How did gupta longati discover brain cancer?
he looked at the actuall brain
that had a tumor
that had a tumor
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What is brain cancer?
There are two types of brain tumors: primary brain tumors that originate in the brain and metastatic (secondary) brain tumors that originate from cancer cells that have migrated from other parts of the body. (oncologychannel). For the source and more detailed information concerning your request, click on the related links section (Answers.com) indicated at the bottom of this answer box.
What causes brain cancer?
brain cancer is caused by most things around u lik elctronics for egsample cellphones, ipods, etc....but sometimes it happend when ur born because someone in your family had it bfore, or still does.
What are terminal brain cancer symptoms?
How can you tell when a person who has an inoperable brain tumour grade 4 (diagnosed in July 08) and has under gone 6 weeks of radiotherapy treatment with his tumour still being active and is in the process of starting his 3rd cycle of Temodal, is nearing his end of life
How can you tell if you have brain cancer?
Severe headaches can be a sign. An MRI is generally needed for a diagnoses though
What is the name of brain cancer?
It is called Brain tumor. Or, Glioma, Meningioma, according to Medline Plus, from the US Natl Library of Medicine, and Natl Institute of Health. See - http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/braincancer.html
Stage 4 brain cancer?
Stage 4 brain cancer does not have a good outlook as far as lifeexpectancy is concerned. Doctors generally give their patients nineto 12 months to live after diagnosis.
Can cellphones cause brain cancer?
There is no current research that suggests this is true. If you are truly worried, consider a blue tooth headset which operates at a much lower power.
How can you get brain cancer?
As with tumors elsewhere in the body, the exact cause of most brain tumors is unknown. The following factors have been proposed as possible risk factors for primary brain tumors, but whether these factors actually increase an individual's risk of a brain tumor is not known for sure. . Radiation to the head . An inherited (genetic) risk . HIV infection . Cigarette smoking . Environmental toxins (for example, chemicals used in oil refineries, embalming chemicals, rubber industry chemicals)
What are symptoms of brain cancer?
Many symptoms of brain cancer can also be symptoms of many otherconditions. But some likely sympotms cna include: Headaches,weakness, siezures, lack of coordination. The only way to know for sure if the symptoms are due to braincancer is to undergo testing. Brain tumors may have a variety of symptoms ranging from headacheto stroke. Different parts of the brain control differentfunctions, so symptoms will vary depending on the tumor's location.Brain tumors are great mimics of other neurological disorders, andmany of the common symptoms could indicate other medicalconditions. The best way to determine if you or someone you knowhas a brain tumor is to have a doctor perform a type of brain scancalled an MRI or a scan called a CT scan. It is sometimes hard toknow whether a CT scan or MRI should be done if someone you knowhas some of the symptoms and signs noted below, but it is importantto know that these studies will usually establish whether a braintumor is behind them. If you are truly concerned, be sure todiscuss your concerns with a physician. Possible symptoms of a brain tumor include: a new seizure in an adult gradual loss of movement or sensation in an arm or leg unsteadiness or imbalance, especially if it is associated withheadache loss of vision in one or both eyes, especially if the vision lossis more peripheral double vision, especially if it is associated with headache hearing loss with or without dizziness speech difficulty or gradual onset other symptoms may also include nausea or vomiting that is mostsevere in the morning, confusion and disorientation, and memoryloss.
How does brain throat cancer start?
First the brain recedes to the throat. Then the throat gives the brain cancer. It's a never ending cycle.
What color is the brain cancer ribbon?
The ribbon for brain cancer awareness is grey. May is also braincancer awareness month. gray grey
Who is most affected by brain cancer?
Studies show that three out of five brain cancer victims are men. Race wise, it is predicted to be more so the white male. They have been reported to have more white male cases than any other race or gender. Look it up if you wish. .
What is the scientific name for Brain Cancer?
The scientific name for brain cancer is intracranial neoplasm. Thisterm is also used when referring to a tumor inside of the brainthat has yet to be determined cancer or noncancerous.
Prevention of brain cancer?
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Is brain cancer fatal?
Very often; yes. Brain cancer needs to be found very early and be very small and be located in an easy to reach location for there to be any real chance of survival. Most cases of brain cancer are not found until there is a reason to look for it and by than it is often too late. Brain cancer can also show up anywhere in the brain; many locations that simply cannot be operated on. Unlike some other types of cancer, brain cancer is not one that can be checked at home; and its symptoms often do not show up until it is already at a growth point that is near fatal. Brain cancer has a 5 year survival rate of 32% By comparison there are at least 17 types of cancer with higher survival rates (for example prostate has 98% and breast cancer has 86% survival rates) There are only 6 types of cancer with a lower survival rate ranging from stomach (23%) down to pancreas (4%).
What does brain cancer do to you?
Well, I had cancer and it made my eye sight bad, and it made my hearing bad. It makes you not able to run fast. I run with a group, and I'm always last. I can't really compete. The medican that is given to you is called chemotherapy and it makes ALL your hair go away. I now am cancer free but I have a big scar on the back of my head.
Is Brain Cancer the same as a Brain tumor?
No, but a brain tumor is cancerous, just not quite the same. I hope you don't mind, but I have a story to tell you. My mom had a brain tumor, it was the size of an orange. I don't remember it because I was maybe 4. The operation to remove it took maybe 4 hours, and she is fine now, but has lost a little bit of memory, like math and science. Anyways, a brain tumor is abnormal development of tissue that squishes your brain and can kill you easily. Brain cancer is when cells in your brain begin to grow out of control because those cells have DNA damage and when they make another through asexual reproduction, the new cell has DNA damage. The roundup: My mom had a brain tumor when I was around four; A brain tumor and brain cancer are both cancerous but different because a brain tumor is excessive growth of tissue; brain cancer is when a damaged cell in your brain reproduces asexually and keeps reproducing until there are too many damaged brain cells. Hope I helped! :)
Can you get life insurance if you have brain cancer?
Yes. It is possible to insurance almost anyone now. Your premiums will just be expensive.
Cancer diagnosis of Brain Cancer?
There are 2 different categories of brain tumours - primary brain tumours and secondary brain tumours. Depending on the type and location of the brain tumour some of the symptoms may be: . Nausea . Vomiting . Seizures . Memory loss . Headaches . Vision changes . Difficulty walking . Change in personality . Loss of feeling in limbs or weakness . Unusual eye movement If you have any of these symptoms you should have them checked by your doctor - but remember they are common to other illnesses too. For more straightforward information on brain tumours, visit: http://www.nowwhat.org.au/info/cancer-types/brain-tumours
What is the treatment of brain cancer?
Depending on size They can remove the part of the brain effected,Radio or Chemo Therapy.
What cancer reseacher discovered cancer?
Malignant neoplasms, commonly known as "cancer", are known since ancient time. This group of diseases were first named "cancer" by Hippocrates, the famous physician of antique Greece (460 BC -370 BC). But, according to an online article in the American Cancer Society web site, the first written reference to cancer is much older than Hippocrates. It is found in a 1,600 BC Egyptian papyrus that describes the surgical treatment of skin "ulcers" and notes that there is no treatment. In other words, cancer has been around forever. It seems to be an unavoidable consequence of life.
How does brain cancer affect the brain?
Yes it also affects all of your muscles and you could possibly die from Brain Cancer. You cant do what you used to do before when your muscles were working and your brain . Signs and Symptoms: A brain tumor can be accompanied by the following signs and symptoms: . Headaches that often are worse in the morning . Seizures (convulsions) . Nausea or vomiting . Weakness or loss of feeling in the arms or legs . Stumbling or lack of coordination when walking . Abnormal eye movements or changes in vision . Drowsiness . Changes in personality or memory . Changes in speech . Changes in hearing http://www.umm.edu/altmed/articles/brain-cancer-000024.htm .
How does oral cancer lead to brain cancer?
usually through the blood but also cancer is an uncontrollable growth of cells that invade and destroy nearby tissue & oral cancer may be located near the brain (cancer eats away at bone) Lastly i read some where that the stress, & mental unstability of being diagnosed with cancer can cause new cancers in other body parts
Who researched brain cancer?
I'm not sure but Raymond V. Damian saw that people were dying from brain cancer, so he invented the MRI machine.
How common is brain cancer?
Brain cancer for adults is not as common as lung, prostate, breast, colon, and stomach cancer. Any particular group: it can affect young children aged 0-10 very common in girls and older people 65 It sometimes is genetic To prevent it, live a healthy lifestyle, eat plenty of anti-oxidants and recognize the symptoms of brain cancer quickly before it is too late (in stages 3-5) Symptoms: Amnesia, fever for week , intense headaches, nightmares, swollen lymph nodes, loss of function. .
How does brain cancer effect your body?
it makes your body weak and you cant do alot of things. Also itbreaks up the cells in your body
Is venial a symptoms for brain cancer?
No its just a sign of which doctor needs to check and confirmedassumption is wrong so consider checking woith registered doctorfor same.
How was brain cancer first discovered?
Brain cancer was first discover by Russian scientist Gupta Longati in 1873 when he was operating a woman.
When did brain cancer began?
Brain cancer never really 'began'. Cancer is a fact of life, not a contagious disease. Cancer never used to be a problem because people commonly did not live long enough to develop cancer.
Is spine cancer and brain cancer related?
Sometimes. I'm not saying I'm an expert, but I have had brain cancer before, and they had to check both my brain and my spine, because that sort of brain cancer usually show up in either the brain or spinal system. Plus you have the brain stem that connects your spine. So yes, in a way.
Why do they call it cancer after brain cancer?
A cancer is labeled based on where it started in the body. Cancer is an abnormal growth or mutation of cells. If it starts in the brain, it's called brain cancer. Any cancer can metastasize and spread to other parts of the body; but it will retain some of the cellular characteristics of where it started. So even after the cancer spreads, it may grow tumors in the lungs, bones or other places, but if it originated in the brain, it's still a brain cancer cell.
How does smoking cause brain cancer?
when you smoke the nicotine is 1 able to reach your brain in approximately 6.5 seconds tops and it can cause you to not feel pain momentarily, or it can cause severe drowsiness and or damaged brain cells, which can be a very malevolent and morbid problem.
Symtoms of brain cancer?
Depends on the area the tumor is located. Could cause loss of senses, headaches, change in personality, irrationality, hysteria, hallucinations, there are a plethora of different symptoms. Sometimes there are even none.
Is brain cancer and brain tumor or same?
Depends. I had metroloblastoma. It is a brain cancer and a braintumor. What is a benign tumor?
What are the signs and symptoms of brain cancer?
Profuse bleeding from the nose, dementia, headaches terrible headaches. if you think you have brain cancer ask a doctor.. People with a brain tumor may experience thefollowing symptoms or signs. Sometimes, people with a brain tumordo not show any of these symptoms. Or, these symptoms may be causedby a medical condition that is not a brain tumor.Symptoms of abrain tumor can be general or specific. A general symptom is causedby the pressure of the tumor on the brain or spinal cord. Specificsymptoms are caused when a specific part of the brain is notworking normally because of the tumor. For many people with a braintumor, they were diagnosed when they went to the doctor afterexperiencing a problem, such as a headache or other changes. General symptoms include: Headaches, which may be severe and may worsenwith activity or in the early morning Seizures. Motor seizures, also calledconvulsions, are sudden involuntary movements of a person'smuscles. People may experience different types of seizures,including myclonic and tonic-clonic (grand mal). Certain drugs canhelp prevent or control them. The differences between these typesof seizures can be found below: Myclonic Single or multiple muscle twitches, jerks,spasms Tonic-Clonic (Grand Mal) Loss of consciousness and body tone, followedby twitching and relaxing muscles that are called contractions Loss of control of body functions May be a short 30-second period of nobreathing and a person may turn a shade of blue After this type of seizure a person may besleepy and experience a headache, confusion, weakness, numbness,and sore muscles. Sensory Change in sensation, vision, smell, and/orhearing without losing consciousness Complex partial May cause a loss of awareness or a partial ortotal loss of consciousness May be associated with repetitive,unintentional movements, such as twitching Personality or memory changes Nausea or vomiting Fatigue .
Can handphone cause brain cancer?
There have been studies in Sweden that show using a handphone for 10 years will double the risk of brain cancer, however many health organisations still contradict this. Nobody knows for sure currently, it wont kill you now, but it is possible that excessive use of a handphone could lead to dangerous health down the track..
What are possible causes of brain cancer?
one thing that can cause brain cancer is too much exposure of cellphone, let me explain why: some scientists discovered that electric appliances, gadgets, etc. have invisible electric forcefield also known as radiation. most of us are now so exposed of electrical forcefield/radiation because of the technological advancements. now a days, people are likely to use cellphones for communication and entertainment, and people are now so exposed to radiation from cellphones which could damage or destroy the DNA's located near our brain which could lead to brain cancer. -nicole palacios-
Can everyone get brain cancer?
Who gets brain tumors Brain tumors can develop at any age, but are most common in children between the ages of 3-12, and in adults aged 55-65. Primary brain cancer is the second most common cause of cancer death between birth and the age of 34, and the fourth most common cause of cancer death in men aged 35-54. Primary tumors of the brain and central nervous system are often associated with HIV infection. Men and caucasians have a higher risk of developing brain tumors. Other risk factors being studied include children with a history of previous radiation treatment to the head for cancer; parents with certain cancers (nervous system, salivary gland, colon); having an older father; having well-educated parents; occupational exposure to vinyl chloride, lead, and pesticides; history of epilepsy; history of certain genetic conditions (tuberous sclerosis, neurofibromatosis, von Hippel Lindau, familial polyposis, Osler-Weber-Rendu, Li-Fraumeni).
Is brain cancer a virus?
No. A virus is not a living thing because it is incapable of reproducing without the help of another organism. It needs to inject it's RNA into a host in order to force that host into replicating the virus. Cancer is a cell which does not trigger a process called apoptosis. This process breaks down a cell into parts and allows the destruction of the cell to be normal. This is the life cycle of cells. Without this and constant reproduction of the cell, a mass is formed.
What happens if brain cancer is not treated?
if it is not treated it will spred to the whole body and you will die sorry to tell you but true
Is brain cancer the worst cancer?
What is worst is a value judgement and will be different for different people. Some would say that the worst cancer is the one that is killing you. For many women, the worst cancer may be breast cancer , because of how it impacts self-image and relationships with husbands. Some cancers are less readily curable than others and some have no current cures or even treatments. Many would say those are "the worst."
How can cellphone cause brain cancer?
A cellphone sends out its messages by means of a microwave broadcast, which is picked up by the nearest cellphone tower. If you are holding the cellphone to your ear, in order to hear a phone call, the broadcast is taking place very close to your brain. Intensity of any emitted radiation (including microwaves) varies inversely as the square of the distance, so when the emitter is very close, it is also tremendously more intense than it would be at a greater distance. In the case of a cellphone, even a distance of a few inches would make a huge difference in intensity of radiation, as compared to holding it right up to your ear. The exact connection between microwave radiation and cancer has not been worked out, however, in general, radiation is a form of energy which can cause chemical reactions to occur. If genetic material (DNA) undergoes certain types of chemical reactions, that can alter the way that the cell functions, which includes the possibility of cancer.
Can a monkey get brain cancer?
Yes, monkeys can get brain cancer. The etiology, prognosis and treatment are similar to brain cancers in humans.
Why is brain cancer the worst?
because the brain is one very important and it control our wholebody and it might mess up the body form working the right way andthings can go wrong the blood will go the wrong way or the lungeswill work less.
Can anyone get brain cancer from brain cancer patient?
No, not under any normal circumstances. No type of cancer spreads from person to person under normal conditions. The only theoretical way for it to spread would be from surgical implantation of the cancer cells between two patients and even than there is a chance the implanted cells may be destroyed by the implant patients immune system.
How can you tell you have brain cancers?
Intense headaches, can also have slurred speech problems focusing eyes,problems with cordination, confussion not knowing where you are or who people are.
How does brain cancer affect organisms?
i dont know ambut sa kambing na may bangs the brain will hav many gusano and bulati and it will affect and this is the answer
How can you survive brain cancer?
Speaking from experience, the best way to survive brain cancer is to play mario kart excessively. Rainbow Road stimulates brain cells and brain activity. Do not play online mode otherwise the eight year old Asian kids, (who built the system) will make you rage and you will most likely have a brain anurisim and jizz in your pants. Thank you, Live Long and Prosper;D
Does prostate cancer affects your brain?
It can. Any type of cancer can metastasize and spread itself to other locations in the body, including the brain. However, if the prostate cancer is stopped before it spreads than no; just having cancer in the prostate will not affect the brain; it would need to metastasize and spread to the brain as a tumor before affecting it.
What are the typical symptoms of brain cancer?
There are several symptoms of brain cancer. Some of the typical symptoms include: dizziness, vision changes, coordination problems, seziures, and weakness or numbness on one side of the body.