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  1. page Group 5-Cancer edited ... Recurrent: The cancer has come back (recurred) after it has been treated. It may come back in …
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    Recurrent: The cancer has come back (recurred) after it has been treated. It may come back in the pancreas or in another
    Pancreatic cancer has been called a "silent" disease because early pancreatic cancer usually does not cause symptoms. If the tumor blocks the common bile duct and bile cannot pass into the digestive system, the skin and whites of the eyes may become yellow, and the urine may become darker.
    There is no way you can prevent it.
    Know who's at risk. People approaching or over the age of 60, men, smokers, people with diabetes and people who have a family history of pancreatic cancer all have higher risk rates
    Ultrasound. Computerized tomography
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    CANCER: Prostate
    1. Cancer that starts in the prostate gland.
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    Stage B: Considered to be within the prostate and can be felt during DRE.
    Stage C: Indicates that the tumor had spread outside the prostate to some surrounding areas
    6.It is treated before any syptoms begin to show.
    7.Following a vegentarian low fat diet.
    8.It varies considering the stage of the tumor.

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  2. page Group 5-Cancer edited ... Recurrent: The cancer has come back (recurred) after it has been treated. It may come back in …
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    Recurrent: The cancer has come back (recurred) after it has been treated. It may come back in the pancreas or in another
    Pancreatic cancer has been called a "silent" disease because early pancreatic cancer usually does not cause symptoms. If the tumor blocks the common bile duct and bile cannot pass into the digestive system, the skin and whites of the eyes may become yellow, and the urine may become darker.
    There iis no way you can prevent it.
    Know who's at risk. People approaching or over the age of 60, men, smokers, people with diabetes and people who have a family history of pancreatic cancer all have higher risk rates
    Ultrasound. Computerized tomography
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    CANCER: Prostate
    1. Cancer that starts in the prostate gland.
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Thursday, March 17

  1. page Ovarian Cancer edited ... B. Its located in a woman's ovaries C. Older women are at risk of this cancer. Between ages o…
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    B. Its located in a woman's ovaries
    C. Older women are at risk of this cancer. Between ages of 55 to 74. Also if a member of your immediate family had ovarian cancer or if you had breast or colon cancer.
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    to detect it.E.it.
    E.
    There are
    a.Stage I- the cancer is still in the ovaries and hasn’t spread to the outside of the ovary yet.
    b.Stage II- the cancer is in one or both of the ovaries and is starting to spread to other organs within the pelvis.
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    Questions to Answer
    a. What is _ cancer?
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    B. Its located in a woman's ovaries
    C. Older women are at risk of this cancer. Between ages of 55 to 74. Also if a member of your immediate family had ovarian cancer or if you had breast or colon cancer.
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    to detect it.
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    it.E. There are
    a.Stage I- the cancer is still in the ovaries and hasn’t spread to the outside of the ovary yet.
    b.Stage II- the cancer is in one or both of the ovaries and is starting to spread to other organs within the pelvis.
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    pilldietmodpreglw_1300326374_9counselinglw_1300326374_10tuballw_1300326374_11ovaryG. There are really no ways to prevent ovarian cancer. But some things you can do to cut your chances to getting it are: Oral Contraceptives, Dietary Modification and Exercise, Pregnancy and Breast Feeding, Genetic Counseling, Tubal Ligation, and Ovary Removal.
    lw_1300326374_12H. There are many ways to treat ovarian cancer like surgery and radiation therapy. If you decide surgery you can choose removing the uterus, both ovaries, fallopian tubes, lymph nodes, omentum, and other tissues around the pelvis and abdomen.
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    after diagnosis.
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    If diagnosis is made early in the disease and treatment
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    ovary, the 5-year5 year survival rate
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    Answer {Ovarian-Cancer-Symptoms.jpg} {ovarian-cancer-6443560.jpg}
    a. What is _ cancer?
    b. Where is it located?
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    I. Itsconsidered the silent killer and is hard to detect. About 76% of women with ovarian cancer survive 1 year after diagnosis. About 45% live longer than 5 years after diagnosis.
    If diagnosis is made early in the disease and treatment is received before the cancer spreads outside the ovary, the 5-year survival rate is about 94%.
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    a. What is _ cancer?
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