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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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Bone marrow cancer, or myeloma, kills 3,000 people a year in England.
George King, 56, has twice had bone marrow cancer multiple myeloma and was told it will return.
George King, 56, battled a rare form of bone marrow cancer for four years and managed to fight off the incurable disease twice.
Sarah McCleary, 67, is in remission for bone marrow cancer while her 72-year-old husband John suffers from arthritis.
Jan was diagnosed with bone marrow cancer last November, but, thanks to the Trust, has found a donor and is waiting for a transplant operation.
Jean Patterson, aged 59, had bone marrow cancer and doctors had told her she had three and half years to live at most.
The 1960s Magpies player was diagnosed with bone marrow cancer, and last month we told how he was clinging to life in intensive care.
Mr Ataou, who suffers from multiple myeloma, a bone marrow cancer that causes bone pain and fractures, said he hoped if he could show medical bosses he had the support of the public it would encourage them to change their minds.
Mr Peat, a father of three, died on May 27 in Wansbeck Hospital after losing his battle with bone marrow cancer.
Alan was diagnosed with bone marrow cancer after suffering kidney failure last year.
Mr Molesworth, an architect, had been suffering from bone marrow cancer for seven years.
George King, 56, has fought the rare bone marrow cancer multiple myeloma twice.
The US authorities want the Egyptian-born 42-year-old, who is being treated for terminal bone marrow cancer, to stand trial for the 1998 bombings of US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania in which 231 people died.
As reported by the Evening Gazette, the Skelton father-of-three was diagnosed with multiple myeloma, a rare form of bone marrow cancer five years ago.
A NATIONAL charity is investing more than pounds 3m into a network it says will transform the way drugs for the rare bone marrow cancer myeloma are tested and accessed in the UK.