Frequently Asked Questions

Cancer is the uncontrolled growth of body cells that invade the surrounding normal tissues. If not checked in time, it will spread to distant organs.

There is no single cause of cancer. Doctors believe that cancer is caused by a combination of many factors. The factors involved may be the individual’s genetic, environmental or physical characteristics.

Surgery, chemotherapy and radiation are the three main cancer treatments. Cancer patients may receive any or all of these treatments. When choosing a treatment plan, the most important factors are usually the type of cancer and the stage (amount) of the cancer.

Can injury cause cancer? It is a common myth that injuries can cause cancer. But the truth is that falls, bruises, fractures or other similar injuries have nothing to do with cancer. Sometimes a person may see a health care provider for what was believed to be the cause of injury and cancer at the time.

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