Benign Cells

  1. Benign tumors form when cells grow and split at a rate that is to fast fort the body to process
  2. These tumors do not harm you, removal for these is optional. Depending on where the tumor grows, you can leave them alone for a while.
Lung Cancer

How does cancer attack the body

  • Cancer cells have certain properties that allow them to stick to other cells
  • By sticking to other cells, cancer can spread to different parts of the body
  • When they reach a new part of the body, they start to form tumors, these are called secondary tumors
  • secondary tumors are 90% responsible for cancer patient deaths

Normal Cell Division VS Cancer Cell Division

For Normal cell division, cells multiply at a normal rate. While for Cancer cells, they divide at an aggressive uncontrollable rate.


Created with images by davis.steve32 - "Cancer" • jimwhimpey - "Scalple" • Andréia - "Singapore Cancer Society"

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