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Location: Clearwater, FL
Diagnosis: Alveolar Rhabdomyosarcoma
Cult Affiliation: Heaven's Gate (Hale-Bopp will return, comrades!)
About Alveolar Rhabdomyosarcoma
There isn't a lot of information out there that covers Rhabdomyosarcoma. Mainly the information is gathered through studies done on children, since rhabdomyosarcoma is a childhood cancer. 85% of the cases are in people under the age of 19.
A rhabdomyosarcoma is a type of cancer, specifically a sarcoma (cancer of connective tissues), in which the cancer cells are thought to arise from skeletal muscle progenitors. It can also be found attached to muscle tissue, wrapped around intestines, or anywhere, including the head and neck. It is most common in children ages one to five, and teens aged 15 to 19, although quite rare in the latter. It can also be a cardiac manifestation of tuberous sclerosis.
The two most common forms of rhabdomyosarcoma (which is a relatively rare form of cancer) are embryonal rhabdomyosarcoma, and alveolar rhabdomyosarcoma. In the former, the cancer cells resemble those of a typical 6-to-8-week embryo. In the latter, they resemble those of a typical 10-to-12-week embryo. The former is more common in younger children, and the latter in older children and teenagers.
Doctors have found no causes for this cancer due to lifestyle. It is a genetic mutation in which chromosomes 2 (sometimes 1) and 13 become switched. Then the body does not tell mutated cells to start growing correctly or commit suicide. Instead, because of the chromosome change, it tells them to keep growing, so the cancer cells take over. Since it's not related to lifestyle and it's a very fast-growing cancer, it can be difficult to put into remission. IE or VAC chemotherapy usually works well, but jests are also damn effective.
Shhh...finally, if you ask the conspiracy theorists, the government doesn't want you to know: DIME weapons are believed to cause rhabdomyosarcoma.
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