Cancer is the most common cause of death in the United States, killing more than one in five Americans every year.
That is, about one in three people will die from it at some point.
Here’s what you need to know about cancer and what to do if you’re diagnosed with the disease.
Cancer causes a lot of damage to your body.
It kills a lot More than 50 million people a year.
But that’s not all.
About two-thirds of all cancer deaths are the result of cancer treatment, such as surgery or chemotherapy.2.
Most people don’t get cancer.
It can be a scary disease that you don’t know much about.
The more you know, the more likely you are to get it.3.
People with cancer have different symptoms.
You may not feel sick, but you might feel different symptoms or a different set of symptoms.4.
There are many different types of cancer, and you can develop different types.
You can be diagnosed with cancer at any age.
For example, about 25% of Americans are diagnosed with stage IV, Stage V, and Stage III cancers.
These cancers affect the lung and bladder, but they also affect the liver and kidneys.5.
There is no cure for cancer.
However, there are treatments for cancer that may help you live a long time.
For instance, cancer treatment can help lower your risk of dying from cancer by as much as half.
The most common treatments for stage IV cancer are surgery and chemotherapy.
These treatments are usually given to people over 60.6.
Cancer affects a lot more people in the US than any other country.
For the US, there were more than 3 million new cancer cases in 2015, which was an increase of nearly 10% from the previous year.
There’s no cure.
The only way to prevent cancer from spreading is to prevent the development of new cancers.
There have been a few different ways to prevent a cancer from developing.
These are called selective mutagenesis (SMA), which involves destroying a gene in a tumor, or the development and spread of a gene that causes cancer.8.
Cancer is hard to diagnose.
You have to see it in person to get the diagnosis.
In some cases, it takes a specialist to see you.
For some people, it’s easier to spot the cancer in someone else.9.
Your health will likely improve if you have treatment.
Cancer treatment can also reduce the risk of cancer recurrence.
If you’re a woman, the cancer treatment that is most effective is hormonal therapy, which is usually given between the ages of 25 and 40.
For men, treatment may also include hormone therapy, chemo, and surgery.10.
If there are any side effects from treatment, they may be less severe.
In most cases, side effects are minor and usually go away within a few months of stopping treatment.11.
You’ll likely get better with more treatment.
Most cancer treatments will help your body recover from the damage caused by the cancer.
If your body does get better, you may also be able to live longer.
your risk may be higher than with any other kind of cancer.
For more about cancer treatment and prevention, see the section called Cancer Treatment and Prevention.
Some types of radiation may cause side effects, too.
Radiation can damage the DNA of your cells, which can cause side-effects.
You should talk to your doctor if you notice any of the following: redness, swelling, itching, itching and swelling of your eyes, nose, lips, or tongue.
You also may feel a burning sensation when you take a cold medicine.
Radiation treatment can increase your risk.
It’s important to talk to a doctor about any side effect that you notice.
This is called “dose-response,” and it’s important for you to talk about how much radiation you’re taking, and how long it takes to get better.14.
Radiation therapy can be expensive.
If treatment does not work, you can pay for additional treatments.
For this reason, it is recommended that you wait until you’re at least 65 years old before starting treatment.
Your chances of surviving cancer increases with age.
If the cancer is advanced, it can be even harder to treat.
The older you get, the harder it can get to treat the cancer, which may make it even more difficult to live with the cancer and live a longer time.
For more information about cancer, see our Cancer page.