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What exactly is Cancer?

Cancer is a complex set of genetic diseases that lead to abnormal cell growth, proliferation, and metastasis of cancer cells to vital organs resulting in death.

Patients with KRAS-G12C Mutation

Thirteen percent of patients with non–small-cell lung cancers (NSCLC) and 1-3% patients with colorectal (CRC) and other cancers carry KRAS p.G12C driver mutations.

Stage of Cancer

Cancer is a progressive disease which develops over time by the accumulation of harmful mutations in genes controlling normal growth and development.

Drug Resistance in Cancer

Cancer is caused by abnormal activity of a driver oncogene or inactivation of a tumor suppressor gene that encode enzyme regulating cellular processes.

Biomarkers in Cancer

A biomarker is a biomolecule that is an indicator of normal health or disease in the body. It can be DNA in a gene, mRNA, an enzyme or a protein.


In this method, molecules which bind to specific surface proteins on cancer cells, are linked to weak radionuclides and injected in cancer patients.

Liquid Biopsy in Cancer

Biopsy is a medical procedure in which tissue samples from the body are removed surgically for detection and diagnosis of a specific disease.

Hereditary Cancer

Cancer is caused by the gradual accumulation of mutations in genes that regulate normal cell growth, proliferation, differentiation, and death.