Cancer Prevention News

Cancer Prevention News

Causes Of Cancer

Cancer Symptoms, Types

Cancer Prevention Tips

Cancer Treatment Options

Alternative Cancer Therapy

Cancer, Diet and Nutrition

Cancer Supplements

Antioxidants and Cancer

Glutathione and Cancer

Breast Cancer

Mesothelioma

Cancer Prevention Blog

Subscribe to the
Glutathione Report

Email
First Name

Ultimate Cancer Breakthroughs™Ultimate Cancer Breakthroughs™
The ONLY Guide To Alternative Cancer
Treatments You'll Ever Need!

Breakthrough Natural Cancer Treatments
Breakthrough Natural Cancer Treatments
Over 350 existing natural and alternative cancer treatments

Special Report
Glutathione and Undenatured Whey Protein in Cancer


What are the Signs of Different Types of Childhood Cancer?

Michael Monheit, Esquire, Monheit Law, PC



Bone Cancers

  • pain in a bone
  • swelling or tenderness around a bone or joint
  • interference with normal movements
  • weak bones, leading to fractures
  • fatigue, fever, weight loss, anemia

Leukemia

  • lethargy, weakness, paleness,
  • dizziness
  • back, leg, and joint pain,
  • headache, trouble standing or walking
  • easy bruising, unusual bleeding,
  • frequent nose bleeds, bleeding gums, petechiae (red pinpoints on the skin)
  • repeated, frequent infections
  • fever that lasts for several days
  • loss of appetite, weight loss
  • swollen lymph nodes, bloated or tender stomach, swollen liver or spleen
  • night sweats
  • irritability

Neuroblastoma

  • lump or mass in the abdomen, chest, neck, or pelvis
  • loss of appetite, nausea, weight loss, stomach pain, constipation, difficulty urinating
  • changes in the eyes: black eyes, a droopy eyelid, a pupil that doesn't constrict, vision problems
  • pain in the chest, difficulty breathing, persistent cough
  • pain or numbness in the lower extremities, limping, inability to stand, stumbling
  • bone pain, fever, irritability, listlessness
  • backaches (backaches in children are not usual)

Wilms Tumor

  • abdominal swelling and/or pain
  • nausea
  • vomiting
  • constipation
  • loss of appetite
  • fever of unknown origin
  • night sweats
  • abnormal urine color or blood in the urine
  • malaise
  • Brain Cancers
  • a seizure not related to high fever
  • staring, repetitive automatic movements
  • persistent vomiting without any known cause (projectile vomiting), nausea
  • progressive weakness or clumsiness; neck tilt, squint
  • walking, balance problems
  • precocious puberty; growth retardation
  • sleep apnea
  • vision problems
  • headache, especially that wakes the child up at night or is early in the morning
  • pain, especially back pain, which should be taken seriously in a child
  • changes in personality, irritability, listlessness
  • excessive thirst and excessive urination (rare, if the tumor is pressing against the pituitary)

Rhabdomyosarcoma

  • lump or swelling, firm and painless to touch, in the extremities, the groin area, or the vaginal area
  • drooping eyelids, swelling of the eye, protruding eyeball, rapid vision changes
  • hoarseness, difficulty in swallowing
  • abdominal pain which persists for more than a week

Lymphomas

  • swollen lymph node, especially in the neck, armpit or groin
  • swelling of the face
  • weakness, tiredness
  • sweating, especially at night
  • unexplained fever
  • unexplained weight loss
  • abdominal pain or swelling
  • pain
  • breathing difficulties, occasional cough, sometimes difficulty in swallowing

Retinoblastoma

  • whitish color behind the pupil
  • problems with eye movements (crossed eyes)
  • a red irritation that persists
About the author: Michael Monheit, Esquire is the managing attorney for Monheit Law. The practice focuses on plaintiff personal injury cases. For more infomation, please use our Ewings Sarcoma Case Inquiry Form

 

 

Omega 3 Fats | Natural Health Remedies

Sitemap

These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. We makes no claim that the products featured are anything other than dietary supplements designed to improve nutrition and general well-being. They are not intended to diagnose, cure, prevent or treat any diseases and do not substitute for a doctor's care or for proven therapy. The information here is not provided by medical professionals and is not intended as a substitute for medical advice. Please consult your physician before beginning any course of treatment.

This site contains links to other sites. We are not responsible for the content, software, or the privacy practices such Web sites. The Linked Sites are provided for your convenience only and you access them at your own risk.

No part of this website may be copied or reproduced without permission.
Your use of this website signifies agreement of our
Terms of Use| Privacy Policy
Our business is fully compliant with CAN-SPAM Regulations