Immunotherapy And Colon Cancer

Blood tests
Computed tomography (CT or CAT) scan
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) Colon cancer: malignancy that begins in the large intestine located near the rear end of the digestive system.
Colon cancer Causes: when tumorous growths (polyp) develop in the large intestine; these growths can be benign or precancerous.
I would suggest (Dr. Sajjan RajPurohit) regular screening of colon cancer at 50years of age. Since, its third most deadly cancer worldwide.
Early Signs and symptoms of colon cancer include:
A persistent change in bowel habits (diarrhea or constipation or a change in the consistency of your stool)
Rectal bleeding or blood in the stool.
Persistent abdominal discomfort (cramps, gas or pain)
Bloating and fullness: feeling that bowel doesn’t empty completely

Diagnostic, predictive, and prognostic evaluation of Colon Cancer:
Biopsy (histopathology and immunohistochemistry)
Molecular testing of the tumor

Note: In the procedure of routine colonoscopy, the presence of one or more polyps are observed, they are removed at the same procedure.
Let’s all understand about different phases of development of colon cancer that is widely referred to as stages in cancer:
In colon cancer, the stages develop as follows:
Stage 0: carcinoma in situ or cancer is in a very early stage (usually be easy to treat)
Stage 1: evident cancer grown into the next layer of tissue within colon
Stage 2: cells of cancer have approached the outer layers of the colon (still not beyond the colon)
Stage 3: notorious ells of cancer now have reached one to three lymph nodes Still, not spread to distant sites.
Stage 4: notorious cancels like demons have progressed to distant parts of the body
Treatment options available will depend on the stage of colon cancer. Your medical oncologist will take the age, overall health status, and other characteristics of the individual into consideration the best treatment option.
The aim of treatment in the world of oncology

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