Quick Quiz

Anal cancer is a rare malignancy, representing approximately 0.5% of all new cancer cases in the United States.1,2 The American Cancer Society estimates that approximately 8590 new cases (5900 women and 2690 men) of anal cancer will be diagnosed in the country in 2020, and approximately 1350 (810 women and 540 men) will die from the disease.1 How much do you know about anal cancer?

Thymoma and thymic carcinomas are rare cancers affecting the thymus, a small organ located behind the breastbone in the front part of the chest.1,2 Although the exact number is not known, the American Cancer Society estimates that less than 1 person per 1.5 million people in the United States is diagnosed with these malignancies annually (approximately 400 cases per year).1 How much do you know about thymus cancers?

Retinoblastoma is a very rare malignancy that originates in the retina, the specialized tissue at the back of the eye that detects light and color.1 It is the most common type of eye cancer in children.2 According to the American Cancer Society, approximately 200 to 300 children in the United States are diagnosed with retinoblastoma each year, and greater than 90% of children with retinoblastoma are cured each year as long as the cancer has not metastasized.3 How much do you know about retinoblastoma?

Adrenocortical carcinoma, also known as adrenal cancer, is a very rare and aggressive cancer that originates in the cortex (outer layer) of the adrenal gland.1 According to the American Cancer Society, adrenocortical carcinoma is so rare that the number of people diagnosed with the disease in the United States is unknown but is estimated to be approximately 200 individuals per year.2 How much do you know about adrenal cancer?

Chronic myeloid leukemia, also known as chronic myelogenous leukemia, is a malignancy that originates in blood-forming cells (called myeloid cells) found in bone marrow.1 According to the American Cancer Society, approximately 8990 individuals (5250 men and 3740 women) in the United States will be diagnosed with chronic myeloid leukemia in 2019, and approximately 1140 individuals (660 men and 480 women) will die from the disease in the same year.1 How much do you know about chronic myeloid leukemia?

Esophageal cancer is a malignancy that can occur anywhere along the esophagus.1 According to the American Cancer Society, approximately 17,650 individuals in the United States will be diagnosed with esophageal cancer in 2019, and approximately 16,080 individuals will die from this disease in the same year.2 How much do you know about esophageal cancer?

Melanoma is a form of skin cancer that occurs when pigment-producing cells called melanocytes mutate and become cancerous.1 According to the American Cancer Society, approximately 96,480 individuals in the United States will be diagnosed with melanoma in 2019, and approximately 7230 individuals will die from the disease in the same year.1 How much do you know about melanoma?

Nasal cavity and paranasal sinus cancers are very rare cancers in the United States.1 According to the American Cancer Society, approximately 2000 individuals will be diagnosed with these malignancies each year.1 How much do you know about nasal cavity and paranasal sinus cancers?

Kidney cancer is among the 10 most frequently diagnosed cancers in men and women.1 According to the American Cancer Society, approximately 73,820 individuals will be diagnosed with cancer of the kidneys in 2019, and approximately 14,770 will die from this disease.1 How much do you know about kidney cancer?

Gallbladder cancer is a very rare cancer that starts in the gallbladder and is extremely difficult to diagnose in the early stages.1 According to the American Cancer Society, approximately 12,360 individuals will be diagnosed with cancer of the gallbladder and/or nearby large bile ducts in 2019, and approximately 3960 will die from this disease.2 How much do you know about gallbladder cancer?

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