Have you ever wondered what leaders in health would do if they were ever diagnosed with prostate cancer? This is what Mike Adams, "The Health Ranger" would do. Click through and watch the video! Please re-pin to support us on our mission to educate, expose, and eradicate cancer! // The Truth About Cancer
I'm willing to bet that this is surprising to many of you. This is why Doctor Desaulniers recommends that when one receives a cancer diagnosis to think through all of your options for treatment before making a decision. In most cases, the decision does not need to be made in the moment. // Join us now at The Truth About Cancer for life-saving information!
Skeletal metastases are common and result in significant morbidity in patients with metastatic disease. Although the diagnosis is often straightforward, sometimes they may mimic benign disease or other primary malignancies. Skeletal metastases account for 70% of all malignant bone tumours, and are seen in a vast number of primary cancers, although lung cancer, breast cancer, renal cell carcinoma and prostate cancer account for 80%.
"Prostate cancer Information is essential for many people that are not having an advanced knowledge of the disease. The information on prostate cancer includes the causes of prostate cancer along with the symptoms, risk factors, treatment, and diagnosis."..
The diagnosis of prostate cancer can be confirmed only by a biopsy. A biopsy is the surgical removal of tissue samples, while under local anesthesia, drugs or substances that cause a loss of feeling or awareness, in a doctor’s office.
September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. Help us spread awareness by sharing this with your friends and family. Prostate cancer mostly affects older men, but men with a strong family history and African American men may develop prostate cancer at a younger age. Click here to learn more about screening, risk and diagnosis: https://siteman.wustl.edu/treatment/cancer-types/prostate/screening-risk-and-diagnosis/
Is PSA Testing for Prostate Cancer a Good Idea? (video)
Let’s talk about PSA (Prostate Specific Antigen) tests. Are they a good diagnosis for prostate cancer? Do they ever create false positives? Here are some great insights from Dr. David Brownstein, the Medical Director of the Center for Holistic Medicine in West Bloomfield, Michigan. Click through to watch & please re-pin to help us educate others! Together we'll empower the world with life-saving knowledge! // The Truth About Cancer <3
One of the challenges nobody tells you about when you receive a cancer diagnosis - it changes the way people see you, speak to you, and think about you. It can be challenging but it's important to remind others we are the same person today as we were before we knew we had cancer. See me. Hear me. Know me. The cancer is not who I am. - Jo Hilder www.johilder.com