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A tumor may be a mass or lump of tissue which will resemble swelling. Not all tumors are cancerous, but it's an honest idea to ascertain a doctor if one appears. The National Cancer Institute define a tumor as “an abnormal mass of tissue that results when cells divide quite they ought to or don't die once they should.”  In a healthy body, cells grow, divide, and replace one  another within the body. As new cells form, the old ones die. When an individual has cancer, new cells form when the body doesn't need them. If there are too many new cells, a gaggle of cells, or tumor, can develop. Although some tumors are benign and contains noncancerous cells, others are malignant. Malignant tumors are cancerous, and therefore the cells can spread to other parts of the body.






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