Blood cancer is a type of cancer that means the stem cells used for blood production in the bone marrow start or stop forming more than necessary.
Liver cancer ranks fifth among cancers in men and eighth in women worldwide. It ranks fourth in total in cancer-related deaths.
Stomach cancer is a type of cancer that occurs due to the uncontrolled growth and proliferation of cells lining the surface of the stomach.
Colon cancer is the third most common cancer and the third leading cause of cancer death among both men and women. However, it is among the most curable cancers when diagnosed and treated in its early stages. Among those diagnosed and treated at an early stage, the five-year survival rate is 90%. In some cases, regular screening enables the detection of possible precancerous formations, thus preventing the formation of cancer in the first place.
Ovarian cancer has the highest mortality rate among all gynecological cancers. When all stages are evaluated together, the average lifespan is around 35%. It is the fifth most common cancer in women in the United States. It also ranks fourth in cancer-related deaths in women. A woman's lifetime risk of developing ovarian cancer is 1 in 58. The risk of death from ovarian cancer is 1 in 98.
Pancreatic cancer occurs when cells in the pancreas mutate and deteriorate and multiply beyond the body's control.
Endometrial cancer is cancer of the inner lining of the uterus, called the endometrium. The uterus consists of the cervix extending into the vagina at the lower part and the body at the upper part.
The deterioration in the genetic structure of the cells lining the mammary glands or ducts and their uncontrolled proliferation is called breast cancer.