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  • Why People With Liver (or hepatic ) Cancer Should Die in Short - Time?

    Nasim Habibzadeh 1      

    1PhD in Sport Science, Department of Sport Science, Teesside University, UK

    Received 14 Dec 2018; Accepted 14 Dec 2018; Published 14 Dec 2018;

    Copyright©  2018 Nasim Habibzadeh

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    Nasim Habibzadeh (2018) Why People With Liver (or hepatic ) Cancer Should Die in Short - Time?. International Physiology Journal - 2(1):9-10.
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    DOI10.14302/issn.2578-8590.ipj-18-2547

    Introduction

    The world population are rapidly increasing per second (60 sec) and this means human numbers increase every 24 hours .Overall total world population is 7 billion now. Net increase in world population is along with increased demands for health and well-being services. The requisite for national - health care system in part is highly growing for aged population 1.

    The demand of ageing population at the end of life account for major concerns for health and social care systems since some of the elderly in old age have to challenge with dramatically health conditions such as uncurable cancers 2. Cancers problems are a cross national cancers nowadays and dimensions of cancer burden are challenges ahead in wide ranges 3.

    Aging account for an important risk factors for cancers and some elderly health ‘needs never could be reported and the cancers can simply develop among them 4.This impeding situation can be associated with different medical, social and economic issues 5.

    Older adults have weaker immune system and frail to impact different cancers. In this relation ,some cells in human body with advancing old age can grow multiple than usual which can affect other organs and enhance the chance of getting cancers. A destructive phenomenon such as virus and chronic inflammation also that is hard to eradicate can impact elderly to get cancer 6, 7 .

    Poor dietary habits directly can devolve several cancers in old people. Some kind of diets such as processed and red meat and salt-preserved foods, can increase the risk of developing cancer in older adults whilst others foods high in fibre such as fruits, vegetables and can reduce the risk of different cancer 8. Some other widespread factors such as some cancer-causing chemicals, radiation, obesity, hormones, and lack of exercise and smoking progress various cancers 9.

    Among different cancer chronic kidney disease such as liver or hepatic cancer is common cancer between elderly nowadays. In individual with live cancer, the liver totally will be damaged and will not have any function anymore. Weaker immunome in elderly system and inappropriate diets (i.e. Salty food and lack of vitamin B&C) and poor healthy life style are main factors at which develop liver cancers 10.

    Chemotherapy is common treatment with drugs to destroy cancer cells in patient with liver cancers. It is believed ,chemotherapy is a powerful cancer-killing medications to slow the spread of liver cancer. There are also other different treatments for liver cancer including surgery and specific drugs ,although it depends on in what stage the liver cancer patient is (i.e. primality or secondary) 11.

    However, chemotherapy and surgery and other targeted drugs are always not successful to keep the patient with liver cancer alive for a long time and in many cases the patients with liver cancer die in short-term. With advancing age older adults (i.e. After 50 year) are required to have free -ultrasound scan every year to diagnosis any unwanted illness such cancers. In early stage any disease such as cancers can be prevented or cured. The worldwide attempts are required to increase life - span and save the life of many elderly induvial in this conditions. Exploring other conventual therapy which could combat and destroy the liver cancer is necessitate also.

    Acknowledgements

    I devote this article to my mother soul which dead from liver cancer in short- term . I hope this could be prevented for other individual with the same conditions.

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