Many people do not know there are multiple types of breast cancer. The three most common breast cancers are ductal carcinoma in situ, invasive ductal carcinoma and invasive lobular carcinoma. Your type of breast cancer depends on which cells in your breast show disease. The majority...

There are many types of cancer, a disease that starts when cells in your body grow out of control. Cancer affects almost any body part and can easily spread from one region of the body to another. The cancer non-Hodgkin lymphoma starts in your white blood...

Bladder cancer develops from cells in the bladder growing out of control, sometimes forming a bladder tumor. These cancers sometimes spread to other areas of your body. How Bladder Cancer Begins and Spreads Bladder cancer usually starts in the bladder’s innermost lining called the urothelium or transitional...

Adrenal cancer includes tumors and cancers of the adrenal cortex, the outer part of the adrenal glands. The inner part of the adrenal glands, the medulla, is actually part of the nervous system. Adrenal medulla cancers include pheochromocytomas and neuroblastomas. But when calling a cancer...

Using dietary supplements during cancer treatment causes much debate among healthcare professionals. Some of these supplements work well with a well-balanced diet and help provide complete nutrition. But others can interact with cancer treatment or cause bigger problems. About Dietary Supplements during Cancer Treatment Always remember supplements...

Common Cancer Treatment Types After your cancer diagnosis, there are multiple types of treatment at your disposal. These treatments and your individualized treatment plan vary according to your specific health needs. Your cancer treatment professionals at Arizona Center for Cancer Care will help you understand your...

Knowing your own breasts is important. You need to know how they normally look and feel, to recognize signs of changes early. This is an important part of breast health and gives you better odds of successfully treating your breast cancer, when you find the...

Cells in your body becoming abnormal and uncontrollably growing are cancer cells. Lung cancer includes these same factors. Also like other cancers, sometimes lung cancer cells form tumors and spread to other body tissues. Small cell lung cancer is one of two types of lung cancer...

Food Safety during Cancer Treatment During your cancer treatment, your body struggles to fight infection. This makes it even more important to ensure your foods meet safety needs. You must reduce your risk for foodborne illnesses and other infections. Below are guidelines for increasing food safety...

At this time in medical science, you cannot prevent prostate cancer. There are many risk factors for prostate cancer, such as age, race and family history. But there are things you can do to possibly decrease your risk of prostate cancer. Your Physical Condition and Diet Your...

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There is no clear means of preventing colorectal cancer, sometimes called colon cancer or rectal cancer. But you can reduce your risk for the disease by changing your controllable risk factors. Screening for Colorectal Cancer Screening involves looking for cancer or pre-cancerous signs in people not showing...