What it means to be diagnosed with Testicular Cancer As we come to the end of Testicular Cancer Awareness Month, it’s worth taking some time to fully understand what it means to be diagnosed with TC and to further understand the various treatment options. Receiving a Testicular Cancer diagnosis can be extremely difficult, and it… Read More »What it means to be diagnosed with Testicular CancerRead More
Understanding the Different Types of Testicular Cancer
Understanding the Different Types of Testicular Cancer Cancer that starts in the testicles is called testicular cancer and in this edition of the Cancer Pro blog, we have taken information from several highly reputable and globally recognised sources to help you have a clearer understanding of the various forms this cancer can take. Types of… Read More »Understanding the Different Types of Testicular CancerRead More
Can Testicular Cancer Be Prevented?
Can Testicular Cancer Be Prevented? As we continue with Testicular Cancer Awareness Month, in this edition of the Cancer Pro blog: we’re asking the questions Can You Prevent Testicular Cancer (TC) and what are the various ways it can be diagnosed? Can you prevent testicular cancer? Unfortunately, like most cancers, there is no way to… Read More »Can Testicular Cancer Be Prevented?Read More
“It takes balls to survive testicular cancer.”
“It takes balls to survive testicular cancer”. Today, one male is diagnosed with testicular cancer every hour somewhere in the world. As we enter April and Testicular Cancer Awareness Month, we’re going to spend the next few issues of the Cancer Pro blog looking at all aspects related to this form of cancer. Testicular… Read More »“It takes balls to survive testicular cancer.”Read More
What is Colorectal Cancer?
As we come to the end of Colon Cancer Awareness Month, here at Cancer Pro, we thought it might make sense to take some time to understand better the colon and its function in the body. Plus, at the same time, remind ourselves of what we mean by Colon or Colorectal cancer (as it is… Read More »What is Colorectal Cancer?Read More
Lifestyle Changes That Can Help Reduce The Risk Of Colon Cancer
Today 1 in 23 men and 1 in 25 women run the risk of being affected by Colon Cancer, and in 2020 over 1.0 million new cases worldwide were diagnosed; and while there is no sure-fire way to cure colon cancer, there are several changes you can make to your lifestyle in an attempt to… Read More »Lifestyle Changes That Can Help Reduce The Risk Of Colon CancerRead More
Treating Colon Cancer
If caught early enough, colon cancer can be treated. Today, we’re going to look at several of the various treatment options currently available, but before we do so, let’s just remind ourselves of what we mean by colon cancer and its impact on the world. What is Colon Cancer? Today 1 in 23 men and… Read More »Treating Colon CancerRead More
March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month
Cancer Pro is proud to support Colon Cancer Awareness. In 2020 over 1.0 million new Colon Cancer or as it is sometimes referred to; Colorectal Cancer cases were diagnosed worldwide, and in Malaysia, the figure stood at 6,597. Today 1 in 23 men and 1 in 25 women run the risk of being affected by… Read More »March is Colon Cancer Awareness MonthRead More
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