Journal of Immunobiology

ISSN: 2476-1966

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Cancer: All about a Minute Cell Which Multiplies in Numbers Making Loose Hope on Life


Nicholas van Panhuys

Cancer is a deadly disease which can be understood as the death of the cell, with no specific reasons known till today, the diagnosis of cancer can be done in certain stages where in initial stages it is unable to diagnose in some conditions. In other words cancer is also called as Malignancy. In today’s era there is a multiple mortality rate due to different types of cancer. Due to the unknown reason for the cause it affects all ages starting with neonates to the adultery .In some cases the cancer is cured and in some cases the treatment of the cancer may not bring out any results. Well coming to the cancer with additional diseases causing the disease to be more powerful than the will power of the human. There is no reason why it is affecting a specific person irrespective of age and gender. There are types of cancers like leukemia, brain tumor, osteomyelitis gastrointestinal cancer, Breast cancer etc. depending on the affected area the treatment varies some needed the radiotherapy and some require the removal of the tumor cell in order to affect their capacity to multiply. There are many advanced techniques in treatment of cancer like the surgeries and chemotherapy with additional medication. The chance of the life survival of a person after treatment depends on many conditions like the age and the personal health conditions some cancers can be treated with chemotherapy where the chance of survival can be predicted when coming to surgeries the chances are unpredicted. In adultery the treatment of cancer is a bit unpredicted where the already body aligning health conditions do not help the fast recovery or the recovery of cancer.


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