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Tobacco contains many carcinogens and also has strong cancer promoting activity but exposure over a long period is necessary to cause cancer. Oral cancers not only cause a large number of deaths but also disfigurement. The tumours of the mouth and pharnyxcalled the head and neck tumours — arise on the jaw or tongue or the palate. When these tumours are removed by 24 98 CURABLE CANCER surgery, it becomes necessary to remove the jaw, the tongue or voice box and this causes permanent disfigurement of the face.
The strategy is straightforward. Costs of treating cancers are increasing and so is the incidence of some habit related cancers — mainly tobacco associated ones. If we can educate people to develop healthier habits, we can perhaps nip the problem in the bud. Our own determination for a better life will decide our future. I n the year 1890, David von Hansemann, a pathologist, who had been looking at human cancers under the microscope reported that he frequently saw irregularities of cell division in tumours.
The tumour cells grow on top of each other or pile up. This is also due to the loss of contact inhibition. This behaviour helps identify tumour cells in culture. One of the main aims of research in cancer has been to understand how cells divide and also, what stops their division. It is understood that during early development, the embryo consists of only rapidly dividing cells. This division gradually stops so that after birth, mitosis is seen mainly in renewing tissues such as bone marrow and skin.