Biopsy

A biopsy is a medical procedure used to make a cancer diagnosis. During a biopsy, a sample of abnormal cells or piece of tissue is taken from an area of concern and analyzed in a lab.

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Cancer Surgery

Cancer surgery is surgical removal of a tumor.

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Chemotherapy

Chemotherapy, also called chemo, is a cancer treatment that uses drugs to prevent cancerous cells from growing and dividing. There is a wide range of chemotherapy medications that are used to treat cancer.

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Hormone Therapy for Cancer

Hormone therapy is a type of treatment for cancers that are sensitive to hormones such as breast, prostate, ovarian, thyroid, and uterine cancers.

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Immunotherapy

Immunotherapy, also commonly referred to as biologic therapy, is a cancer treatment that uses a person’s immune system to fight cancerous cells. This treatment takes substances made by the body or in a lab setting to restore system function.

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Radiation Therapy

Radiation therapy is a cancer treatment that kills cancer cells by using intense energy beams through x-rays, protons or other types of energy. Radiation therapy works by destroying genetic material in the cells that enable them to grow and divide.

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Targeted Cancer Therapy

Targeted cancer therapy, also known as targeted therapy, is a type of chemotherapy that focuses on specific abnormalities in cancer cells that allow them to live and replicate.

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