Cancer Information Audio CDs

Cancer Audio CDs!

The more we understand about cancer, the less scary the experience. On this website, we provide audio CDs with cancer information that is easy to understand. With these audio CDs everyone can now simply sit back, listen and learn all the cancer information that is important to them without having to try to read long books with large words that are difficult to understand.
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Information on Breast Cancer
Information on Colon Cancer
Information on Lung Cancer
Information on Prostate Cancer

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Breast Cancer Stage

There are four key and most important things to remember and to have in mind when it comes to breast cancer.
The first is to know if the woman with the breast cancer is still having menstrual periods or not. Breast cancer behaves differently in women who are as yet having regular periods compared with the way it behaves in women who are no longer having regular periods.

An exciting new discovery for Prostate Cancer

There has been a recent discovery of a way to tell the difference between prostate cancer in a man which will grow slowly and will behave in a sleepy and quiet manner from prostate cancer in a man which will grow very quickly and powerfully and will kill the man if it is not treated immediately and aggressively. This is exciting news! Men have dearly needed to know how to be able to make this distinction for years!

In the treatment of lung cancer does it help to receive chemotherapy after surgery? – YES!

A key factor when it comes to treating lung cancer is that if the lung cancer is found early in its growth, it may be possible to remove it surgically. To remove a lung cancer by surgery is the BEST CHANCE for cure that a patient with lung cancer can have. Unfortunately, there are many patients in whom the lung cancer returns just a few months after having removed it surgically. Also unfortunately, and more importantly, is the fact that when the lung cancer returns after having removed it surgically, it is then usually incurable. A key question is then: Is there something we can do in order to try to keep the lung cancer from coming back after having removed it surgically? The answer is yes!

Does treatment of Lung Cancer with Tarceva help after treatment with Iressa stops working?

In the treatment of lung cancer, Tarceva (also known as Erlotinib) and Iressa (also known as Gefitinib) are relatively new medications which have been a wonderfully welcome new addition to the weapons available to us in the fight against this difficult disease. A key question has been: What do we do when one of these agents stops working? Well, a group in Shizuoka, Japan, in a recent article published June 21, 2009 in the medical journal entitled Lung Cancer, has asked and has tried to answer exactly such a question.

Early Diagnosis of Lung Cancer

There is a new test being developed which promises to help doctors find lung cancers at an early point in the growth of the cancer. If this test indeed is as successful as it promises to be, this could be an enormous breakthrough in the care and treatment of lung cancer.

Vadimezan: Promising new drug for Lung Cancer

There is a new chemotherapy agent for the treatment of Lung Cancer which appears to be very promising. This new agent, which is known as either Vadimezan or by the experimental name of ASA404, is still in the experimental / testing stages of development; however the early results of studies with this new drug are very encouraging.

BSI-201 Experimental Breast Cancer Drug

Exciting news! There is a new drug for the treatment of Breast Cancer that is now being tested and is showing wonderfully promising results. In fact, the US Food and Drug administration has felt that the early results with the testing of this new medicine were so promising that it has granted this drug what is known as “FAST TRACK” approval.

Radiation Prostate Cancer

When Prostate Cancer is initially discovered and it is found to be pretty much still located only in the prostate gland itself (in other words, it has not spread far into the body), there are basically three options that are available as treatment. The treatment that is chosen depends on A) how much cancer is found at the time of the initial diagnosis (which is known as the Stage of the cancer at the time of the initial diagnosis of cancer), B) the patient’s age at the time of the diagnosis, C) any other medical problems that he may have at the time of the finding of the Prostate Cancer, D) the aggressiveness of the cancer and E) the patient’s personal preferences.

Prostate Cancer Stage

One of the most important factors in the care and treatment of any form of cancer, is to know how much of the cancer is present at the time when the cancer is first discovered. The way that doctors are able to know and communicate with each other about much cancer is present at the time of the initial discovery is with something called a stage.


There is new cancer drug known as Abiraterone which has so far produced very encouraging results in the treatment of advanced Prostate Cancer. Prostate cancer is a very frequent form of cancer in our society. Each year 680,000 men worldwide are diagnosed with Prostate Cancer and as many as 220,000 will die of this disease. Numerous studies have proven that the hormone Testosterone stimulates the growth of Prostate Cancer and that inhibition of this hormone leads to a decrease in the size and the growth of Prostate Cancer.
Abiraterone, is a new medication which has the promise of treating Prostate Cancer by blocking an enzyme known as the CYP17 enzyme which plays a role in the production of Testosterone in men with Prostate Cancer.
The results of the treatments provided for men with advanced Prostate Cancer with this new medication are as yet preliminary, but they are very encouraging. This medication is now currently undergoing clinical trials and if all goes well, it is expected to be on the market in the year 2011. These concepts and many others are available in the Prostate Cancer audio CD which is available on the web site

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