Solid Tumour Oncology

Solid tumours account for around 30% of all malignancies in children. A brain tumour is the most common type of solid tumour discovered in children. Tumors are not all cancerous. A benign tumour is one that does not contain any cancer cells. Malignant tumours include cancer cells. The research of Tumour Suppressor Genes and Proto-Oncogenes Genetic Alterations in Solid Tumors has substantially enhanced our understanding of cancer biology. Scientists are learning more about the fundamental processes that allow solid tumours to develop, advance, and respond to treatment.

Examples of solid tumours are

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