While much is said and written about cancer treatments, it 's perhaps best to remember this: the best treatment for cancer is prevention. It may be a cliché but it 's 100 percent true. Those dismissing cancer as a hereditary disease should realize that lifestyle can have a great impact on a person 's chances of contracting one of the many forms of cancer. Likewise, those that believe complying with a set of conditions - like those set out below - guarantees a cancer-free existence should understand that this is certainly not the case. At the end of the day, cancer is arbitrary, and you never know if, or when, you will develop the disease and require any of a number of cancer treatments.
(Kübler-Ross & Kessler, 2014) Denial In denial stage, a person who is suffering from a life-threatening disease may refuse to acknowledge their condition due to the shock. For someone who lost a love one, they may not be able to fully grasp the situation as it felt dreamlike. They might still expect the deceased to be there, going about their daily routines such as a call or come home or drop by to say hello. It is a natural defense mechanism in each and every individual. In both situation, these individuals go through a phase of disbelief, stunned and surreal.
Unfortunately, doctor assisted suicide is not legal in the patient’s state, and he must suffer through his existence for one more month, if he’s lucky. Several states have already seen the benefits of a “death with dignity” law, such as Colorado, Oregon, California, and others. Doctor assisted suicide is a right that belongs to any mentally sane patient, because nobody should have to suffer through the pain of terminal illness, drive their family into poverty, and then die anyways. Cancer treatment, while vital to a patient who doesn’t have six months to live, is very expensive. In the article written by Matt Mauney, “Costs of Chemotherapy Treatment”, Mauney researched the costs of various cancer treatments, in order to give cancer patients an expectation of how much treatment will cost them.
Skin cancer is a very dangerous disease, but if you are careful and know your facts, it can be easily avoided. During this speech, I will tell you about Skin cancer, what it is, why it is so dangerous, and how to prevent it. To start, what exactly is skin cancer? According to The Skin Cancer Foundation, “Skin cancer is the uncontrolled growth of abnormal skin cells.” Skin cancer often develops because the skin was exposed to ultraviolet radiation in the sun or tanning beds, and it normally shows up in an irregular spot or mole on the skin. Some types of skin cancer do not grow or spread, so therefore do are not “staged”, but for the ones that do, stage 0 is when the skin cancer cells are strictly in the epidermis.
Another inspired and powerful movie entitled "Patch Adam". A movie which based on a true story that is really needed by medical students. This movie will describe and teach to be a great doctor which dedicate their life for humanity and not only treat disease but also to improve the quality of life. This movie show that every failure has seeds of success built in it. Hunter Adam who was the main role of this movie ever fell to the lowest part of his life which made him should be bought to psyciathric hospital.
All these tests are used to determine the type of cancer, the stage of illness and its aggressiveness. Transition: [ Although treatment has come a long way, there is still no cure for breast cancer, so scientists and researchers are working to improving treatments and making them as painless as
So do you still want to get your skin painted which may be cool today, but later you have to deal with health issues? Tattoo pigments are not sanctioned by FDA As the popularity of tattoos continues to grow, and then causes the concern about potential risks. Some hazards, such as the spread of infections through the use of unsterilized needles, have long been acknowledged. But what isn 't clear is the safety of tattoo inks. State and local government agencies manage the practice of tattooing, ink and ink colorings used in tattoos is subject to FDA regulation as cosmetics and color additives.
Imagine knowing what will happen in the future that can be harmful to many people or beneficial. What would you do? The future is both reassuring and intimidating. There are things that many people are hopeful for seeing in the future and things that they are fearful to see happen. A hope for the future is that doctors will find a cure for cancer, and a fear is the sea levels rising.
It was fascinating yet touching having the opportunity to interact with many patients and see their to get well soon. My father is a gynecologic oncologist, so he is working with cancer patients, which have always been extra poignant for me, because these patients’ struggle for survival and hope in their eyes are different from anything I have seen before. Throughout my childhood, I was able to gain a deeper understanding of the successes of a doctor’s relationship with his/her patients, some administrative understanding of a hospital setting and gained some knowledge of medical terms. However, as entering adulthood, I was diagnosed with lymphoma cancer and that was the moment which I was actually able to look to the medical world and hospitals from the patient’s side. It was totally different from what I thought.
My father died fighting laryngeal cancer when I was ten years old. Despite the traumatizing experience of my father’s illness and his subsequent death, I have always seen my mother as a symbol of courage. She always used to say, “no matter how difficult the situation may seem, never give up. Keep moving and doors will open for you”. I was compelled to join a nursing school due to financial restraints, but my dream of becoming a doctor always lived in my heart.