Precancerous cells, or premalignant cells, refer to abnormal cells that can transform into cancerous cells; however, they are not invasive, meaning they don’t spread to other body parts, explains About.com. In most cases... More »

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A precancerous condition is defined as a medical condition that is not yet cancerous, but it may become a cancer if left untreated, according to MedicineNet. Another word for precancerous is premalignant. More »

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The growth of precancerous cells on the cervix, or cervical dysplasia, indicates that abnormal cells have developed on the cervix, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center. Cervical dysplasia is separated i... More »

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Precancerous cells, also called premalignant cells, are abnormal cells that have the potential to become cancerous, according to About.com. A precancerous cell is not destined to progress to cancer and can even return to... More »

Cancer is not a virus but an accumulation of abnormal cells that invade different parts of the body, according to MedicineNet. There are over 100 kinds of cancer. More »

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A high corpuscular hemoglobin count indicates the body's red blood cells are larger than usual, typically as a result of anemia caused by myelodysplasia, liver disease, vitamin B12 deficiency, hypothyroidism or folate de... More »

Malignant tumors are cancerous tumors made up of cells that grow fast and often spread throughout the body, according to the American Brain Tumor Association. Malignant tumors are often more invasive than benign tumors. ... More »

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