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Quarterly published in print and online "Inventi Rapid: Bioinformatics" publishes high quality unpublished as well as high impact pre-published research and reviews catering to the needs of researchers and professionals from IT as well as of life sciences domains. It focuses on storing, retrieving, organizing and analyzing the biological data, and on new developments in genome bioinformatics and computational biology.
Cancer is as real as any other disease in the world. It can be cured like many other diseases, but the biggest difference about cancer is it originates from our own body and it is neither visible in unaided eyes nor shows symptoms at early stages, but it still remains one of the highest death-causing diseases which has approximately 10.3 million people could be killed per year by cancer. Despite advances in scientific understanding of cancer and an expanding range of treatment options, cancer remains an enigma in many ways, necessitating further research. Brief information is needed to the individuals who may or may not involve with cancer that how much progress has been made so far in order to treat cancer. General people are becoming more interested in reading about scientific breakthroughs, especially when they are presented without the use of mathematics. Because cancer now affects so many families, there is widespread interest in learning more about it, particularly in an article that is brief and focused solely on cancer treatment progress in plain language that anyone can understand. This article's primary audience is people with a general interest in cancer science. This study looks at what cancer is and how cancer-related potentialities are performed, improved and embodied from old up to modern regimes in a way that everyone can understand....
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