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    10 common cancer symptoms that people ignore

    If you have found a swelling on your body, you should not panic immediately – it will not necessarily be cancer. Of course, tumors are among the common symptoms of this disease, but the cause may be different. You just need to keep a close eye on your health, and if you find symptoms that do not last several months, you should definitely go to a doctor. Your health is the most important thing you have, so you should take good care of it, even if your symptom turns out to be a vain concern. But to do this, you need to know the symptoms that people most often miss…

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    Where does cancer come from and why it continues to become more and more invincible?

    Ageing and bad habits weaken the body and allow the cancer to win the victory over healthy tissues – this, not gene mutations is the main reason for the formation of malignant tumors. History of Cancer The first descriptions of malignant tumors in the history of mankind were made by ancient Egyptians, and the term for the disease – cancer – suggested the ancient Greek doctor Hippocrates. The first operations to remove cancerous lesions were carried out about the I century BC.However, despite all attempts to diagnose and fight the disease, for many centuries, they remained unsuccessful. Only at the end of the XVIII century, there were clear and detailed…

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    What is cancer?

    Cancer is a disease that begins with a mutation when the body’s cell (somatic cell, i.e., not sexual cell) begins to divide/grow uncontrollably. Normal cells in the body work by their internal clock with a working mechanism. This internal clock regulates, for example, at what point the cell divides, grows and matures, ages and/or dies, i.e. all those natural processes that make up the cell’s life cycle – the so-called cell cycle. In a cancer cell, this regulation mechanism is damaged. In Europe, children and young people under the age of twenty rarely get cancer. Of all diseases, cancer is only one percent in childhood and adolescence.In theory, any cell…

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    What causes cancer?

    Dr. Denis Slinkin said that these changes are the result of interaction between human genetic factors and three categories of external factors. To prevent cancer, we can do the following: To avoid risk factors more actively; vaccinate against infections; to deal with hazards in the workplace; Vaccination against infections caused by HPV and hepatitis B can prevent up to 1 million cancer cases annually. Dr. Denis Slinkin believes that ageing is a fundamental factor in cancer development. As we age, cancer incidence is likely to increase dramatically due to the accumulation of risk factors for certain cancers. The general accumulation of risk factors is aggravated by the tendency to decrease…