Can you get cancer in your nose?

Can you get cancer in your nose?

The likelihood for you to get cancer in your nose is not that high. If you are not in the list of people who are exposed to risk factors the possibility of you getting cancer in your nose is quite low. Risk factors include age (above 40), gender (men are more likely to get nose cancer), smoking, exposure to chemical substances, exposure to human papillomavirus (HPV). The question is “Can you get cancer in your nose if you are exposed the risk factors?” read more

Determining oral cavity cancer staging

Determining oral cavity cancer staging

Oral cancer does not happen only for those with a sweet tooth or those who smoke. When faced with this difficult challenge in life, a lot of people who are not knowledgeable about its types and stages will just give up and succumb to their condition. So let us help you understand and know the different oral cavity cancer staging to help you cope and determine the best treatment so you can face cancer head-on. You can also visit No Gaps clinics in Sydney for more information and treatment for oral cancer. read more

Squamous Cell Carcinoma Stages

Squamous Cell Carcinoma Stages

Staging is a method of determining if the cancer is spreading and if so to which extent. Various stages of any disease require different treatment plans since the effects of the treatment may vary from one stage to another. If you have more questions, visit this site and know the answers to FAQ. read more

Brain Stem Cancer

Brain Stem Cancer

Brain stem cancer is a disease in which malignant cells develop in the tissues of the brain stem; part of the brain that connects to the spinal cord. This part of the brain controls basic functions such as breathing, blood pressure, heart rate as well as motor functions like eating, walking, seeing, and talking. read more

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