The big 3

”F**k Cancer” works with two fundamental concepts – The 3 big ones and The 4 small ones. The 3 big ones are:

  • The knife
  • Chemotherapy
  • Radiation therapy 

Life’s spectrum
“F**k Cancer” divides Life’s spectrum into three phases: before, during and after cancer. Some people will remain in the prevention phase throughout their entire life, others will be diagnosed with cancer, and some will emerge cancer-free.

The 3 big ones are invaluable
The 3 big ones, the knife, chemo and radiation, are completely necessary in the treatment of cancer.
But before and after cancer other things matter. During Cal’s chemo the oncologist said: “You are f**king hard to kill”. He meant that Cal had a very strong starting point. When entering chemo, every person has a “bottom level” – that is, how much of the treatment his or her body can tolerate. The oncologist has certain range of chemo-intensity to work within depending on this starting point. Cal was mentally strong and in the best physical shape of his life when he was diagnosed with cancer and that has probably played a huge role in relation to how much of the 3 big ones he could tolerate.

About 60 % of all cancer patients go through a surgery as part of their treatment. During an operation the cancer tumors are removed and sometimes lymph tumors in the area nearby are also being removed. In some cases the entire organ struck by cancer is being removed.

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Chemo therapy is a medical treatment of cancer, where cell toxins are injected into the body and attack the cancer cells in different development stages. Chemo therapy destroys the cells so they cannot divide and the cancer tumors stop to grow.

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Prevent nausea and vomiting

Nausea and vomiting are common side effects of chemotherapy treatment for cancer. Whether you will experience nausea and vomiting as a result of chemotherapy depends on what chemotherapy drugs you receive, whether you receive other cancer treatments, such as radiation, during your chemotherapy treatment.

Certain chemotherapy drugs are more likely than others to cause nausea and vomiting. Whether a drug will cause nausea and vomiting also depends on the dosage you receive. Some drugs may be less likely to cause side effects at lower dosages. Ask your doctor whether your treatment plan is likely to cause nausea and vomiting.

Most people undergoing chemotherapy receive anti nausea drugs to prevent nausea and vomiting. Your doctor determines which anti nausea medications to use based on your specific situation.

What additional measures can you take to prevent nausea and vomiting? You can take steps to reduce your risk of nausea and vomiting. Things you can do against chemotherapy nausea:

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During radiation the cancer tumor is affected by ionized radiation, which means energy rich radiation, hereby affecting the cells genetic material which will cause cell death or stop the cells from dividing.

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Cancer claims most victims

Heart disease has been the most common killer in Denmark through many years. However recent statistics from Sundhedsstyrelsen show, that cancer is the disease that claims most victims at this point in time.

(Source: Kræftens Bekæmpelse). 


Red is good

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