How Many Types of Cancers are There In our Body?

How Many Types of Cancers are There In our Body?

How Many Types of Cancers are There In our Body?
  • Healboat
  • March 31st, 2018
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Our body is made up of billions of cell that are very small. These cells group together to make up tissues and organs of our bodies. When a person suffers from tumor the abnormal cells start to grow in his body. Certain treatment techniques like surgery, radiation therapy, and chemotherapy kill cancer. There are multiple types of tumor disorders that can occur in the human body. Below we have the most common type of these diseases.  

Non-melanoma skin Cancer- It is one of the most common types of tumor found in people. It can be found in the skin cells on any part of the body, though most commonly on skin that’s been exposed to the sun. There are multiple types of skin tumors including squamous cell skin cancer, basal cell skin tumor, and melanoma etc.  This type of disease mostly affects older people or people who have a compromised immune system.

Breast cancer- This is the
common type of breast cancer found in women and men all over the world. There are multiple types of breast cancer that can be ascertained by the specific types of cells in the breast that are affected. The most common type of this disorder is carcinoma.

Anal Cancer – It is a type of tumor occurring in the anus located at the end of the gastrointestinal gland. One thing you should know about anal cancer is that it rare before the age of 35 years.

Prostate - The disorder affecting the prostate gland is known as the prostate cancer. It is the
most common type of prostate cancer to affect men, most often men over age 50. This gland is a part of the reproductive system in men and is found at the base of the bladder, near the rectum. Tissues inside the prostate gland are affected by this type of tumor.

Bladder cancer- The bladder tumor affects tissues within the bladder of the person causing a disorder here. The multiple
types of bladder cancer include transitional cell carcinoma, adenocarcinomas, and squamous cell carcinomas, that may occur, depending on which bladder cells are involved.

Lung cancer- It is a malignancy caused by the cells in the lining of the lungs. There are broadly two of lung cancer — small cell and non-small cell lung cancer. The important thing to be noted about lung tumor is that one of the biggest causes of this cancer is smoking.  

Melanoma- It is the
type of skin cancer developing in the skin's melanocyte cells, which produce the brown pigment melanin. The indicator of melanoma is unusual moles occurring in the skin that contains a lot of pigment. This disorder can also be found in other pigmented parts of the body, like the intestines or even the eyes.

Lymphoma- Lymphoma is a disorder of the lymphatic system, which is part of the body's immune system. This type of cancer can be treated using the treatment methods like chemotherapy, immunotherapy medications, radiation therapy, a
bone marrow transplant or some combination of these.

Leukemia- It is the
type of blood cancer that is formed in the bone marrow or other cells and tissues that form blood cells. This type of tumor results in overproduction of certain kinds of white blood cells, which then circulate in the bloodstream. This is a chronic slow-growing type of tumor that begins without symptoms.

Liver Cancer – It is the tumor in which the normal cells of the body become abnormal. It can become destructive and affect other adjacent normal tissues. The doctors diagnose liver tumor using the techniques like blood tests imaging test etc.

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