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Different Types Of Cancer Explained
What is Cancer? Different Types Of Cancer Explained
There are quite a few types of cancer - Breast Cancer and Gastric Carcinoid and Extracranial Germ Cell Tumor - just to list a couple of examples. But, all of these tumors have a few things in common.
Loss of Control
Every cell in the body is influenced by hormones like Melatonin (N-acetyl-5-methoxytryptamine) and Prostaglandins from outside the cell and some other chemical regulators in the cells. These substances will control the actions of the cell. They will instruct the cells when to grow and how much, their amount of activity and how they will interact with other cells.
Cancer cells have those controls shut off. They act without limit. They are constantly active at their highest activity. These malignant cells also lose their ability to work with their neighbors and then can move away and go to other parts of the body.
Changes in DNA
All malignacies have lost their controls because the DNA in the cell has been damaged. DNA is the programming mechanism in the cell that marks out all of its functions. That DNA is damaged by being broken, nuclear radiation or toxins. The DNA will start to act randomly. Viruses have also been shown to cause the DNA damage leading to a cancerous tumor.
Damaged DNA can also come from your parents. That DNA can change a cell into a cancer if there is either some trigger that the cell contacts or another spot on the DNA that receives damage.
Different Types Of Cancer Explained
Immortal Cells
Your cells in the body normally will live a certain amount of time and then die (with some exceptions). They will then be replaced by new healthy cells. Malignant cells don't usually die. Even if they are exceptionally abnormal, they just keep growing. Then those cells produce tumors and spread.
I'm just saying. I'm just saying life is short. You know it's like cancer happens and surgery happens and you know, you got [pause] rosebuds! [hits her with a piece of cloth] You got 8.7 million rosebuds, Izzie! [hits her again] Now go spend some rosebuds, that's what I'm saying. - Grey's Anatomy
Types of Cancer
Although there are many types of cancer, they can be organized into five basic types. Those are Central nervous system cancers, Leukemia, Carcinoma, Sarcoma as well as Lymphoma and Myeloma.
Central nervous system cancers - these are cancer tumors that start in the brain and spinal cord. Leukemia - these cancers start in the tissues that produce blood - such as the bone marrow - and then release the cells into the blood. Carcinoma - these are cancers that start in the skin or the tissues that line internal organs. Sarcoma - Sarcomas are cancer tumors that start in connective tissue. Connective tissue is the tissue between the organs and other structures. Those tissues include things like fat, bone, muscle, blood vessels and cartilage. Lymphoma and myeloma - these cancers start in the cells that normally protect the body - the immune system.
Now that you know what a cancer is, you can learn how to possibly prevent it, or if needed how to treat it. An excellent Guide to natural cancer treatments can be found at the following link
Different Types Of Cancer Explained

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