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  1. Understanding Skin Cancer And Its types

    Understanding Skin Cancer And Its types

    In the United States, skin cancer is one of the most common cancer and every year thousands of people are diagnosed by the skin cancer. Skin is the largest organ of the body and is made up of cells. It performs various functions including, protection against chemicals, biological assailants and it also plays a role in thermoregulation. The skin is composed of two main layers - epidermis, dermis.

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  2. Knowing Some Types Of Cancer

    Knowing Some Types Of Cancer

    Cancer is one of the most life-threatening diseases that impair the quality of life to a great extent. There are more than hundred types of cancer and people across the world can suffer from any type. Some of the types of cancer and their effects on an individual’s health are:

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  3. Know about Colorectal Cancer before it eats up entire America- 1

    Know about Colorectal Cancer before it eats up entire America- 1

    If you are following up the news lately, you must have heard a lot about Colorectal Cancer, as we are celebrating this march as national colorectal cancer awareness month. And believe me, this is high time we need to be aware about the same. In 2017 in the US, an estimated 135,430 people will be diagnosed with colorectal cancer and about 50,260 people will die from the disease.

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  4. How life-threatening Vulvar Cancer is?

    How life-threatening Vulvar Cancer is?

    A rare kind of cancer called vulvar cancer usually affects the vulva which is the external genital area of a female body. It most likely takes place in the outer lips of the vagina. It has mostly been found in women over 60 yrs of age during periodic pelvic exams after menopause.

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  5. How we managed to combat Cancer : 2 Short Stories

    How we managed to combat Cancer : 2 Short Stories

    This is the story of Sophia Anagnostou. She was a lively and chirpy girl who used to love her life and enjoy it to the fullest. She was always smiling. One day, when she was just 12 yrs old and finishing her 6th standard, she started having breathing problems, headache, cough etc. Her skin was growing pale day by day.

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  6. Are genes responsible for cancer?

    Are genes responsible for cancer?

    The pieces of DNA (Deoxyribonucleic acid) in the cells that instruct the cells in the body about their growth and bifurcation are termed as genes. They control the functioning of cells and their life. According to the researchers, there are about 30,000 different genes in each cell of human body. 

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  7. Ovarian Cancer - Threat to women

    Ovarian Cancer - Threat to women

    According to a research, ovarian cancer is the fifth main causes of cancer deaths among women. Every year, about 22,000 people will be diagnosed with ovarian cancer. When the cancerous cells start growing in an ovary, it results in ovarian cancer.

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  8. Do you know the 3 Different kinds of Tumors?

    Do you know the 3 Different kinds of Tumors?

    A small clump of tissue that may be solid but is filled with fluid are tumors. When cells in the body grow abnormally and form a lump or swelling, it may be the sign of a tumor. The Tumor is also called neoplasm which is an abnormal new growth of cells. 

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  9. How stem cell transplant cures Cancer?

    How stem cell transplant cures Cancer?

    Stem cell transplant, commonly called Bone marrow transplant is a treatment for some types of cancer. It is an effective treatment for leukemia and lymphoma. Some blood diseases are also treated with the stem cell transplant treatment.

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  10. Do you know everything about breast cancer?

    Do you know everything about breast cancer?

    According to the research, 1 out of every 8 women in The United States will develop breast cancer within her lifetime. Men are also diagnosed with breast cancer but there are far fewer men as compared to women who got the treatment for breast cancer. 

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