Handling Of Cervical Cancer?
but beforehand my mother had run as many as 25 times in Jakarta friendship hospital … and was referred to the cipto hospital to run as many as 3 times in the beam … not before my mother’s rays had died … and during the outside light at home my friend’s friendship has been overdone and my body has fallen down 38kg from its initial 50kg … and my mother blama during the outer rays for 25x my mother feels relaxed and has no bleeding anymore … we are very happy to see mom we look like there’s a change and I want to heal very big … but at that time my mother only felt stomach ache, and I went to an Islamic hospital and was given medicine all the same, the doctor was unconscious … and finally a week at home sick died … is the outside light that my mother run as much as 25 times it does not kill the cancer cells … ?? because my mother has had a change in her body so she has no bleeding … that’s all I ask …
Hello Gita Ramadhani,
Cervical cancer is the growth of cancer cells in the cervix where cervical cancer is one of the most deadly cancers in women and there are two types of cervical cancer namely squamous cell carcinoma and adenocarcinoma depending on which cell is the beginning of cancer growth. Cancer itself has stages ranging from 1 to 4 where the size of the cancer, the spread of cancer becomes determinant of the stage, the wider the spread, the higher the stage.
One of the treatment efforts undertaken for the treatment of cervical cancer is a surgical method, radiotherapy or chemotherapy tailored to the condition of each patient. Radiotherapy or light therapy itself is external (from outside, called external beam radiation therapy) and from the inside or internally. EBRT itself is carried out days of the week for 5-7 weeks and can be combined with the administration of low-dose chemotherapy drugs. Whether radiotherapy has been done does not kill cancer cells in your mother is difficult to determine because it can depend on the stage of cancer experienced, general health conditions, and other factors.
If you see the changes that are told can see an improvement in symptoms in your deceased mother but can not be determined whether the cancer cells have died completely. the results of examinations carried out during treatment.
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