About Cancer

  1. Cancer FAQ
  2. Cancer Overview

    Cancer cells don't function properly, and they can spread to many areas of the body. Tumors are clusters of cells that are capable of growing and dividing uncontrollably; their growth is not regulated.

  3. Parental Cancer: Questions and Answers About Changes in Family Rhythms and Routines
  4. Second Cancers Resulting From Chemotherapy or Radiation Treatment
  5. Understanding Cancer
  6. Understanding Cancer Statistics
  7. What's Your Cancer Risk?

    Certain risk factors increase the chance that a person will develop cancer. Many of these factors, such as smoking or eating an unhealthy diet, can be avoided. Others, such as family history and aging, can't, but everyone can benefit by avoiding known cancer risks.

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