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Dying cancer cells and smells

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with cancer anyway. My sister had cancer, another was precancerous and an aunt died. Although I told ... to be a vagrant tumor . I had renal cell cancer and a radical nephrectomy last July and I know this is not related ...

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. 2. Is there any medical processes/tests to find out if my genes may have cancer cells. ...My father suffered from stomach cancer and he passed away last year in October within 4 months ...

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Hi Dr.Rynne, My mother recently died & I was told her death was as a result of Stage 4 lung cancer ... identified Reactive mesothelial & inflammatory cells noted Are we saying cancer ? ...

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this as uncontrollable. What scientific evidence is there to say uncontrollable? Also cancer cells do sometimes die .... Apart from telemeres not shortening and no signals between cancer cells and other tissue cells ...

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). to the question. Will PPI's make cancer cells to acidic and die ? ...I have stage 4 kidney cancer , 11/14 right kidney removed, XXXXXXX 15 came in upper lung and lymph ...

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A relative of mine is dying of bone and lung cancer and of course is coughing up blood, vomiting a lot. When he dies, I will be called by his wife, my sister, to go there to console her and help ...

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- otherwise health is ok. My dad died of stomach cancer at 52 (other organs were effected and he died within 3months of diagnosis) and now my mum has colon cancer (stage-3), - am i a high risk? Thankyou for your ...

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my uncle had right cheek cancer in 1997. at early stages he found that cancer and took treatment ... is that cheekcancer cells carryforward to next generations? ...

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cancer? I m a 60 year old female. (My father died at age 58 from toncil cancer but he smoked heavily ...

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Hello, my sister was diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer 3 months ago. With sadness, she died ... and clear, with cancer count in blood being 30. Is it possible that cancer cells were microscopic, and if so ...

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cancer and I jsmelled that same smell just before he died. Do some cancer patients have that smell. ...my granddaughter says that she has uterine cancer. She had a brain tumor (they operated on one ...

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my daddy died last tuesday. he had lung cancer, but he bled to death in his lungs, it was 3rd stage squamous cell, he was 71. could this have been prevented if he were in a better hospital ? ...

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I m worried about Lung Cancer. I have never smoked but everyone in my family does. My mother, Aunt, 2 uncles and 1st cousin, on my mom s side of the family, all die from small cell lung cancer ...

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have had abnormal cells before, and have had to do a hystorectomy when i was 26. My grandfather died of colon cancer, my aunt died of breast cancer, my mother had cervical cancer and my other gran had cancer ...

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and our future. I am just worried that if I have children my cancer could come back and then I could die ...When I was 12 I was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin s Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma. I went through ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

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It is abnormal proliferation of cells at cost of normal cells damage.It can occur in any part of body except hair.

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No it is not cancer.

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Hello Thanks for the query Yes, mesothelioma mean cancer of the mesothelial cells. Please meet a pulmonologist Regards