Genital Warts Remedies through Different Methods

November 2, 2009 by admin · Comments Off 

No cure is available for the Human Pappiloma Virus (HPV) which causes Genital Warts. Remedies with different methods are available to treat visible warts and reduce infectivity. However, there are no trials studying the effectiveness of removing visible warts in reducing transmission.

In females, the warts generally occur in and around the vagina, anus, or on the cervix. In males, they appear on the penis, scrotum, groin, or thighs. They are either flat or cauliflower-like in shape that may be small or large. Most of the time, they are flesh colored and painless. At times, the warts are so small and flat that they may not be noticed right away.

Practicing unsafe sex or having multiple sexual partners creates greater risk of getting infected. Genital Warts mainly occur among young people around 20 years of age. Although there are medications, surgical treatments, and Genital Warts remedies available, the disease is a serious health concern. For females, the cause of the warts, which is HPV, has been associated with cervical cancer. On the other hand, males infected with HPV can also be at risk for cancer of the penis and the anus.

Many treatments are now available for the disease that range from organic solutions to laser operations. Advanced treatments burn off, surgically remove or use a laser to remove the warts. On the other hand, organic treatments use different solutions that effectively and naturally remove the warts. It may be a little bit more time consuming, but it is not as expensive. These solutions are easily available and use ingredients that may be found around the house, or bought in bottles over-the-counter or on the Internet.

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Two Comparative Models Of Cancer Prevention: Which Is the Better Model of Truth?

November 2, 2009 by admin · Comments Off 

Texas governor Rick Perry will most likely face some stiff opposition for the use of his executive order last week. He bypassed the state legislature to make Texas the first state to require school aged girls to be vaccinated against a sexually transmitted virus known as HPV (human papillomavirus).
This virus is thought to cause cervical cancer in women years after being infected. HPV eventually infects over half of all sexually active people and also causes Genital Warts.
The vaccine being promoted is called ‘Gardasil’ made by Merk & Co., a new vaccine that claims to block four common strains of the HPV virus. Merk says that ‘Gardasil’ prevents 99 percent of infections by two HPV stains that cause about 70 percent of cervical cancer and two strains that cause most Genital Warts.
The grim statistics estimate that around 9,700 new cases of cervical cancer will be diagnosed this year in the United States resulting in about 3,700 deaths.
Starting in the fall of 2008 girls as young as 11 to 12 entering the sixth grade will be required to receive ‘Gardasil’ in Texas. This mandate is effective until Perry or a successor repeals it. The legislature has no authority to change it.
Legislative aids and parent advocacy groups against vaccinations are looking for ways around this executive order. Their main cause for concern is in the interfering of their rights as parents to chose medical decisions for their children. Current Texas law allows parents to opt out of inoculations by filing an affidavit objecting to vaccinations on religious or philosophical reasons.
The success Merk & Co. has had in Texas has them using heavy lobbying tactics by continuing these bankrolling efforts to get other states to pass laws like the one in Texas.
Three doses at a cost of $120.00 each for a total cost of $360.00 to inoculate for this viral infection has many doctors refusing to even stock it. They are saying problems with insurance companies reimbursing them is totally inadequate and they are fed up with rising vaccine prices.
What will be the long term track record of ‘Gardasil’? No one knows for sure and will not for some time to come. Apparent testing is now being done on young school girls in Texas required to get vaccinations. How long of a time span should drug manufacturers be required to have to prove benefits and safety results of new disease prevention drugs? How have track records for other disease prevention vaccinations worked out in the pros and cons? Intelligent questions such as these makes it obvious not enough time has passed to be requiring a new mandatory vaccination. Fast tracking any new drug has not been proven to be safe.
In another model comparison to cancer prevention there is more positive medical evidence emerging every day that shows without a doubt that implementing diet changes works rather well if not better than drug treatments. Objective study after study has shown conclusively that a diet high in whole food nutrition is the winning key that unlocks the door of disease.
Thousands of objective alternative studies done around the world have been undertaken for many years in studying the prevention of many diseases such as cancer, heart disease, and stroke with dietary changes. Reputable whole food complete supplements and using other diet changes have produced impressive results.
Despite the impressive amount of evidence emerging on the scene people continue to eat more poorly than ever. As parents we think we do not have the time or the resources to look after our, or our children’s nutritional needs. There are so many distractions and demands on our time making nutrition a distant competitor to other things we consider more important.
When thinking this way consider these statistics:
Cancer kills more children than any other disease.
In the last 20 years overweight children has increased 50%, and extremely overweight children has nearly doubled.
40 million children have abnormally high cholesterol levels.
By age 12, about 70% of our children have developed the beginning stages of hardening of the arteries.
It seems rather obvious that as a nation and culture we are in complete denial of our poor eating habits. We are simply not paying enough attention to good sound nutritional practices. Many are paying the price as well as our children who, if left to continue eating poorly, will live shorter lives than any generation before them.
Will pharmaceutical companies be able to save us from our poor eating habits? I rather doubt it as this model is failing at an expensive and alarming rate. Evidence is coming to the forefront on the ability drugs have to harm more people than they save. If our legislatures allow the continuation of this model medical bankruptcy of this great country could be the end result.
When choosing to explore nature’s wisdom you may be pleasantly surprised to find out which of these two models validates truth. By knowing more you will be enabled to do more, and it is in this doing that produces the believing!

Genital Warts Risk Factors That Lead to Cervical Cancer

November 2, 2009 by admin · Comments Off 

There are certain risks involved in having Genital Warts, and these will influence what your treatment is, and how soon you receive treatment. One of the risks that you face with Genital Warts and high risk strains of HPV is that of Cervical Cancer. Although Cervical Cancer is the most commonly and widely known about, if somebody has a high risk strain of genital HPV warts they are open to cancer of not only the cervix, but also of the vagina, penis, anus, or throat amongst others.

However, it should also be said I think that just because you get HPV, it doesn’t mean that you will get Cervical Cancer. On the other hand, if someone has cancer, like cervical cancer for instance, they could be subject to recurrent effects of Genital Warts. It’s not always easy to know whether the genital warts came first of the cancer, but there can be no doubt that the two are linked in some ways.

For a woman who has been diagnosed with genital warts, a pap smear should be taken at least once every six months or so. After the first bout of warts has cleared up this is to make sure that there is no recurring of the HPV genital warts, and that there are no abnormal cell changes which could result to Cervical Cancer. This holds especially true if the warts were found on the cervix, as in some cases, there can be precancerous cell changes made by the genital warts.

This precancerous cell change is referred to as Dysplasia and can be diagnosed by a pap smear. That’s why a woman who has had genital warts on the cervix should get a pap smear every three months. This continued monitoring of your progress can help to warn you if cervical cancer is probable. If this is the case then all possible steps should be taken to remove the precancerous cells before Cervical Cancer can develop.

For the most part these cell changes will be on the outermost cells of the cervix, but in some cases where the warts have gone untreated, or where they are overlooked, the changes can occur at a deeper level in your skin. Like I said a pap smear should be taken every three months or so, but you can probably stop it after receiving three consecutive normal pap smear results. You should also be aware that although a pap smear might show dysplastic cell changes to your cervical tissues these could be harmless and not be an indication of Cervical Cancer.

Low cost Mouth and Throat cancer surgery in India along with Medical Tourism and healthcare facilities

November 2, 2009 by admin · Comments Off 

Mouth and Throat Cancer surgery in India is being provided to International as well as Indian patients at low, reasonable and affordable cost with best medical healthcare facilities for the patients to be treated. Hospitals providing the mouth and throat cancer surgery in India are all corporate and multispecialty. These hospitals are having fully equipped and research based staff available 24 hours for the patients on an emergency basis. The oral cavity (mouth) and the upper part of the throat (pharynx) have roles in many important functions, including breathing, talking, chewing, and swallowing. The mouth and upper throat are sometimes referred to as the oropharynx. The important structures of the mouth and upper throat include the following:


       Inside lining of the cheeks (buccal mucosa)




       Floor of the mouth

       Back of the throat, including the tonsils (oropharynx)

       Roof of the mouth (the bony front part [hard palate] and the softer rear part [soft palate])

       Area behind the wisdom teeth

       Salivary glands

Many different cell types make up these different structures. Cancer occurs when normal cells undergo a transformation whereby they grow and multiply without normal controls.



Mouth and Throat cancer Causes:

Tobacco use is by far the most common risk factor for cancers of the mouth and throat. Both smoking and “smokeless” tobacco (snuff and chewing tobacco) increase the risk of developing cancer in the mouth or throat.

       All forms of smoking are linked to these cancers, including cigarettes, cigars, and pipes. Tobacco smoke can cause cancer anywhere in the mouth and throat as well as in the lungs, the bladder, and many other organs in the body. Pipe smoking is particularly linked with lesions of the lips, where the pipe comes in contact with the tissue.

       Smokeless tobacco is linked with cancers of the cheeks, gums, and inner surface of the lips. Cancers caused by smokeless tobacco use often begin as leukoplakia or erythroplakia.

Other risk factors for mouth and throat cancer include the following:

       Alcohol use: At least three quarters of people who have a mouth and throat cancer consume alcohol frequently. People who drink alcohol frequently are 6 times more likely to develop one of these cancers. People who both drink alcohol and smoke often have a much higher risk than people who use only tobacco alone.

       Ultraviolet light exposure: People who spend a lot of time in sunlight, such as those who work outdoors, are more likely to have cancer of the lip.

       Chewing betel nut, a prevalent practice in India and other parts of South Asia, has been found to result in mucosa carcinoma of the cheeks. Mucosa carcinoma accounts for less than 10% of oral cavity cancers in the United States but is the most common oral cavity cancer in India.

       Human papillomavirus (HPV) infection: Several strains of HPV are associated with cancers of the cervix, vagina, vulva, and penis. The link between HPV and oral cancers is not known, but HPV infection is believed to increase the risk of oral cancers in some people.

These are risk factors that can be avoided in some cases. For example, you can choose to not smoke, thus lowering your risk of mouth and throat cancer. The following risk factors are outside of your control:

       Age: The incidence of mouth and throat cancers increases with advancing age.

       Sex: Mouth and throat cancer is twice as common in men as in women. This may be related to the fact that more men than women use tobacco and alcohol.

The relationship between these risk factors and an individual’s risk is not well understood. Many people who have no risk factors develop mouth and throat cancer. Conversely, many people with several risk factors do not. In large groups of people, these factors are linked with higher incidence of oropharyngeal cancers.

Mouth and Throat Cancer Treatment

After you have been evaluated by a surgical or radiation oncologist to treat your cancer, you will have ample opportunity to ask questions and discuss which treatments are available to you.

       Your doctor will present each type of treatment, give you the pros and cons, and make recommendations.

       Treatment for mouth and throat cancer depends on the type of cancer and whether it has affected other parts of the body. Factors such as your age, your overall health, and whether you have already been treated for the cancer before are included in the treatment decision-making process.

       The decision of which treatment to pursue is made with your doctor (with input from other members of your care team) and your family members, but ultimately, the decision is yours.

       Be certain you understand exactly what will be done and why, and what you can expect from your choices. With oral cancers, it is especially important to understand the side effects of treatment.

Like many cancers, mouth and throat cancer is treated on the basis of cancer stage. The most widely used therapies are surgery and radiation therapy. Chemotherapy is used in some advanced cases. Your treatment plan will be individualized for your specific situation.

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Mouth and Throat Cancer surgery available in all major metropolitan cities of India such as Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Bangalore and international patients do come in huge numbers to get their cancer treated by the abroad expertise surgeons having vast experience of performing numerous numbers of successful surgeries. Patients along with the Treatment and surgery done get the exotic and beautiful view of India with the help of Medical tourism in India which make their complete trip to be remembered as one the finest vacations enjoyed ever. Patient’s experience healing treatments and touching people’s lives through compassionate and expert care. For further details on the mouth and throat cancer surgery in India feel free to visit us at  or mail your queries at or talk to us international callers, at  +91 9579034639

Cervical Cancer and Its Complementary Treatments

November 2, 2009 by admin · Comments Off 

What It Is
The cervix is an organ that is only present in women, and connects the uterus to the vagina. When cells in the cervix start to undergo abnormal changes, known as pre-cancerous changes, then this can represent the early stages of cervical cancer.
There are two types of cervical cancer: squamous cell carcinoma and adenocarcinoma. Of these, we know that the vast majority of cases are squamous cell carcinomas. Cervical cancer can be picked up early and prevented from occurring through regular screening, which is recommended for women of all ages.
Causes of Cervical Cancer
We should make it clear that, as with all cancers, cervical cancer is caused by factors such as a weak immune system, an acidic pH balance, oxygen deprivation and toxins in the body. However, it is also commonly caused by certain types of HPV (human papilloma virus). Some of these can cause Genital Warts and, as such, cervical cancer can arise as a result of a sexually transmitted infection.
Smoking is also known to lead to cervical cancer, and we know that a combination of an HPV and smoking, or an HPV and another sexually transmitted disease, can lead to a greater level of risk.
Cervical Cancer Symptoms
The most common symptom for cervical cancer, and the one that sends most women to the doctor in the first place, is abnormal vaginal bleeding. This could include bleeding outside of the regular period, bleeding after the menopause or any other type of bleeding.
Pain during sexual intercourse is also known to be a symptom, as is bleeding directly after intercourse. Pain related to sex is known as dyspareunia in the medical community.
Conventional Treatments
If the cancer is confined to the outside layer of the cervix, then we have the option of a number of surgery treatments that can be completed to remove the affected cells. The most common include laser surgery, which kills the cancerous cells using a laser beam; cryosurgery, which is the killing of cancerous cells through freezing; and a cone biopsy, which is when a piece of cervical tissue affected by the cancer is completely removed.
These procedures are fine if the cancer is in its early stages, but if the cancer is invasive and has managed to get inside the outer layer, then a hysterectomy is the most common form of surgery. This could either be a simple hysterectomy or a radical hysterectomy, which is more serious. However, both involve the removal of the uterus, making it impossible to become pregnant.
Chemotherapy and radiation are also commonly used if the cancer has spread, but we would warn you that these include a lot of unpleasant side effects, including hair loss, weakness and nausea.
Alternative and Complementary Treatments
Due to the nature of the side effects associated with conventional treatments, many people opt instead for alternative treatments, which have very few, if any, side effects and provide a far more natural way to cure different types of cancer.
We can recommend the Budwig Diet as one of the most effective alternative therapies in combating any type of cancer, including cervical cancer. This special diet, administered under the guidance of trained experts, has at its heart a very simple idea which has proved time and time again to be a powerful anti-cancer treatment.
The basic premise of this completely natural alternative treatment is that in order to grow, cancer cells require glucose. The Budwig Diet aims to reduce the amount of glucose in the blood through reducing the amount of sugar in the diet of the cancer patient, and is one of the most effective alternative treatments. However, some programmes go even further and recommend the complete absence of sugar from the diet. This leads to the body using less insulin, and the cancer cells therefore cannot grow.
The Budwig Diet should be specially administered, but at its heart it is a diet rich in raw vegetables, which prevents sugars from being consumed. The immune system also strengthens as a result, allowing the body to fight the weakened cancer cells more effectively.
As well as the Budwig Diet, we can also recommend a number of other alternative therapies which aim to combat cancerous cells in the body. These consist of emotional healing, which is the balancing of the meridian through the increasing of inner strength; biophotonic light therapy, which is the targeting of cancer cells using completely natural UV rays; massage therapy, which is the use of different types of massage to stimulate the circulation of energy; and techniques such as using SCIO Energetic Frequency Equipment, which aims to destroy the cancer cells through mechanical vibration.

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