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1 month ago at 2:40 PM

The word "cancer" refers to abnormal cells that grow uncontrollably. Cancer is not a single disease. It can involve any type of cell, anywhere in your body. And it starts with a problem in the cell's genes.


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Aditi Raya

I find it helpful to understand the biology / basics of cancer. It helps me to make it feel less personal to me, it's a simple fact of life. I didn't do anything bad to deserve this.

Johna Fitz

This is a great video for sharing with cancer muggles who are new to this. Even after I was diagnosed I am afraid to say I didn't know a lot of this.


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