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Kidney Cancer - What Are the Early Stages of This Type of Cancer? - Oren Zarif

Doctors do not understand the exact causes of kidney cancer. But certain circumstances seem to increase the possibility of having kidney cancer. For instance, cigarette smoking significantly increases your risk for kidney cancer. If you smoke cigarettes frequently, your risk is almost double that of non-smokers.

Kidney cancer happens when the "vascular system" of the kidney is infected with cells from the blood. These cells divide rapidly and form tumors in the kidneys. They are known as renal cell carcinoma or RCC. Other causes of this condition include infections (usually urinary tract infections), certain types of dialysis (including dialysis therapy, usually for chronic kidney disease or kidney transplantation), certain medications such as corticosteroids, chemotherapy and some inherited conditions such as cystic kidney disease.

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.

Researchers have identified a number of risk factors for cancer cells in the kidney. These risk factors include: age; race; gender; whether the person has diabetes; whether the person has been diagnosed with diabetes; family history; whether the person has inherited a risk factor for cancer; whether the person has lived in a rural or urban area; where he/she lives; and whether the person has had kidney cells tested in the past and whether they have been tested for cancer cells. People who have lived in very dry climates, people who have had radiation exposure, people who have a history of kidney stones, and people who consume large amounts of alcohol are at greater risk of developing RCC than others. People with kidney disorders such as cystic kidney disease, kidney cancer and kidney failure may also be at risk. People who smoke are at greater risk than others too.

Kidney cancer can be either an "inoperable" stage or a "resistant" stage. In an "in operable" stage, the cancer has not spread to other parts of the body. Stage I is when the cancer is still confined to the kidney and nearby areas. Stage II is when it has spread to another part of the body or when it has spread to other organs in the body, such as the lungs. If the cancer has spread beyond the kidney to these other areas, then it is considered to be in Stage III and it requires more aggressive treatment.

Cancer that has spread beyond the kidney typically begins in one organ. It may then spread to other organs or to other areas of the body. Some cancers take longer to spread to other areas, especially those that are slow-growing or that are not as resistant to surgery. A cancer that spreads from the lungs to the liver, for example, does not have a particularly high rate of survival if it spreads to the liver. However, if the cancer spreads to nearby organs, the patient has better odds of improving his/her life.

Once a cancer has spread throughout the body, it is usually more difficult to treat and to cure. However, there are ways to improve the quality of life and to potentially improve survival. One of these is dialysis, which uses artificial kidneys to replace the ones that are lost in dialysis treatments. Dialysis improves the quality of life and the odds of full recovery for many people who are in the early stages of kidney masses. If you have been diagnosed with kidney cancer or are in the early stages of the disease, speak with your doctor about how dialysis can help you.

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