Education Station

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Cancer might seem scary, but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t learn about it. Like we said before, over 500,000 minors are living under the same roof as a cancer patient. Countless more are directly affected by the diagnosis of a best friend, family member, or other loved one. If we ignore what cancer is, we aren’t helping the cause, we’re just dismissing it. However, if we educate ourselves on what cancer is, where it comes from, and how we can help those affected by it, we’re making the world a lot better—both for ourselves and everyone else.

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What is cancer?

Cancer is a word no one wants to hear. Cancer is something that oftentimes invokes bad memories, unpleasant thoughts, or worry. However, we must remember something about cancer: as unpleasant as it is to think about, it’s important that we understand what it is and why it affects people. By learning more about cancer, we … Continue reading What is cancer?