VIRUS

noun. 1. a microscopic parasitic compound which contains an RNA or DNA center encompassed by a safeguarding protein coating. As viruses can't multiply or...

How to Be There For, And Support, A Terminally Ill Person

It is beyond painful to learn that someone you care about has a terminal illness. You want to help, but you're afraid of saying...

ONCOLOGY

the examination and remediation of non-cancerous and cancerous tumors. This department of medicine and of behavioral or populace sciences entails the management of cancer...

CANCER PHOBIA

n. an irrational fear of cancer which pervades one's thoughts. The fear of developing cancer becomes all-consuming, and this is expressed as obsessive-compulsive...

How to cope with cancer and depression

As many as a quarter of all cancer patients end up suffering from depression during their fight to save their lives There are no...

STANOLONE

a semi-synthetic form of dihydrotestosterone used to treat some breast cancers.

Psychological effects of breast cancer on seniors

While we often see breast cancer ads plastered with middle-aged females and hear stories of young mothers who were taken from their children too...

LARYNGEAL CANCER

Cancerous growths that affect the larynx or vocal cords. Higher incidents of this form of cancer affect the male population. ...

NEOPLASM

is a term which is normally used to describe a new, abnormal malignant tumour, as seen in cases of cancer. There is normally a...

PSYCHOONCOLOGY

The study of psychological responses to cancer. These responses are studied as to how they relate to risk, detection, course treatment and...

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