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Understanding Cancer Series: Cancer - National Cancer Institute

A second group of genes implicated in cancer are the "tumor suppressor genes." Tumor suppressor genes are normal genes whose ABSENCE can lead to cancer.

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Source: www.cancer.gov

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Understanding Cancer Series: Cancer - National Cancer Institute

They resemble proto-oncogenes in that they code for the production of proteins involved in growth control. However, oncogenes code for an altered version (or excessive quantities) of these growth-control proteins, thereby disrupting a cell's growth-signaling pathway.

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Source: www.cancer.gov

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Metastatic Cancer - National Cancer Institute

The process by which cancer cells spread to other parts of the body is called metastasis. Different types of cancer are more likely to spread to certain areas in the body than others.

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Source: www.cancer.gov

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Kidney Cancer - National Cancer Institute

Kidney Cancer - National Cancer Institute Kidney Cancer - National Cancer Institute There are two kidneys, one on each side of the spine, above the waist. The kidneys clean the blood to take out waste and make urine.

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Source: www.cancer.gov

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WHO | Cancer

Cancer is the uncontrolled growth of cells, which can invade and spread to distant sites of the body. Cancer can have severe health consequences, and is a leading cause of death.

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Source: www.who.int

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Testicular Cancer - National Cancer Institute

The testicles make sperm and the hormone testosterone. Testicular cancer is the most common cancer in men 15-34 years of age.

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Source: www.cancer.gov

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Oral Cancer - National Cancer Institute

Oral Cancer - National Cancer Institute Oral Cancer - National Cancer Institute See the online booklet What You Need

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Source: www.cancer.gov

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Lung Cancer - National Cancer Institute

Lung Cancer - National Cancer Institute Lung Cancer - National Cancer Institute The lungs are a pair of cone-shaped breathing organs inside the chest. The lungs bring oxygen into the body when breathing in and send carbon dioxide out of the body when breathing out.

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Source: www.cancer.gov

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Cancer | Overview

Some common cancers are easier to treat and cure if they are found early. If the tumor is found when it is still small and has not yet spread, curing the cancer can be easy.

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Source: es.familydoctor.org

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Cancer Genomics - National Cancer Institute

This knowledge has improved our understanding of the biology of cancer and led to new methods of diagnosing and treating the disease. Over the past decade, large-scale research projects have begun to survey and catalog the genomic changes associated with a number of types of cancer.

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Source: www.cancer.gov

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Cancer Topic Searches: Cancer Genetics - National Cancer Institute

Cancer Topic Searches: Cancer Genetics - National Cancer Institute Cancer Topic Searches: Cancer Genetics - National C

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Cancer | Complications

Some common cancers are easier to treat and cure if they are found early. If the tumor is found when it is still small and has not yet spread, curing the cancer can be easy.

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Source: es.familydoctor.org