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Friday, April 15, 2011

Types of Cancer

Tissue cancer (malignancies) can occur in the blood and blood forming tissue (leukemia and lymphoma) and the tumors 'solid', often categorized as cancer. Cancer can be either carcinomas or sarcomas.

Leukemia and lymphomas are cancers of blood and blood forming tissues. Rather than forming a lump, they can remain as a separate cancer cells. Therefore, they often harm the body with loss of normal blood cells from bone marrow and peripheral blood flow, so the normal function of cells are gradually replaced by cancer cells.

Carcinomas are cancers of epithelial cells, cells that protect the surface of the body, producing hormones, and make kelanjar. Examples of carcinomas are skin cancer, lung cancer, colon cancer, stomach cancer, breast cancer, prostate cancer, and cancer of the thyroid gland. His trademark, carcinomas are more common in older people than younger people. <

Sarcomas are cancers mesodermal cells, cells that make up the muscles and connective tissue. Examples of sarcomas is leiomyosarcoma (cancer of smooth muscle found in the wall of the digestive organs) and osteosarcoma (bone cancer). Typically, sarcoma occurs more frequently in people younger than in older people.

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