Cancer articles

Breast cancer
Breast Cancer - Risk Factors   (1 comments) Breast cancer is the most common cancer and it causes most deaths among women. Understanding the risk factors helps us to identify women most likely to have cancer and reduce its incidence.
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Cancer   Article saved: 24 February 2013
 
Breast cancer
Breast Cancer - Symptoms, Diagnosis and Testing Breast cancer is the most common cancer and what causes the most deaths among women. This text tells about symptoms, self examination and diagnosis of breast cancer.
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Cancer   Article saved: 29 January 2013
 
Pill and cancer
Can Contraceptive Pills Cause Cancer? The contraceptive pill is an extremely effective method of contraception, with a success rate of about 97%, reaching incredible 99.9% if taken correctly. These results become oral contraceptives the most popular methods of contraception throughout the world. Currently, about 10% of women of childbearing age use the pill regularly as contraception.
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Cancer   Article saved: 07 December 2015
 
Dividing cancer cell
Cancer - Symptoms and Types   (1 comments) Cancer is not a single disease but a collection of diseases. Understand better what cancer is and find out the main symptoms.
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Cancer   Article saved: 13 March 2012
 
Renal carcinoma
Kidney Cancer - Clear Cell Carcinoma Kidney cancer, also called by some hypernephroma, is a relatively common form of cancer, accounting for approximately 3% of all malignancies in men and women. clear cell carcinoma is the most common type of kidney cancer, accounting for over 90% of cases.
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Cancer   Article saved: 30 May 2016
 
Lipoma on neck and arm
Lipoma - Causes and Treatment The lipoma is a benign tumor composed of fat cells (adipocytes). Lipomas usually grow in the subcutaneous tissue, i.e. just below the skin. However, although less common, it is also possible occurrence of deeper lipomas, which arise in the muscles, nerves, or internal organs in the abdominal cavity.
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Cancer   Article saved: 02 March 2016
 
Lung cancer
Lung Cancer - Cigarette and Other Risk Factors Lung cancer is the most common cancer, which causes most deaths worldwide. To get an idea of the aggressiveness of this tumor, you should know that the mortality of lung cancer is higher than that of breast, prostate and bowel together.
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Cancer   Article saved: 01 May 2013
 
Blood cells
Myelodysplasia - Myelodysplastic Syndrome (MDS) The myelodysplastic syndrome, also called myelodysplasia or MDS is a group of blood disorders characterized by the inability of the bone marrow stem cells to develop into mature, functional blood cells. Myelodysplastic syndrome is predominantly a disease of older people and presents clinically with anemia and drop in the number of white blood cells and platelets. One of the main complications of myelodysplasia is its transformation into leukemia.
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Cancer   Article saved: 04 January 2017
 
Prostate gland
Prostate Cancer - Symptoms and Treatment Prostate cancer is the most common malignancy in males (except for skin cancers) and the second for causing more deaths, being second only to lung cancer.
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Cancer   Article saved: 13 August 2012
 
Red meat
Red Meat Really Cause Cancer? In late October 2015, the World Health Organization (WHO) released a report of the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IACR, its acronym in English) in which the processed red meats are now classified as carcinogens Group 1 of the IARC , the same group to which the cigarette, asbestos and ionizing radiation belong. For those not familiar with the term a carcinogenic substance is one that is capable of stimulating the development of a cancer in the body.
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Cancer   Article saved: 18 August 2014
 
Schiller test
Schiller Test - Screening of Cervical Cancer Schiller test is a test that can be used during gynecological examination to help the doctor find areas with suspicious lesions in the cervix.
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Cancer   Article saved: 12 April 2016
 
Melanoma
Skin Cancer - Melanoma Skin cancer is the most common human malignancy. It accounts for about 25% of all malignancies. There are basically three types of skin cancer:
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Cancer   Article saved: 05 June 2012
 
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