What causes cancer?

There are many readily recognizable histopathologic (tissue disease) differences between a cancer cell, and a normal cell. Our review will explain in detail, the biochemical structure of nucleic acids found in cancer cells, compared with healthy ones.

Are you in a "high risk" occupation?

You wouldn't believe what jobs can cause cancer. We tell you what causes "neoplasia" (abnormal growths), that have been documented.

Do your co-workers smoke?

Use of tobacco can cause mouth cancers, laryngeal cancers, how about esophagus or bladder cancers.

What about "radiation exposure"?

Are you sitting too near your monitor, or TV screen? What about your job? Does walking through metal detectors cause cancer?

Do you work in the Mining Industry?

Are you coming into contact with Uranium, Strontium, Nickel, or Beryllium? You must read our review to determine just what your risk factors are.

Do you work with chemicals?

Maybe you are in the photographic field, or printing industry. There are certain chemicals that damage the "DNA" of cells, thus raising your risk of getting cancer. We tell you how to prevent and what the early warning signs are. Have you lost your appetite, have increased constipation, difficulty swallowing, or diarrhea? Then our review is for you, or a loved one.

What about Drug Induced Cancers?

Are you on the "pill", or taking "estrogen" compounds? These have been implicated in causing vaginal cancers. What about the drug "Imuran" or "Dilantin", our review explains in detail all about drug induced cancers.


Your salivary glands make saliva, the fluid that is released into your mouth to keep it moist and to help dissolve your food. Signs to look out for are swelling under your chin or around your jawbone, your face becomes numb, you cannot move the muscles in your face, or you have pain that does not go away in your face, chin, or neck.

Once cancer of the salivary gland is found, tests must be done to find out if cancer cells have spread (metatasized) to other parts of the body. This is called staging. Salivary gland cancers are also classified by "grade", which tells how fast the cancer cells grow. Your chance of recovery depends on far the cancer has spread, plus your overall health. The three types of treatments used are, surgery, chemotherapy, and hormone therapy. We tell you everything you need to know to make the right choices today to deal with Salivary Glands Cancer. Newer treatments offer more hope of survival and comfort than ever before. Selecting the right treatment can literally make the difference between life and death. It is important to have the peace-of-mind knowing that you have done everything possible to help fight Salivary Glands Cancer successfully.