Brain Cancer

Cancer: Men more likely to develop tumour than women due to ‘intrinsic biological differen [Video]

Naga Munchetty mortified as she laughs at brain cancer joke

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Canceris defined by the NHS as “a condition where cells in a specific part of the body grow and reproduce uncontrollably. The cancerous cells can invade and destroy surrounding health tissue, including organs”. As the cancer spreads, it becomes harder and harder to treat. However, if the cancer can be caught in the place where it began before it spreads, the likelihood of long-term survival is much higher. In the UK, the most common forms of cancer are breast, lung, prostate, and bowel cancer. While each of these cancers have risk factors which can be controlled, others have risk factors which can’t, …

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