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Colorectal Cancer :

About the Colorectal : Colorectal cancer occurs when healthy cells in the colon or rectum lining alter and grow out of control, causing a tumor. Tumors can be malignant or noncancerous. A malignant tumor is one that has the potential to develop and spread to other regions of the body. The term “benign tumor” refers … Read more

Cervical Cancer

About the Cervix In the female reproductive system, the cervix is the lowest, thin section of the uterus. During pregnancy, the uterus houses a developing foetus. The cervix connects the lowest section of the uterus to the vagina and creates the birth canal with the vagina. Cervical cancer develops when healthy cells on the cervix’s … Read more

Breast Cancer

About the breast The breast is made up of many tissues that range from highly fatty to very dense. A network of lobes exists inside this tissue. Each lobe is made up of lobules, which are little tube-like structures that contain milk glands. The glands, lobules, and lobes are linked by small ducts that transport … Read more

Lymphoma Non-Hodgkin

About The Lymphatic System The lymphatic system is made up of narrow tubes and clusters of tiny bean-shaped structures called lymph nodes that are found all over the body. The belly, groyne, pelvis, chest, underarms, and neck have the biggest groupings of lymph nodes. The lymphatic system transports lymph, a colourless fluid containing lymphocytes, a … Read more