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Sinus cancer, sinuses removed, Lymph node cancer, muscle weakness, fatigue, swollen neck, gaining weight

I have had sinus cancer where they removed my sinuses back in 09. Then lymph node cancer this past ... the flu-like symptoms of fatigue. Was wondering if scar tissue around the brain stem could possibly cause ...
 

Meladerm- Is it cancer causing?

as it doesnt hurt my original skin tone.But can you please help me know whether this is cancer causing. I am ...
 

Had maxillary sinus cancer. Got neck sprain. On clopidogrel. Side effect?

I am 62 years old. 6 years back maxillary sinus cancer ( NHL ) attacked and radiation treatment was given. Since then mouth dryness and over-sensitivity of neck and throat persisted. Last year onwards I I ...
 

Sinus cancer , positive on face bones, asthma, claustrophobia, cough with bloody mucus. Help?

Hi, I had a sinus cancer operation about 3 years back and were informed that it still showed positive in my face bones, I was refered for radiation, but could not do it due to my asthma ...
 

Can cancer cause double vision?

/preliminary finding were some spots on his brain. they are not positive but saying cancer somewhere that has ...
 

Can cancer cause severe pain in pelvis?

My daughter had ovarian cancer which at the time doctors told her it was beginning to grow on her ... it be cancer. My son died from cancer and my sister died from bone cancer. ...
 

Did chemotherapy to treat breast cancer cause trigger thumb ?

Hello There I received Chemo therapy T&C for stage 1C breast cancer now I have trigger thumb, It started last few sessions of Chemo, Did Chemo cause it???? ...
 

Red patches on roof of mouth, oral cancer, cause?

obviously worried, apart from oral cancer , what else could be causing this ? ...
 

Headaches. Have severe emphysema, prostrate cancer. Cause of headache?

My husband has severe emphysema, no chance of a transplant because of prostate cancer so he has to ride this one out. Our question is, when he wakes in the morning he nearly alway has a bad headache ...
 

Does Zometa taken for cancer cause brittle bones?

Hi, my oncologist wants to treat me with Zometa because of the cancer cells that have shown up in my hip & back. I heard that Zometa causes bone to become brittle & cause them to shatter if a break ...
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Suffering from sinusitis. X-ray, cat scan done. Found cloudy mass in sinus. Cancer?

Hi I am so worried today after a year and a half of my husband having problems with his sinuses the results from the second xray dr said he needs a cat scan as they found a cloudy mass in his sinus I didn ...
 

Is breast cancer caused by MMTV contagious?

found that breast cancer could be caused by a virus (mmtv) and i hope you can tell me whether it is contagious and if yes how? my mother has cancer and we share all kinds of utensils. thank you! ...
 

Is a gland infection or cancer causing soreness in left breast with nipple erection ?

not breast feeding. Is my gland infected or could it be cancer? ...
 

Difficulty swallowing, regurgitation, lower back pain. Taking cymbalta, levodopa. History of parkinsons, stomach cancer. Causes for symptoms?

my dad and my grandmother died of stomach cancer . can you advise? I have an appt with a gastro next ...
 

Body pain, flu, headaches, urine incontinence, vomiting. History of ovarian cysts, kidney infections, cervical cancer. Causes?

It is now Saturday & I have been sick since Tuesday. It started with Really severe body aches and pains, Pain Level 9, I have had kidney issues before so I thought that might be it. Then the flu , though I didn't know it lasted this long. High...
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I am 23 and have been smoking cigarettes for 8 years and am quitting today what are my chances of having any kind of cancer caused from cigarette smoking
Hi, You are indeed taking a very wise decision as smoke is the root cause of many cancers as well as heart diseases. The risk decreases after quitting and the decrease is proportional to the duration of quitting. Means for example: the risk will decrease by half fold in first year, one forth in second and so on until about 15-20 years post quitting when the risk may equal to that in a non smoker.
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