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Subcutaneous hemangioma is a net work of blood capillaries.
It is a benign condition.
It is not a cancerous condition.
It may spontaneously disappear or it may need cuterisation.
hope this reply is OK for you.
please feel free to ask further queries if any.
is it true pop can cause cancer?
No this is not true.
You should only drink pop in moderation however because the acid can cause damage to your esophagus.
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Can monster energy drinks cause cancer
Thanks for the query. Currently, there is no real-scientific evidence that energy drinks are linked to cancer. In susceptible individuals to caffeine, they may raise blood pressure and pulse, but long-term risks are not well defined.
Hope this helps, wish you the best,
Dr Brenes-Salazar MD
Mayo Clinic MN