Etiology and Prevention

“Prevention is better than cure.” – By Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.

Understanding why some people get malignant cells while others do not is incredibly difficult. However, study and analysis revealed some risk factors that can raise the likelihood of cancer. Some of the prevalent risk factors, such as environmental and lifestyle variables, can be avoided. The bulk of studies have demonstrated that bad lifestyle choices including smoking, eating poorly, and being overweight cause the majority of malignancies. Although not all cancers can be prevented, we can reduce our risk by adopting healthy behaviors including regular exercise, quitting smoking, and moderate alcohol consumption.

Evidence of cancer stem cells indicates the existence of a small population of disease cells with distinct activities protecting against radio-chemotherapy-organized and enlarged metastatic illness.


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