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What Are the Different types of Epithelial cancer?

A: Epithelial cancer, also known as epithelial carcinoma or simply carcinoma, accounts for approximately 85% of all cancers. Different types of epithelial cells develop into different types of cancer, and the nomenclature is dependent upon both the type of cell that it attacks and the organ of the body in which it is found. Squamous cell cancer is found in squamous epithelial cells. If these cells are located in the lung, it is called squamous cell lung cancer. Adenocarcinoma is found in adenomatous cells, or glandular cells, and transitional cells are the targets

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What Are Symptoms of lung cancer?

A: It would seem like lung cancer would be easy to catch and diagnose due to its symptoms, but this isnít always the case. Roughly 25% of people with any type of lung cancer may not have any symptoms, and they donít know they have the condition unless theyíre tested for something else or until the cancer spreads further. Then cancer or a growth could be spotted on x-rays, for instance, and hopefully successful treatment could begin. The rest of the people who get lung cancer will have some symptoms they should bring to a doctorís attention immediately. Even though lung cancer is still extremely difficult to treat,...
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Wat are the symptoms of lung cancer?

A: Cancer in your lungs. have a check up with your doctor to find out, its better this way than keep judging yourslef My grandfather had lung cancer..his symptoms were coughing up blood.... I''m not for sure.But,you might go to www.Web M.D.Health.com It tells symptoms.And anything else you might want to know. My husband had NO symptoms. He was diagnosed March 20th passed June 6th. Go to the doctor at once. RUN if you have to. It was too late for my husband but it may not be too late for you. He went thru radiation, chemo, gamma knife procedure and took a drug called Tarceva. Good luck I wish you the best. Heavy chest continual coughing,hurts to breath.Go to doc.quicker the better!If you are coughing up blood go fast to doc.

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symptoms of lung cancer

A: at the begining none than it depend on what type of lung cancer and location People often decide to visit the doctor only after they have been bothered by certain complaints over a period of time. Individuals who have lung cancer frequently experience symptoms such as: Cough Shortness of breath Wheezing Chest pain Hemoptysis (bloody, coughed-up sputum) Loss of appetite Weight loss Pneumonia (inflammation of the lungs) Other symptoms that are associated with lung cancer include: Weakness Chills Swallowing difficulties Speech...


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I want my girlfriend to quit smoking. Do you know anyone who died of lung cancer? How did it affect you?

A: I hope for both of your sakes that you can convince your girlfriend to quit smoking. Not only can she die from lung cancer, but from numerous other conditions caused from smoking, including heart attack. My husband had numerous lung problems, but he did not have lung cancer. He died, at the age of 39 from a sudden heart attack. The patholigist said that the major contributing factor was his smoking. My dad, on the other hand, did have lung cancer, but no one, including his doctors, was aware of it until the day he died. By then, it had spread through his body causing breakdown on his legs. He had ulcers on his legs...


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What are the symptons of lung cancer?

A: everyone ha their own opinion when i started to cough blood up and went to the doc they say oh it could be tb tuberculosis that is even though i had a mask in my lung they took weeks to tell me they want to do biopsy to see if it was cancerous or what,when they did come to tell me i had already figured it out so my definition is tightness in te chest area or in the back where your lung is situated it gets real achy it seems like nothing at first then after the coughing comes along and the blood in your sputom keep in mind a lot of things have the same syntoms it doesnt have to be lung cancer chest pain, cough that won''t go away coughing up blood along with abnormal bloodwork ,upper back...


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Will drinking green tea reduce my risk of lung cancer?

A: All of the what you say above is true. However, just be aware of one things: these are research findings, they are not 100% proven. For a benefit to be proven, it requires scientists to understand why it works. Scientists also need to conduct large scale human trials. So just bear this in mind. As for lung cancer, yes, green tea reduces lung cancer risk. A green tea and smoking study conducted by University of Arizona in United States studied the effects of smoking on heavy smokers. 100 women and 33 men participated in the study over 4 months. They drank either green tea, black tea or water. Researchers found that drinking decaffeinated...


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What are the first signs of lung cancer?

A: herpes General symptoms of lung cancer The symptoms of lung cancer can be -Having a cough most of the time -A change in a cough you have had for a long time -Being short of breath -Coughing up phlegm (sputum) with signs of blood in it -An ache or pain when breathing or coughing -Loss of appetite -Fatigue -Losing weight Less common symptoms of lung cancer There are other symptoms of lung cancer that are less common. They are usually associated with more advanced

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What Are the Different types of Bone cancer?

A: There are several types of bone cancer that people of different ages can develop. Cancer can occur in any of the tissues that make up the skeletal system, including the hard bone cells, the softer cartilage, and fibrous tissues. Some cancers are occasionally or more frequently referred to as types of bone cancer, but are actually not true bone cancer.. True or primary bone cancer is rare and refers to cancer that starts in bone tissue. There are different types of bone cancer which start in the bones, defined by the type of bone tissue that is...


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What Are the Different types of Thymus cancer?

A: Thymus cancer is a malignancy that begins in the thymus gland. This organ is found in the area of the chest that is between the lungs. This places the thymus above and in front of the heart. There are several different forms of thymus cancer that may develop over time. Also known as thymoma, thymic carcinoma is a form of thymus cancer that develops from the epithelial cells which give the thymus its distinctive shape. There are actually several classes of thymic carcinoma that may be present. Each varies in terms of cure rates and physical traits. Type A thymic carcinoma is an example of...
 
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