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Walter Szykitka - 2009 - 628 pages
|Recurrent cancer is cancer that has come back (recurred) after a period of time |
when it could not be detected. It may recur locally ... Women with breast cancer
want to take an active part in making decisions about their medical care. It is
natural to want ... questions at once. You will have other chances to ask your
doctor or nurse to explain things that are not clear and to ask for more details. ...
They enter the bloodstream and destroy or control cancer throughout the body.
Some women ...
|As we entered the room we could see that Elaine was very groggy. ... I wished I |
could have taken her place many times to relieve her of her pain and discomfort.
... thought I could deal with this, but somehow I did. My wife needed me and I did
my best to take care of her. That was the least I could do. After ... We are looking
at life with a whole new outlook that involves family and friends and our church.
|Husband, Sam, and twin daughters, Caitlyn and Carrie both 12, lived a full and |
contented life in the Mississippi Delta. Avid, outdoorsy and ... Then all of a
sudden, within about 6 months, it got a lot bigger and I thought, maybe it's time to
have someone look at this thing. Being 35, breast cancer never once entered my
mind. My primary care and my surgeon thought it was a subcutaneous cyst.”
|The road we have long been traveling is deceptively easy, a smooth |
superhighway on which we progress at great speed, but at ... The death of
Rachel Carson from breast cancer two years after the publication of Silent Spring
is emblematic of the ... Menopause before the age of 45 reduces the risk by 50%
compared to those who enter menopause after age 55. ... Having a first full-term
pregnancy after the age of 27 increases the risk by 40% when compared to a first
pregnancy before ...
Sai-Ching Jim Yeung, Carmen P. Escalante, Robert F. Gagel - 2009 - 772 pages
|Completion of therapy and entering the "watching and waiting" period can also |
be equally distressing. ... Although anxiety and depression can have many
implications in the cancer population, these conditions can also ... Multiple
studies have shown that breast-conserving surgery can have a positive impact on
self-image after treatment for breast ... It emphasizes to patients that the treating
physician sees them as a whole person and not just as someone with a diseased
|The few studies in advanced breast cancer, only one of which has been reported |
in a peer-reviewed journal, are insufficiently powered, ... only once, acquired
resistance should not be a problem when non-cross- resistant drugs are used. ...
as has been shown in a study from Milan.38 A total of 67 patients with high-risk
breast cancer were entered onto a protocol ... We have shown that two full-dose
courses of cyclophosphamide, thiotepa, and carboplatin (CTC) can be given
within five ...
2008 - 712 pages
|The newborn's breasts may be enlarged due to hormonal stimulation during fetal |
life, such that colostrum can be expressed from a ... By about 20 years of age, a
woman's breasts have reached their full development. ... estrogen and
progesterone directly on breast development during pregnancy and in the
process of milk production after pregnancy. ... Benign breast conditions constitute
nearly 90% of the breast problems that cause women to enter the clinical setting (
Alan M. Rees - 1997 - 597 pages
|Most patients also want to know how they will look after treatment and whether |
they will have to change their normal activities. There's a ... Studies show that a
brief delay between biopsy and treatment does not make breast cancer treatment
less effective. There are a ... In total (simple) mastectomy, the whole breast is
removed. ... What can I do to take care of myself ... Either way, chemotherapy is a
systemic therapy, because the drugs enter the bloodstream and travel through
|l INFECTION CHARACTERISTICS Wound site infections ' Usually develops after |
hospiMANAGEMENT AND TEACHING ... Treatment is continued until all
symptoms have been resolved for 48 hours, including fever. ... If the baby does
not latch on correctly, some sores and openings develop in the areola, which
allow bacteria to enter the breast tissue. ... Incomplete emptying of the breast will
result in the breasts being overly full and, subsequently, development of plugged