Adenocarcinoma of the Lung

Adenocarcinoma of the lung is the most common type of non-small cell lung cancer. 


Causes and Treatment of Adenocarcinoma

What causes adenocarcinoma? Smoking cigarettes is of course, the most common cause. It can also be caused by chronic exposure to second hand smoke, exposure to Radon gas, and exposure to asbestos or other toxins.

In some cases, it's difficult to determine the cause of adenocarcinoma. 

The good news is that if you do have this form of lung cancer, it often responds well to treatment, especially when caught early before it spreads and especially when you approach treatment strategically.

It may be removed through surgery and it could be shrunk through radiation. You can also do more to help rid your body of the invader, too. 

Whether your physician suggests wedge resection, lobectomy, targeted treatment, or another treatment and whether or not you have chemotherapy, radiation therapy, or a combination of the above, the best course of action for fighting lung cancer is to work to heal the whole body.


Healing Your Body

While cancer exists in your lungs, the entire body can be toxic, leading to that cancer. You need to, therefore, heal the entire body. There are cancer prevention strategies and cancer fighting strategies that can help you work with your doctor to ensure that you are able to maximize your chances of healing.  

While the prognosis for adenocarcinoma of the lung does have statistics based on averages and historical data, the information available and the power of your mindset can help you fight in spite of what statistics say is the survival rate is, on average, beyond five years.

cancerfightingstrategies can include: 


Oxygenation of the body

Trying to adjust your pH level from acidic to alkaline

Taking enzymes to fight cancer, and    

Infusing the body with healthy food and drink choices


These strategies can help to improve your immune response so that you fight off cancer without being left weakened.  

Even when end stages of cancer are diagnosed, there are therapies and treatments that can help with pain relief, increase your vitality, and in some cases, help you find a miracle when the oncologist has told you to make your final arrangements. 

Adenocarcinoma of the lung does not have to be a death sentence. Your mindset and your overall approach as well as the approach your doctor(s) take, can all contribute to being able to fight cancer.

http://www.cancerfightingstrategies.com provides a wealth of information for fighting cancer.