That type of cancer that originates from cells lining the surface of the body or surface of the body channels, such as tissues such as skin cells, testis, ovary, mucus glands, melanin cells, breast, cervix, colon, rectum, stomach, pancreas, and esophagus.
That type of cancer that originates from the blood-forming tissue such as lymphoid tissue, lacteal, spleen, various lymph nodes, thymus, and bone marrow. Specific lymphomas include Hodgkin disease (cancer of the lymph nodes and spleen)
This type of cancer does not form a tumor mass, but fulfill the function of blood vessels and interfere with normal blood cells.
Ie nervous system cancers, such as glial cells (supporting tissue) in the central nervous system.
Carcinoma in situ
That is the term used to describe the abnormal epithelial cells are still limited in certain areas so it is still considered prainvasif lesions (abnormalities / injuries that have not memyebar)