Type of Surgical Anesthesia Might Influence Prostate Cancer’s Return.

by rnn.yqe.

Prostate cancer is found to affect more men aged 75 and over in the UK than any other form of the disease. Although no conclusive evidence has been found to suggest possible causes for its occurrence, researchers are now investigating an apparent link between the anaesthesia used during prostate cancer surgery, and the likelihood of […]


Menopause

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Menopause is the end of menstruation or monthly periods. It is sometimes known as the “Change of Life”. This occurs when a woman’s ovaries no longer produce an egg every 28 days. The average age of menopause for women in the UK is 51, although it can happen much earlier. If the menopause happens before […]


Cancer and Stem Cells

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One of the main issues which physicians face when treating cancer is the sheer variety of types of cancer that exist. Research has shown that cancer cells are very different, and can affect different patients in varying ways. There can also be a range of types of cells within a malignant tumour. Stem cell research […]


Could Water Near Fracking Sites Disrupt Hormones?

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Opponents of the fracking technique say that it potentially allows carcinogenic chemicals to escape and contaminate groundwater near drilling sites – this is used for drinking water for residents in nearby locations. Not only does fracking pose a cancer threat, www.dangersoffracking.com shows that drinking water wells are contaminated with 17 times more methane concentrations than […]


Hormon replacement therapy

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Menopausal hormone therapy has been used for many conditions that women face as they reach the age of menopause. Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) has been put through many clinical trials and results show that while it improves women’s quality of life, it also has other benefits. Early findings Studies show that HRT has the ability […]