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When the cells in the eyes starts growing uncontrollably and becomes a mass, then there increases the chance of eye cancer. Eye cancer are of mainly two types; primary eye cancer and metastic eye cancer. Primary eye cancer starts within the eye. Metastic eye cancer spreads to eye from another organ.
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Not a very common type of cancer, thyroid is a cancer of the thyroid gland, which is located in the front of the neck. The thyroid gland produces hormones which regulate normal body, heart rate blood pressure, body temperature and weight.
There are various types of thyroid cancer
- Papillary thyroid cancer– Found mostly between people aged between 30-50 years of age.
- Follicular thyroid cancer– Found among people of 50 years of age or above.
- Medullary thyroid cancer– Its due to genetic cause and has cancer in other glands as well.
- Anaplastic thyroid cancer– Commonly found in people above 60 years of age. Its an aggressive cancer.
Thyroid cancer is mainly seen