A Short Note on Cancer

  title={A Short Note on Cancer},
  author={Vanita Pudata and Subrahmanyam and K. Jhansi},
  journal={Journal of carcinogenesis \& mutagenesis},
Cancer is deadly disease which is caused due to uncontrolled growth of the cells and forms from the extra mass tissue known as tumour. The loss of apoptotic nature by the cells in their metabolic pathway leads to cancer. Cigarette smoking, tobacco intake, alcohol intake, poor diet and exposure to UV rays lead to cancer. Different organs can be effect by cancer cells like lungs, kidney, eyes, heart, brain etc. Cancer cells also spread in blood stream and causes blood cancer. The person who works… 

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