Cancers of the blood, bone marrow, and lymph nodes, such as leukemia and lymphoma, may also be more common as a result of autoimmune disease. Despite having a similar basis, cancer and autoimmunity have massive opposing forces. They both work to influence the immune system of the organism by directing immune cells in various directions.
Autoimmune disorders
Cancer biology is the study of how an ordinary cell's intracellular network is harmed during carcinogenesis in order to create practical predictive models that can help researchers and doctors confirm new treatments. Biomarkers Testing is a means to find genes, proteins, and other substances that can reveal information about cancer
·        Tumor testing or Biomarkers
·        Tumor genetic testing
·        Genomic testing or genomic profiling
·        Molecular testing or molecular profiling
·        Liquid biopsies
·        Tumorigenesis
·        Malignant progression
Currently, the origin of the cell and the type of tissue are used to categorize cancer. Most malignancies are brought on by environmental, lifestyle, or behavioral factors. 
·        Carcinoma
·        Sarcoma
·        Leukaemia and Myeloma
·        Physical and Chemical Carcinogens
·        Lifestyle, Diet and Exercise
·        Autoimmune disease
·        Radiation
Hematological cancer, commonly known as blood cancer, develops when abnormal blood cells expand out of control. To choose the most suitable treatments, it is essential to make an accurate diagnosis of the particular form of blood cancer.
·        Hodgkin lymphoma
·        Non-Hodgkin lymphoma
·        Leukemia
·        Multiple myeloma
·        Blood and Imaging test, Biopsies
·        Bone marrow transplantation
·        Chemotherapy 
Various malignancies can be found in different areas of the human body depending on the organ in which they are present. 
·        Breast cancer
·        Blood cancer
·        Brain cancer
·        Head and Neck Cancer (HSNCC)
·        Oral cancer
·        Thoracic cancer
·        Lung cancer
·        Skin and Bone Cancer
·        Osteosarcoma
·        Gastrointestinal Cancer
·        Endocrine Cancer
·        Neuroendocrine cancer
·        Genitourinary cancer
·        Prostate Cancer
·        Kidney Cancer
·        Bladder and Colon Cancer
·        Tumor or Malignant Tumor
·        Testicular Cancer
·        Urologic Cancer
·        Pancreatic Cancer
·        Gynecologic cancer
·        Neurologic Cancer 
·        Pediatric Cancer  
The growth and spread of cancer are influenced by numerous factors. A third of the most prevalent malignancies could be prevented by altering one's lifestyle. Following a nutritious diet, being active, and avoiding extra body fat may aid the body's capacity to fight cancer. Your body's capacity to tolerate specific foods and absorb nutrients can also be affected by cancer therapies
Lifestyle Factors
Diet and Medication
Oncologists are medical professionals that treat cancer and provide care to patients who have received a cancer diagnosis. In addition to this, oncologists contribute to cancer research, health promotion, clinical training, and ethics.
Surgical oncologist
Cardio oncologist
Gynecologic and Pediatric oncologists
Thoracic and Urologic oncologists
Cancer imaging test is a way of determining which areas of a person are impacted by cancer
X-rays and other Radiographic Tests
Molecular and Nuclear Imaging
In order to provide cancer patients with better care, genomic-based diagnostics are increasingly being used as an aspect of based on evidence diagnosis. The effectiveness of any preventive measures is assessed by the epidemiologic assessment defines screening methods for high-risk populations, and defines the idea of cancer surveillance.
Genomic Heterogeneity and Tumors
Prevention Strategies
Tissue-specific expression
Immunotherapy, which targets the immune system and has revolutionized cancer treatment in the past ten years, is used to treat tumors such as liver cancer, leukemia, lung cancer, and others. The extensive range of systemic immune changes that take place during the development of cancer and the vital role of peripheral immune cells in the anticancer immune response has recently been made clear by recent studies.
Onco immunology           
Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors (Icis)
Chemotherapeutic agents
T-cell transfer therapy
Uncontrolled cell division leads to abnormal development and the emergence of new growths (neoplasias) or tumours. Cancer cytopathology in medicine is concerned with the laboratory analysis of cancer cells in samples of body fluids or tissue. It is tended to a painless method used for diagnosis and screening for cancers.
Benign tumours
Cancer pathophysiology covers the circumstances under which cancer develops as a multi-step process involving mutation and selection for cells with a gradually higher potential for proliferation, survival, invasion, and metastasis.
The field of medicine known as neurooncology deals with cancers that affect the brain and spinal cord. The use of various types of radiation in order to treat cancer and other illnesses is known as radiation therapy, sometimes known as radiotherapy
Uses of X rays, CT and MRI
When chemotherapy is not an option, healthy bone marrow cells are given to the patient. Gene therapy can also be used to protect healthy cells from the side effects of cancer treatment or to develop the body's immune system to detect and attack cancer cells.
Autologous and Allogeneic transplant
Gene transfer
Cancer prevention is referred to as taking reasonable efforts to lower the chance of developing cancer. Palliative care is medical treatment aimed at enhancing the quality of life for those with terminal illnesses like cancer. It can be given at any stage of cancer treatment, from diagnosis until death.
Diet and Physical Activity
Patient Assessment & Education
Palliative Sedation Therapy
By taking part in the cancer rehabilitation program, you might recover more completely or more quickly.
Cancer treatment and recovery 
Survivorship Care Plans 
Follow-Up Medical Care
When cancer is treatable surgically, screening can identify precancerous lesions or early cancer. This includes assessing the presence of cancer in the body and establishing the nature of the condition.
Precancerous lesions
Cancer Nanotechnology
Promote early diagnosis
Clinical trials are used to investigate novel approaches for treating, diagnosing, preventing, and managing cancer symptoms and side effects. There are many kinds of cancer clinical trials, such as:
Clinical and preclinical research
Treatment and Prevention Trails
In silico trials
Diagnosis & Treatment of cancer
Treatments for cancer operate by preventing cancer cells from growing, dividing, and creating more cells. This can be used to treat a variety of cancers.
Traditional chemotherapy or cytotoxic chemotherapy 
Radiation therapy 
Stem cell transplant
Risk and Side effects of Treatment

The term complementary therapy refers to therapies that are provided alongside standard medical care as a complement rather than as a part of treatment. Supplements, diets, lifestyle modifications, and other measures can take conventional anticancer treatments in alternative therapy.
Ayurvedic and acupuncture 
Homeopathic Medicines 
Cancer Physical therapy 
Medicinal Chemistry
AI has the potential to transform oncology by utilizing big data to advance cancer therapy into the 21st century and beyond. 
Robotic intelligence
Clinical treatment
Clinical decision-making
In future years, more personalized therapy options and a better prognosis for cancer patients will be available for genetic medicine.
Circulating tumor DNA
Real-time Cancer diagnostics
Robotic-assisted surgery 
Tumor-treating fields