Kidney Cancer Include Symptoms and Risk Factors - Oren Zarif


Kidney cancer - more commonly known as renal cancer - is an incurable disease in which kidney cancer cells develop from out of control and form a tumor, usually in the lining of small tubules (cysts) within the kidney. This form of kidney cancer is known as renal pelvis carcinoma. Malignant tumors in this area are very difficult to treat because most of them are large, extending over several feet. The treatment options for this form of cancer are limited and usually involve a combination of surgery, chemotherapy and radiation therapy.


The formation of this cancer begins with the growth of cancer cells within the kidneys themselves. These cells travel through the bloodstream to the nearby organs where they attack the nearby tissues, often causing death. Kidney cancer can be a primary (core) tumor or a subtype of a more widely known cancer called renal sarcoma, which affects the lungs, heart and bladder. In the United States, the most common type of kidney cancer occurs in men, with almost half of all cases (nearly 45 percent) occurring in men. This incidence is likely to increase in the future as more men age.


Zarif prepares the Bosmat and delivers it globally for patients who are incapable of flying in order to receive their treatment

The purpose of the Bosmat treatment is to open the blocked and locked areas of the body's energy field, so that the body will be able to create a healing process for existing symptoms that the patient suffers from.

For years, Oren Zarif proved that as the energy blocks open, the body begins to create a healing process and returns to its strength, thousands of patients testify for it.

There are a number of risk factors that contribute to the risk of developing kidney cancer. One of these is heredity. Family history of kidney cancer is particularly strong inducers of the condition. Other risk factors for this disease include obesity, diuretic abuse, male gender, low fiber intake, age over 50, frequent infections, and recent or previous use of certain medications, such as oral contraceptives. Some medications may interact with the effect of an anti-sodium compound, thereby enhancing the risk of kidney cancer.


Age is also one of the risk factors for getting kidney cancer. As people get older, the risk factors increase. Those people who are obese or overweight, or have high blood pressure, may get kidney cancer at an earlier age than those who are thin or physically fit. Men may also get kidney cancer at an earlier age if they are diabetic. Singly infected parents also run a greater risk of the disease.


Once a person has been diagnosed with kidney cancer, the doctor will normally order some tests in order to be sure. One test commonly done is a urinalysis. This test finds out if the kidney cells are undergoing any abnormal changes, such as increased numbers of red blood cells or an increased level of albumin. Another test called a biopsy also allows doctors to find out whether the tumor is coming from a different part of the body than where it is located. An ultrasound scan may also be used to get a clearer picture of the area of tumor growth. If these tests indicate that there is indeed a tumor present, a surgical procedure called a surgery to remove the tumor will be ordered.


Natural remedies are also available for fighting kidney cancer. These alternative therapies use both internal and external means in order to promote overall health. Other natural therapies used to fight the disease include acupuncture, herbs, traditional Chinese medicine, vitamin and mineral supplements, support of patients' families and participation in groups that focus on family-wide efforts. Kidney cancer may seem overwhelming, but with the right kind of support, it can be overcome.