Throat cancer mortality

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Avatar m tn What do you think of the reports showing high D3 blood levels reduce mortality? "JNCI Journal of the National Cancer Institute 2005 97(3):195-199; doi:10.1093/jnci/dji019 "Sun Exposure and Mortality From Melanoma" (Author affiliations include Sloan-Kettering) "Results: Sunburn, high intermittent sun exposure, skin awareness histories, and solar elastosis were statistically significantly INVERSELY associated with death from melanoma.
Avatar f tn I met a women she has throat cancer, she even had a operation and i saw the scars on her throat, i had a French kiss with her and just sucked her nipple for a second thats it so my question is does the cancer spreads like that and will i get any hpv or so?
Avatar n tn is this curable? mortality rate of thyroid cancer survival is higher than any kind of cancer? any input is well appreciated.
Avatar n tn Researches showed that women with higher WBC levels, indicating signs of inflammation, have increased risks of breast, colorectal, endometrial, and lung cancers, as well as an increased risk of overall cancer mortality. Take care and keep us posted.
Avatar m tn beer,Vodka, you name it. He recently had varices rupture in his throat, causing him to vomit blood and pass it in his bowels. He was admitted to the hospital for around 9 days or so. He did well for a while when he got home, but admitted that after a few weeks he sipped some beer. The other day he admitted to having more. My brother told me he got drunk, though Dad never admitted to it on his own. He's too proud to get in front of people (even doctors) and admit he's a problem drinker.
Avatar n tn Statistical analysis showed that during the 25 years of follow-up, women who had removal of normal ovaries had a higher all-cause mortality rate, mainly from coronary heart disease and lung cancer. Although there was a lower incidence of breast cancer, ovarian cancer, and in fact all cancers in the women who had their ovaries removed, the risk of death from cancer was higher. At no stage of the study was survival higher for the women whose ovaries were removed.
Avatar m tn Patients with CLD were identified from the Partners Healthcare system patient data repository (RPDR) using ICD-9-CM diagnoses. Inclusion criteria: hospitalized medical or surgical patients ≥18 years old, between 1993-2011. Diagnostic codes included all 571.xx codes for chronic liver disease, 070.54 for chronic hepatitis C and 070.32 for chronic hepatitis B.
648439 tn?1225058862 Alcohol is second only to tobacco as the major cause of drug related mortality in Australia.
Avatar n tn Other recommendations include clinical breast examination by a physician every 1-3 years. Though not proven to lower breast cancer mortality, it is also recommended that the woman does monthly self breast examination. Regards.
233488 tn?1310693103 Long-term studies have found that PSA screening and early diagnosis of prostate cancer does not save lives. Too many false positives, not enough cancer specific and poor results. I have seen the results of the Prostate, Lung, Colorectal and Ovarian (PLCO) trial, in the United States, and the European Randomized Study of Screening for Prostate Cancer (ERSPC) . No difference in mortality rates with PSA and DRE screening in the PLCO trial.
Avatar n tn coronary heart disease, stroke, breast cancer, ovarian cancer, lung cancer, colorectal cancer, hip fracture, pulmonary embolus, and death due to all causes. A lot of additional data was collected in order to compare similar groups of women in terms of other factors.
Avatar f tn I'm 39 years old and recently diagnosed with Anal cancer. 13 years ago I got a kidney transplant, Ever since I have been taking prograf (Immunsuppressant) and Methylprednisolo only 2mg. No other conditions by now. Will start chemo and radiation on tuesday. where can I find statistics regarding success rate, mortality rate, damage to the transplant, urogenital tract, respectively in this specific case. Thanks.
Avatar m tn Thyroid cancer tends to be very slow growing and non-aggressive with very low mortality. It's also very common. Standard treatment to remove it surgically, which was done. Likely it would have never caused you problems and it's gone anyways.
Avatar m tn I'm only 14 years old and there's a bump on my anus.. it's about the size of a pea, maybe a little smaller but I can see it clearly on the anus. I'm VERY VERY scared that it could be something like cancer. It's like under the skin and it's sorta hard so I'm thinking it's probably cancer. I'm really freaking out right now and I don't know what to do! Is there a likely chance that my mortality is at risk? and what could this growth be?
Avatar f tn My symptoms are sore throat, sever neck pain and cough.
Avatar n tn s like the whole experience leaves you with a deep sense of mortality, but the breast cancer patient is immediately distracted with all the treatment options, plus is allowed to feel sad, angry, etc. If benign, you are SUPPOSED to feel happy, but instead that feeling of mortality lingers. Other comments?
Avatar f tn t they cured cancer yet, or wishing for the cure. There are hundreds of different types of cancers and they call react differently to chemicals (medicines). There are people with PVCs who are at higher risk but it's not because of the PVCs per se, it's due to the root cause which could be something like ARVD, or a defect, and having these issues creates symptoms like PVCs. Don't focus on the PVCs themselves. Focus on the health of the cardiac muscle.
446474 tn?1446347682 Mortality from All Causes Higher Among Hepatitis C-Infected, Analysis Finds ScienceDaily (June 10, 2011) — Although liver-related mortality among those infected with hepatitis C is well documented, little is known about deaths in these patients that are not related to liver problems.
4309115 tn?1357606283 Here's the stats. Note that hep C is the number one cause of liver cancer, liver transplantation and kills more people in the US than AIDs. When considering these stats remember that they do not include the people who would have died if they did not get a liver transplant. http://www.cdc.gov/hepatitis/C/cFAQ.
Avatar n tn My father is 5 years post quad bypass surgery. He is also diabetic, and has prostrate cancer. His quality of life right now is not very good. Tires easily and becomes S.O.B. Has had recurrent admissions to E.D. with CHF, treated with Lasix and then released. The cardiologist says maybe 10% mortality rate during the surgery. How successful is this surgery and would it bring him a higher quality in his daily living if successful. Thanks.