Liver Cancer, Malignant Tumors
Hello doc, I want to ask my mother to have been operated on because of the tumor, the tumor was really fast growing by about 20cm. And after coming out as a PA he said the tumor was malignant and there was liver cancer too. I guess that’s the cause of what, and he said the tumor was also not removed all have to go to surgery in gestures again for what? And if you may ask for advice traditional ingredients to soften the tumor what is it?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Malignant tumors or cancer, regardless of where the organs are involved, are indeed unknown causes until now, and the biggest factor is genetic or hereditary influence. What is known so far is the factors that can increase the risk of cancer, namely:
Viral infections, such as the HPV virus in uterine cancer
Exposure to cigarette smoke
Having a family with similar complaints
Live an unhealthy lifestyle
It needs to be understood, the difference between risk factors and causes are those who have risk factors, not necessarily experiencing the conditions, but the possibility has just increased. For example, smokers have a higher risk of developing cancer than nonsmokers, but not necessarily every smoker will have cancer.
So regarding your question, we cannot convey clearly the cause, especially since we did not check it directly. But what really causes it is not important, because what is important when it is exposed is to consider the next treatment plan, and for those who are not affected, what is important is to live a healthy lifestyle to minimize the potential for cancer.
Regarding having to go into digestive surgery, it's likely because there is cancer in the liver, so it is necessary to do surgery on that part. And because the liver enters the digestive system, the right surgeon is a digestive surgeon.
Then for traditional ingredients, unfortunately no. Even if you search the internet or hear people say there are traditional herbs that can cure cancer, this has not been clinically tested. This does not mean that this herb really can not cure cancer, maybe it can, but because there is no evidence of research, we can not recommend it to you. If in the end you still want to use it, it's your right. But clearly, the most important suggestion from us is to stick to the doctor's words, ask what next steps to take, what choices he has, how to hope for recovery, and help your mother to live a healthy lifestyle. So, hopefully answering your question.