Why Isn’t There a Cure for Cancer?

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Cancer is not a single disease, but a family of related diseases. Cancerous cells divide without stopping & overwhelm the immune system and that's why whenever scientists announce a new breakthrough in cancer research, it usually pertains to one specific type of cancer. Check out this infographic

Everyone has cancer cells in their body—it’s only when the “c word” gets out of control that you’ve got a problem.

Cancer is not a single disease, but a family of related diseases. Cancerous cells divide without stopping & overwhelm the immune system and that’s why whenever scientists announce a new breakthrough in cancer research, it usually pertains to one specific type of cancer.

Check out this infographic from Healthgrad for more details.

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