It is a type of cancer which occurs in bone or in the soft tissues in the body, including cartilage, fat, muscle, blood vessels, and fibrous tissues. The most common types of sarcomas are Osteosarcoma, Fibrosarcoma, Chondrosarcoma, Dermatofibrosarcoma, Pleomorphic sarcoma. Pleomorphic sarcoma is the rarest, but it is a very dangerous sarcoma caused due to the exposure of harmful chemicals and radiation.

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Soft Tissue Sarcoma | Bone Sarcoma | Sarcoma Awareness | Sarcoma Research | Sarcoma Warrior | Sarcoma Support | Sarcoma Community | Sarcoma Fighter | Rare Cancer | Sarcoma Survivor | Sarcoma Treatment | Sarcoma Therapy | Sarcoma Care | Sarcoma Awareness Month | Pediatric Sarcoma | Sarcoma Foundation | Sarcoma Network | Ewing Sarcoma | Leiomyosarcoma

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Sarcoma Foundation of America | Sarcoma UK | Liddy Shriver Sarcoma Initiative | Sarcoma Alliance | National Leiomyosarcoma Foundation | Desmoid Tumor Research Foundation | Children's Oncology Group | European Reference Network for Rare Adult Solid Cancers | Sarcoma Patients Euro Net | Sarcoma Oncology Center | Asian Sarcoma Consortium | Sarcoma Foundation of India | Sarcoma Action Group New Zealand | Sarcoma Alliance for Research through Collaboration | Sarcoma Oncology Research Center | Italian Sarcoma Group

Colorectal Cancer

Colorectal cancer is starts in the colon or the rectum. It’s named by colon cancer or rectal cancer, where they start depending in colon cancer and rectal cancer are repeatedly grouped together because they have many features in common. When cells in the body cancer will start to grow out of control. It nearly any part of the body can become cancer and can spread to other areas of the body.

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CRC | Colon Cancer | Rectal Cancer | Bowel Cancer | Colorectal Cancer Awareness | Colorectal Cancer Research | Colonoscopy | Colon Screening | Colorectal Cancer Prevention | Colorectal Cancer Treatment | CRC Awareness | Colorectal Cancer Support | Colorectal Cancer Survivor | GI cancer | Cancer Screening | Gastrointestinal Cancer

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Colon Cancer Alliance (CCA) | Colorectal Cancer Canada | Fight Colorectal Cancer | Colorectal Cancer Coalition (C3) | The Colon Club | National Colorectal Cancer Roundtable (NCCRT) | European Colorectal Cancer Congress (ECCO) | Colon Cancer Foundation | Bowel Cancer UK | American Cancer Society - Colorectal Cancer 


It is the type of organ related cancer which mainly occurs in tissues of the breast. The most common types of breast cancers are Ductal Carcinoma Insitu (DCIS) and Invasive Carcinoma. Inflammatory Breast Cancer and Metastatic Breast Cancer, Triple-Negative Breast Cancer. Among these Triple-Negative Breast Cancer (TNBC) is the worst breast cancer. Breast cancer mainly starts in the gland cells in the lobules. Breast cancer is one of the most common cancers in females than in males. It can occur at any age but in adults mostly it occurs over the age of 50.

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Double Mastectomy | Cancer in Breast | Breast Mammogram | Mastectomy Surgery | Breast Pain | Triple Negative Breast Cancer | Lobular Breast Cancer | Malignant Neoplasm of Breast | Chemotherapy For Breast Cancer | Breast Cancer Awareness  | Breast Cancer Stickers | Untreated Breast Cancer | Ductal Carcinoma | Breast Cancer | Mastectomy and Reconstruction | Alcohol Breast Cancer | Breast Cancer Campaign | Breast Pain Pregnancy | Lymph Nodes in Breast | Breast Growth | Breast Cancer Facts | Oral Squamous Cell Carcinoma | Skin Cancer Bumps

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Breast Cancer Research Foundation | National Breast Cancer Foundation | Young Survival Coalition | Metastatic Breast Cancer Network | Breast Cancer Now | Living Beyond Breast Cancer | National Cancer Institute (NCI) - Breast Cancer | American Cancer Society - Breast Cancer | Breast Cancer Action | Triple Negative Breast Cancer Foundation | Breast Cancer Care & Research Fund | Breast Cancer Association of Nigeria | National Breast Cancer Coalition | Breast Cancer Foundation of Egypt | Breast Cancer Care Western Australia

Blood cancer:

Most blood cancers, also known as hematologic cancers, begin in the bone marrow, where blood is produced. Blood cancers develop when abnormal blood cells begin to proliferate uncontrollably, interfering with the function of normal blood cells, which fight infection and produce new blood cells. There are three main types of blood cancers: leukemia, lymphoma, and myeloma. Leukemia is a cancer of the blood and bone marrow that affects white blood cells. Lymphoma is a cancer that begins in the lymphatic system, which is part of the immune system. Myeloma is a cancer that affects plasma cells, which are a type of white blood cell that produces antibodies. Symptoms of blood cancer can include fatigue, weakness, fever, weight loss, and enlarged lymph nodes.

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Leukemia | Lymphoma | Myeloma | Blood Cancer Awareness | Hematology | Acute Myeloid Leukemia | Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia | Chronic Myeloid Leukemia | Blood Cancer Support | Blood Cancer Warrior | Bone Marrow Transplant | Hodgkin Lymphoma | Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma | Blood Cancer Research | Blood Cancer Survivor | Hematologic Cancers | Blood Cancer Community | Cure Blood Cancers

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Leukemia & Lymphoma Society | Blood Cancer UK | American Society of Hematology | Lymphoma Research Foundation | Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation | International Myeloma Foundation | CLL Society | Cure Leukemia | Lymphoma Coalition | the Myeloma Crowd

Skin cancer:

Skin Cancer is the abnormal growth of cells in the outer most layer of the skin caused by unpaired DNA damage, that trigger mutations, which appear like a lump or discolor the patch of the skin. The mutation leads the skin cells to multiply rapidly and form tumors. The common skin cancers are Basal Cell Carcinoma, Squamous Cell Carcinoma, Merkel Cell Carcinoma, and Melanoma. Skin cancer develops in the area of the body that is regularly exposed to ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun such as the nose, neck, arms, legs, lips, chest, scalp, face etc.

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Skin Cancer Awareness | Melanoma | Dermatology | Cancer Prevention | Skin Oncology | Skin Cancer Summit | Melanoma Symposium | Skin Cancer Congress | Dermatology Event | Skin Cancer Research | Cutaneous Oncology | Melanoma Research | Cancer Prevention Conference | Skin Cancer Awareness Event | Dermatology Seminar | Skin Health Forum | Dermatologic Oncology | Cancer Science Symposium

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American Academy of Dermatology | Skin Cancer Foundation | Melanoma Research Foundation | International Dermoscopy Society | Australian Cancer Research Foundation | European Association of Dermato-Oncology | National Council on Skin Cancer Prevention | Canadian Skin Cancer Foundation | Cancer Research UK - Skin Cancer | American Cancer Society - Skin Cancer

Head and Neck Cancer:

Head and Neck cancer is a type of cancer which is used to describe the various malignant tumors that occur in or around the head and neck parts such as Nose, Larynx, Mouth, Throat, Sinus. Types of head and neck cancers are Nasal cavity, Paranasal sinus Cancer, Oral and Pharyngeal Cancer, Salivary Gland Cancer, Laryngeal and Hypo Pharyngeal Cancer, Thyroid cancer, Eye cancer, Brain Tumor, Esophageal Cancer, Sarcoma, Parathyroid Cancer. The most common cause of Head and Neck Cancer are due to tobacco and alcohol use.

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HN Cancer | Oral Cancer | Throat Cancer | Laryngeal Cancer | Nasopharyngeal Cancer | Oropharyngeal Cancer | HN Cancer Awareness | Head Neck Cancer Support | ENT Cancer | HN Cancer Survivor | HN Cancer Treatment | Cancer of the Mouth | HN Cancer Prevention | Voice Box Cancer | HN Cancer Symptoms | HN Cancer Awareness Month | Salivary Gland Cancer | Facial Cancer 

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Head and Neck Cancer Alliance | International Federation of Head and Neck Oncologic Societies | American Head and Neck Society | European Head and Neck Society | National Cancer Institute (NCI) - Head and Neck Cancer | Cancer Support Community - Head and Neck Cancer | World Health Organization (WHO) - Head and Neck Cancer | Oral Cancer Foundation  

Genetic Cancer:

Cancer is a hereditary disease. Changes in genes that control how cells grow and multiply cause it. Cells are the fundamental building blocks of your body. Each cell has a duplicate of your genes, which serves as an instruction manual. Cancer is a genetic disease in which tumor cells differ from their normal progenitors due to genetic changes affecting growth-regulatory genes. There are two types of cancer genes: oncogenes (which act as positive growth regulators) and tumor suppressor genes (which act as negative growth regulators).

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Hereditary Cancer | Genomics | Cancer Genetics | BRCA | Lynch Syndrome | Genetic Testing | Genetic Counseling | Familial Cancer | Tumor Genomics | Precision Oncology | Cancer Risk | Polygenic Risk Score | Genetic Markers | Hereditary Breast Cancer | Genetic Research | Cancer Genes

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National Society of Genetic Counselors | American Association for Cancer Research | Hereditary Colon Cancer Foundation | Lynch Syndrome International | Cancer Genetics UK | Genetic and Rare Diseases Information Center | The Breast Cancer Gene Resource | National Cancer Institute (NCI) - Genetics of Cancer | The Cancer Genetics Program (CGP) - Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

Radiation Oncology:

Radiation has been an effective tool for treating cancer for more than 100 years. 60% of the patients diagnosed with cancer will receive radiation therapy as a part of their treatment. Radiation oncology is the specialty of medicine that uses radiation energy for treating usually malignant disease and occasionally benign disease. Radiation therapy works by damaging the DNA within the cancer cells and destroying their ability to reproduce.

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Radiation Therapy | Radiotherapy | RadOncLife | Radiation Oncologist | Cancer Treatment | Targeted Radiation | Clinical Radiation | Oncology Physics | Radiation Oncology Nursing | Rad Onc Residents | Linear Accelerator | Radiation Oncology Tech | Brachytherapy | Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy | Image-Guided Radiation Therapy | Proton Therapy | Dosimetry | Rad Onc Education

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American Society for Radiation Oncology | European Society for Radiotherapy and Oncology | Asian Society of Radiation Oncology | Canadian Association of Radiation Oncology | Radiation Therapy Oncology Group | International Society of Radiation Oncology | American Board of Radiology | British Institute of Radiology | Australian and New Zealand Society of Nuclear Medicine | Association of Residents in Radiation Oncology | Latin American Association of Radiation Oncology | African Radiation Oncology Group | International Atomic Energy Agency | Radiation Oncology Nurses Association | Brazilian Society of Radiation Oncology

Tissue regeneration and Oncology:

Tissue restoration is the process of renewal and evolution to repair or replace tissue that is damaged or hurts from a sickness. Tissue regeneration is a complex cellular process that involves an interplay of Growth Factors (GFs), Genes, Chemokine’s, Cytokines, and other signaling molecules. Flat muscle booths have the greatest ability to regenerate. The three kinds of chambers that can't be restored are Hepatocytes within the Liver, Neurons within the Brain, and Cardiac muscle.
There are three major types of regeneration:
    Compensatory regeneration

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Regenerative Medicine | Stem Cells | Tissue Engineering | Tissue Repair | Regeneration Research | Cell Therapy | Tissue Transplantation | Biomedical Engineering | Regenerative Biology | Cancer Regeneration | Tissue Repair in Cancer | Regenerative Oncology | Oncology and Regeneration | Tumor Microenvironment | Cancer Tissue Engineering | Stem Cells in Cancer 

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International Society for Stem Cell Research (ISSCR) | American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) | European Association for Cancer Research (EACR) | Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine International Society (TERMIS) | International Society for Cellular Therapy (ISCT) | Society for Regenerative Medicine (TERM) | Association for Cancer Immunotherapy (CIMT) | International Society for Biological and Environmental Repositories (ISBER)

Covid & Its impact on cancer:

Patients with cancer have a significantly higher risk of COVID-19 infection when compared with the persons without cancer. The patients who have blood and lung cancer and those are having anti-cancer treatment are venerable to COVID-19. These type of cancer patients having more death rate when we compared to other cancer patients due to pandemic the patient care was declined and delays or cancellation of cancer treatments.

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Covid And Cancer | Cancer During Covid | Cancer Care During Covid | Covid Cancer Impact | Cancer And Coronavirus | Oncology During Covid | Covid Cancer Treatment | Cancer Screening During Covid | Covid Cancer Research | Cancer Survivor During Covid | Covid19 Oncology | Telemedicine In Cancer Care | Cancer Prevention During Covid | Covid Cancer Support | Pandemic And Cancer | Covid Impact On Oncology | Cancer Clinical Trials During Covid | Oncology Nursing During Covid | Cancer Patients And Covid | Covid Cancer Awareness

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Dutch Cancer Society | Dutch Society for Surgical Oncology | Egypt Cancer Network | Egyptian Cancer Society | Egyptian Society of Surgical Oncology | ESMO Breast Cancer | ESMO Cervical Cancer | ESMO Esophageal Cancer | ESMO Immuno Oncology Congress  | Estonian Cancer Registry  | Society Of Gynecologic Oncology | Society of Surgical Oncology | South African Children's Study Cancer Group | Southwest Oncology Group | Spanish Association Against Cancer | Spanish Oncology Nursing Society | Společnost radiační oncology biology a fyziky | Stroud Foundation

Cancer Immunotherapies:

Cancer immunotherapy is a type of treatment that stimulates the body's immune system to fight cancer. The immune system plays a crucial role in recognizing and eliminating abnormal cells, including cancer cells. However, cancer cells can sometimes evade detection by the immune system or suppress its activity. Immunotherapy aims to overcome these obstacles and enhance the body's natural ability to recognize and destroy cancer cells.

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Immunotherapy | Checkpoint Inhibitors | CAR-T Cell Therapy | Monoclonal Antibodies | Cancer Vaccines | Immunology | Tumor Microenvironment | PD1 | PD-L1 | CTLA4 | Immune Response | Tumor in filtrating Lymphocytes | Immunomodulation | Side Effects in Immunotherapy

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American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) | American Cancer Society (ACS) | Cancer Research Institute (CRI) | National Cancer Institute (NCI) | European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO) | Society for Immunotherapy of Cancer (SITC) | Worldwide Innovative Networking (WIN) Consortium | Cancer Immunotherapy Trials Network (CITN) | International Cancer Immunotherapy Conference (CICON) | Association for Cancer Immunotherapy (CIMT)

Cells and Cell Structure:

All living things are made up of cells. Some organisms, such as bacteria, may exist solely as single-celled creatures. Others, including humans, are comprised of countless cells all working together to form a single living being. Humans are comprised of trillions of cells that are organized into tissues such as muscle and skin or organs like the liver or lung.

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Cell Structure | Cellular Components | Cell Division | Cellular Processes | Plasma Membrane | Cellular Organelles | Cytoskeleton | Endoplasmic Reticulum | Mitochondria | Cell Cycle | Cellular Function | Cell Nucleus | Cell Membrane | Cellular Biology | Cytology

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American Society for Cell Biology | European Molecular Biology Organization | International Society for Stem Cell Research | the Cell: An Image Library | Microscopy Society of America | Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology | British Society for Cell Biology | American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology | Cell Press | Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine

Tumor Virology and Immunology:

Environmental factors like tobacco smoke, radiation, and pollution increase cancer risk. Biological factors like genetics and infections, like HPV, hepatitis B, and C, also contribute to cancer development. Chronic inflammation from infections and other factors contributes to cancer. Understanding these relationships is crucial for effective prevention and treatment strategies.
Tumor immunology studies the relationship between immune function and cancer cells, revealing the complex mechanisms underlying cancer growth. The human immune system responds to immunogenic tumor cells through various steps, including presenting antigens, priming, infiltration, and recognition, development of effector and memory T cells, and humoral immunity.

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Tumor Virology | Viral Oncology | Oncogenic Viruses | Viral Cancer | Virus Induced Tumors | Tumor Virus Research | Oncogenic Virus Infection | Virus Associated Cancers | Viral Tumorigenesis | Virus Driven Cancer | Tumor Virus Interactions | Oncolytic Viruses | Viral Oncogenesis | Virus and Cancer | Cancer Immunology | Tumor Immunology | Immuno oncology | Tumor Immune Response | Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors | Tumor Infiltrating Lymphocytes | Antitumor Immunity | Immune Cell Therapy | Immunogenic Tumors

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International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer (IASLC) - Thoracic Oncology | American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) - Tumor Virology Working Group | International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) - Infections and Cancer Epidemiology Group | Society for Immunotherapy of Cancer | Cancer Immunotherapy Consortium | Association for Cancer Immunotherapy | European Academy of Tumor Immunology | Cancer Research Institute

Cancer Chemotherapy and Pharmacology:

Chemotherapy is a cancer treatment where medicine is used to kill cancer cells. There are many different types of chemotherapy medicine, but they all work in a similar way. They stop cancer cells reproducing, which prevents them from growing and spreading in the body. The study of drugs that are used to treat and prevent the cancer disease and the disease related to cancer and how it works. The pharmacology of cancer is divided into many types. They are alkylating agents, antimetabolites, plant alkaloids, anti-tumor antibiotics, nitrosoureas, hormonal agents, and biological response modifiers.

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Cancer Treatment | Oncology | Cancer Research | Pharmacology | Anti-Cancer Drugs | Chemotherapeutic Agents | Cancer Care | Targeted Therapy | Precision Medicine | Adjuvant Therapy | Combination Therapy | Clinical Trials | Chemoresistance | Drug Development | Personalized Medicine | Hematology Oncology | Oncology Pharmacy 

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American Association for Cancer Research | American Society of Clinical Oncology | European Society for Medical Oncology | International Society of Oncology Pharmacy Practitioners | Multinational Association of Supportive Care in Cancer | American Society of Hematology | European Hematology Association | International Society of Pediatric Oncology | Association for Clinical Oncology | Clinical Oncology Society of Australia

Other Topics:

Cancer Stem cell Treatments

AI in Cancer

Cancer Biopsy

Stem Cell Apoptosis & Signal Transduction

Biomarkers of Cancer Stem Cells

Tissue Repair and Regeneration

3D Bio printing & Bio Fabrication

Cancer Medicine and Rheumatology

Organ’s stem cell study


Diagnostic & Imaging of Regeneration

Epigenetic Identity in Cancer Stem Cells

Cancer Pharma Industry

Cancer immunotherapy Car T Cell Technology

Surgical and Clinical Oncology

Induced Pluripotent Stem cells

Precision Medicine for Cancer

AIDS-Related Cancer

Cancer Immunology and Immunotherapy

Stages of Cancer

Cancer Pathophysiology

Stem cell Uses in Regenerative Medicine

population screening

Microbial Metabolite

Commensal Microbiota

Antitumor immunity

Trimethylamine N-oxide


Oxygen Biology

Cancer-Associated Fibroblasts

Tumor Microenvironment

Stromal Heterogeneity

Systems Biology


Patient-Derived Organoids

Treatment Resistance

Cancer and Public Health

Cancer Diagnosis and screening

Rehabilitation and palliative care in cancer

Cancer clinical trials and case studies