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Cancer is abnormal cell growth and may develop for a wide variety of reasons, some of which are known and others that aren’t. Normal cells have certain limits to their growth, cancerous cells continue to grow without controls, eventually causing serious and life-threatening damage. You can’t ‘catch’ cancer and it is not a sexually transmitted infection.

Cancer | NHS
What is cancer? | Cancer UK
What is cancer? | Macmillan
Cancer | Wikipedia
Types of cancer | Cancer UK

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Provides opportunities for LGBTQI+ people affected by cancer to meet and share their experiences. Believes that people of all sexualities and genders should be able to see themselves represented in the cancer services they access and that those service providers should be welcoming and knowledgeable of what it means to be LGBTQI+.
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Introduction to male cancers | LGBT Foundation
Emerging picture of LGBT people with cancer | Macmillan

Olaparib: Drug to treat inherited cancers offered on NHS in England and Wales | BBC | 6 Apr 2023

What Is cancer? | Biology for All | FuseSchool | 8 Jan 2017 | 3m 18s

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