Tuesday, 4 April 2017

World Cancer Day

World Cancer Day


Hello Friends
Cancer is a problem for the whole world. Friends, we all find a solution together.
Negro takes a step in the life of cancer.
Let us stay awake and tell others about it


4 February 2017

Each year on 4 February, WHO and International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) supports Union for International Cancer Control (UICC) to promote ways to ease the global burden of cancer.
Cancer is the uncontrolled growth and spread of cells. It can affect almost any part of the body. The growths often invade surrounding tissue and can metastasize to distant sites
Many cancers can be prevented by avoiding exposure to common risk factors, such as tobacco smoke. In addition, a significant proportion of cancers can be cured, by surgery, radiotherapy or chemotherapy, especially if they are detected early.


Many Types Of Cancer

Cancer Symptoms ( લક્ષણો 

Prostate Cancer Basics Symptoms ( પ્રોસ્ટેટ કેન્સર ઈપીએસ લક્ષણો)

Many men with prostate cancer have no symptoms related to their cancer. For those people who have symptoms, they can include any of the following:

Urine Problems - Weak urine stream, difficulty, stop urination and start during urination; Constant urination, especially in the night, burning, pain, or urine. These symptoms are often associated with the noncancerous increase of prostate, called benign prostatic hypertrophy or BPH body.

Blood - urine and semen
Pain - Waist, Waist, Spinal Cord or Upper Legs
Pain or discomfort - during ejaculation

Breast Cancer Symptoms( સ્તન કેન્સર )

Necessary for medical diagnosis

Symptoms of changes in size or shape of breast cancer or breast nipple and nipple are included in a lump in breast, bloody discharge.

People may experience:
Breast: Killer nipple discharge, discomfort, inverted nipple, lump, nipple discharge, or nipple in the throat
Skin ulcer or redness
But in general, cancer related fatigue, swollen lymph nodes, or weight loss

Basal Cell Cancer Symptoms ( મૂળભૂત સેલ કેન્સર લક્ષણો)

Necessary for medical diagnosis

People may experience:

Skin lesions, skin is black, color, lump, small, wounds, redness or damage
Also common: itching

Melanoma Cancer Symptoms ( મેલાનોમા કેન્સર લક્ષણો)

Necessary for medical diagnosis
Symptoms may include changes in a new, abnormal growth or an existing sesame. Melanoma can be anywhere on the body.
People may experience:
Skin: darkening of the skin or lump
Apart from this: Asymmetry, a large diameter of a sesame, color with mole irregular boundaries, or changes in skin moles


Colon Cancer Symptoms ( આંતરડાનું કેન્સર લક્ષણો)

Necessary for medical diagnosis
Colorectal is based on the size of the cancer and the location of the cancer. Some of the common symptoms experienced stomach discomfort, stool and bowel habits, changes in feces stability, blood changes.
People may experience:

Pain in the areas: stomach, waist, or rectum
Gastrointestinal: Intestinal obstruction, blood in the stool, bowel movement, constipation, bleeding through the digestive tract, diarrhea, dark stools in dark stools, chronic constipation, excessive amount of gas, abnormal defecation often passed
Whole body: Anemia, fatigue, or lack of appetite
Stomach: cramping, discomfort, or lump in the stomach
General weight loss

Lung Cancer ( ફેફસાનું કેન્સર લક્ષણો)

Necessary for medical diagnosis
Symptoms are included in cough (sometimes with blood), chest pain, wheezing, and weight loss. Symptoms often do not appear until the cancer is advanced.
People may experience:

Pain areas: in chest or ribs
Can be with cough, or blood with chronic dry cough
Respiratory: frequent respiratory infections, shortness of breath, or wheezing
Lack of whole body, fatigue or hunger


Also common are: chest trouble, hoarseness, or weight loss

Leukemia Cancer ( લ્યુકેમિયા લક્ષણો)

Necessary for medical diagnosis
Many patients do not develop symptoms of leukemia to develop at a slow pace.
People may experience:

Pain areas: bones or joints
Tiredness, chills, dizziness, fatigue, fever, loss of appetite, night sweats, weakness, or sweating related to the whole body, cancer
Gastrointestinal: stool, diarrhea, nausea, or bleeding
Skin rashes or red spots
Also common: bleeding, easy injuries, frequent infections, headaches, infections, mouth ulcers, bleeding bleeding, shortness of breath, swelling, swollen lymph nodes, or unknowingly weight loss

Lymphoma Cancer ( લિમ્ફોમા કેન્સર લક્ષણો)

Necessary for medical diagnosis
Symptoms include increased lymph nodes, fatigue and weight loss.
People may experience:

Lack of whole body, fatigue or hunger
Apart from this common: waist, abdominal lump, lump in the neck, shortness of breath, inflamed lymph nodes, or swelling in weight loss


July was quite an eventful month for the Day Care, and the highlight of the month came in the form of the Boeing Corporate Office hosting some of the kids from Day Care for a fun-filled day.

26 patients aged between 10 and 23 years were treated to cake and goodies, all part of celebrating hundred years of Boeing. Over there, the children were informed and taught about the work Boeing does; in the words of Praveena Yagnambhat, the kids were “‘curious,enthusiastic, intelligent and lovable”.
The team at Boeing also were curious about these lovable children and their cancer. With volunteer Komal’s regular workshops on expression of emotion and development of tools to deal with them, the children ably fielded questions on the emotional impact of cancer.

Below is a shortlist of Harmala’s publications:


`Cancer Sahyog: Meeting the Challenge of Cancer Survivorship International Psycho-Oncology Society Newsletter, Dec 95

`Cancer Support Groups: Providing a Sheet Anchor of Support, Lecture Notes in Psycho- Oncology, NIMHANS, Bangalore, Mar 96.

`Fighting Cancer Naturally, Life Positive, June 96.
Type C: Taking Cancer Out of the Closet, Life Positive, Oct 96.
The Social Side of Tobacco, Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute & Research Centre Newsletter, Vol.1, No.2, August 98.
`When the End is Night, Psychological Foundations  The Journal, Vol.1 (1), June 99.
A Journey from Cancer to CanSupport, Indian Journal of Palliative Care, Vol.10, Issue 1, June 04.
Harmala Gupta with Dr. S. Tanneberger, Italy & India Unite to Help People with Cancer, I for Italy, Apr.-Sept. 04.
How Basic is Palliative Care?, International Journal of Palliative Nursing, Vol. 10, No.12, Dec. 04.

How Basic is Palliative Care? A Response to the Responses so Far, International Journal of Palliative Nursing, Vol.11, No.2, Feb. 05.

Community Participation in Palliative Care: A Comment, Indian Journal of Palliative Care, 11, Issue 1, June 2005.

Harmala Gupta with Dr. Inder Raj K. Grewal, CanSupport: Pioneering Domiciliary Palliative Care in Delhi, S. Tanneberger, et. al. (eds), Cancer in Developing Countries: The Great Challenge for Oncology in the 21st Century,W. Zuckschwerdt Verlag GmbH, Munich, Germany, 2004.

Final Exit, Positive Health, published by VHAI, New Delhi, 2006.
Joris Gielen, Harmala Gupta, et al, The Attitudes of Indian Palliative Care Nurses and Physicians to Pain Control and Palliative Sedation, Indian Journal of Palliative Care, Vol 17, Issue 1, Jan-Apr, 2011.


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