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A Complete Guide to Prostate Cancer

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Posted in: Prostate Cancer by Dr. Tarang Krishna

Prostate Cancer affects the prostate gland, the gland produces some of the fluid in semen and plays a role in urine control in men. It is located below the bladder and in front of the rectum. However, the size of the prostate changes with age. In younger men, it’s size revolves around a walnut but can be much larger in older men.
Types of Prostate Cancer
Almost all cancers are a malignant tumour formed from the glandular structures in the epithelial tissue. These cancers develop from the gland cells. The different prostate cancer include -
1.    Small cell carcinomas
2.    Transitional cell carcinomas
3.    Sarcomas
4.    Neuroendocrine tumors
These types of prostate cancer are rare. Some cancers grow and spread quickly, but most grow slowly. In fact, research on autopsy show that older men who died of other diseases also had prostate cancer that never affected them during their entire life.
It is not completely clear what causes prostate cancer. Doctors say that the prostate cancer begins when some cells in the prostate become abnormal and causes certain changes. Alterations in the abnormal cells DNA leads to the growth and divides the cells more quickly. The abnormal cells live while others die. The accumulating cells form a tumor that grows to invade the nearby tissue. Some abnormal cells can break off and spread to other parts of the body.
Prostate Cancer has no signs or symptoms in the early stages. However, for Prostate Cancer that has escalated may show signs and symptoms such as -
1.    Blood in semen
2.    Bone pain
3.    Discomfort in the pelvic region
4.    Difficulty in passing urine
5.    Erectile Dysfunction
6.    Decreased force in the flow of urine
You can reduce the risk of Prostate Cancer by following -
1.    Choose a healthy diet full of fruits and vegetables
2.    Avoid high fat foods
3.    Exercise regularly. If you are new to exercise, start slow and work your way up to more exercise time each day.
4.    Maintain a healthy weight.
5.    Choose healthy foods over supplements
6.    Talk to your doctor about the increased risk of prostate cancer
Risk Factors
Factors that increase the risk of prostate cancer includes -
1.    Age
2.    Race
3.    Obesity
4.    Family History
Prostate Cancer Treatment
Cancer Healer Center offers effective and comprehensive prostate cancer treatment. It is a renowned cancer hospital in Delhi, India for advanced prostate cancer treatment. The therapy here increases and improves the immune system to combat the disease and is a surgery free cure. The results are seen in PSA levels. Patients who choose chemotherapy along with Cancer Healer Therapy see a remarkable response and survive with a better quality life. Cancer Healer Center offers the best cancer treatment with experts in screening, diagnosing, staging and treating prostate cancer. It is your foremost option for low cost prostate cancer treatment in India.

About The Author

Dr. Tarang Krishna - Cancer Specialist

Dr. Tarang Krishna

Dr. Tarang Krishna, Director at Cancer Healer Center, is the perfect epitome of perseverance and dedication.

He has an impressive educational background to his credit. He completed his under-graduation in Medicine and Surgery from Pune, India and did his MD (Hom) from Agra University, India.Thesis on MD was on "Treatment of cancer" where he presented cases of almost 100 patients and the response of the medicines in the treatment of cancer. He then completed his Ph.d in Oncology from the United Kingdom and his thesis on the ‘Efficacy of Medicines in the Treatment of Cancer’ is greatly commemorated and honored.

He befittingly represents alternate medicine and has contributed significantly towards the development and research of immunotherapy.

Through his nationwide chain of “Cancer Healer Center” clinics he strives to offer superior cancer treatment, using immunotherapy.

17 Jan, 2018
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