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  • Brain tumours

    Any brain tumour, even a small one is a life-threatening condition. Most brain tumours occur spontaneously. The most likely contributing factors are: radiation and toxin exposure, age– children under 8 and people over 60. Family history contributes for some conditions such as central neurofibromatosis, tuberous sclerosis, Von Hippel-Lindau syndrome.

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  • Testicular cancer

    Testicular cancer is a serious social problem, as it most often develops in young men (between 15 and 35 years old). Although it is a rare disease (2-3%), it is one of the most common causes of malignancy in men. It spreads most often in lymph nodes in the abdomen, the lungs, the liver and the brain. Therefore, if the appropriate treatment is not taken, the outcome of the disease is fatal.

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  • Colon cancer

    Colon cancer is a common cancer disease, especially among men over 50 years old living in cities. It is the second most common cause of cancer death. The colorectal cancer develops from some polyps on the inner sides of the intestine.

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