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Carcinogen - an agent known to cause cancer.
MM is the most serious form of skin cancer. Even so, if diagnosed and removed while it is still thin and limited to the outermost skin layer, it is almost 100% curable.
Insitu melanomas occupy only the upper-most part of the epidermis, the top layer of skin.
Invasive melanomas are the most serious kind...
Invasive melanomas have penetrated deeply into the skin spread to other parts of the body.
Surgery The tumor is removed, along with a margin of cancer-free skin.
Chemotherapy Reaches cells all over the body and destroys cancer cells that may have traveled from the primary tumor.
Radiation Therapy Directed application to destroy cancer cells in a specific area of the body.
Immunotherapy Strengthens the body's own immune system to attack the cancer cells.
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Cancer – a substance that causes cancer – a substance that causes cancer –Examples include tobacco smoke, ultraviolet rays, and asbestos Carcinogen.
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Tumors Benign (noncancerous) they do not spread. Malignant(cancerous) They may spread throughout the body Skin cancer is the most common type!
What is it? Treatment options Prevention. Disease Cells grow and divide uncontrollably No way to stop Damage to body around them.
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A cancerous cell is caused by a faulty reproduction system. The cell continues to reproduce at a very fast rate When cells reproduce at an abnormally.
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Cancer Over a hundred diseases are called cancer..
Cancer. What does the word cancer mean to you? What is Cancer? Cancer - disease where cells grow out of control and invade, erode and destroy normal.
Breast Cancer Awareness Marissa Gregg. What is Breast Cancer? Breast Cancer forms in the breast It is a tumor in the breast Breast cancer is the.
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Chapter 19 Noncommunicable Diseases Next >> Click for: Lesson 2 Cancer >> Main Menu >> Chapter 19 Assessment Teacher’s notes are available in the notes.
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