Cancer Node Organization

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The cancer node of the disease ontology is an important node due to its complexity and usefulness to the research community. The goal of this page is to give an idea of the organization of this node in the DO. The cancer node will be organized based on tissue of origin (e.g., sarcoma, carcinoma).

1st Revision

disease
 disease of biological process
   neoplasm disease
     cancer (malignant neoplasm disease)
       tumor forming disease
         sarcoma mesodermal cancer
         carcinoma (epithelial cancer)
           ductal carcinoma
             ductal carcinoma of breast
           adenocarcinoma (glandular epithelial cancer)
             adenocarcinoma of breast
       non-tumor forming (hematologic malignancy) disease
         lymphoma (leukemia)
         germ cell tumor
         blastic tumor (blastoma)

2nd Revision

disease 
 disease of biological process
  neoplasm disease
    cancer (malignant neoplasm disease)
      tumor forming disease
        sarcoma mesodermal cancer
        carcinoma (epithelial cancer)
          ductal carcinoma
            ductal carcinoma of breast
          adenocarcinoma (glandular epithelial cancer)
            adenocarcinoma of breast
        germ cell cancer
      non-tumor forming disease
        hematologic neoplasm
          lymphoma (leukemia)
          blastic neoplasm (blastoma)


3rd Revision

disease 
 disease of biological process
  neoplasm disease
    cancer (malignant neoplasm disease)
      sarcoma mesodermal cancer
      carcinoma (epithelial cancer)
        ductal carcinoma
          ductal carcinoma of breast
        adenocarcinoma (glandular epithelial cancer)
          adenocarcinoma of breast
      germ cell cancer
      lymphoma 
      blastic neoplasm (blastoma)
      leukemia
      myeloma

4th Revision

disease 
 disease of biological process
  neoplastic disease
    cancer (malignant neoplastic disease)
      sarcoma (mesodermal cancer)
      carcinoma (epithelial cancer)
          adenocarcinoma (glandular epithelial cancer)
            adenocarcinoma of breast
      germ cell cancer (embryonic cancer)
      blastoma
      hematologic (hematopoietic) cancer
        lymphoma
        leukemia
        myeloma
      meningioma (nerve tissue cancer)
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