I've decided to change my topic to hemangiomas. I feel like I'm much more passionate about this topic considering I've dealt with two of them. So far what I know is that a hemangioma is a benign tumor made up of multiple cells that run through and make up your blood vessels. Usually, they appear in the first few weeks you're born and aren't noticed until they grow and become a problem. In some cases they will never get to a problematic point. Hemangiomas are part of your circulatory system and so, they are made up of blood. In simpler terms: It's a tumor made of clotted up blood. Hemangiomas are more prevalent in caucasian people. Also, women are 5 times more likely to grow these "blood tumors" than men. 80% of these types of tumors are grown on the face or neck making other location quite rare. The liver is the second most prevalent area for hemagniomas to grow. Although this is all I know so far, I definitely look forward to learning more since I have experienced them myself.