Everything you need to know about Adenocarcinoma: Get the Facts Right!

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What is Adenocarcinoma?

Adenocarcinona cancer begins formation in the glands that make up the inside of an internal organ. This type of cancer can form in many different places in the body, but it’s commonly found in the lung, prostate, breast, and pancreas. The glands in the body create fluid to stay moist and work as they’re intended to. But, when the cells inside the glands of an organ start overproducing, adenocarcinoma cancer occurs. These cells can spread to other areas of the body and damage healthy tissue.

The most commonly diagnosed type of adenocarcinoma cancer is colon cancer and can start with a small growth or polyp. Oftentimes these are benign to start with, but then turn cancerous later. At onset, symptoms are not usually noticeable, but in a more advanced state, patients can develop symptoms of pain, diarrhea, bleeding, and fatigue.

Testing & Treatment Options

With patients that have adenocarcinoma, we review previous medical records and find tests that weren’t done. We then run more robust and complete test panels that cover a variety of hormones, etc so that we confirm which hormones are elevated. From that information, we design a treatment regimen and schedule routine testing so that we can make sure that any tumor(s) are reducing and the hormones levels are returning to within normal ranges.

The mistakes many people often make is they go by ‘how they feel’ without any objective monitoring and they wait too long before doing an appropriate therapy. Then by the time they ‘feel’ something, the cancer is advanced, requiring more time, money and resources to treat.

We can design strategies to complement your current treatment regimen as well as handle all of your treatments. Please don’t wait and contact us right away.

Learn more about Adenocarcinoma

If you or your loved one has been diagnosed with adenocarcinoma cancer, contact our team at Causenta to discuss what alternative cancer treatment options we offer. To better treat our cancer patients, we use unique protocols that are not found anywhere else in the world. Find out why Causenta patients are living healthy, happy lives.
Watch Jasmine, who was diagnosed with Adrenal Cortical Carcinoma, as she talks about the treatment she received from the team of doctors at Causenta.


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