Cancer disease: contagious or heritable

Cancer disease refers to any one of a large number of diseases characterized. The disease is not contagious but heritable. Cancer triggers the development of abnormal cells that divide uncontrollably. These cells infiltrate and destroy normal body tissue. Further, Cancer often has the ability to spread throughout your body. Additionally, Cancer is the second-leading cause of death in the world.

What’s going wrong on the inside of the body at the cellular/ molecular level?

The disease triggers the development of abnormal cells that divide uncontrollably and have the ability to infiltrate and destroy normal body tissue. The illness can trigger the development of these cells in a number of organs in the body.

Cancer disease: Is this disease contagious?

Cancer is not a contagious disease that easily spreads from person to person. The only situation in which cancer can spread from one person to another is in the case of organ or tissue transplantation

Heritability: Is this disease heritable?

Several types of cancer disease have heritable forms, in which the risk of developing a particular type of cancer is inherited from a parent.

Is this disease more common in certain areas of the world? If so, which countries, and why?

Like previous global analyses of cancer disease, the new work finds that cancer is more common in men than women and more common in developed countries than in their poorer counterparts

Does this affect the life span of the victim and by how much? -Why is this disease so deadly, so hard to treat?

Treating cancer is further complicated due to the lifestyle and attitude of patients, the different physiology of people and the rate their bodies will metabolise drugs, the blood supply to the tumour affecting the drug getting into the tumour, the tumour physiology and the fact that the tumour can continue to change.

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