WHAT ARE THE DIF­FER­ENT TYPES

C.A.R.E. - - Cancer -

Can­cer is al­ways named based on the place­where it started. So, colon can­cer that has spread to the liver is called *metastatic colon can­cer, not liver can­cer. In this case, can­cer cells taken from the liver would be the same as those in the colon. They would be treated in the same ways too. The same is true for breast can­cer that has spread to the bones, for ex­am­ple. It is al­ways called breast can­cer.

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