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Cancer Care : Its Types, Prevention & Treatments

We feature information about different types of cancer and how it can affect your life. The purpose of cancer care is to educate the public about this disease, inform them about its symptoms, and also provide resources, so they can receive the help they need.

The Oncology Nursing Society (ONS) is the largest professional organization in the world for nurses who specialize in the care of people with cancer. The ONS’s website provides information about the latest developments and research in cancer treatment. Our blog contains information on the signs and symptoms of various types of cancer, as well as treatment methods.

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Symptoms Of Cancer

  • You will feel tired
  • You will have soreness
  • Your mouth may dry up
  • Your tongue may become dry
  • You may have pain in your teeth or jaw
  • Your breath may be bad
  • You may get a fever
  • Your skin may itch
  • You may have a lump in your breast or another part of your body
  • You may have pain during sexual intercourse
  • You may have a change in the color of your urine
  • You may get an unusual rash
  • You may have a change in bowel habits.
  • You may feel anxious
  • You may have trouble sleeping

There are over 100 different types of cancer, many of which are treatable. Some of the most common types include:


Leukemia is a type of cancer that starts in white blood cells and attacks the bone marrow. Cancer can begin in children or adults and occurs equally often in men and women. The cause of leukemia is not known. In the United States, about 5,100 new cases of leukemia are diagnosed every year, according to the American Cancer Society. More than 1,800 people have died of the disease. Read More:-

Brain Cancer

Brain cancer is usually treated with surgery, radiation therapy, and chemotherapy. A patient usually survives for several years after diagnosis and treatment. Brain cancer is the most deadly disease for children and adults alike. In the U.S., cancer is second only to heart disease as the leading cause of death in both young people and older people. Brain cancer is the most common malignancy in children, with an estimated 1,200 new cases per year. Read More:-

Lung Cancer

People who suffer from lung cancer often spend a lot of money on treatment and have to endure a long, painful death. Lung cancer is the most expensive cancer to treat. If it is caught early, it can be cured with surgery. Surgery is an option for early stage non-small cell lung cancer, but for people with late stage non-small cell lung cancer, it is rarely curable. Lung cancer is most commonly caused by cigarette smoking, exposure to radon gas, exposure to asbestos, or being exposed to second hand smoke. If you have lung cancer, Read More:-

Breast Cancer

Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women and is also the leading cause of death for women between the ages of 40 and 55. This disease can affect women in any age group, including young girls and boys. Women are much more likely to be diagnosed with breast cancer than men are. Read More:-

Vulvar Cancer

Vulvar Cancer is a type of cancer which can be diagnosed by a gynecological examination and a vaginal examination. It affects the lower genital tract (vagina, vulva, urethra). Read More:-

Tonsil Cancer

There’s no such thing as tonsil disease. But tonsils can be cancerous, and when they are, they’re called lymphomas. If your tonsils are swollen and painful, and you’re feeling tired all the time, it may be because your tonsils are inflamed. This is known as tonsillitis, and it can happen for many reasons, including getting a cold, allergies, or even having an infection. It’s important to see a doctor about these things. Read More:-

Lip Cancer 

The most common form of this type of cancer is squamous cell carcinoma. Squamous cells are flat-shaped cells found in the skin. Squamous cell carcinomas are made up of these cells, and they are hard to see under the skin. This is why most people don’t realize they have lip cancer until it has advanced. Read more :- 

Liver Cancer 

Liver cancer is caused by too much alcohol, but it can be prevented. If you drink too much, ask your doctor to test you for liver disease. A simple blood test can show if there are any problems. Liver cancer is a dangerous disease. One in three people who die of this cancer are alive today because they found out they had it early. Liver cancer is caused by too much alcohol, but it can be prevented. Read More:-

Colon Cancer

Colon cancer is a scary disease. It may be curable or not. It may be deadly or not. People need to know the facts about colon cancer. They need to learn the symptoms, the signs and the cures. Read more:-

Skin Cancer

Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer among people between the ages of 15 and 29. Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the U.S. It is much more common than prostate cancer, lung cancer, breast cancer, colon cancer, and leukemia combined. This is because it has an earlier average onset age than these other types of cancer. People with fair skin, white or red hair, blue or green eyes, freckles or moles, or any family history of skin cancer are at increased risk. Read More :-

bone cancer

Bone Cancer is also known as Osteosarcoma. It affects the bones of the arms, legs, pelvis, ribs and the skull. Cancer is most common in young adults between the ages of 10 and 30 years old.  Symptoms include persistent, painful bone pain and weakness in the limbs. These symptoms may be accompanied by fever, fatigue, anemia, or weight loss. Other symptoms include joint pain, swelling, and redness. Read More :-

stomach cancer

Stomach cancer is a scary disease to get.  it’s difficult to detect stomach cancer at an early stage. The Symptoms are vague, and they can easily be mistaken for something else. The best way to prevent stomach cancer is to avoid risk factors such as smoking, drinking alcohol, eating red meat, and obesity. In addition, a diet rich in fruits and vegetables may reduce your chances of developing cancer. Read More :-

Ovarian Cancer

Ovarian cancer is the deadliest cancer for women between the ages of 50 and 70. This is largely because the symptoms of ovarian cancer are vague. The disease has no known cure. Only 30 percent of women with ovarian cancer survive five years after diagnosis. Read More:-

neck cancer

Cancer of the neck is a form of cancer that occurs in the cells at the back of the throat. This cancer can spread to the brain and lungs, but most often starts as a lump in the neck. Neck cancer can be difficult to treat because of the structures in the neck, including the airways. Read More:-

pancreatic cancer

This type of cancer starts when the pancreas begins to grow uncontrollably. As the cells grow larger, they become malignant, and eventually the tumor can invade nearby organs, causing problems with digestion, weight loss, pain, and jaundice. Read More:-

bladder cancer

Bladder Cancer is a disease that affects men, usually after 50 years of age. The cause is unknown, but smoking is a leading risk factor for cancer of bladder. Signs can include blood in the urine, pain during urination, and difficulty starting to urinate. Read More :-

uterine cancer

It also known as endometrial cancer, is a form of cancer that develops in the cells of the uterus (womb). It is the most common type of gynecological cancer in the UK, occurring in about 1 in 30 women by age 50, rising to 1 in 12 women by age 60. Read More:-

testicular cancer

Testicular cancer is the second most common cancer among young men.

It can cause symptoms like a change in the size of the testicles (a feeling of heaviness), a dull ache in the testicle area, a change in the consistency of the skin, or a change in the amount of semen a man is able to ejaculate. Men have two testicles, each of which produces sperm. One testicle usually works at a time. Read More:-

cervical cancer

Cervical cancer affects women. Every woman is at risk for cervical cancer. But, if you are under age 30, your risk of getting it is low. About 75% of cervical cancers occur in women over age 35. Read More:-

There are a number of ways to treat cancer, including surgery, chemotherapy, radiation, and immunotherapy.