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Skin, Stomach (Gastric), Sarcomas, Uterine and Endometrial, Vulvar Cancers
RC280.S5 - Skin Cancer

RC280.S8 - Stomach (Gastric) Cancer

RC280.S66 - Sarcoma Cancers
RC280.U8 - Uterine and Endometrial Cancer

RC280.V8 - Vulvar Cancer

RC280.S5 - Skin Cancers
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RC280.S5.G504.1 - Skin Cancers and Sun Exposure
Bernard Gordon, MD and Ernest H. Rosenbaum, MD
Skin cancers are one of the most common second cancers, especially for those treated with radiation therapy. There are three basic types of skin cancer: basal cell, squamous cell, and melanoma. The best cure for skin cancer remains early detection, prompt treatment, and follow-up preventative care measures.
http://www.cancersupportivecare.com/Survivor/skin.html
Link added 2008-10-13; reviewed 2008-10-29
RC280.S5.S23.1 - Survival Story - Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Neck - Male: Age 43
I was diagnosed with squamous cell cancer of the neck, occult primary. The weight of the words -you have cancer- is hard to describe.The official staging for my diagnosis was T-/N2a/M0. The occult status of my diagnosis (the T- part) meant that the primary tumor location was unknown.
http://www.cancerlynx.com/squamous.html
Link added 2008-11-16;

RC280.S8 - Stomach (Gastric) Cancer
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RC280.S8.K368.1 - Stomach (Gastric) Cancer
Andrew H. Ko, MD
Stomach cancers are classified according to their tissue type. Overwhelmingly, the most common type of stomach cancers are gastric adenocarcinomas, which arise from the glandular tissue lining the stomach. Occurring much more rarely are gastric lymphomas also referred to as MALTomas or mucosal associated lymphoid tissue tumors, carcinoids, and sarcomas. The ability to distinguish between these types of cancers is a critical one, as the specific treatment for each may differ significantly
http://www.cancersupportivecare.com/stomach.html
Link added 2006-05-21; reviewed 2008-10-13

RC280.66 Sarcoma Cancer
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RC280.S66.B193.1 - My Sarcoma Journey or I Have What?
Rose Burt
Often Sarcomas are not recognized or misdiagnosed and treatment delayed until there is no longer any good treatment possible....Not only did I not find out much about Liposarcoma there was very little about Sarcomas in general. I did not want to go into treatment unaware of what the best treatment was
http://www.cancerlynx.com/liposarcoma.html
Link added 2006-05-21; reviewed 2008-10-13
RC280.S66.B193.2 - Sarcoma For Life-My Sarcoma Journey Continues
Rose Burt
When I wrote the article My Sarcoma Journey, I had no idea I would be writing an update and more thoughts only a short time later. However another surgery made me realize I wanted and needed to say more about long term survival.
http://www.cancerlynx.com/sarcomalife.html
Link added 2008-10-13;
RC280.S66.B193.3 - My Sarcoma Journey - Chapter Three
Rose Burt
Knowledge we share on Sarcoma, Osteosarcoma, and Liposarcoma and the other various sarcoma groups gives us information and the power to proceed toward the cure
http://www.cancerlynx.com/sarcoma3.html
Link added 2008-10-13;

RC280.U8 Uterine and Endometrial Cancer
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RC280.U8.K144.1 - Endometrial Cancer - Glossary of Terms
Mario Kopljar, MD
As a physician, I know the ease of falling into the trap of doing things automatically, almost without any conversation with the patient. I tried to make a simple, easy to understand, Endometrial glossary explaining some unavoidable medical terms.
http://www.cancerlynx.com/endometrial.html
Link added 2006-05-21; updated 2006-11-17
RC280.U8.K144.2 - Endometrial (Uterine) Cancer for laymen and students
Mario Kopljar, MD
There are three locations in the uterus where Endometrial Cancer is most commonly begotten: fundus, tubar corners and isthmus. Those are the places of the strongest hormone influence on uterine lining.
http://www.cancerlinks.com/Endometrial/index.html
Link added 2006-05-21; updated 2006-11-17

RC280.V8 Vulvar Cancer
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RC280.V8.L131.1 Vulvar Cancer - My Journey
Linda Mchaney
I knew that early detection is crucial...I knew something was up as I had this intense itching intermitently in the vulva.. When I went in for the exam they asked if I had the HPV virus. In April of this year I was told the results of the biopsy showed Carcinoma of the vulva
http://www.cancerlynx.com/vulva.html
Link added 2006-05-21; reviewed 2008-10-13


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