Cancer is the rapid and uncontrolled growth of cells in the body. Cancer cells invade and migrate to distant sites in the body resulting in severe health consequences. Over 9 Million people across the world die each year from cancer. The leading types of cancers occur in the lungs, prostate, liver, digestive, pancreas, colorectal and stomach areas. For women, the most common cancers occur in the breast cancer, lung cancer, stomach and uterine cervix. 40% of all cancer deaths can be prevented with early accurate detection & treatments. Traditional treatment options for cancer vary and can include chemotherapy, tissue excision and guided radiofrequency ablation. Stem cell transplants are used to treat patients with lymphoma or if relapsed after treatment. Alternative treatments include NK Cells, HIFU and cancer immunotherapy with uses the patients own immune system to attack cancer stem cells boosting the immune system.