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... 30 in each breast. Cancer that starts in the lobes is called lobular cancer (or carcinoma). Cancer that starts in the ducts is called ductal cancer (or carcinoma). Some breast cancers do not spread ...
... arthritis, systemic lupus erythematosus, types of kidney failure or certain cancers, might develop acquired vW. This problem is usually caused by the person producing antibodies against their own clotting ...
... cell damage that can lead to cancer. In particular, eating plenty of tomatoes (even in the form of ketchup!) can reduce the risk of suffering from cancers of the prostrate, lung and stomach. TIP: Include ...
... that isolated doses of UVB radiation (on your annual holiday for example) over a number of years is fundamental to the development of skin cancers, including malignant melanoma.  ...
Bowel cancer is a disease of the bowels. The bowels are part of the digestive system and are divided into the small bowel and the large bowel. Nearly all bowel cancers develop in the large bowel.  ...
Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research Beating Blood Cancers is the only UK charity solely dedicated to research into leukaemia and other blood cancers. Its website provides patient information on all types ...
... age. The other types of primary liver cancers are: cholangiocarcinoma (a cancer that starts in the cells that line the bile ducts), angiosarcoma (a cancer that begins in blood vessels of the liver) ...
It is known that smokers and ex-smokers have a particularly high risk of developing the disease: although most lung cancers are related to smoking, 10% of people with lung cancer have never smoked. However, ...
... the best way of preventing cervical cancer. Early detection can prevent about 75 out of every 100 cancers developing. In the UK, all women between the ages of 25 and 64 are eligible for a free smear ...
... include cadmium, lead or asbestos. Working with blast furnaces or coke-ovens has also been linked to an increased risk of kidney cancer. Most kidney cancers aren’t inherited, but ...
... pressure, diabetes and some cancers. To lose weight you need to combine exercise with a lower calorie diet.  ...
... of a tumour of the adrenal gland itself, or produced because of the release of ACTH from other parts of the body (ectopic ACTH release) such as oat cell or small cell cancers in the lung and carcinoid ...
... of pregnancy, greatly reduces the risk of serious birth defects. It is also thought to protect against cancers of the cervix and colon. How to spot a deficiency A ...
... to protect against some cancers and heart disease. Cut down on sugar and salt. Increase your intake of wholegrain bread and cereals and pulses. Reduce your intake of fatty foods, ...
Most stomach cancers (over 95%) begin in the inner lining of the stomach and are known asadenocarcinoma. The other 5% of stomach cancers are rare, including lymphoma, sarcoma, squamous cell carcinoma ...
Most stomach cancers (over 95%) begin in the inner lining of the stomach and are known asadenocarcinoma. The other 5% of stomach cancers are rare, including lymphoma, sarcoma, squamous cell carcinoma ...
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