Archive for the ‘Cancers’ Category

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Bladder Cancer

What is it? Cells that grow abnormally in the bladder can form tumors. This is known as bladder cancer. WebMD states that most bladder cancer is detected in its early stages. When found in its early stages, bladder cancer is easily treatable and will not

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Breast Cancer

What is it? When a cancer that has its origins in the tissue of the breast, it is called breast cancer, and usually affects the tissue that lines the inside of the milk ducts, and the areas known as lobules, which provide milk to such

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Colon Cancer

What is it? Nowadays, colon cancer is more commonly referred to as colorectal cancer. This is because it has been discovered that colon cancer and rectal cancer are basically the same cancer. Uncontrolled cancerous cell growth begins in the bowel wall, works its way into

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Lung Cancer

What is it? Lung cancer is one of the most prominent kinds of cancer in North America, causing the most deaths in both men and women. It also happens to be more preventable than most kinds of cancers. Lung cancer happens when the tissue cells

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Melanoma

What is it? Melanoma is the most malignant type of skin cancer which occurs less frequently then other types of skin cancer, but it is still a serious concern for many Americans. As with any type of cancer, early detection can significantly increase the chances

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Prostate Cancer

What is it? Prostate cancer is a form of cancer that has its origins in the prostate, which is a gland that is an important part of the male reproductive system. Usually cancers of the prostate are slow to develop, but there are instances when

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