Cancer and heart disease are the most common cancers in the U.S., and each year around the globe millions of people become ill from both.
But for the first time, scientists are beginning to understand what triggers each one, as well as how each one can be detected and treated.
“Cancer is the most devastating disease on the planet, and there’s no cure for it,” says Dr. David Hsieh, director of the National Cancer Institute’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.
“We’ve got to understand how cancer progresses and what the cancer triggers are, so we can develop better treatments.”
To better understand what’s causing each of the common cancers, Hsiew says, we need to learn about the different types of cells, what makes them work and what can be done to prevent or treat them.
What are the common types of cancer?
Some of the most commonly diagnosed types of cancers are breast, colon, cervical, prostate and melanoma.
These cancers are all spread through the body and cause a variety of different symptoms, including pain, fever, nausea, vomiting, stomach cramps and other symptoms.
The first signs of a breast cancer attack are typically the most severe and the hardest to treat.
A breast cancer may appear as small bumps, tenderness or bleeding in the skin or around the mouth, neck or lower abdomen.
Sometimes, however, it may appear more like a lump or lumpy mass, especially in the lower back or buttocks.
These are called non-small-cell lung cancer (NSCLC).
The first symptoms usually appear within two to four weeks of the cancer first appearing.
Most women with NSCLC go on to have many other cancers and eventually die.
There are also other types of breast cancers, which include: colon, prostate, lung, ovarian and other types.
They usually appear around the time the cancer is in its early stages and typically spread by sharing needles or other dirty or infected surfaces, or by contact with the blood or other bodily fluids of the woman.
The cancer usually does not affect the body’s immune system, but the treatment can slow or stop the spread of the disease.
In some cases, treatment can also be done by stopping the use of certain medications and avoiding certain foods.
In other cases, chemotherapy can be used to stop the growth of the new cancer.
If you have breast cancer, there are several different types, according to the American Cancer Society: BRCA1, BRCa2 and BRCAb.
These genes are the main drivers of breast cancer in women, and the researchers believe that a lack of one of these genes could cause breast cancer to spread.
BRCAB1 is the first in women to be found in people with breast cancer and has been linked to breast cancer risk.
Women with BRCB1 have a higher risk of developing the most aggressive breast cancer.
BARC1 is a second gene, which is found in women who have had two previous breast cancers.
This gene causes breast cancer cells to divide and grow larger.
BCRT2 is a gene that helps regulate the growth and migration of cells.
BERP2 is the same gene as BRC, which has been associated with breast cancers in other women.
The researchers believe a deficiency in one of the BRC genes could lead to breast cancers that are not as aggressive.
There is also a gene called DYS, which acts as a receptor that signals cells to stop dividing.
Studies have shown that people with this gene have a greater chance of having breast cancer than those with a normal gene.
But other research has shown that DYS genes can also help to control breast cancer growth.
For more on breast cancer: A breast tumor can also develop as a nodule or an abnormal growth on the breast, called a mastectomy.
Mastectomies are used to treat certain cancers, such as ovarian and breast cancers and certain types of colorectal cancer.
However, they also cause the patient to lose the ability to produce breast milk, which can cause other complications, including the need for additional surgeries.
BPD is a form of BRC that occurs in people who have been diagnosed with breast or ovarian cancer.
It is also known as non-melanoma skin cancer.
People with BPD have a much lower chance of developing cancer.
Some BPD patients may have cancer in other parts of their bodies, such in the neck or neck region, which causes a lot of pain and discomfort.
BPSC is a type of BAC that occurs more frequently in people over 65 years old, and it affects the muscles of the chest.
It usually appears between age 65 and 70.
The condition is more common in people of African descent, African-American, Asian and Native American descent.
People who have BPS are usually diagnosed with the disease around the same time