7th grade science

How are cancer cells different from normal, healthy cells?

How many different types of cancers are there and what causes them?

What is the history of cancer? When was it first identified? What were the first treatments?

What types of doctors work with cancer patients and what do they do to treat cancer?

What is the future of cancer research or treatments?

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  1. Goodness, Delilah! We're willing to help you -- but we're not going to do all of your research for you.

  2. okay sorry

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