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I've spent a few hours going through the Johns Hopkins short course entitled "Introduction to the Biology of Cancer" and which covers almost exactly what I was looking for: major types of cancer (lung, stomach, colon, liver, breast and prostate, but curiously not skin cancer), known causes (spoiler: don't smoke), genetic bases, metastatic process, treatment ...


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Here's the definition of health according to WHO: Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. As you can see, there are a lot of components to this term, of which some, like absence of disease, can be objectively assessed in a uniform manner, while others may have criteria that ...


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You could try the 'For Dummies' range: https://www.dummies.com/store-search.html?query=cancer which, incidentally, cover a whole range of health issues: https://www.dummies.com/health/


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What is the medical consensus regarding the effect sugar consumption has on health? There is still no concensus about the effects of sugar intake on health, mainly due to lack of long-term randomized clinical trials. Is eating sugar always bad? Can it be eaten in moderation and present no risk to diabetes and other issues? According to systematic reviews ...


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