Lung Cancer

10 September 2015

Lung cancer is the malignant growth of cells in the tissue of the lung, which is the main respiratory organ of the human body. Most cases of lung cancer are categorised as carcinomas of the lung, which occur in mutated epithelial cells. Lung cancer is the second most common cancer in the UK. Around the […]

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Liver Cancer

10 September 2015

There are two types of liver cancer. It may develop in the cells of the liver, called hepatocytes (hepatocellular carcinoma, also known as malignant hepatoma) or in the tubes that pass the bile from the liver (cholangiocarcinoma, also called gallbladder cancer). Most patients that develop liver cancer have previously been affected by non-cancerous liver conditions, […]

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Laryngel Cancer

10 September 2015

Laryngeal cancer, also known as laryngeal cancer, is a relatively rare form of cancer with 2000 to 2500 new cases diagnosed every year. Men are more likely to develop laryngeal cancer than women. Lifestyle choices are thought to have significant influence to occurrence of laryngeal cancer. The larynx is the upper part of the throat. […]

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Kidney Cancer

10 September 2015

The kidneys are two symmetrical parts of the urinary system found near the back, on both sides of the spine. The function of the kidneys is to filter blood and turn the unwanted by-products to urine. Moreover, kidneys produce certain hormones and store large amounts of blood. Kidney cancer occurs because abnormal, uncontrolled growth of […]

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Hodgkin’s Lymphoma

10 September 2015

Hodgkin‘s lymphoma, also called Hodgkin‘s disease, is a type of cancer that originates in the white blood cells, called lymphocytes. Thomas Hodgkin, a British physician and pathologist, first described this condition. When diagnosed in early stages, Hodgkin‘s lymphoma is one of the most curable forms of cancer. Even when it is discovered in later stages, […]

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Head and Neck Cancer

10 September 2015

Head and neck cancer is a broad term that refers to many different forms of cancer that occur in the organs or tissues located in the head and neck. Some forms categorised as head and neck cancer include eye cancers, ear cancers, oral cavity cancers, nasal cancers and oropharyngeal cancer. The oral cavity is a […]

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Glioma

10 September 2015

Glioma is an aggressive form of cancer that arises from malignant glial cells, which protect and support the nerve cells, in the spine or, more frequently, the brain. Gliomas account for roughly half of diagnosed brain tumours. Like other brain tumours, glioma is very dangerous, because it is likely to spread to further tissues of […]

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Gastric Cancer

10 September 2015

Gastric cancer is also known as stomach cancer and is caused by cells starting to develop abnormally and without control in any part of the stomach, the muscular part of the digestive system used to store and process food. Gastric cancer is very likely to spread to other internal organs, especially the liver, oesophagus and […]

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Gallbladder Cancer

10 September 2015

Gallbladder cancer is an extremely rare form of cancer. It is usually diagnosed to people aged from 70 to 75 and occurs in women more frequently than men. The gallbladder is a small organ attached to the small intestine and the liver. It stores bile, which is a fluid produced by the liver and used […]

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Eye Cancer

10 September 2015

Eye cancer is a general term for many different types of cancer that can develop inside the globe of the eye, as well as the eyelids and the orbit. Cancer can affect the iris (the part that surrounds the centre of the eye (pupil), conjunctiva (the thin layer of substance that covers the eye and […]

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Colon Cancer

10 September 2015

Colon cancer, also referred to as colorectal cancer is the formation of a malignant growth in the colon or rectum. The colon is a long, hollow part of the digestive tract where the waste from the digestion process is kept. The rectum is a part of the colon located next to the anus. Cancer of […]

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Chronic Myelogenous Leukaemia

10 September 2015

Chronic myelogenous leukaemia, abbreviated CML and also known as chronic granulocytic leukaemia (CGL), is a type of leukaemia when myeloid cells located in the soft tissue inside the bone start growing abnormally and accumulating in the blood. CML is thought to be closely related to a mutated chromosome condition called the Philadelphia chromosome. Chronic myelogenous […]

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Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia

10 September 2015

Chronic lymphocytic leukaemia, which is also called chronic lymphoid leukaemia or CLL, is a type of leukaemia. CLL is a form of cancer that occurs in the lymphocytes (the white blood cells), which normally function as a means to fight infections. A certain type of cell mutates and starts multiplying without control, taking over and […]

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Childhood Cancers

10 September 2015

Cancer in children is generally much rarer than in adults. The most common form of cancer in children is leukaemia, which is still quite rare. Usually the types of cancer occurring in children differ from the cancers that are common in adults. During the recent decades, childhood cancer recovery rates have increased significantly and now […]

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Cervical Cancer

10 September 2015

Cervical cancer is a condition when cells develop without control in the cervix, which is the lower part of the womb, and form a tumour. Every month the female body removes the lining of the womb through bleeding, which is commonly known as a period. Cervical cancer is categorised into two most common types: squamous […]

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Breast Cancer

10 September 2015

Breast cancer is the second most common cancer in the world. Men are about 100 times less likely to develop breast cancer than women. Women are more likely to get breast cancer after the menopause. The first and most common symptom of breast cancer is usually a lump in the breast tissue, armpit or collarbone. […]

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Brain Tumour

10 September 2015

Brain tumour is a general term for many different types of cancerous growths that develop in the brain. Brain tumours quite often can be benign, in which case they do not spread to other areas of the brain and are likely to be removed successfully. Malignant tumours, however, tend to spread further, destroying healthy brain […]

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Bone Cancer

10 September 2015

Bone cancer is caused by abnormal development of the cells in the bones and is much more frequent in children or teenagers than in adults, but still very rare. Males are slightly more likely to develop bone cancer than females. There are many different types of bone cancer. The most common bone tumours include osteosarcoma, […]

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Bladder Cancer

10 September 2015

Bladder cancer is a general term for malignant growths (tumours) that form in the tissues of the bladder. The bladder is the organ that stores urine and is located in the pelvis. The most common form of bladder cancer is urothelial (transitional) cell carcinoma which starts in the cells that comprise the inner lining of […]

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Appendix Cancer

10 September 2015

The appendix is a narrow tube shaped like a worm that is connected to the large intestine. Usually the appendix is 3 to 4 inches long. The function of the appendix in the human body is still unclear. It was previously thought to be an evolutionary leftover and now it is thought to help the […]

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An Introduction to Colon Cancer

10 September 2015

Welcome to healthinsuranceuk.org.uk where we offer current information on treatments, symptoms and diagnosis of colon cancer. Nearly 37,000 people are diagnosed with colon or bowel cancer every year. This is equal to approximately 100 people every day and it is considered to be a major health problem. The symptoms of colon cancer can remain undetected […]

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By Knowing the Right Way Buy Followers on Instagram to Gain more

26 August 2015

Social networking sites are often used by the people all over the world. These provide ways to share the photos and videos. The use of these sites has been trending to gain popularity. Some people share the moments they love most. You need to decide what application to use for the social media. Make a […]

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Find out the Top Ten Debt Settlement Companies

02 August 2015

Find out the Top Ten Debt Settlement Companies Although there are many companies that settle the debt of the creditor, but you have to be sure that you select the right one. Settlebank.com They ensure quick settlement of debt, without the involvement of any third party in it. They understand the case of the debtor […]

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3 Natural Alternative Cancer Treatments

03 July 2015

Cancer is a disease caused by uncontrolled growth of cells, forming tumours in the body. These cells start dividing uncontrollably, often blocking blood vessels and interfering with normal functioning of organs. Modern cancer treatments involve surgeries or various practises like the gene therapy, hormone therapy, immune therapy, chemo therapy or radiation therapy. There are however […]

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The Bank Pushed You to the Wall Once when They Mis-sold Ppi

26 June 2015

Do you remember having left no choice but to take out Payment Protection Insurance alongside your application for a loan or credit card? We’re pretty sure it most likely happened – having had that feeling that you were pushed to the wall and forced to buy an insurance policy that was meant to be helpful […]

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Filing PPI claims: Some considerations to help you get started

01 May 2015

While PPI claims are simple enough to file, it is true that PPI insurance claims are serious business. If you don’t do things properly, you stand to get rejected by your lender, depriving you of the PPI claim back you could be enjoying. It is for this reason that some of those looking to file […]

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5 Oldest Libraries Of London

16 March 2015

With the increased popularity of internet and the speed at which information can be accessed; it appears that libraries will soon be obsolete. Until then, these institutions are still an instrumental source of knowledge. London has a host of libraries and some of them have a very long history. Here is a list of the […]

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