Cancer Types

Cancer Types

Cancer Types

Cancer has the potential to affect every organ in the body.

Cancer is a broad term used to encompass several malignant diseases. There are over 100 different types of cancer, affecting various parts of the body. Each type of cancer is unique with its own causes, symptoms, and methods of treatment. Like with all groups of disease, some types of cancer are more common than others.

Zuvius Lifesciences attempted, and shared below various information on Cancer types for education purpose to spread awareness about different types of cancer, including symptoms, risk factors, diagnosis, prevention, treatment, support and statistics.  View more to know about selected cancer type from the list below: 

 

Adrenal Cancer

Cancer is the growth of abnormal cells that take over neighbouring cells and tissues and, at later stages, also spread to organs.

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Bile Duct Cancer

The Bile Ducts are a series of thin tubes that collect bile from the liver and gall bladder and pass it to the small intestine. Two Bile Ducts originate from the liver and one comes from the gallbladder, they join to form the common Bile Duct.

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Bladder Cancer

An abnormal growth of cells that starts invading the normal cells around it is called Cancer. When these abnormal tumor cells are present in the bladders, they lead to bladder cancer...

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Bone Cancer

Bone is a rigid organ that constitutes part of the vertebrate skeleton. It consists majorly of collagen and calcium phosphate.

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Brain Cancer (Adult)

Cancer is the growth of abnormal cells that take over neighbouring cells and tissues and, at later stages, also spread to organs. When such cells start at the brain and/or spinal cord, they cause brain cancer...

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Brain Cancer (Child)

Cancer is the growth of abnormal cells that take over neighbouring cells and tissues and, at later stages, also spread to organs. When such cells start in thebrain or spinal cord, they cause brain cancer...

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Breast Cancer

The female breast is essentially made up of milk-producing glands called as lobules and tiny tubes called ducts which carry the secreted milk from lobules to the nipple.

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Cancer in Children

The types of cancers that develop in children are often different from the types that develop in adults. Childhood cancers are often the result of DNA changes in cells that take place very early in life, sometimes even before birth.

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CervicalCancer

Cancer is the growth of abnormal cells that take over neighbouring cells and tissues and, at later stages, also spread to organs. Cervical cancers do not suddenly change into cancer...

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Colon Cancer

Cancer is the growth of abnormal cells that take over neighbouring cells and tissues and, at later stages, also spread to organs.

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Eye Cancer

An abnormal growth of cells that starts invading the normal cells around it is called Cancer. When these abnormal tumor cells are present in the eyes, they lead to eye cancer.

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Endometrial Cancer

Cancer is the growth of abnormal cells that take over neighbouring cells and tissues and, at later stages, also spread to organs. When such cells start at the endometrium they cause ...

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Kidney Cancer

An abnormal growth of cells that starts invading the normal cells around it is called Cancer. When these abnormal tumor cells are present in the kidneys, they lead to kidney cancer.

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Liver Cancer

An abnormal growth of cells that starts invading the normal cells around it is called Cancer. When these abnormal tumor cells are present in the livers, they lead to liver cancer...

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Lung Cancer

An abnormal growth of cells that starts invading the normal cells around it is called Cancer. When these abnormal tumor cells...

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Lung carcinoid tumour

Cancer is the growth of abnormal cells that take over neighbouring cells and tissues and, at later stages...

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Lymphoma of the skin

Cancer is the growth of abnormal cells that take over neighbouring cells and tissues and, at later stages, also spread to organs...

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Melanoma Skin Cancer

Cancer is the growth of abnormal cells that take over neighbouring cells and tissues and, at later stages, also spread to organs. When such cells start at the skin, they cause skin cancer.

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Non-small cell lung Cancer

Cancer is the growth of abnormal cells that take over neighbouring cells and tissues and, at later stages, also spread to organs.

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Oesophagus Cancer

Cancer is the growth of abnormal cells that take over neighbouring cells and tissues and, at later stages, also spread to organs.

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Oral Cancer

The uncontrolled growth of mutated cells in the oral region is called oral cancer. The term oral cancer includes cancers of the mouth and the pharynx. It encompasses the lips, the inside lining of the lips and cheeks, the teeth, the gums, most of the tongue, the bottom of the mouth, and the bony roof of the mouth, or hard palate.

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Ovarian Cancer

Cancer is the growth of abnormal cells that take over neighbouring cells and tissues and, at later stages, also spread to organs.

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Pancreatic Cancer

Cancer is the growth of abnormal cells that take over neighbouring cells and tissues and, at later stages, also spread to organs...

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Penile Cancer

Penile cancer develops in or on the penis. Cancer is the growth of abnormal cells that take over neighbouring cells and tissues and, at later stages, also spread to organs.

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Sinus Cancer

The nasal cavity is the space just behind the nose through which air passes to the throat. The paranasal sinuses are air-filled areas that surround the nasal cavity.

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Skin Cancer

Cancer is the growth of abnormal cells that take over neighbouring cells and tissues and, at later stages, also spread to organs...

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Stomach Cancer

Stomach cancer, also called gastric cancer, is a disease in which malignant cells form in the lining of the stomach. Stomach cancer generally develops slowly and do not show any prominent sign or symptom.

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Throat Cancer

Throat is a 5-inch-long tube that runs from nose to neck. Throat Cancer is a compilation that includes Cancer of the mouth, tonsils, nose, sinuses, salivary glands and neck lymph nodes.

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Thyroid Cancer

The Thyroid gland is about 2 inch long, butterfly shaped organ located on the front side of the throat. It is one of the largest endocrine glands.

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Uterine Cancer

Uterus is a hollow pear shaped pelvic organ located between the bladder and rectum. The uterus is also known as the womb, where the fetus development occurs. The uterus sits in an inverted position within the pelvic cavity of the torso.

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Retinoblastoma Cancer

Retinoblastoma (Rb) is a rare form of cancer that rapidly develops from immature cells of the retina. It is a malignant cancer of the eye, found exclusively in young children below 7 years of age.

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Prostate Cancer

Prostate is a gland found only in males and is a vital part of male reproductive system. The prostate gland makes fluid that forms part of semen. It lies just below the bladder in front of the rectum. It surrounds the urethra.

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Testicular Cancer

Testicles are part of the male reproductive system. The testicles are 2 egg-shaped glands located inside the scrotum. The scrotum is a sac of loose skin that hangs beneath the base of the penis.

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