Did you know that you can get cancer in your mouth or throat? Learn how to tell the difference between a pesky canker sore or something more serious.Topics and Subtopics: Cancer & Ear, Nose, & Throat
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Cancer is the abnormal and uncontrolled cell growth in a person’s body. Cancerous, or malignant cells divide too quickly for your body to respond and fight off these cells. Cancer can manifest itself almost anywhere in the body, therefore symptoms vary depending on what type of cancer a person has developed.
The American Institute of Cancer Research estimates that 50% of U.S. colorectal cancers could be prevented by eating well, moving more and staying lean. Learn how simple lifestyle choices and preventive screenings may decrease your risk of colorectal cancer.Topics and Subtopics: Cancer & Digestive Disorders
Read our list of items to bring to your next chemotherapy session to help ease your mind and keep you comfortable during treatment.Topics and Subtopics: Cancer
Understand your options when it comes to recurring prostate cancer.Topics and Subtopics: Cancer & Men's Health
Colonoscopies are your best defense against colorectal cancer. Make sure you know what preventive options are available and when the right age is to start focusing on your digestive health.Topics and Subtopics: Cancer , Diagnostic Testing , Digestive Disorders , General Health & Health & Diet