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 What are the various stages of cancer What are the basis for such categorization of these stages?

Answer The various stages are usually 0-4. It can go up to 4b and many variables in between such as 1,1a, 1b, etc.In general most cancers are staged according to TNM, Tumor, Nodes and Mets. Each part is s... Read More »
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Why cancer has its different stages?

What are you talking about?“Premedical history” is irrelevant to anything.“Post medical treatment”? Is what essential? Living? –No, but it would be nice.Cancer is staged so the doctors kn... Read More »
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Can someone explain the various stages of cancer to me?

You know i cant and you probably have this link, http://www.cancer.org/docroot/home/index…I only want to say: talk as much as you can to the Doctor, it takes away a lot of worries.I hope you are ... Read More »
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When was cancer first split up into four stages?

Classification for for cancer was introduced by the International Union Against Cancer (UICC) in 1958 for worldwide use, and is used the basic premise of the TNM system. (T)-regional lymph nodes (... Read More »
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How many stages are there in colon cancer?

There are four stages of colon cancer. Stage I refers to the period when a tumor is still in the inner layer of the colon. In stage II, the tumor has grown deeper into the colon wall and begun to s... Read More »
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