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What are primary and metastatic tumors?
Primary and metastatic tumors are two locational terms used to describe cancer and its' spread. Your primary tumor (lung, liver, colon, etc.) is the original tumor. Metastatic tumors travel from the primary tumor to other organs (brain, skin, prostate). For example, if you are diagnosed with breast cancer and found to have another tumor in your lungs, the lung tumor would be metastatic (traveling) while the breast cancer would be the primary tumor.
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- QWhat does benign mean?
- QWhat is metastasis, and how does it happen?
- QWhat is primary cancer?
- QWhat are different types of cancer?
- QWhat is a benign tumor?
- QWhat are the most common types of cancer?
- QWhen should benign tumors be removed?
- QWhat is a cancer caregiver?
- QHow many women die of cancer every year in the United States?
- QWhat are benign and malignant tumors?
- QWhat is interventional oncology?
- QWhat is a histologic grade?
- QWhat should I know about my cancer?
- QWhat is the survival rate for cancer?
- QWhat is a tumor?
- QWho can get cancer?
- QHow can we find the cure for cancer?
- QHow can we win the war on cancer?
- QCan my mind help me fight cancer?
- QHow should I prepare for my doctor appointments if I have cancer?
- QWhat do I do if I have cancer and want to talk to my doctor between visits?