TopicMeniscus Tears and Repairs

  • Mon 2nd Apr 2018 - 6:30am

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    Today, as many as one third of all cancer patients experience pain that can be a chronic and difficult thing to experience and handle in daily life. Not only is it uncomfortable and sometimes so intense as to be debilitating, it is a constant reminder of the illness itself, the reason why such pain is being experienced. Discomfort can come from the cancer itself or be caused by chemotherapy and other treatment. This kind of physical distress can be oppressive for many, affecting the quality of life; fortunately, there are definite ways in which this type of pain can be reduced and maybe even alleviated.

    There are many different reasons why cancer causes pain. Depending on the type of malignancy and its current invasive status, it can cause irritation in tissue or organs as it grows in the affected area. It can create pressure on internal parts and organs as it expands, causing discomfort. Changes and injuries to the nerves and neurons around tumors can be a cause of discomfort as can chemical and hormonal releases originating from tumors or caused by cancer affecting the body's normal functioning.

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