Posts Tagged ‘chemotherapy’

Adolescent cancer

There are also differences by gender (acute leukemias, malignant non-Hodgkin Lymphoma, osteosarcoma and gonadal germ cell tumours occur more in boys and malignant melanomas and carcinomas of the thyroid more present among girls). If the overall survival rate of 74.5% at 5 years, it varies strongly according to the tumor: survival at 5 years of […]

OSTEOSARCOMA: BONE CANCER

The osteosarcoma is the primary bone tumor most common. It usually affects young people and reached most often the knees, thighs and arms. Treatment of bone cancer that usually combines chemotherapy, radiotherapy and surgery. -Osteosarcoma, a primary bone cancer -The first signs of osteosarcoma -Diagnosis and treatment of osteosarcoma Osteosarcoma, a primary bone cancer The […]

BRAIN TUMOR, BRAIN CANCER: NEW HOPE?

Increasingly more precise surgery, chemotherapy, targeted therapy … If brain cancer remains disease with poor prognosis, the arsenal of therapeutic approaches to combat them is getting rich. -Brain tumors: still dangerous -Brain tumor: the revolution of surgery awake -Brain tumor: towards targeted therapies Brain tumors: still dangerous Every year in France, more than 4,000 people […]

CHEMOTHERAPY MORE BEARABLE THROUGH SPORT

The anti-cancer chemotherapy for many patients cause significant side effects and disabling weakness, fatigue, depression … A Swedish team has discovered that the intense physical activity can reduce symptoms. 1.A physical activity program for intensive chemotherapy 2.Less fatigue when doing exercise during chemotherapy 3.Some flats for a study A physical activity program for intensive chemotherapy […]

I SUFFER FROM EYE CANCER: MELANOMA AND RETINOBLASTOMA

Cancers of the eye are rare cancers. The most common form in adults is melanoma of the eye. Retinoblastoma is another eye cancer that affects mainly children under 5 years. Update on cancers of the eye. Eye cancer: melanoma and retinoblastoma What are the risk factors for cancers of the eye? What are the symptoms […]

THE OVARIAN CANCER IN 3 POINTS

Relatively infrequent, the ovarian cancer is the 4th largest gynecological cancers. Often it is discovered late because it develops slowly and without specific symptoms. It was then that may be of poor prognosis, hence the need for regular gynecological monitoring. 1.What are the symptoms of ovarian cancer? 2.Risk factors of ovarian cancer 3.The diagnosis and […]

BONE CANCER, EWING’S SARCOMA

Ewing sarcoma is a bone cancer. This cancer is serious, but the prognosis has been greatly improved thanks to treatment advances in chemotherapy and radiotherapy. -Ewing’s sarcoma: a primary bone cancer -Bone cancer: what are the symptoms of Ewing’s sarcoma? -Ewing sarcoma: sometimes surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy but otherwise Ewing’s sarcoma: a primary bone cancer […]