Note: This is a paper that I wrote about two months ago. This is not intended to do anything but present the facts!
Cancer: Info for women, on Ovarian cancer
In long past years, having a doctor handing over a diagnosis of cancer was like getting death sentence. It was new, unusual, and most of all, untreatable. It was a word in the same category as murder and execution. Once one got it, one would almost certainly die, or live a half-life until death. Today, however, this is not true. Cancer’s death rate is much, much lower, and with thousands of scientists, around the world, working to find a cure, the future for a patient with cancer is very bright, and growing brighter by the day. Everyday, science is finding new information about how to help prevent, and possibly cure cancer. It has been estimated that by 2010, a cure may be developed. But what people still want to know is; how they can keep the habits, and lifestyle, that they have now, while still being cancer-less. How can we live without cancer, without giving up many of our favorite things, such as smoking. This silent killer, cancer, is not so very unknown, and not so unstoppable.
There are many ways to tell that you have a cancer. Take Ovarian cancer for example. Some common symptoms, that may mean that you have Ovarian cancer, include:
·Increased size of abdomen
·Fatigue – more than the usual “blahs” but a persistent, ongoing tiredness
·Abdominal pain –can range from a mild discomfort or a more persistent pain
·Frequent urge to urinate
·Urinary inconsistinence - being unable to control the flow of urine, peeing accidentally
·Pain with intercourse
·Unable to eat normally
·A mass or “lump” in your pelvis that you can feel
It is suggested that one checks with a doctor if any of these symptoms persist for three weeks or more. These are just some of the symptoms that could signify that one has Ovarion cancer. For more information on symptoms, or about Ovarion cancer in more detail, go to:
There are many lifestyles that can help prevent cancer. There are some things that cannot be helped. The main unpreventable reason is that you have a tendency toward cancer from your genes or by Hereditary inheritance. The only thing that one can do in these cases is, have a healthy lifestyle, avoiding obesity or underweight-ness, heart disease, and eating your daily recommended amounts of vegetables, fruits, and vitamins. These are pretty much the most surefire way to prevent cancer.
There are several treatements for cancer, differing by the type. To use Ovarian cancer as an example, once again, the treatments for it include, but are not limited to:
There are also several other treatments, that have not been released in full details yet, but these seem to be promising. Also, healthy lifestyles, and possible herbal remedies may be used to treat cancer.
This silent killer, cancer, is not so very unknown, and not so unstoppable. The people of the world know that, right now, scientists are doing the best that they can. What the people also know is that, although these are not sure preventions, the healthy lifestyles and herbal remedies that have been presented to them are as good as they have right now, and with nothing much else, aside from avoiding cancer-specific causes, such as drugs, and smoking, etc, this is what they have to work with. This, hope, and faith in scientists around the world. For some cancers, there is nothing that can prevent them, except luck, and healthy living, and for, others, simply avoiding the causes is enough. For now, all that people around the world, who may have a tendency towards cancer, or have already been diagnosed with it, can do is cross their fingers, and put their hopes, and fates, in the many scientists working on this important problem.