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What Is Cancer?

Cancer is a disease in which cells grow uncontrollably and are not able to die. In the human body, there are many types of cells that make up the different tissues, organs, and systems. These cells grow and divide to form new healthy cells as needed by the body. But when cancer starts, these healthy new cells start to grow out of control and can form lumps or masses called tumors. Cancer is an uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells in a part of the body such as the breast or lung.

The cancerous tumors can invade nearby tissue or spread through the bloodstream and lymphatic system to other parts of the body such as your liver, brain, or bone marrow.

Bone & Soft Tissue Cancer

Cancer that starts in bones or muscles is called a sarcoma. Sarcomas of the bone and soft tissue are the most common types.

Breast Cancer

When breast cells grow out of control, it is called breast cancer. There is a possibility that it will start in one breast or both.

Brain & Spine Cancer

A childhood brain or spinal cord tumor is caused by abnormal cells forming in the tissues.

Gynecologic Cancer

Cancer that begins in the reproductive system of a woman is known as gynecologic cancer. Different types of gynecologic cancer begin in different parts of the pelvis

Cancer Types


Head & Neck Cancer

Cancer that arises in the head or neck region (such as the nasal cavity, sinuses, lips, mouth, salivary glands, throat, or larynx).

Lung & Chest Cancer

It is a type of cancer in which the lungs are affected. During inhalation, your lungs take in oxygen and release carbon dioxide as you exhale.

Skin Cancer

Your skin cells develop cancer when their DNA becomes mutated. The mutation causes uncontrollable growth of skin cells and the growth of cancerous cells

Stomach & Intestinal Cancer

This is a type of cancer that begins in the stomach and involves the abnormal growth of cells. It is located just beneath the rib cage in the upper middle of your abdomen.

Urologic Cancer

Male and female urinary systems and male reproductive systems are affected by urologic cancers.

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