Diabetes and Cancer

People with type 2 diabetes are susceptible to develop various cancers; Diabetic women were more likely to develop colorectal cancer and mortality. Cancer in diabetes is developed mainly due to insulin resistance and the accumulated fat around the organs which secrete chemicals by making the cells more aggressive, which are finally resulting in tumour growth.

  • Cancer Screening
  • Impact of Chemotherapy Drugs
  • Lymphoma
  • Advanced stage of Breast Cancer

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