Common cancers 1

Product name Common cancers 1
Cat. No. MA
Current version MA2
Data sheet MA2.pdf
No. of samples 59
No. of patients 59
Core diameter 2.0 mm
Section thickness 4 micrometer
Price 244 EUR
320 USD
210 GBP
Description Stomach cancer: 10 cores
Esophagus cancer: 10 cores
Lung cancer: 10 cores
Colorectal cancer: 10 cores
Thyroid cancer: 10 cores
Kidney cancer: 9 cores

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Common cancers 1, known medically as a malignant neoplasm, is a large group of all involved another disease, to unregulated cell growth. To form grow out of control cancer cells to divide, a malignant tumor, invade the part near the body. You can spread to more distant parts of the body cancer through the blood or lymphatic system. All tumors is not a cancer. Benign tumors do not grow uncontrollably, invade the neighboring tissue, it does not spread throughout the body. There is a known cancer of more than 200 different afflict the human. Determining what causes cancer is complex. Increasing include tobacco, some infections, radiation, lack of exercise, obesity, use of environmental contaminants, the risk of cancer are known to many. They can be combined with genetic error existing in the cell or damage the direct gene, cause disease.

About 5-10% of cancer is genetic completely. The some cancers, to eat less meat, that minimize exposure to sunlight to maintain health, body weight, exercise, and the vaccination is, eat more vegetables, fruits, whole grains more certain infections that can be prevented by Rather than smoke. Cancer can be detected in several ways, including the presence of a medical image signs and symptoms of the specific screening or. When it becomes possible to detect the cancer is diagnosed by microscopic examination of the tissue samples. Cancer, treated with surgery usually, chemotherapy, and radiation therapy. Chances of survival is largely determined by the severity of symptoms at the start of the treatment and the location of the cancer and the disease type. Cancer is more common in children, it is possible that not only people of all ages, can affect several types of cancer, the risk of developing cancer generally increases with age . In 2007, cancer, people all around the world had occurred about 13 percent (79,000 yen) death. Many people, you live in old age, the change of lifestyle a large amount of price that have occurred in developing countries has risen more.

Cancer etiology, growth and metastasis of impact cells that are traceable back to the mutations of DNA. Substances that cause mutation of DNA mutagenic, cause cancer are known as mutagens, known as carcinogens. Particular substance is associated with cancer, certain types of. Many forms of cancer, smoking is associated with 90% of the causes of lung cancer [8]. Mutagenic many carcinogenic substances, some carcinogens are not mutagens. Alcohol is not a mutagen, is an example of a chemical carcinogen. 10% of cancer in men in Western Europe, 3 percent of cancer is caused by alcohol in women.

50 or more that is known, for decades research that has demonstrated the relationship between the esophagus pancreas.Tobacco smoke between smoking and lung cancer, larynx, head, neck, stomach, bladder, kidney, and polycyclic aromatic and nitrosamine including hydrocarbons, carcinogens are included. Tobacco is a developed country, I am responsible for about one-third of cancer deaths about the world of one in five. Rate of death from lung cancer, in 1990 and the recent decline, reflecting the smoking patterns in smoking rates since 1950 a decrease in the proportion of the increase, of smoking a dramatic increase in lung cancer mortality continues continues in the United States The lung cancer death for men in. However, the number of smokers, leading whether you are described as the tobacco epidemic, a number of organizations worldwide, continues to grow.

I have considered cancer related to their work to constitute between 20 percent from two of all cases. 200,000 people die worldwide from cancer related to the workplace at least every year. Death occurs in developed countries most of the cancer risk factor of occupational. About 20,000 people died from cancer in the United States each year, this is because art is estimated that new cancer cases 40 000. Millions of people are at risk of developing cancers such as mesothelioma and lung cancer from leukemia from exposure to benzene at work or smoke, and tobacco inhalation asbestos fibers such as this.

18% of cancer deaths, are related to infection about the world. 25% in Africa, this ratio is different for different regions of the world from a height of more than 10% in developed countries. The virus causes cancer, but could also affect bacteria and parasites, it is a common infectious agent. viruses which can cause cancer, called oncovirus. Human papilloma virus (cervical cancer), Epstein these, – (including nasopharyngeal carcinoma and B-cell lymphoproliferative disorder) Barr virus, Kaposi’s sarcoma herpes virus (primary effusion lymphoma and Kaposi’s sarcoma), and hepatitis B Hepatitis C virus (hepatocellular carcinoma), type 1 human T-cell leukemia virus (T-cell leukemia). It is possible also bacterial infections, such as those found in gastric cancer induced by H. pylori, and increase the risk of cancer. The parasitic infection associated with cancer strongly, (bile duct cancer) is included liver fluke (squamous cell carcinoma of the bladder) bilharzia, liver fluke, and Opisthorchis viverrini.