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Thursday, June 23, 2011

Getting marriage can help cancer patients to survive

/ On : 3:34 PM
Health-Net: Getting married is one of the most beautiful moments in life. However, many cancer survivors afraid to get married for fear of wasting time and it will bother others.

In fact, according to a study conducted in the United States, cancer patients may increase the chances of healing of malignant cells in their bodies by getting married.

As in reports from the Daily Mail, a study conducted by Penn State College of Medicine and Brigham Young University revealed that cancer patients who get married have a 14 percent lower risk of escape from death. This occurs both with men and women.

The study also showed that the patient's condition can be diagnosed early. They are also more willing to take aggressive treatment such as chemotherapy.

However, researchers do not yet know how the institution of marriage can help cancer patients to survive. They speculate, the couple can care for and encourage the spirit to overcome the disease.

According to Sven Wilson, co-author and professor from Brigham Young University, the most important key to controlling the healing process is the stage at which cancer was detected. This is what underlies the next step after diagnosis.

With a partner, the patient will be helpful in determining the types of problems. So quick to take action, he said.

But unfortunately, the study published in the journal Cancer Epidemiology comparison did not examine the health of people with cancer who are married and unmarried.

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