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Breast Cancer

Breast Cancer

Cancer developing in the cells of the breast is breast cancer. In either the lobules or the ducts of the breast, cancer originates. The lobules are the glands producing milk and the pathways through which the milk travels from the glands to the nipple are the ducts....

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Laryngeal Cancer

Laryngeal Cancer

When malignant or cancerous cells develop in the larynx, it is laryngeal cancer, a type of throat cancer. Now let’s explain here what the larynx is. It is the voice box and the location of it is in our throat. We can breathe, speak and swallow with the help of this...

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Peritoneal Cancer

Peritoneal Cancer

A type of rare cancer that develops in the thin layer of epidermal cells lining the inside wall of the abdomen is peritoneal cancer. The name of the lining is the peritoneum. It protects and covers the organs present in the abdomen, which includes intestines, bladder,...

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Cancer Prevention

Cancer is the name of that physical condition when cells in our body start to multiply uncontrollably. This leads to the formation of tumours. There are different types of cancer connected with different body parts. It can spread to other parts of the body from its...

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Lung Cancer Awareness Day

1st August is World Lung Cancer Day. Let’s take this opportunity to discuss some facts about lung cancer. The rapid division of the cells of the lungs in an uncontrollable way leads to this cancer. It can often spread to lymph nodes and other organs in the body. There...

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Head and Neck Cancers

27th July is World Head and Neck Cancer Day. This blog is for those people who don’t know much about head and neck cancers. Cancers in the mouth, tongue, throat, nose or sinuses, salivary glands and middle ear come under head and neck cancers. The doctors normally...

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Vaginal Cancer

Sometimes a rare type of cancer occurs in the vagina, which is vaginal cancer. The vagina, a muscular tube, forms the connection between the uterus with the outer genitals. The lining of the surface of the vagina is the area where this cancer develops in the cells....

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Rectal Cancer

The rectum forms the last six inches of the large intestine (colon). When the cells of the rectum mutate and start growing out of control, rectal cancer develops. If the polyps on the inner wall of the rectum become cancerous, it also leads to this cancer. As age...

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Bladder Cancer

When the cells in the bladder become abnormal and grow out of control leading to the formation of a tumour, the condition is bladder cancer. The location of the bladder, which is a flexible hollow pouch, is in the pelvis. The kidney produces urine and ureters carry it...

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