| Bowel Cancer|
Bowel Cancer is the 3rd most common cancer in men after lung and prostate, and the second most common in women. In the UK there are 30,000 new cases of Bowel Cancer diagnosed each year.Brain tumours
Primary brain tumours are tumours of the brain that develop from brain cells. These tumours rarely, if ever, spread outside the brain.Breast Cancer
One in 12 women in the UK, at some stage in their life, will develop breast cancer. The good news is that increasing number of women are surviving to 5 years after diagnosis than ever before.Leukaemia
Leukaemia is a cancer or overgrowth of the white blood cells that are produced by the bone marrow.
The name Lung Cancer is the one used by the general public. In medical terms it is known as Cancer of the Bronchus, for it is from the bronchus that the cells originate which start to multiply to form the cancer.Prostate cancer
Although the causes of cancer of the prostate are unknown there are some factors that are known to increase the likelihood of developing the disease.Skin Cancer
The skin has many purposes. It protects the body from injury, infection and environmental hazards such as chemicals. The nearest the surface is known as the epidermis and the layer underneath this is known as the dermis.
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