Definição de 'cancer'

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We will miss some cancers and serious diseases. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The osteoporosis medication stops cancer spreading to the bones. The Sun (2016)Tissue biopsies can be inaccessible in lung cancer patients. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The drugs alter bone tissue, making it harder for cancer cells to survive there. The Sun (2016)Her mother died of cancer, she has no contact with her father and lives in a hostel for young people with mental difficulties. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Alzheimer's is the poor relation of health charities, way behind cancer and strokes in funding and research. The Sun (2017)Billed as a successor to the human genome project, it is expected to answer questions such as why immune cells near cancers so often shut down. Times, Sunday Times (2016)YOU would have to eat 320 slices of burnt toast a day to make any significant increase to your cancer risk, an expert claims. The Sun (2017)We have no evidence of a link to cancer or an increased risk of rupture. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Shortly after this he was diagnosed with lymphatic cancer. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The most serious and least common skin cancer is malignant melanoma. McKenzie, James F. & Pinger, Robert R. An Introduction to Community Health (1995)No two people share the same cancer journey just like no two people share the same fingerprints. Christianity Today (2000)This is aimed at wiping out any remaining cancer cells. Westcott, Patsy Alternative Health Care for Women (1991)Then a scan showed the cancer had spread to her liver and spine. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Two months ago he was diagnosed with lung cancer. Times, Sunday Times (2012)She handled the cancer the same way. The Sun (2016)She then heard that her mother had cancer and we had to come home early. The Sun (2015)These are not always obvious and can be caused by conditions other than cancer. The Sun (2011)This exposure can cause a small increase in cancer risk. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It is a cancer of the lymphatic system and can strike anywhere in the body. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It is also highly likely to give her malignant skin cancer. The Sun (2012)No studies have been done on humans about the cancer link just yet. The Sun (2012)Tests on cancer cells in the lab had similar results. The Sun (2013)It was the one place her cancer had spread that might become unstable. Times, Sunday Times (2014)

Sinônimos de cancer

growth, tumour, carcinoma, malignancy

Listas de Palavras

Human diseases, Constellations

Tendências de cancer

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Traduções de cancer

Inglês Britânico: cancer /ˈkænsə/ NOUN
illness Cancer is a serious illness in which abnormal body cells increase, producing growths.
Ninety per cent of lung cancers are caused by smoking.
  • Inglês Americano: cancer illness
  • Árabe: سَرَطَان
  • Português Brasileiro: câncer
  • Chinês: 癌症
  • Croata: rak bolest
  • Tcheco: rakovina
  • Dinamarquês: kræft
  • Holandês: kanker
  • Espanhol Europeu: cáncer
  • Finlandês: syöpä
  • Francês: cancer
  • Alemão: Krebs Erkrankung
  • Grego: καρκίνος
  • Italiano: cancro
  • Japonês:
  • Coreano:
  • Norueguês: kreft
  • Polonês: rak choroba
  • Português Europeu: cancro
  • Romeno: cancer
  • Russo: рак
  • Espanhol: cáncer
  • Sueco: cancer
  • Tailandês: มะเร็ง
  • Turco: kanser hastalık
  • Ucraniano: рак
  • Vietnamita: bệnh ung thư
Inglês Britânico: Cancer /ˈkænsə/ NOUN
sign of zodiac Cancer is one of the twelve signs of the zodiac. Its symbol is a crab. People who are born between the 21st of June and the 22nd of July come under this sign.
  • Inglês Americano: Cancer horoscope
  • Árabe: بُرْجُ السَّرَطَان
  • Português Brasileiro: Câncer
  • Chinês: 巨蟹座
  • Croata: rak horoskop
  • Tcheco: Rak znamení
  • Dinamarquês: Krebsen
  • Holandês: Kreeft sterrenbeeld
  • Espanhol Europeu: Cáncer
  • Finlandês: rapu horoskooppimerkki
  • Francês: Cancer
  • Alemão: Krebs
  • Grego: Καρκίνος
  • Italiano: Cancro
  • Japonês: 蟹座
  • Coreano: 게자리
  • Norueguês: Krepsen
  • Polonês: Rak horoskop
  • Português Europeu: Caranguejo
  • Romeno: Racsemn zodiacal
  • Russo: Рак
  • Espanhol: Cáncer
  • Sueco: Kräftan
  • Tailandês: ราศีกรกฎ
  • Turco: Yengeç Burcu
  • Ucraniano: Рак
  • Vietnamita: cung Cự Giải


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