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Cancer Pain
Available Drugs and Overview of Disease & Treatment Options

Available Drugs offers the following Generic Drugs / Generic equivalent of Brand Medications for the treatment of Cancer Pain :
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Aloxi Generic Equivalent Amifostine Generic Drug
Aprecap Generic Equivalent Aprepitant Generic Drug
Emend Generic Equivalent Ethyol Generic Equivalent
Granisetron Generic Drug Kytril Generic Equivalent
Palonosetron Generic Drug
Sancuso Generic Equivalent

Disease Overview

Adrenocortical Carcinoma

Cancer Pain may be a result of any of the different types of cancer tumors; from medications or medical procedures used for the diagnosis and treatment of the disease; or from any changes caused to the skin, the nerves and the tissues and any other bodily changes caused by effect of the tumor or its released hormones on the body's immune system.

Diagnostic and treatment procedures cause a short-term (acute) pain and the disease itself or its treatment effects cause the long-term (chronic) pain. Treatments such as Chemotherapy and Radiotherapy can often result in severe pain which persists a long time even after the treatment of the pathological issue.

Though pain is almost always there in the advanced stages of cancer, more than half of all types of cancer patients having any stage of the disease suffer a moderate or extreme pain which interferes with their sleep, social activities and the daily life, ultimately affecting their whole quality of life.

Opioid drugs like morphine and other therapeutic procedures can eliminate or control the Cancer pain to a very great extent but most of the patients receive care and treatment which is even then less-than-what-is-required

As a matter of ethics, many Cancer-care professionals have now started to inform their patients about the risks and benefits related to the pain management options that can be provided to them, and ensure to take the patients informed consent prior to the start of any adequate pain management.

Treatment Option Overview

Cancer pain management is provided to relieve pain with most minimum of any adverse effects of treatment, and is always targeted to give the patient a reasonable level of functioning and quality of life and and a comparative painless death due to extreme disease condition.

Statistically, though more than 80 to 90 percent of pain instances related to cancer can be well-reduced or eliminated by proper medical intervention, the fact remains that more than half of all patients suffering from cancer pain receive a less than optimal required level of medical care ; and this is the reality even in developed countries.

Cancer is a chronic disease, and pain management procedures should be dynamic for this reality. As the disease progresses or is being cured, there should be, over the disease span, an adaption of the various different treatment modalities to the patients condition.

The patient should be clearly explained by the Treatment Providers as to what is causing the pain and the various treatment options possible for them. In addition to the drug therapy, efforts should be made for a direct modification of the underlying cause, raising the pain bearing capacity of the patient by altering or stimulating the pathways of pain, and also suggesting a modification to the patients lifestyle.

Pain Management can be considered as effective only when it is able to provide relief from the extreme social, psychological and spiritual pain suffered by the patient.