Breast Cancer Guide - Encouraging Self-Study Among Patients of Non-Medical Scientific Professionals, Do it Yourself

33 Pages Posted: 6 Mar 2012

Date Written: March 5, 2012

Abstract

Medical journals are seldom touched by the scientific professionals that worked in non-related field of study. However, using cancer journals to solve the health issues independently may be rare without relying on medical doctors and professionals that charge very high cost of medical consultation. For those patients potentially have been affected by breast diseases particularly related to cancer, then it is recommended to assist oneself by taking additional initiatives to understand more about the health problem by summarising the content of independent cancer research as below, not only able assist the patient affected but also helping the cancer professionals to cure the breast diseases faster with proper care of diets.

The research paper is about the knowledge usually of interest among non-medical professionals about breast cancer, particularly in the aspects of food, nutrition, genetic, methodological research etc. The areas covered in the paper are usually based on randomised study about the cause, consequences and prevention of the breast disease. Possessing basic understanding about the knowledge described may be useful as additional therapeutic methods particularly via food that may be achievable by anybody with breast cancer care requirement.

Keywords: immunotherapy, breast disease, estrogen, carcinoma, cancer

Suggested Citation

Tat, Kang Chuen, Breast Cancer Guide - Encouraging Self-Study Among Patients of Non-Medical Scientific Professionals, Do it Yourself (March 5, 2012). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2015919 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2015919

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