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Lung cancers are generally divided into two types:
Squamous cell carcinoma, also called epidermoid carcinoma, is the most common type of lung cancer in
men. It often begins in the bronchi, and usually does not spread as quickly as other types of lung cancer.
Adenocarcinoma usually begins along the outer edges of the lungs and under the lining of the bronchi. It is the most
common type of lung cancer in women and in people who have never smoked.
Large cell carcinomas are a group of cancers with large, abnormal-looking cells. These tumors usually begin along the
outer edges of the lungs.
AGENT ORANGE AND RESPIRATORY CANCERS
What are respiratory cancers?
This refers to carcinomas of the lung, larynx, trachea, and bronchus
Oct 22 08 10:01 PM
11th ACR wrote:
As I do not own a medical dictionary I ask, are cancers of the colon in the list of presumed cancers?
I know the medical names in the list are above my head.
FROM AGENT ORANGE EXPOSURE -- "We know this is
a cancer-causing agent, so if you have cancer of the
mouth, the esophagus, the stomach...anywhere along
the line, it should be a presumptive diagnosis
Oct 22 08 11:16 PM
The 110th Congress is in recess and will not return unless there are emergency measures to consider. Congress will
remain adjourned until the 111th Congress is seated on 3 Jan 09. All bills not enacted during a 2 year Congressional session are dead when a new Congress
begins its session.
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AND not to any person who served aboard navy or coast guard ships, regardless of how close to shore or anchorage in any harbor or inland water, if that
individual did not "step foot" on Vietnamese soil and has official documentation to prove that. These individuals are also not entitled to the
"presumptive exposure" allowance and therefore not eligable for VA compensation for Agent
Orange-related diseases. www.bluewaternavy.org
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I have a question concerning cysts and non-malignant lymphoma. Since Vietnam, I have grown many cysts and lymphomas on my back and shoulders. The lymphoma
(so far) have been non-malignant, however, the last one I had removed had grown deep into a muscle and has caused difficulty with the muscle and significant
pain. Is that something that is associated with Agent Orange (boots on ground and boots in the jungle).
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