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If Your Stomach Feels Like This, Get Your Liver Checked

 

CancerBridge Nursing Manager shared the symptoms and some preventative advice in a recent "BestLife" article by Luisa Colón.

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Hypercalcemia can lead to nausea and vomiting, explains Andrea Palka, BSN, RN, OCN, and nursing manager at CancerBridge.

"As nausea is an incredibly common symptom of many different conditions, both benign and serious, it's easy to attribute a bout with nausea with something more common like food poisoning, infection, motion sickness or overeating," says Palka. "If your nausea is ongoing or is accompanied by persistent vomiting or any of the other signs of liver cancer, it could be a sign of a liver problem and you should call your primary care doctor immediately.

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Signs of Cancer Women Should Never Ignore by Heather Newgen

 

A recent article on "Eat this, Not that!" sited CancerBridge's own Andrea Palka in an article "Signs of Cancer Women Should Never Ignore," by Heather Newgen:Patient and Doctor

Andrea Palka, BSN, RN, OCN and nursing manager from CancerBridge says, "According to the American Cancer Society, at least 42% of newly diagnosed cancers in the U.S. are linked to modifiable risk factors. This means that roughly 805,600 cases in 2022 were potentially avoidable. The pandemic had a potentially devastating effect on preventative health, specifically cancer. The National Cancer Institute has shared that the pandemic initially led to sharp decreases in recommended cancer screening tests, which could mean that some early cancers may have gone undetected. It's also led to the 'covibesity' phenomenon – the widespread rapid weight gain in response to behavioral, psychosocial and environmental changes – which could increase the risk of cancer. While the long-term outcomes of delayed screenings won't become clear for years, this "could mean that 'missed' cancers might be larger and more advanced when they were ultimately detected."

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