While many people dread receiving a cancer diagnosis, it does happen. The National Cancer Institute (NCI), a division of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) reports that about 1,685,210 new cases of cancer were reported in 2016. They estimate that every year 454.8 cases (for every 100,000 people) of cancer are reported. The good news is that new treatments are being developed every day. These new therapies include new advanced cancer treatment options and mirror our better understanding of the basket of illnesses that fall under the umbrella of cancer. If you have been diagnosed with any cancer, you need to learn more about what you have.
For every kind of cancer, there are treatments that have been developed for it specifically. Additionally, there are different kinds of treatments that are b