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Lung cancer and genetics

Lung cancer and genetics

What is lung cancer? Lung cancer consists of the uncontrolled multiplication of malignant cells of the lung epithelium. It usually starts in these organs and can spread to different parts of the respiratory system, even reaching the lymph nodes or other organs, such...

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Is pancreatic cancer hereditary?

Is pancreatic cancer hereditary?

The pancreas is a glandular organ behind the stomach and in front of the spine. It produces gastric juices, enzymes that break down food, and several hormones that help control blood glucose levels. A tumor starts developing when there’s an abnormal growth of the...

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Lynch syndrome and genetic inheritance

Lynch syndrome and genetic inheritance

Lynch syndrome is a genetic disorder that increases the likelihood of developing certain types of cancer, especially colorectal cancer. For this reason, Lynch disease has always been referred to as hereditary nonpolyposis colorectal cancer [1]. If you want to know...

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Colorectal cancer and genetics

Colorectal cancer and genetics

Genetics is an essential factor in the development of colorectal cancer. A large number of genes may influence each person's predisposition to develop this disease at some point in his or their life. In addition, these genes may also be involved in developing other...

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Is Hodgkin’s lymphoma genetic?

Is Hodgkin’s lymphoma genetic?

Lymphatic cancer is one of the most common cancers worldwide. Hodgkin's lymphoma is part of them and affects the lymphatic system, which is responsible for transporting fluids and immune system cells throughout the body and fighting infections and other diseases....

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Wilms tumor and genetics

Wilms tumor and genetics

The World Health Organization estimates that more than three hundred thousand children are diagnosed with cancer worldwide each year [2].   Wilms tumor is one of the most common childhood renal cancers, although its incidence is not too high: 1 in 10,000 children...

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Cancer and Genetics

Cancer and Genetics

What is cancer? Cells are the basic units that make up the human body, and they grow and divide to create new cells as the body needs them, forming our organs and tissues. Usually, they die when they grow old or become too damaged, and new cells take their place [1]....

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