The COVID-19 pandemic and the efforts to stop it from spreading have had a heavy impact on the cancer community. The effect of the COVID-19 pandemic extends beyond the capacity to acquire healthcare services, disruptions and delays in receiving healthcare have a long-term impact on cancer patients' health and disease management. Cancer patients' and caregivers’ mental health has been severely impacted by the confluence of medical and financial stress in many cases. Cancer and its treatment can impair one's immune system and limit one's capacity to fight infections caused by viruses like coronavirus, putting patients at a higher risk of consequences.

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Starting or sustaining an exercise regimen may feel like the last thing on your mind post a cancer diagnosis. However, spending too much time resting or sitting might result in decreased physical function, muscular weakness, and range of motion. Exercise is safe and beneficial for a majority of individuals before, during, and after cancer treatment, according to research. It can help you enhance your quality of life and give you more energy to accomplish the activities you like. Physical activity may also assist you in coping with treatment adverse effects. In addition, several studies have connected regular physical exercise to generally a longer life expectancy.

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Skin damage caused by UV radiation

Skin damage caused by UV radiation  UV radiation is a type of electromagnetic radiation that is emitted by the sun as well as man-made sources such as tanning beds and welding torches. Understanding the fundamentals of UV radiation is a critical first step in learning how to protect yourself from skin damage caused by it. UV rays are a type of non-ionizing radiation that can damage a cell's DNA (genes), potentially leading to cancer. However, UV rays lack the energy to penetrate the body, thus their primary effect is on the skin. 

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Cancer – Prevention and Treatment

Cancer is caused due to body cells multiplying at an abnormal rate. Cancer can affect different organs of the body and it undergoes various mutations. The genetic makeup of an individual has an influence over the type of cancer that they are affected with. But cancer can be prevented, and some measures that can help

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Are Supplements essential during Cancer treatment?

When you’re diagnosed with cancer, it becomes essential that you take supplements other than your routine food intake and medications, as suggested by your doctor. Supplements are generally essential vitamins and minerals, that help you strengthen the immune system and help contain the side effects, to an extent, that are caused due to chemotherapy and

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Novel drug delivery systems in cancer therapy

It is a well-known fact that cancer is a dreadful disease and the number of patients being affected is increasing every day. To tackle this, we need to continuously look for reliable therapy options. While, conventional chemotherapy is beneficial, novel drug delivery systems have proven to be contributing to improving clinical outcomes in appropriate patients.

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