3 edition of Do you fear breast cancer found in the catalog.
Do you fear breast cancer
Karl R Moedl
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||131|
Breast cancer is treated in several ways. It depends on the kind of breast cancer and how far it has spread. People with breast cancer often get more than one kind of treatment. Surgery. An operation where doctors cut out cancer tissue. Chemotherapy. Using special medicines to shrink or kill the cancer cells. Listen to the Podcast: Coping With Fear of Recurrence adapted from this treatment ends, one of the most common concerns survivors have is that the cancer will come back. The fear of recurrence is very real and entirely normal. Although you cannot control whether the cancer returns, you can control how much the fear of recurrence affects your life.
Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women in the United States (other than skin cancer). And while it takes o lives in the U.S. each year, it isn't the deadliest cancer. (Lung cancer is). But when it comes to inspiring fear, breast cancer is in a class by itself. As is often the case with diseases, much of the fear springs from misunderstanding.
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Then you can start reading Kindle books Cited by: 1. You are about to start breast cancer treatment that will help you become healthier. It’s normal to be scared.
What You May Fear 2 For more information, go to: 3 The thought of breast cancer treatment Do you fear breast cancer book stir up many feelings: • You may be afraid of treatment side effects.
• You may be anxious about whether you canFile Size: KB. The fear of anything is often the reason we fall victim to it, whether sickness or something else.
The Word of God tells us not to fear or set our minds on such things. I recently read in LIFE magazine an outstanding article on cancer. The medical doctor told of how people fear cancer over heart-trouble and arthritis, which are far more painful.
Are you terrified by the notion that you might have breast cancer. For most women, fear of breast cancer is greater than fear of heart disease, colon cancer, and other cancers.
Why this is so is unclear. But women in other Western countries are as frightened of breast cancer as American women. Is it the loss of a breast. : So says Leslie Ingram Gebhart, breast cancer survivor, life coach, and co-author of The Not-So-Scary Breast Cancer Book, who underwent a double mastectomy.
Ruth H Grobstein, M.D., Ph.D. ISBN: -- Published by Yale University Press Health & Wellness, Dr. Grobstein describes all of the diagnostic and treatment experiences we encounter during our breast cancer journey in clear, easy to understand terms. Myth: Finding a lump in your breast means you have breast cancer; Myth: Men do not get breast cancer; it affects women only; Myth: A mammogram can cause breast cancer to spread; Myth: If you have a family history of breast cancer, you are likely to develop breast cancer, too; Myth: Breast cancer is contagious; Myth: If the gene mutation BRCA1 or BRCA2 is detected in your DNA, you will.
This testimony is about my mother who was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer. The first PET scan test in January showed black dots all over the body in the scan.
The cancer had spread to lymph nodes in the chest and vertebra bones at the back. Her chemotherapy started in January We requested the Bride of Christ to pray for her.
Fear of recurrence in cancer survivors. Fear of recurrence is common in cancer survivors. Though they may go years without any sign of disease, cancer survivors say the thought of recurrence is always with them. You might worry that every ache or pain is a sign of your cancer recurring.
Breast cancer is a serious women's health threat: More thanAmerican women are diagnosed with the disease every year. But our fears about its prevalence, deadliness and inevitability may. Do You Fear Cancer. The Angel of the Lord told Brother Branham, “If you'll be sincere and will get the people to believe you, not even cancer shall stand before your prayer.” That’s a bold statement considering that cancer has always been one of the most lethal and incurable sicknesses ever known to mankind.
The first sign of breast cancer may be a lump in the breast; a thickening, swelling, or dimpling; skin irritation or scaliness; pain; or a discharge or tenderness of the nipple. A biopsy can rule out or confirm a malignancy. Tamoxifen can prevent breast cancer in women considered at high risk of developing the disease.
The fear of being diagnosed with breast cancer makes some people avoid going to the doctor. But the sooner you see a doctor, the sooner you can know what your situation is. Never let fear stop you from making a good choice when it comes to your healthcare. Fear of recurrence.
Are you concerned that a change in your body, or symptoms that don. Popular Breast Cancer Books Showing of Firefly Lane (Firefly Lane, #1) by. Kristin Hannah (Goodreads Author) (shelved 11 times as breast-cancer) avg rating —ratings — published Want to Read saving Want to Read Dr.
Susan Love's Breast Book (Paperback) by. More women fear breast cancer than heart disease, although heart disease kills more of them. Even among the cancers, lung cancer kills more women than breast cancer does. Are. If you fear that breast cancer will affect how you relate with others, you may want to consider the following: • Keep your normal routine as much as you can.
Take a break when you need to, then pick up with your usual activities. • Laugh and have fun with friends. Get together to talk about things other than breast cancer. Get lost in a. Other less common types of breast cancer include medullary, mucinous, tubular, metaplastic, and papillary breast cancer, as well as other even rarer types.
Inflammatory breast cancer is a faster growing type of cancer that accounts for about 1% to 5% of all breast cancers. At first it may be misdiagnosed as a breast. If you're scared that you will one day hear the words, "You have breast cancer," you've got plenty of company.
Breast cancer is the most feared cancer among women. Sometimes, it's not just the word "cancer" that's at the root of the fear, but dread of issues associated with treating cancer, such as.
The four women, who became "bosom buddies," decided to write a book about their experience and create a Website () to spread the word that breast cancer can hit women under To mark World Book Day and to do a tiny something to help out during this stay-at-home time, I am giving away five FREE copies of Getting Past the Fear: A Guide to Help You Mentally Prepare for Chemotherapy OR Cancer Was Not a Gift & It Didn’t Make Me a Better Person: A memoir about cancer as I know it.
If you or a loved one needs more information about breast health or breast cancer, call the Komen Breast Care Helpline at GO KOMEN ().
All calls are answered by a trained specialist or oncology social worker in English and Spanish, Monday through Friday from a.m. to p.m.
ET. You can also email the helpline at.what you should do after treatment. When treatment ends, you may expect life to return to the way it was before you were diagnosed with cancer.
But it can take time to recover. You may have permanent scars on your body, or you may not be able to do some things you once did easily. Or you may even have emotional scars from going through so Size: 1MB.A cancer diagnosis can have a huge impact on most patients, families, and caregivers.
Feelings of depression, anxiety, and fear are very common and are normal responses to this life-changing experience. Many things can cause these feelings. Changes in body image can affect self-esteem and confidence. Family and work roles may be altered.