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I was recently I had pre cancerous cells on my cervix and my dr wants to freeze the cells, my boss suggested that the procedure is not necessary - can pre cancerous cells develop into cancer if not treated: ...

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I have recently discovered that I have cancer in the prostrate and some cancer cells in the blatter ... health so I need a solution that will correct the cancer problem without major impact to my life ...

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If the cancerous cells on my liver is benign what treatments available, if malignant. ...

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Fibroids along with uneventful Fibroadenoma of breast in 2002. Later also no cancerous cells were noticed ... of breast to rule out any cancer onset as her uterus and ovaries were removed when she was just about 38 ...

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have heard that there is a flavonoid in beer thst is especially good at attacking some cancer cells. Also we have read that alcohol can cause largyneal cancer. His diagnosis is 63 year old male ...

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A relative of mine is dying of bone and lung cancer and of course is coughing up blood, vomiting ... condtioner are full of maliignant cells which I do not want to breathe in. Is my concern justifiable? ...

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

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My Father,67 years, was diagnosed with NHL diffuse large B cell type lymphoma , about 2 months ago ... no other complaint, no clear signs of infection. WBC count was 5000 about 5 days ago now it is 9000. Chest ...

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Can you get cancer from injecting cancerous cells into your bloodstrem Can I get cancer from injecting jurkat cells into my bloodstrem ...

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all again there is a small 2mmX2mm rare cell with high N/C ratio and round nuclei is present. What ...Doctor my wife has breast cancer and detected at stage 1, and got done the surgery means total ...

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not cancer but the docter said they they could because it was the high risk cancer cells that got me ... cells cause they said they were not that big then last summer i had a pap test done and they said i had ...

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I HAVE HPV AND PRE CANCEROUS CELL OR CELLS IN MY CERVIX CALLED C1 WHAT DOES THAT MEAN TO ME IS IT GOING TO TURN CANCERCOUS? I HAVE A VERY HIGH CANCER RATE IN MY FAMILY, AUNTS, UNCLES, MOTHER, FATHER ...

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Is it true that we have cancer cells in our body ? ...

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a little concern that if there were cancer cells inside of this tiny unknown spot/lump, wouldn t the cancer cells be released when the needle burst it? And, how would I know because there was nothing left to test ...

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-gyne that this polyp is positive for cancer cells. My pop smear is normal and cervical biopsy is normal too. What is this and where this cancer cells originated? ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

No! cancer cells are dead once there is a change in the microenvironment; thanks!

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Cancer is a disease in which abnormal cells divide without control and are able to invade other tissues. Cancer cells can spread to other parts of the body through the blood and lymph systems. The body cells grow and divide in a controlled way to produce more cells.When the DNA of these cells is damaged they can divide in uncontrolled way Lung cancer is when this process happen in lungs. Take care

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You may be suffering from leukemia consult a hematologist and get diagnosed on its type many are not dangerous and can be controlled by drugs