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It means that it Is not yet cancerous, but it is at a higher risk for developing into cancer.
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The initial symptoms (the clinical presentations) of liver cancer are variable. It is becoming much more common for patients to be identified by...
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There are different types of treatment for patients with salivary gland cancer. Different types of treatment are available for patients with...
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No one knows the exact causes of cancer of the larynx. Doctors cannot explain why one person gets this disease and another does not. We do know that...
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The liver continuously filters blood that circulates through the body, converting nutrients and drugs absorbed from the digestive tract into ready-to...
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Clear margins are areas of normal tissue that surround cancerous tissue, as seen during a microscopic examination. If margins are clear, the surgeon...
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The stages of esophageal cancer are given a number (I through IV); the higher the number, the more advanced the cancer. The stages are:Stage 0. The...
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Under normal conditions, the cells in your body divide and grow in an orderly, controlled way. Cell division and growth are necessary for the human...
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Under normal conditions, the cells in your body divide and grow in an orderly, controlled way. Cell division and growth are necessary for the human...
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The natural history of liver cancer depends on the stage of the tumor and the severity of associated liver disease (for example, cirrhosis) at the...
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There is really no way of knowing. The stage of a cancer cannot be determine by feeling it.I am so sorry to hear about your father.
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Remission is a state in which the cancer has partially or completely disappeared.
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