumour is devastating. It is hard to wrap your mind around the fact that you have a potentially life-threatening condition and the thought of surgery and brain tumour treatment is scary. You may feel like you are alone, but many people have been through this experience. There are support groups and resources available to help you through this difficult time; you are not ... Read More

Treatment For Liver Cancer: Symptoms, Types, and Diagnosis

The liver is a vital organ responsible for many of the body's metabolic processes. It helps in digestion, is a storage organ, and acts as a blood purifier. Liver cancer is a health concern for the cancer community. The primary cause of liver cancer is fatty liver disease, which has become increasingly common due to obesity, excessive drinking, and liver disease.  It's essential to know that liver cancer is a life-threatening condition, which is unfortunately be... Read More

The Concept of “Respite Care” in Palliative Medicine

Palliative care follows a patient-centric approach to treatment which is largely possible because of the unwavering support offered to the team by the patient’s family and friends. Terminal illness during progressive disease tends to take a toll not only on the patients physical health but adds a physiological and financial burden that trickles down to the entire family. While prioritizing the patient, carers often end up neglecting their own needs eventually ending up exhausted, drained, frustrated and depressed. They begin to seek... Read More

Advances In Pediatric Oncology

Introduction Outcome of childhood cancer has improved significantly in the past two decades. In developed countries, it has reached to the tune of 70-90% in most of the diseases. Though steady progress has been achieved in India as well, still we are far behind from what has been witnessed in the west. Therefore, it is crucial for us to analyse the past, evaluate the current scenario and devise strategies for future so as to achieve desirable goals in long-term. For the sake o... Read More

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