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A tumor is a mass or chunk of tissue that may take after growing. Not all tumors are dangerous, yet it is a smart thought to see a specialist on the off chance that one shows up. The National Cancer Institute characterize a tumor as "an unusual mass of tissue that outcomes when cells isolate more than they ought to or don't pass on when they should." In a solid body, cells develop, isolate, and supplant each other in the body. As new cells structure, the old ones bite the dust. At the point when an individual has disease, new cells structure when the body needn't bother with them. In the event that there are such a large number of new cells, a gathering of cells, or tumor, can create. Albeit a few tumors are benevolent and comprise of noncancerous cells, others are dangerous. Threatening tumors are harmful, and the cells can spread to different pieces of the body

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