For millions of people around the globe, cancer is seen as devastating, both physically and psychologically. Because of the extensive prevalence of the disease worldwide and the uncertainty and severe unpleasantness of the most common treatments it has more than deserved the epithet, “dread disease”.
Many people can identify with the disease, either as a direct sufferer or knowing of a family member, relative, colleague or other acquaintance who went through the experience. Cancer absolutely does not prescribe to any racial, religious, cultural or social boundaries. It affects the wealthy, the poor, aristocrats, sinners, intellectuals, drunkards, and even those perceived as living a super healthy life.
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