Although the current medical technology has been very advanced, but the difficulty of cancer is still not overcome, cancer is still a very frightening disease.
The more worrying problem is that cancer has a certain genetic tendency, so what should parents do for their children with cancer, and which cancers will be inherited?
Measures to avoid cancer heredity
Some tumors have a clear hereditary tendency, especially for immediate family members, so if parents have cancer patients, they should not only have regular physical examination, but also increase the frequency of physical examination.
In this way, it is possible to take measures immediately after the occurrence of physical abnormalities in order to control the disease after it is found.
So far, the medical technology has made great progress, because some cancers can be prevented by related vaccines, such as cervical cancer patients can be prevented.
If the immediate family members have cervical cancer patients, then the children must be vaccinated in a timely manner.
The appearance of cancer basically also has certain connection with a person’s physical quality, if oneself resistance is relatively poor, the probability that lets cancer cell invade naturally is higher also.
If the parents have cancer, then as children must pay attention to enhance their physical quality, pay attention to nutrition balance, maintain strong enough immunity, can resist cancer.
If you have cancer in your family, be sure to increase your awareness of cancer.
You need to understand why cancer appears? How does cancer worsen? How to prevent it?
Only when you understand cancer can you fight it.
1. Thyroid carcinoma.
If you have thyroid cancer in your immediate family, its inheritance is very strong.
If there were more than three patients among women, children and siblings, the genetic probability of the disease would be as high as 90%.
2. Colorectal cancer.
Colorectal cancer has a very obvious genetic tendency, because colorectal cancer often starts from intestinal polyps, and familial adenomatous polyps have obvious chromosome dominant inheritance, which shows that colorectal cancer has a significant inheritance.
3. Breast cancer.
Studies have found that people who have breast cancer in their parents are three times more likely to develop it.
4. Liver cancer.
Liver cancer also has a genetic predisposition, and it has been confirmed at the genetic level that it is best to have a comprehensive liver examination, regardless of the child’s physical condition, if there are patients with liver cancer in their parents.
About Cancer Genetics
The genetic phenomenon of cancer is caused by chromosomal aberrations.
The normal human body has 46 chromosomes per cell, and various carcinogenic factors can cause chromosomal aberrations that make chromosomes different in number and shape from those in normal cells, and this chromosomal aberration is sometimes passed on to offspring. To give the next generation a chance of getting cancer.
However, people who are at risk of developing cancer do not necessarily have cancer. They are just more likely to have cancer than the average person.
The occurrence of cancer depends on internal and external causes, cancer constitution only has a certain internal cause, if coupled with external carcinogenic factors, such as radiation, smoking, and so on, cancer will occur.
Cancer genetics and probability
Cancer is indeed genetic, but there is no need to panic too much, disease (including cancer) is the result of a combination of multiple factors, including internal and external causes, internal factors refers to genetic aspects, accounting for about 30%; External causes include lifestyle accounting for about 60%, social conditions, medical conditions, and natural conditions accounting for about 10%.
Inheritance accounts for only 30% of the total, which is a relatively small proportion. More attention should be paid to external causes.
In addition, with the progress of society, especially the completion of the World Human Genome Project, early cancer screening can be achieved by means of gene testing.
Scientific Research: cure rate of 80%-95% in early stage, 20%-30% in Middle stage, and less than 10% in late stage.