Category: Pathology

Breast cancer

Trace Breast Cancer Before it’s Too Late.

The second-most frequent malignancy in women is breast cancer (after skin cancer). It’s the most common noncutaneous cancer in women in the United States, with 61,000 in situ cases, 246,660 invasive cases, and 40,450 fatalities projected in 2016. In reality, nearly 100% of women diagnosed with stage 0 and 1 breast cancer had a 5-year […]
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PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome) or PCOD (Polycystic Ovarian Disease) has swept the globe of women. It is currently a big problem for a large number of young girls. PCOD is a disease that affects a large number of young adults since it hits at a young age. This is a prevalent endocrine condition with no […]
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