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Synonyms for cancer

Synonyms for cancer

any malignant growth or tumor caused by abnormal and uncontrolled cell division

(astrology) a person who is born while the sun is in Cancer

a small zodiacal constellation in the northern hemisphere

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the fourth sign of the zodiac

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"Our daughter Xana passed away this afternoon aged nine after fighting for five intense months with osteosarcoma (bone cancer)," Luis Enrique said in a statement.
Scientists at the University of Missouri, Columbia, have helped advance a patient-specific, precision medicine treatment for bone cancer in dogs.
The US breakthrough could pave the way for better post-operative treatments for people with bone cancer.
Mike Wheeler has raised more than PS400 for charity which supports his sister-in-law who has bone cancer
Young patients with bone cancer are often treated with high doses of chemotherapy before and after surgery, many of which have harmful side effects.
Target: Myeloma and Bone Cancer Research rights to the intellectual property for diagnostic testing of patients with myeloma and bone cancer
Every 10 minutes a child, teenager or adult is diagnosed with primary bone cancer. Each year we have endeavoured to grow our research to save lives.
THE Bone Cancer Research Trust is the leading charity dedicated to fighting primary bone cancer and they need your help.
Luke's Medical Center's (P/SL) Institute for Limb Preservation, in partnership with the Sarah Cannon Cancer Institute (Sarah Cannon), opened enrollment for a prospective multicenter study on functional outcomes following metastatic bone cancer surgery.
Last week, a social media user Noman Ali Khan posted a story about a child suffering from primary bone cancer or bone sarcoma, usually starts in the bone.
A ground-breaking research project into a rare type of bone cancer, which principally affects children and young adults, has been made possible thanks to the legacy of an extraordinarily courageous teenager.
Harrison Sanders, 19, from Abergele, who is studying on the BTEC Extended Diploma in Media Production course at the college's Rhos-on- Sea campus, faced a terrible decision three years ago: lose his leg or risk a reoccurrence of bone cancer.
Matt Hadden, who suffered from terminal bone cancer, was the last person finish the run in September.
A terminally ill man suffering from bone cancer has been called "the true winner" of the Great North Run.