Get to know your words: Pre-Cancer

Pre-Cancer

Cells are present that have grown abnormally

It is important to note that pre-cancer DOES NOT mean you will develop cancer. It means a higher risk of cancer developing at some point. It is a sign that closer monitoring is needed to catch any cancer development early, or even to prevent it from developing at all.



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