Translation of cancer in Spanish:

cancer

cáncer, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈkansə//ˈkænsər/

noun

  • 1

    Medicine
    (disease)
    cáncer masculine
    cancer of the breast cáncer de mama
    • a cancer in our society un cáncer de nuestra sociedad
    • before noun cancer patient enfermo de cáncer
    • Denos died last Wednesday after a long battle against cancer and the lung disease emphysema.
    • Members suffer from illnesses such as cancer, heart disease, diabetes and asthma.
    • Most stomach cancers form a tumour or an ulcer in the inner lining of the stomach.
    • The single greatest cause of most skin cancers is excessive exposure to sunlight.
    • The biggest killer of children last year was not cancer or natural diseases but road accidents.
    • The goal of chemotherapy in people with early cancers is usually to kill the cancerous cells and to cure the condition.
    • A large number of people with cancer overcome the disease and live fulfilled lives for many years.
    • Cases progress slowly resulting in chronic liver diseases, cirrhosis and cancer.
    • Some of those volunteers will develop cancer, heart disease or mental illness.
    • In almost all bladder cancers, the cancer cells show a loss of part of the long arm of chromosome number 9.
    • As with many cancers, the best way to diagnose testicular cancer is with an operation.
    • Consider why the patient has consulted; many are worried about heart disease or cancer.
    • Diseases caused by aberrant gene expression include viral diseases and cancer.
    • The knowledge gained could cure cancer, prevent heart disease, and feed millions.
    • Skin cancers are the most common form of cancer in the West, particularly in people such as farmers who are exposed to lots of sunlight.
    • Pesticides have also been associated with a series of other diseases, including cancer.
    • Vital research will include finding new drugs to treat diseases such as cancer.
    • They have become the main providers of funding for research into cancer and heart disease.
    • Despite the advances in treatment in recent years, cancer remains a distressing disease.
    • The cream is applied to a skin cancer and given time to be absorbed by the malignant cells.
    • Certain cancers and treatments are associated with specific fears.
    • The city is a regional centre for the treatment of many diseases, including cancer and heart disease.
    • Malignant tumours are the real cancers and they behave quite differently from benign tumours.
    • In particular, it is thought to cause mesothelioma, a cancer of the outer lining of the lung or the abdomen.
    • Almost all oral cancers are squamous cell carcinomas caused, in the majority of cases, by smoking and drinking.
    • This may predispose people to conditions such as cancer and heart disease.
    • Because sunburn changes the skin's DNA, it has been linked to skin cancers.
    • Lymphoma is a general term for a group of cancers that originate in the lymphatic system.
    • The experiment shows that not all cancers are destined to become malignant.
    • They will also ask if anyone in your family has had endometrial cancer or other related cancers.
    • The growth of a cancer has a different path of development from that of the healthy body.
    • Some cancers present few if any symptoms and cause few problems and little to no pain.
    • Leukaemia is the name for a number of cancers of the white blood cells.
    • As doctors we are all too aware of the natural causes of death, such as cancer and heart disease, the top killers.
    • In almost all cancers, the cancer cells are found to have a mutation in one or more genes.
    • Stopping smoking can help to slow the progress of the condition and help to reduce the chances of lung cancer.
    • I gave up smoking because I didn't want to die prematurely of cancer or heart disease.
    • Exercise can help reduce obesity, which is related to the cause of several cancers.
    • Other lung conditions such as lung cancer will need to be ruled out as part of the diagnosis.
    • Exercise does not just lower our chances of heart disease, cancer and diabetes.
  • 2Cancer

    • 2.1(constellation)

      Cáncer

    • 2.2(constellation, person)

      (masculine and feminine) Cáncer
      (masculine and feminine) cáncer
      canceriano masculine
      canceriana feminine
      see also Aquarius
      • Depression is a cancer of the soul, it eats away at the core of who you are and replaces it with doubt and pain and fear.
      • Those people are a cancer in our society and they deserve to be in jail.
      • Domestic violence in America is on the rise and we need to be aware that it is a cancer in our society.
      • People need to devise their own ways of controlling and correcting their youth lest they become the cancer of the community.
      • the financial services industry is like a cancer in our society.