Early Detection: the real way to beat cancer

After my gall bladder surgery in early 2014, I got to thinking…could the doctor have checked the other organs (e.g. pancreas, liver, et al) while doing the removal procedure for my gall bladder?  How do I know if I have early stages of cancer in my body?  The more I thought about this, the more I wanted to learn more.  So I started following the news stories that had anything to do with early cancer detection.  This article gave me a real shot in the arm when I read it in early 2015.  Since then, I have been reading and researching many different articles on early cancer detection.  Being a computer engineer, this is challenging, since I didn’t pay a whole lot of attention in chemistry class…and I never had a college level biology class.  So, a kind associate let me borrow his medical terminology book so that I could learn.  Always be a learner!


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