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What Is Thyroid Cancer?

What Is Thyroid Cancer?

THYROID is a gland, which is a small organ, located in the front part of the neck around the windpipe called TRACHEA.

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Can Leukemia Cause Lymphoma?

Can Leukemia Cause Lymphoma?

LEUKEMIA is the cancer of the blood cells. It begins in the cell in the bone marrow. When the cell changes, it becomes a leukemia cell, and these cells may grow and survive better than normal cells.

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Head And Neck Cancer

Head And Neck Cancer

Keep your Head and Neck healthy; they perform a number of important tasks. They help us in movement, to chew, swallow, speak, express with our face and with the movement of our eyes.

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The Hows and Whats of Throat Cancer

The Hows and Whats of Throat Cancer

The passage which leads from the back of the mouth of a person is the throat. It is a muscular tube that starts from behind the nose and ends in the neck.

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What Is Hodgkin Lymphoma?

What Is Hodgkin Lymphoma?

Hodgkin’s Lymphoma can develop anywhere, it mostly starts in the lymph nodes in the upper part of the body, like in the chest, neck or underarms.

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How Dangerous is Skin Cancer

How Dangerous is Skin Cancer

Skin is the largest organ of the body as it covers an area of about 20 square feet. The skin protects us from microbes and other harmful elements. It helps to regulate our body temperature and permits the sensations of touch, heat and cold. This largest organ of the body can also be affected by cancer.

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How Do Eating Difficulties Affect Cancer Patients

How Do Eating Difficulties Affect Cancer Patients

Anything that we eat and nourish and that sustains life is food. Generally, cancer patients face several difficulties once they are diagnosed with the disease, like pain, infertility, dependency, financial challenges, and also eating challenges.

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Why are More Young Adults Getting Cancer?

Why are More Young Adults Getting Cancer?

Cancer is more in young adults than in older adults, maybe on account of mutation in genes, environmental factors and lifestyle. Most of them are between the age groups from 15 and 44 years in both the genders. Nearly 30% of adolescents and young adults are diagnosed with cancer.

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DOES HPV CAUSE CANCER?

DOES HPV CAUSE CANCER?

Cancer cells grow in the body out of control. Cancer is generally named for the part of the body where it starts, even if it spreads to other body parts later.

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