Tumour

usgb/ˈtuːmər/Volume
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Harm PotentialPlay
Understand that 'tumour' can refer to both harmful (cancerous) and non-harmful growths in the body. SlideThey're relieved to hear the tumour is non-harmful.
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Emotional WeightPlay
'Tumour' may evoke fear or concern, as it is often associated with serious medical conditions. SlideHer family was anxious after learning about her tumour.
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Benign vs MalignantPlay
'Benign' means the tumour is not cancerous, while 'malignant' indicates a cancerous and more dangerous tumour. SlideFortunately, the biopsy showed the tumour was benign.