कैंसर के मरीज बेकार और असफल उपचारों को अपनाने के लिए मजबूर हैं क्योंकि उनकी सहायता के लिए प्राकृतिक चिकित्सकों की भारी कमी है।
At Anupama Cancer Sansthan, your care for oral cancer is personalized. You get the most advanced therapies with the least impact on your body.
We offer new strategies to maintain dental and oral health treatment. Our treatment is totally harmless and most effective amongst all the treatment protocols available around the globe.
And at Anupama Cancer Sansthan, you get the comprehensive cancer care, which has all the services needed to treat the whole person – not just the disease.
मुंह के कैंसर (Mouth Cancer) की सर्जरी से मरीज की हालत जीने लायक नहीं रहती क्योंकि उसे जिंदगीभर ट्यूब के सहारे भोजन दिया जाता है और मरीज बोल भी नहीं पाता. इसके अलावा कैंसर दोबारा से हो जाता है जिसको मरीज झेल नहीं सकता. रेडिएशन और कीमोथेरेपी से कैंसर ठीक नहीं होता और इससे मरीज को कई दूसरेे तरह के कैंसर हो जाते है.
जबकि हमारा उपचार पूर्णतः हानिरहित उपचार पद्धति है जो कीमोथेरेपी, रेडिएशन से ज्यादा कारगर है.
Oral cancer (also known as mouth cancer or oral cavity cancer) is most often found in the tongue, the lips and the floor of the mouth. It also can begin in the gums, the minor salivary glands, the lining of the lips and cheeks, the roof of the mouth or the area behind the wisdom teeth.
The majority of oral cancers arise in the squamous cells, which line the mouth, tongue, gums and lips. These are called squamous cell carcinomas (cancers). Not all tumors or growths in the mouth are cancer, however. Some are benign (not cancer), while others are precancerous, meaning they may become cancer but are not currently cancer.
Oral Cancer Risk Factors
Anything that increases your chances of getting cancer is called a risk factor. Many cases of oral cancers are linked to risk factors. Some patients will develop oral cancers without any known risk factors. The main risk factors for oral cancer are:
Tobacco use: Many people diagnosed with oral cancer use tobacco in some form. The longer people use tobacco and the amount they use increases that risk.
The type of tobacco people use can influence where oral cancer develops. People who use chewing tobacco or snuff are more likely to develop cancer of the gums, cheek and lips. Pipe smoking increases the risk for cancer of the lip and the soft palate. Living with a smoker or working in a smoking environment can cause secondhand or passive smoking, which also may increase risk.
Alcohol: Many people diagnosed with oral cancer are heavy drinkers, consuming more than 21 alcoholic drinks each week. The combination of tobacco and alcohol is particularly dangerous. People who drink alcohol and smoke are six times more likely to get oral cancer than people who do not drink or smoke.
Other risk factors include:
Oral cancers are among the most preventable cancers. Some ways to minimize your risk of developing oral cancer include:
Because early diagnosis gives you the best chance of successful treatment, the Oral Cancer Prevention Clinic provides a specialized setting for diagnosis, monitoring and treatment of precancerous lesions. New optical techniques, less-invasive alternatives to biopsy, may help find some oral cancers earlier.
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