Lung cancer begins when abnormal cells grow in one or both lungs.
Lymphedema is a condition in which a part of the body, most often the arms or legs, is severely swollen due to an accumulation of protein and fluid in the affected area.
Lymphoma is cancer that occurs in the cells of the lymphatic system (immune system), a network of lymph nodes and lymph vessels that carry lymph fluid, nutrients, and waste throughout tissues and t
Ovarian cancer occurs when abnormal cells grow in one or both of the ovaries in the female reproductive system.
Pancreatic cancer, also called exocrine cancer, forms in the tissue of the pancreas, an organ in the digestive system located in the abdomen.
Prostate cancer occurs in the prostate gland in the male reproductive system.
Skin cancer or melanoma forms in the melanocytes, cells found in the skin that produce melanin that tans the skin.
Stomach cancer, also called gastric cancer, forms in the tissues lining the stomach, an organ in the digestive system.
Testicular cancer occurs in one or both testicles in the male reproductive system. There are many types of testicular cancer—germ cell tumors are the most common.
Thyroid cancer occurs in the thyroid gland, an organ located in the throat near the Adam’s apple.
Uterine cancer forms in the uterus (the womb) in the female reproductive system, and usually occurs after menopause.