Cancer: Diagnosis, Staging, and Complication
Department of Biotechnology, St. Francis College for Women, India
*Corresponding Author: Ayesha Javed, Department of Biotechnology, St. Francis College for Women, India.
November 28, 2022; Published: December 22, 2022
Cancer is one of the biggest causes of death, with more than 10 million mortalities annually, as reported in GLOBOCAN 2020 . The most common types of cancer, according to WHO, are lung, breast, rectum, colon, and prostate cancers . The essential characteristics of cancer are interlaced with an altered cancer-cell intrinsic metabolism, that maybe be the reason or an after-effect .
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