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About a million americans will develop skin cancer this year. Skin cancer is
the most prevalent of all cancers, and it's increasingly on the rise. There are
millions of tiny cells that make up the human body. There are different kinds of
cells, but they all make new cells by a process that involves dividing in half. This
is how old cells are replaced with strong new cells. When a cells divides and
doesn't do the job that it was intended to do for the body, and then it continues
to divide and makes more of these "useless" cells, and these cells continue to
collect, it is called a tumor.
There are two types of tumors: benign and malignant. The cells in a benign
tumor can "crowd out" healthy cells, even though they can not spread to other,
and healthier, parts of the body (Ingraham 447). However, a malignant tumor is
cancer. A malignant tumor can also "crowd out " the healthy cells ...
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