4 Mandatory Facts to Know about Lung Cancer

The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that there are around 1.7 million people in the world who die of lung cancer per year. This number is more than the death of colon, liver and breast cancers as reported by WHO’s official website, Wednesday (10/10/2018). Here are four facts that must be known about lung cancer…

Why Are There Smokers Who Do Not Have Lung Cancer?

As we know, the main cause of lung cancer is cigarettes. However, not all smokers develop lung cancer and that does not mean that people who do not smoke are free from lung cancer. Active smokers have a 13.6-fold risk. While passive smokers have a four-fold risk of lung cancer. In Clare Weeden’s research from…

Hodgkin’s lymphoma cancer attacks men more often?

Hodgkin’s lymphoma is a cancer that attacks the lymphatic system, which is part of the human immune system. In this type of cancer, cells in the lymph node system grow excessively and abnormally. Hodgkin’s lymphoma cancer can attack all ages. But the main target of this disease is those who are under 20 years and…

Testicular Lymphoma Cancer Sees Men, What Are the Impacts?

 Lymph node cancer or lymphoma cancer is one of the 10 most common types of cancer in Indonesia, both in men and women. However, Ronald A. Hukom, from the Medical Oncology Hematology Association of Indonesian Internal Medicine (Perhompedin) stated that these cancer cases are more often found in men.