(Covid-19 (colon cancer)). CO VID-19 (colon cancer nineteen) is a very rare condition caused by a newly discovered virus. This newly discovered virus is a novel coronaviruses that has recently spread all over the globe. It is believed to spread mostly through close physical contact from human to human. The disease is not well known in the western world, and only a few cases have been reported, mostly in those that have had peritoneal mesothelioma (the cancer of the abdominal wall).
However, we are not aware that the disease is newly discovered. The disease is one more deadly than many other contagious forms of cancer. The most common type of contagious cancers is cervical cancer, however there are other less common types. Many of these cancers affect the heart muscle or lungs. The most common symptoms of covid-19 are shortness of breath and coughing, heart muscle weakness and palpitations. The shortness of breath is normally due to the decreased oxygen level in the blood stream and the coughing is caused by the inflammation of the bronchial tubes.
If you have difficulty breathing on your own or if you are experiencing shortness of breath, then it is recommended that you seek immediate medical attention. The first thing that the doctor will do is to perform a CT scan or X-ray to see if the cancer has spread. It is not possible to identify the particular virus causing the Covid-19 symptoms, but it is assumed that it is some sort of a strain of HPV (human papillomavirus). If the tests for cancer are negative, then the next step will be to conduct a biopsy of the lymph nodes in the neck and armpit area. If the biopsies reveal that the cancer is indeed present, then the doctor will choose to operate on the patient and remove the affected cells from the lymph nodes, possibly using an arm-tissue graft.