The cause of Respiratory Cancer is the inhalation and sometimes even the ingestion of carcinogens. The treatment for Respiratory Cancer depends on the kind of cancer, the location of the cancer and on the stage the patient has at the moment. Treatment includes either surgery or radiation therapy. Respiratory cancer may also spread to other parts of the body. The treatment for Respiratory Cancer varies from person to person.
There are many types of treatment available for lung cancer. The type of treatment chosen by a patient will depend on his or her condition and the prognosis of the disease. This treatment can be supportive or invasive. The treatment can involve one or more types of surgery, chemotherapy and radiation therapy. In addition, the treatment can involve lung transplant for patients who cannot use other methods of treatment.
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.
The treatment for Respiratory Cancer can be performed in a hospital, inpatient or outpatient. Most patients who are diagnosed with this type of cancer are advised to go under general anesthesia. The patients are usually treated in groups, with one member of the group having the lung cancer surgery while the others undergo chemotherapy and radiation therapy simultaneously.
Generally, a lung cancer patient does not need surgery for treatment. Instead, if the lung cancer is found to be operable at an early stage, the tumor can be removed surgically. However, if the tumor is operable, a tumor cellectomy might be performed instead of a surgery to remove the cancerous tissue.
The traditional method of lung cancer treatment is the use of chemotherapy in order to kill the cancer cells. This treatment is used both in the internal and external (in the lungs) form. The chemotherapy that is used depends on the type of lung cancer treatment that is applied. Radiotherapy is also used as a complementary form of treatment. This treatment involves the use of very high energy x-rays in order to damage the tumor in the lung tissue and to shrink it.
Chemotherapy causes the cancer cells to become thin, and eventually they will die. Thereafter, normal lung tissues will replace them. However, this type of treatment has some side effects such as bone loss and hair loss. In addition to that, chemotherapy does not prevent the reappearance of cancer cells even after surgery.
Another traditional form of treatment for lung cancer is called lobectomy. This surgery is performed when a part of the lung is removed so that the affected part will not generate any secondary tumors. If this surgery is preformed, then the patient may get partial lung cancer cure as well as other associated treatments such as chemotherapy.
However, there are new treatments that are being used in the treatment of this type of cancer. A new treatment known as targeted drug therapy is now used in order to treat patients with this kind of cancer. This treatment uses drugs that are injected to the patients. However, this type of treatment has some side effects such as vomiting and nausea. Surgery is also another traditional method of treating the cancer. However, this treatment does not always work especially if the tumor is malignant.