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Tumors caused by Esophageal cancer may not cause noticeable symptoms until cancer has spread. The tumor grows and eventually it start to block the esophagus opening. Patient has trouble swallowing or notice that it hurts to swallow.
Esophagectomy -Removing some or most part of the esophagus and surrounding tissue in early stage. Surgeon creates a new esophagus by pulling up part of the stomach.
Ovarian cancer occurs when abnormal cells in your ovaries grow and multiply out of control.
Surgery – Removal of ovaries by laparoscopy (minimally invasive surgery)
Colon cancer develops from certain growth in the inner lining of the colon. If it is not treated may spread to the other areas of body.
Polypectomy - Removal of polyps
Partial Colectomy – Removal of part of colon that contains the tumor
It is a procedure that infuses healthy blood forming stem cells into your body to replace bone marrow that’s not producing enough healthy blood cells.
Stem cells are infused into your body through central line. New stem cells enter the body. they travel through blood to bone marrow and multiply and begin to make new, healthy blood cells. This is called engraftment. Patient may need periodic transfusions of Red blood cells and PLT, until the bone marrow starts producing enough of those cells on its own.
Thyroid cancer develops in thyroid glands which regulates body hormones.
Surgery – Thyroidectomy – Depending on the tumor’s size, location, the surgeon may remove part of the thyroid gland or the entire gland and nearby lymph nodes.
This cancer occurs in lung airways or in small air sacs present in the lungs.
Surgeon may remove the tumor and a small amount of healthy tissue around it to make sure they do not leave any cancer cells behind. Sometimes to remove all or part of lung to avoid reoccurrence.
Tobacco and alcohol
The use of tobacco products, including cigarettes, cigars, pipes, and chewing tobacco, is a major risk factor for esophageal cancer.
In most cases, colon and rectal cancers grow slowly over many years. Most of those cancers start as a growth called a polyp.
A bone marrow or cord blood transplant may be the best treatment option for patients with leukemia, lymphoma, sickle cell anemia and many other diseases.
Ovarian cancer is very serious, especially if it's not found early.
Most ovarian cancers develop after menopause. Half of all ovarian cancers are found in women 63 years of age or older.
You can live without your pancreas, but you'll have to take medicines to replace what it does in your body.
Thyroid cancer is often diagnosed at a younger age like 50 to 55yrs. This cancer is about 3 times more common in women than in men.
lung cancer is typically a cancer that grows quickly and spreads early.
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