23,2011 Coach Gately Speech Cancer (informative Speech) Have you ever lost someone to cancer? Well my names Angel and I have. I lost my grandma to Lung Cancer this past February. It was a very tough experiance to deal with, Thats why the topic of Cancer is so close to my heart. Today im going to talk to you about the physical and emotional struggles that paitents and their families go through. im going to inform you about what cancer is and how it has impacted our society.
Before i was born a tragedy struck my family. My aunt klara was diagnosed with breast cancer. This was the first time the word cancer had ever been uttered in my family. It was a whole new concept to wrap their heads around. My aunt klara is a strong woman but when cancer came the fear was overpowering in my aunt. Cancer became synonymous with Hitler in my home. Everyone was terrified and no one knew how to deal with it. Family members tried to comfort klara but in the end it was she who comforted
and friends? Are they going to understand that its never going away no matter how long its “gone”? The cancer will be there no matter how much treatment you go through. C is for cry, chemotherapy, and confusion. All you want to do is break down and cry. Life as you know it is changed and you are unsure what you are supposed to do. Chemotherapy is a chemical treatment that is used to kill cancer cells directly. How long are you gonna be on chemo? The only state of mind you are in now is confusion
the terminal disease called cancer. Cancer is the number one cause of deaths world- wide today. There is no known cure for cancer. People must donate money in order to win the war on cancer. Cancer takes nearly 550,000 lives each year. In each of the thirty-one years since the war on cancer begun, more and more Americans are suffering from cancer each year. Every year we try to donate money to help them, but some people just don’t seem to care. Cancer is the number two killer in
Cancer Jessica M. Weiss Cancer Terror, confusion, worry and panic run through the minds of all when we hear the phrase “you have cancer”. Some might say we have more technology to help understand this condition but others just give up when they hear the phrase. Fear of not getting better sets in the mind and creates a whole lot of “what if’s”. Although learning more about cancer will help you learn how to live and treat the condition when most people have cancer they think of it in a terminal
Cancer is not a new disease as is wrongly believed. However, these days its incidence is on the rise. At present about 20 to 25% of the human population in the world die of cancer and it is feared that in future it might become the greatest enemy of mankind. Cancer is uncontrolled division of cells in the body. Any part of the body — skin, lungs, brain, bone marrow, ovary or stomach can become cancerous. Normally, division of every cell is regulated for proper development and functioning. When
New ovarian cancer gene found in mice Editor's Choice Academic Journal Main Category: Ovarian Cancer Also Included In: Cancer / Oncology Article Date: 05 Sep 2013 - 3:00 PDT Cancer Research UK scientists have discovered a gene that repairs damaged DNA is also linked to ovarian cancer in mice. They say if the gene - known as Helq - is faulty or missing, DNA errors accumulate as cells multiply, and this raises the chance of developing the cancer. They write about their findings in the September
Mary has several risk factors that are associated with an increased risk of breast cancer. Being a female we are more likely to develop breast cancer than men Increased age is a risk. Mary has a family history of breast cancer in her family. Although there are many women with no history of breast cancer in the family and still get breast cancer. It was not indicated if Mary had other indicators for breast cancer such as being exposed to radiation as a child or young adult in the form of radiation
Cancer Report on cancer, its types, causes and cure. 11/23/2013 Tables Of Contents: 1. Introduction……………………………………………………………..3 2. How does cancer arise?............................................................................3 3. What happens when the body loses control over the balance between cell division and cell death?............................................................................3 4. How do cancer cells differ from normal cells?........................
Cancer Cancer is medically known as a malignant neoplasm, is a large group of different diseases, all involving unregulated cell growth. .(" WHO. " )In cancer, cells divide and grow uncontrollably, forming malignant tumors, and invade nearby parts of the body. The cancer may also spread to more distant parts of the body through the lymphatic system or bloodstream. Most cancer is not all tumorous. Benign tumors do not grow uncontrollably, do not invade neighboring tissues, and do not spread throughout