Types of cancer

By no means a single disease with a single treatment, there are over 200 types of cancer. Each type has its own name and treatment. Click on the links below to find out more about them.

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Gall bladder cancer

Gall bladder cancer is rare. It's very rare in people under 50 and is most often seen in people over 70. It's more common in women than men.

Gastro oesophageal junction cancer

Gastro oesophageal junction cancer

Germ cell tumours

Germ cells develop in egg cells and sperm cells. Cancer that starts in these cells is a germ cell tumour.

Gullet - Oesophagus cancer

Oesophageal cancer affects the gullet – the tube that takes food from the throat to the stomach. There are two main types of oesophageal cancer: squamous cell carcinoma and adenocarcinoma.