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What is cancer?


What is cancer?
What is cancer?

Cancer is a disease that affects the cells (cells) that underlie the body. Before we learn about this disease, let's see how normal cells turn into cancer cells! Our body is made up of a variety of cells. These cells grow and multiply to form a healthy, healthy body. . When something goes wrong in this balanced process, new cells start to form. Older cells survive beyond their time span. These excess cells appear in the body as a tumor. Not all tumors are cancerous. Non-cancerous tumors are not life-threatening. Such tumors do not recur if surgically removed; They do not spread to other parts of the body. Untreated cancer cells grow uncontrollably. They invade and destroy other surrounding tissues. They spread to other parts of the body via blood and lymph nodes. This, in turn, affects the movement of the organ and causes death. Cancer is not an epidemic. Men have more cancer in the lungs, stomach, intestines, esophagus, prostate glands, and women in the breast, lungs, stomach, intestines, and cervix. Studies show that the number of people with cancer increases annually.

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