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June 21, 2019

Hemangiomas themselves are defined as benign vascular tumors, so by definition they themselves are not cancerous. However, other vascular malformations can grow and they can grow to be very, very harmful. Most of them would remain in the realm of what we call benign, meaning they stay within their capsule or in their area. However, they can be destructive and benign, meaning that even though they’re not true cancers, as a malignant cancer, they can actually grow into other areas and disrupt either the bony architecture (the muscular architecture), breathing, or even the overall blood flow in your body.

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