Yes for some, it will.
But it isn't the cancer itself that causes it, but the chemotherapy treatment that some will undergo. In these cases the chance of losing your hair is very real.
Chemotherapy agents used in the treatment of Breast cancer act by destroying rapidly dividing cells. Since cancers are made of rapidly dividing cells, these agents work relatively well at treating the cancer. But other cells of the body also rapidly divide. These include cells that form hair.
Whether or not your hair falls out after a chemo session depends mostly on the type and dose of medication you'll receive.
Breast cancer and stomach cancer
can cervical cancer cause hair loss
Cancer medications cause severe hair loss.
Velcade can cause hair loss, since it is a cancer drug, it may lead to hair loss.
These are for example drugs against cancer.
The Cancer itself doesn't usually cause hair loss. It's usually related to the treatment (chemotherapy) as well as stress.
Cancer itself does not cause hair loss. The drugs used in the treatment of cancer can cause hair loss. Very intense chemotherapy usually causes hair loss because the chemotherapy effects any fast growing cells and both cancer and many cells in the body fall into that category. Hair is always growing so those cells are temporarily destroyed.
Short term effects:=Death, Loss of Hair,weaker immune system, loss of weight=
the carcinogen kills the hair from the root causing hair loss and hair breakage , also causes different types of cancer
Yes radiation causes hair loss , as we see it with cancer patients.
There are several symptoms of advanced breast cancer. These include a large, hard, irregular lump in the breast, fatigue, weight loss and loss of appetite.
I think it will not cause hair loss.