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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.
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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