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Family history of prostate cancer, ovarian cancer, lung cancer, skin cancer. Chances of developing cancer?

Hi, I m worried about my risk of getting cancer and keep asking my doctors do to general physicals for me but they won t unless i have a specific problem. I was wondering how I could get them to do an mri scan or something of that type for me as I get very nervous thinking about the risk of me getting cancer. Both my grandfathers died of prostate cancer , my grandmother on my father s side died of ovarian cancer , my grandmother on my mothers side died of lung cancer , my father currently has prostate cancer and my aunt recently developed skin cancer. Kind of explains why I m so wary about my chances of getting it. My doctors know this information but they always just say don t worry about it which doesnt sound very assuring.
Asked On : Wed, 13 Mar 2013
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Welcome to HCM,
Your doctors are right as you do not have any problem from any systems of your body, for what they go for investigations ?
It seems you have got Anxiety Neurosis.
Develop self confidence and mind power that I do not have any problem.
Remove false fear from your mind and live joyfully.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Wed, 13 Mar 2013
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