So let's wrap up this video
series on the overview of cancer.
Cancer is a collection of related diseases where
there's a breakdown of orderly cell processes.
In metastasis, the cancer cells- big dumb
bullies, break away from where they first formed,
that's our primary cancer site, they travel through
the blood and the lymph system and form new tumors.
That's metastatic tumors in other parts of the body.
Now cancer can be categorized based
on the certain types of cell where it begins.
That's how we walk through what
carcinoma, sarcoma, leukemia, lymphoma,
multiple myeloma, melanomas
and brain and spinal cord.
Thank you for watching our video today.