May 29, 2019
Melanoma is a cancer of the lymphatic system that begins in the cells, almost anywhere. It affects white blood cells called lymphocytes that help combat disease inside the body. Because it’s in the blood, it can spread to other parts of the body. The main symptom is enlarged lymph nodes that do not go away. They’re usually painless, but pain can start if the glands begin pressing on organs or structures in the body.
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Dr. Tom (Thomas Incledon) is the founder and CEO of Causenta Wellness, and the Causenta Cancer Treatment Center in Scottsdale, Arizona. Doctor Tom's mission at Causenta is to "Kill cancer once and for all with minimal side effects". Join Doctor Tom and the team at Causenta as he answers important questions about cancer treatment and wellness.