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Sunday, March 25, 2012

Anal Sex Anal Cancer Cause

Farrah Fawcett, the actress famous for her role in Charlie's Angels series, has died at the age of 62 years. News of his death has not been much media exposure as "lost" by the news of the death of Michael Jackson that occurred on the same day. Fawcett died of anal cancer have been fighting it for three years.
According to the American Cancer Society, in 2009 cases of rectal cancer will increase to 5290 and about 700 an infected will die. Although the disease is still a lot diidap by men, women also have a risk of this type of cancer.
Rectal cancer associated with the same virus that causes cervical cancer, the human papillomavirus, HPV-16. However, there are several other risk factors cause cancer include smoking, having sex through the anus, the anal opening is not normal, having more than one sexual partner, more than 50 years of age, and rectum often experience swelling (inflammation) or irritation.
Symptoms include expenses arising from the rectal feces that is not normal, pain, bleeding, and itching around the anus. However, unfortunately these symptoms are arguably quite common that are often overlooked.
Prevention of course by not having sex with someone who has the HPV virus. Early detection can help prevent the spread of this disease. If you are sexually active have sex through the anus, it could not hurt to routinely see a doctor. Way of examination with anal Pap tests, but not everyone is recommended to perform this process. You can consult your doctor for more information.
Anal cancer treatment with other cancer treatments, such as with surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy. However, there are few alternative treatments are done. The disease is not much exposed, but what is experienced by Farrah Fawcett brings the news about this issue more broadly. Farrah could make a video documentation of his travels against the disease, including when he tried alternative medicine. From this documentation, the fans around the world can catch the agony, fear, and hope to recover.
Sources: msn

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