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Blood Diseases and Tumors

Oncology is concerned with the development and treatment of cancer, its diagnosis and treatment methods. The sooner cancer is detected, the greater the chance of recovery. Cancer is classified according to decomposing cells in solid tumors and malignant systemic diseases. Solid tumors are cohesive tumors whose locations are initially identified and divided into tumors that infect epithelial tissues and tumors that affect connective and supporting tissues. Malignant systemic diseases are known as leukemia and lymphoma. The most common cancers are breast cancer, lung cancer, stomach cancer, colon cancer, oral and throat cancer, esophagus cancer, skin cancer, prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and leukemia.

The basis for cancer treatment is complete destruction and cell removal or malignant tumors (cures). If this is not possible, experienced oncologists and blood ailments attempt to reduce and contain cancer as much as possible, in order to improve the lives of cancer patients and give them as long as possible life (housing treatment). At the same time, qualified oncologists are ready to develop a standardized treatment plan for all types of tumors, which are appropriate to the condition of individual cancer patients. Leading oncologists use modern methods to treat cancer. These include radiation, chemotherapy, various methods of immunotherapy, hyper-heat therapy, and tumor resection through surgery.


Human Blood consists of a group of red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets, and a liquid part called blood plasma. Blood diseases are defined as diseases that affect one or more components of the blood and adversely affect its basic function. There are several causes of blood diseases, including: heredity, undernourishment, other diseases, and the use of certain drugs.

The most common blood diseases:

– Sickle cell anemia or sickle cell anemia is a genetic disease that is caused by a change in the hemoglobin protein, the primary protein in the blood cells.

– Ischemic anemia: is a disease whose main advantage is damage to the body responsible for the composition of the three blood compounds.

– Blood clotting or hyperthyroidism is a condition involving several factors that are born and / or acquired that accelerate the blockage of arterial and venous vessels due to thrombosis, as well as causing repeated miscarriages or fetal death.