Urethral Cancer affects the tissues in of the urethra, the tube that brings urine from the bladder to the outside of the body. Men develop this cancer more often than women and it can spread quickly to other tissues around the urethra, including the lymph nodes before it’s detected and diagnosed.
Did you know that #Thyroid #Cancer is on a steady rise in the United States? Do YOU know where your Thyroid is located? Do you know what it controls?
The most common symptom of testicular cancer is swelling or a lump in the testicular area. For more information about testicular cancer, listen to this episode of #AskDoctorTom!
In this episode of #AskDoctorTom, Doctor Tom goes over some commonly asked question from listeners, and delves into what can cause spinal cancer.
The skin is an important part of the body, protecting people from sunlight, heat, infection, and injuries. It also stores fat and helps regulate body temperature. Cancer can form in the skin anywhere on the body, first originating in the outer layer of the skin (epidermis). Skin cancer is the most common kind of cancer.
The skin is an important part of the body, protecting people from sunlight, heat, infection, and injuries. It also stores fat and helps regulate body temperature. Cancer can form in the skin anywhere on the body, first originating in the outer layer of the skin (epidermis). It’s the most common kind of cancer.
Ovarian cancer usually goes unnoticed until it has spread into the abdomen and pelvis, which makes it harder to treat and many times deadly. In this episode Doctor Tom goes over commonly asked questions regarding Ovarian Cancer including:
What are the symptoms of oral cancer? Dr. Thomas Incledon explains the challenge people have recognizing their symptoms in this clip from the #AskDoctorTom podcast.
Oral cancer, also called Mouth Cancer or Oral Cavity Cancer is found on the tissue parts that make up the mouth. It’s commonly seen on the tongue, cheek lining, roof or floor of the mouth, gums, or lips.
Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) is a variety of cancer where a person’s bone marrow makes too many lymphocytes, which is a type of white blood cell. It’s also possible for leukemia to affect other white blood cells, red blood cells, and blood platelets.
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