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How to prevent anal cancer?

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Current treatment usually combines chemotherapy and radiation therapy. How can you prevent anal dysplasia and anal cancer? There is no absolute way to prevent anal dysplasia and cancer. However, there are things you can do to lower the risk. These…

How is anal dysplasia treated?

There is a newer way of finding anal squamous intraepithelial lesions (SIL) and treating them. This technique, called chromoendoscopy with narrow band imaging and acetic acid (NBIA), combines the use of an endoscope (a thin and flexible tube that allows…

What are the symptoms of anal dysplasias?

Anal dysplasia often causes no symptoms. When symptoms are present, they may include: Anal itching (also called pruritus), Pressure—a feeling that there is a lump or mass in the anus. Pain. What are the symptoms of anal cancer? A lump…

What are Anal Dysplasia and Anal Cancer?

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Any kind of abnormal cell changes are called dysplasia. Anal dysplasia is one term used to describe conditions that exist before anal squamous cell carcinoma. Infection with human papilloma virus (HPV) is associated with these changes.  What is anal dysplasia?…

How to reach The Medical Clinic?

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The Referring Provider Team was established to provide a better level of customer service and continuous follow-up on our referring physicians’ patient referrals. Staffed by trained health information specialists, the Referring Provider Team is equipped to support calls, emails or…

How to approach physical activity with cancer?

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Staying active throughout the day can help you feel better and reduce your risk for diseases like cancer. Exercise reduces your risk for cancer because: It helps you maintain a healthy weight. Being overweight or obese is linked to 13…

What women cancers are related to HPV?

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Regarding HPV and cervical cancer, almost all cervical cancers are caused by HPV. Because no vaccine prevents all types of HPV that can cause cervical cancer, vaccinated women age 21 to 29 should get cervical cancer screening (Pap tests) every…