Some Facts Related to Benign Tumor
A benign tumour is a cell mass (tumour) that lacks the capacity to either invade adjacent tissue or metastasize (spread across the body). Benign tumors typically do not re-grow when removed, although malignant tumors do often.
European Journal of Clinical Oncology Cancer poses a major challenge to development; it undermines socio-economic advances throughout the world. It is estimated that the number of patients with cancer would increase from 12.7 million in the year 2008 to 22.2 million by 2030. It is universally agreed that the condition is reaching epidemic proportions. At this time, the European Journal of Clinical Oncology is conveniently placed in the scholarly communication milieu to help counter the menace of cancer by aiding the development of novel treatment strategies, by providing novel insights into the mechanisms underlying this complex disease.
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