Mind tumor with Tantalization and obsessesive idea of cancer is more painful and frightening than actual pathological tumor of tissue as it leads one to desperation and despair.
Cancer is abnormal growth and proliferation of any type of body cells by dividing the cell abnormally. It may concisely be called multiplication and replication of cells in rapid succession. The very idea/imagination or concept of cancer is very deadening, frightening’ painful and tormenting. The psychological cancer or mind tumor of mind is more torturing than pathological or histological cancer. The fear of cancer rather cancer phobia is so prevalent in populations thatpeople have started having” mind cancer” mind cancer is not actual/factual cancer but pre cancerous state. Some people are so compulsively obsessed with the idea of cancer that they constantly think of cancer, but nothing else. Their mind is so distracted that it is always preoccupied with the idea of cancer. They presume that they have cancer of breast, cancer of liver or brain cancer or cancer of any other body part which they imagine. Tantalization of cancer in minds of people is increasing day by day. Out of sheer despair and desperation thy constantly touch or rub the parts which they tantalize as cancerous. More or less it becomes a compulsive act. The prevalence of such type of psychological states of mind is growing in weak nervous and hysterical constitutions. Once the idea of cancer enters in their mind or there is slight vague pain in breast or slight discharge from nipple, they are fixed in their ideas that they have cancer and they go on changing doctor after doctor and resort to all type of screening techniques to assure them that they have no cancer. The persons possessing these type of constitutions area highly sensitive to slightest pain in their body parts. Psychologically these hypersensitive dispositions may be termed as hysterical constitutions. Hysterical subjects blow the minor pain, injury or symptom out of proportion. The cancer pain problem afflicts millions of people world wide annually.
Now let us analyze the pathological pain accompanying the malignancy. The pain is thought to be the inevitable and inseparable accompaniment of malignancy. But the fact is contrary to this most prevalent